Dr Sophie Suzan Thembekwayo

National Assembly

Sophie Suzan Thembekwayo

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2017 [Source]

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Hauzen Guest House (Pty)Ltd Accommodation

Committee appearances

  • Digital Vibes contract Investigation; with Minister 4 Jun 2021

    Dr S Thembekwayo (EFF) said that the agenda of the meeting was as stipulated. The Committee did not have to waste time – Members had spent twenty minutes arguing, which had delayed the briefing. The purpose of the meeting was clear from the agenda. She agreed with Ms Chirwa that ...
  • National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill: public hearings day 6 2 Jun 2021

    Dr S Thembekwayo (EFF) was worried about the composition of the management of the Faculty; it was not gender nor racially balanced. The presenter proposed amendments under section 2(a) and (b), why did she not provide an explicit amendment to the definition under ‘healthcare?’ The same applied to chapter five ...
  • National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill: public hearings day 5 1 Jun 2021

    Dr S Thembekwayo (EFF) noted the presentation said that the Minister had too many powers. She would like to know who was supposed to be included/share the powers that were assigned to the Minister. Based on the recommendation that the proposed payment mechanisms should be adequately piloted before included in ...
  • Status of School Preparedness for a possible Third Wave: DBE briefing 1 Jun 2021

    The Chairperson confirmed that apologies had been received from Minister Angie Motshekga, Dr S Thembekwayo (EFF), Ms M Sukers (ACDP), Mr T Malatji (ANC) and Mr S Ngcobo (IFP)
  • National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill: public hearings day 4 26 May 2021

    Dr S Thembekwayo (EFF) asked why as a national organisation they were only based in eight of the nine provinces. Which province were they not present in? How could that province’s issues be captured within the NHCPA?

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Plenary appearances

  • CLUSTER 2: SOCIAL SERVICES (Subject for Discussion) 20 Nov 2019

    Thank you very much, can you give me a chance. Minister you have indicated earlier in your speech that the GEC plan forms part of the initiative to deal decisively with quality and efficiency through implementation and standardised assessment. You have also now reiterated now about the qualifications based on ...

  • CLUSTER 2: SOCIAL SERVICES (Subject for Discussion) 20 Nov 2019

    Hon Minister, the parents and communities advocates for their own children's needs, vis--vis curriculum related matters, inclusive of Comprehensive Sexuality Education. My question is, is there any scientifically evidence to prove that validates the information of the gathered data of the involvement of the vulnerable black communities in decision-making regarding ...

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