Mr Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo

National Assembly

Formerly: North West Provincial Legislature

Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo

About Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo

Mr Mahumapelo was born in 1968 in Manamolelo outside Delareyville, North West. He holds a Certificate in Public Finance and Economics from the University of South Africa and a Master's degree in Political Economy from the University of Port Elizabeth. Mr Mahumapelo served as the ANC Provincial Secretary in the North West from 2011 until August 2018. He has also held the positions of Speaker of the Provincial Legislature and Premier of North West.

2020 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 18 meetings out of 18

2019 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 20 meetings out of 20

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Committee appearances

  • Department of Tourism 2019/20 Quarter 3 & 4 performance 28 Jul 2020

    The Chairperson said there was a matter raised about projects which cannot be started or completed, or it started late as a result of service providers. He suggested going forward, the Department must have some fallbacks as far as service providers are concerned. It must be clear from a policy ...
  • Tourism Budget: Committee Report 16 Jul 2020

    The Chairperson said the meeting would cover two items – consideration of the Report on the revised budget of the Department of Tourism (DOT), and the minutes. The Report had been circulated to all Members, so the Content Advisor was not expected to go into depth with it, and should rather ...
  • South African Tourism 2020/21 Special Adjustments Budget 14 Jul 2020

    The Chairperson thanked the Department of Tourism and SA Tourism for adjusting their plans and budget. However this does not mean that parts of the budget that have been suspended or put aside are no longer important for the activity of enhancing growth and sustaining tourism in South Africa. He ...
  • Department of Tourism on Adjusted Budget & Revised Annual Performance Plan 9 Jul 2020

    The Chairperson welcomed the Department of Tourism, the Minister of Tourism, Ms Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, and the Deputy Minister, Mr Amos Fish Mahlalela.
  • State of tourism in Rural Areas 24 Jun 2020

    The Chairperson said that both the provincial legislatures and Parliament, at the national level, represented the same sector, which was the legislative sector. The Portfolio Committee of Tourism in Parliament, during its deliberations since 2019, had realised that there had not been consistent interactions between Members of the Committee, at ...

All Committee Appearances

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Plenary appearances

  • KWAZULU-NATAL PROVINCE 14 Nov 2019

    Ke a go leboga Modulasetilo wa Baduladitulo mme ke dumedisa le batlotlegi ba NA.

    English:

    In unison, the collective of the Portfolio Committee on Tourism agreed that the long-term strategic objective remains the same, and that long-term strategic objective it is the attainment of a South Africa that one day ...

  • APPROPRIATION BILL 10 Jul 2019

    The hon House Chairperson, the Minister, Comrade Mamoloko Ngubane, Comrade Deputy Minister, Fish

    Mahlalela, the collective members of the Committee on Tourism, we are also taking this responsible to acknowledge amongst ourselves, the Chairperson of South African Tourism, Ms Yako, ladies and gentlemen and South Africans who are paying attention ...

All Plenary Appearances