Washington Tseko Isaac Mafanya

National Assembly

Washington Tseko Isaac Mafanya

About Washington Tseko Isaac Mafanya



Committee appearances

  • IPID & CSPS 2019/20 Quarter 1, 2 & 3 performance 26 Feb 2020

    Mr W Mafanya (EFF) had a concern on the about the over 11000 backlog of cases. He also raised a concern over screening. Were those police officers still on duty? What was their duty? What was the output of work that they did while still on duty? If police officers ...
  • SAPS Quarter 1, 2 & 3 performance; Committee Report on Safe Festive Season 19 Feb 2020

    Mr T Mafanya (EFF) congratulated the Minister for a job well done during the festive season. This was not the first festive season programme, but it showed that something different had been done this time around. As a result, feedback from the ground was that police had been on point ...
  • Challenges in performing their duties: SAPS, Western Cape Community Policing Forum & Neighbour Watches briefing 20 Nov 2019

    Mr T Mafanya (EFF) said that the reality was that when you were branded as the second highest crime province, it told you so much about yourself. Taking into consideration the things that the Committee was being told, such as there being no proper relationship with SAPS etc., it told ...
  • DNA Board 2018/19 Annual Report 13 Nov 2019

    Mr T Mafanya (EFF), in listening to the insightful, informative, technical and complex presentation, found that it was like listening to a horror movie. Considering report by DPCI and SAPS, the same challenges needed to be addressed. The new administration was repeating what was already on the table of the ...
  • DPCI Judge 2018/19 Annual Report: consideration 6 Nov 2019

    Mr W Mafanya (EFF) sympathised with the Judge’s frustrations, and said that the complaints sounded like a cry for help. It seemed as if the Office was not able to fulfil its duties due to interference by political principals. Previous Portfolio Committees had heard the same complaints but had ...

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  • Questions asked to the Minister of Police 9 Oct 2019

    (1) What is the status of the investigation into the killing of the nationa! football team captain, Mr Senzo Meyiwa; (2) Whether there are any prospects of making arrests for his murder in the near future; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, on what date ...

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Plenary appearances


    Hon House Chair, Minister, most cases of rape do not get reported to police because victims of rape often get taken to through processes and questioning that demean them further at police stations, and quite often rapist are released from jail due to insufficient investigations by police. The failure of ...

  • NOTICES OF MOTION 24 Oct 2019

    House Chairperson, I hereby give notice that, on the next sitting day of the House, I shall move on behalf of the EFF that the House debates the role South Africa must play in the African Union in order to fastrack the flagship programme that has been identified and adopted ...

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