Mr Wayne Maxim Thring

National Assembly

Wayne Maxim Thring

About Wayne Maxim Thring

Mr Thring joined the ACDP in 1995 after being invited to an ACDP meeting at the Mariannridge Community Hall. He was then elected to the position of Deputy Chairman in KZN and subsequently to the position of Chairman in 1997, a position he held for over 10 years. He was later elected to the position on Provincial Leader and is currently the ACDP’s Deputy President. Mr Thring represented the ACDP in the eThekwini Metro as Councillor between 2000 and 2013. There, he held the position of ACDP Whip and Caucus Leader, and was a member of the Economic and Development Committee. He was one of the longest serving Councillors on that committee (over 11 years). In June 2013, Mr Thring became a Member of the National Assembly. He holds the position of ACDP Parliamentary Leader and his Portfolio Committees include Economic Development and Trade and Industry.

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Committee appearances

  • Committee Report on Jersey Barrier Oversight visit 21 Oct 2020

    Mr W Thring (ACDP) made a few comments regarding grammatical errors in Report, before moving on to his recommendations. He was concerned as there had been flouting of Public Service and Administration (PSA) mandates. He understood that there had been challenges with site verifications and agreements, and he was therefore ...
  • Implementation of Competition Act; Competition Commission and Tribunal on COVID-19 investigations and cases 20 Oct 2020

    Mr W Thring (ACDP) appreciated the work done by the Department, the CC and the CT. Some of the presentations did not tally with the presentations that had been sent to Members prior to the meeting. He requested that Members be sent copies of the missing slides or complete presentations.
  • Land Port of Entry borderline & related matters: DPWI and National Treasury briefing 14 Oct 2020

    Mr W Thring (ACDP) agreed with the presenter’s statement that the state has failed to protect its borders, which has led to several socio-economic challenges in the country. The
  • Trade negotiations and existing trade agreements and trade relations 13 Oct 2020

    Mr W Thring (ACDP) agreed that the trade policy had to support industrial development and there could never be a truer statement because if trade policies did not support industry, the industrial policies would fail. That was what was happening. SA’s failed policies had resulted in shrinking industrial development ...
  • Beitbridge oversight report 7 Oct 2020

    Mr W Thring (ACDP) asked for confirmation of the exact date of the Minister’s meeting with the Department of Defence and Agri SA. When visiting the border site, the fence was 1.8 instead of 2.2 metres. The fence was suited more for domestic dwelling and it was ...

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Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs 19 Jun 2020

    At what alert level will the employees of religious organisations be able to resume their weekday administrative duties, as well as financial and compliance functions from the office, including but not limited to the payment of salaries, essential information technology support, the co-ordination of feeding schemes and essential building maintenance ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs 25 May 2020

    At what alert level will the employees of religious organisations be able to resume their weekday administrative financial and compliance functions from the office, such as the payment of salaries, essential information technology support, coordination of feedings schemes and essential building maintenance, subject to observance of standard hygiene and health ...

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Plenary appearances

  • GOVERNANCE - CLUSTER 3 27 May 2020

    Thank you hon Speaker. Hon Minister, the importance of modelling and data system used for COVID-19 cannot be overemphasised. The ACDP welcomes the recent announcement by President Ramaphosa hopefully based on accurate modelling to remove some of the restrictions imposed on the church, a call made by the ACDP president ...

  • CONSIDERATION OF 2020 FISCAL FRAMEWORK AND REVENUE PROPOSALS AND REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE THEREON 11 Mar 2020

    Thank you, hon House Chair and the big thank you also to the IFP for allowing me to swap with their place due to a section 25 meeting that I have to get to. Hon House Chairperson, the ACDP understands that the fiscal framework and revenue proposals for 2020 gives ...

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