Formerly: National Council of Provinces
What is your political background? How did you become involved in politics and in particular, what drew you to your specific party? I joined the African National Congress (ANC) through the United Democratic Front (UDF) in 1983. At the time I was involved in the National Education Coordinating Committee (NECC) where I worked with Ihron Rensburg, because I was also a qualified teacher. My first arrest came in 1985 as a result of the political activities of the UDF at the time. More...
93% attendance rate
Attended 13 meetings out of 14
95% attendance rate
Attended 60 meetings out of 63
82% attendance rate
Attended 53 meetings out of 65
74% attendance rate
Attended 37 meetings out of 50
75% attendance rate
Attended 43 meetings out of 57
67% attendance rate
Attended 16 meetings out of 24
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Izinduna budget: COGTA briefing 12 Feb 2019
ANC. 28 Mar 2019
Again, it is the ANC that is providing learners from a very early stage ... providing meals to the underprivileged, subsidising households that are not able to afford to
pay for electricity and water. That is given by the ANC for free to South Africans who are poor. [Applause.]
ANC. 28 Mar 2019
Hon Chair and hon members of this House, since 1994 the democratic government faced a series of challenges, including spatial, economic and social transformation, economic growth and economic inclusion in order to move South Africa forward.
At the core are interventions aimed at addressing poverty and inequality, as well as ...