Sibusiso Macdonald Kula

National Assembly

Sibusiso Macdonald Kula

About Sibusiso Macdonald Kula

2020 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 1 meeting out of 1

2019 committee attendance as mp

62% attendance rate

Attended 16 meetings out of 26

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Committee appearances

  • Stakeholder Engagement: Mincosa, SAMDA, SAOGA, NIASA, SAREC, EIUG, CSIR & SAPIA 21 Aug 2019

    Mr S Kula (ANC) asked why they continued to rely on multinationals. This was an approach they had been using for a long which had not been working. He was not saying that multinationals should not be playing a role in the economy of South Africa, but rather that they ...
  • Stakeholder Engagement with Trade Unions: NUM, AMCU, UASA, Solidarity; NUMSA & CEPPWAU 20 Aug 2019

    Mr S Kula (ANC) commended the presentation. There should be an interim plan to resolve the challenges in the energy sector because the enactment and designation of a national integrated Oil and Gas Company is a long term solution. The reported market share by government-owned companies is totally unacceptable. How ...
  • Mineral Resources and Energy Budget: Committee Report 5 Jul 2019

    Mr S Kula (ANC) remarked that the statement highlighted by Mr Mileham should not change. The views of an individual should not supersede research. He insisted that South Africa does have a positive policy environment, but accepted that there are challenges in the mining sector. That does not mean the ...
  • Department of Mineral Resources 2018/2019 APP and Budget 2 Jul 2019

    Mr S Kula (ANC) wanted to know what could be done about the decline in the electrification programme, which was affecting the rural areas. He would have appreciated a deeper analysis on the PetroSA matter, as more information would have assisted Members to get a better understanding of the situation.

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Plenary appearances

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