Mr Phillip Langa Bodlani

Formerly: Limpopo Provincial Legislature

Phillip Langa Bodlani

About Phillip Langa Bodlani

Mr Phillip Langa Bodlani was the Democratic Alliance Whip and the immediate past Provincial Chairperson. He also sat on the committees on Economic Development & Environment, Health, Public Administration, Public Works & Roads and Treasury.

Mr Bodlani holds BA(Law)and LLB degrees. Before becoming a Member of the Provincial Legislature, Mr Bodlani was the provincial spokesperson and researcher for the DA in Limpopo. During the 2014 General Elections, he was elected as Limpopo's premier candidate for the DA. Mr Bodlani also served as the DA's researcher in the National Assembly. Before that he was a researcher at the Free Market Foundation. He is an ardent reader, a liberal and a committed defender of the Constitution and the Rule of Law.

Mr Bodlani resigned in January 2019.

Politician Activity

What they said in committee meetings:

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Committee meetings are planned events where real-world impactful work happens such as law-making, oversight and public participation - which are all cornerstones of the work our MPs do. Although often citizens focus on the public debate taking place in main chambers, the majority of MPs' time is spent working within committees. Here is a place to see what your committee is saying.

Ms Bodlani (ANC) said that the elephant in the room is the auction sale of the spectrum. Without compromising the ...

Questions asked to ministers:

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Plenary appearances:

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Plenary sessions are forums that have been created for the purpose of public debate and decision-making. This mechanism is used to convey the messages of our MPs within main chambers on important decisions, like how they vote.

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