National Council of Provinces
Formerly: National Assembly
Mr Brauteseth studied law and management studies at the Universities of Johannesburg and Witwatersrand. He currently holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management, specialising in Governance and Leadership from the University of Witwatersrand School of Governance.
Before entering politics, Mr Brauteseth was active as a forensic financial investigator between 1994 and 2014.
71% attendance rate
Attended 30 meetings out of 42
94% attendance rate
Attended 66 meetings out of 70
69% attendance rate
Attended 27 meetings out of 39
100% attendance rate
Attended 40 meetings out of 40
89% attendance rate
Attended 32 meetings out of 36
80% attendance rate
Attended 16 meetings out of 20
78% attendance rate
Attended 14 meetings out of 18
83% attendance rate
Attended 10 meetings out of 12
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|R600.00||Power Bank||Auditor General|
|R1 500.00||Travel bag||NCOP|
|R300.00||Wooden tray||Department of Labour|
|Description of Property||Location – Area||Extent of the Property|
|Chiltern Hills||2 000m²|
|Directorship/Partnership||Type of Business|
|Multiple Close Corporations - Deregistered||None Active|
|9A Strelitzia Place, Chiltern Hills||/-2000m2||Chiltern Hills|
|Family Trip to Europe||Paid by Member|
|Parliamentary Rugby||Sanlam/Supersport/SA Rugby|
Planned joint oversight visit to Western Cape 11 Aug 2021
Chairperson, I move without notice:
That the Council -
1) notes with great concern the worsening water crisis throughout the entire Ugu District Municipality, which has plagued over 200 000
residents across four municipalities, the majority of which are poor, elderly and vulnerable;
2) further notes that economic activities in ...
Hon Deputy Chairperson, hon Minister, Ministers, hon MEC, hon members and fellow South Africans, development can be defined as improving the welfare of a society through appropriate social, political and economic conditions. The expected outcomes are quantitative and qualitative improvements in human capital such as income and education, as well ...