Mr Royith Baloo Bhoola

Formerly: National Assembly

Royith Baloo Bhoola

About Royith Baloo Bhoola

Royith Baloo Bhoola's plenary attendance record for Feb-Apr 2013 and 2012.

Mr Bhoola was born in Pietermartizburg, Kwazulu-Natal. He joined the Minority Front in 1999 and served as a councilor in the Umdoni Municipality before becoming a Member of the National Parliament in 2004. He has served on the Human Settlements and Social Development Portfolio Committees and am an alternate Member on the Basic Education Portfolio Committee. I particularly represent the Indian community under the banner of the Minority Front, and they are largely to be found in KZN. But, the Minority Front has also made inroads in African communities

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Ms S Mokgalapa (DA) proposed that the Committee adopt the minutes. Mr R Bhoola (MF) seconded the adoption.

Mr R Bhoola (MF) said that the elderly had toiled and worked for this country and needed to be treated ...

Mr R Bhoola (MF) said there must be a dedicated workforce to deliver on the ultimate plan and as indicated ...

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Whether the inequalities in society and the rising cost of living are taken into consideration with the restructuring of unskilled ...

(1) What steps did he take to mediate between Cycling South Africa (CSA) and the Cape Town City Council to ...

What measures has her department put in place to accommodate the growing population of disabled persons with regard to extending ...

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1 200sq.m.


Description Extent Location


1 200sq.m.


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Sub 2 Lot 96

1 200sq.m.


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Sub 2, Lot 96


Umzinto, Natal