Omphile Mankoba Confidence Maotwe

National Assembly

Formerly: Gauteng Provincial Legislature

Omphile Mankoba Confidence Maotwe

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Committee appearances

  • SAA outstanding matters: update 19 Feb 2020

    Ms O Maotwe (EFF) said that Members had come excited and the nation wanted to know how the funds were being managed. However, when the Minister still has to consult lawyers about releasing the financial statements, then it was a different animal. If he was a personal shareholder in a ...
  • Alexkor 2018/19 Annual Report 27 Nov 2019

    Ms O Maotwe (EFF) asked how many executives resigned and what was the impact on the business. What are the plans about replacing them? The strategy was not well detailed and she requested information on where they need to be and where they currently are and how they are going ...
  • Department & State-Owned Companies Medium term financial & operational performance; State-Owned Companies ecent developments: update 13 Nov 2019

    Ms O Maotwe (EFF) was not happy with the reasons for deviation provided in the presentation – they were too vague. Clarity on SAA is required as this is a burning issue in the country. How were the DEP and SOEs promoting the fraud lines among SOE employees? This cannot only ...

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Plenary appearances

  • UNGQONGQOSHE KAHULUMENI WOKUBAMBISANA NEZINDABA 27 Nov 2019

    Thank you very much House Chair, through you to the Minister in the Presidency, part of your mandate is monitoring, planning and evaluation. I think I am right. We have Acts that are nicely written but are never implemented. We have the Public Finance Management Act, the Municipal Finance Management ...

  • SIXTEEN DAYS OF ACTIVISM FOR NO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN (Draft Resolution) 26 Nov 2019

    House Chair, I move without notice:

    That the House-

    1) notes that Monday, 25 November, marked the beginning of the international 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children;

    2) also notes that the 2019 campaign is particularly poignant for South Africa, as our society has been ...

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