Formerly: Gauteng Provincial Legislature
Mr Thomas Walters graduated from the University of Stellenbosch where he majored in Political Science. He was student leader of the Democratic Party (DP), and has served as DA Federal Youth Chair and DA Councillor in Johannesburg.
Mr Walters previously served as a Member of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature and the DA Gauteng Agriculture and Rural Development Spokesperson. He was elected as Deputy Chairperson of the DA Federal Council in 2012, and again in 2015.
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|Sectional Title House||Residential||Centurion|
|Study Tour to the USA - November 2016||Democratic Alliance|
|As per pension fund|
|Sectional Title House||850sq.m||Centurion - Johannesburg|
|Parliamentary Pension Fund||Public|
|Sectional title home||+-250sq.m.||Centurion|
|Overseas seminar in Gummersbach, Germany||Friedrich Naumann Foundation|
|Naumann Foundation||Seminar||+-R30 000.00|
|Sectional title house||+-150sq.m.||Wierda Park|
|Seminar on strategic planning in Germany||Friedrich Naumann Foundation|
|Free standing unit||+-250sq.m.||Centurion|
Questions asked to the Minister of Police 9 Oct 2019
On a point of order.
I am addressing you on the National Assembly Rule 64, which talks to the conduct of members and also on Rule 82 and 85. Rule 82 refers to the respectful manner in which members should conduct themselves and Rule 85, which is on verbal abuse.
The speaker which just spoke ...