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Masutha, Tshililo Michael (NA)
 
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Position: Minister of Justice and Correctional Service
 
CONTACT DETAILS
Cape Town
Tel: 021 467 1700
Fax: 021 467 1730
Email: mmasutha@parliament.gov.za
Postal Address: Private Bag X256
CAPE TOWN
8000
Street Address: 120 Plein Street
5th Floor, Room 510
CAPE TOWN
 
Pretoria  
Postal Address: Private Bag X276
  PRETORIA
Street Address: Salu Building
  316 cnr Thabo Sehume and Francis Baard Streets
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Constituency
Tel: 016 592 5355
Fax: 016 592 3255
Street Address: Unit 26/27 SBC Industrial Park
  Zone 10
  Sebokeng
 
Parliamentary Committee Membership
Committee on Auditor-General; Committee on Constitutional Review
Parliamentary Career
Current: Mr Masutha is the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services of the Republic of South Africa from 26 May 2014. He is a Member of Parliament for the African National Congress since 1999. He is a member of Disabled People of SA (DPSA). He serves as a Chairperson for the Committee on Auditor-General.
Past: Member of the Northern Transvaal Association for the Blind (affiliate of DPSA); Organiser of Disabled Students at University of the North; Organiser for Disabled Students at Wits University (1989-1990); Lawyer for Human Rights (1991-1996); ANC Welfare Desk Adviser (1993-1994)Chairperson:PC Social Development
Political Career:
Current: ANC Branch Member; Disabled People of SA Member
Past: Member of the Northern Transvaal Association for the Blind (affiliate of DPSA); Organiser of Disabled Students at University of the North; Organiser for Disabled Students at Wits University (1989-1990); Lawyer for Human Rights (1991-1996); ANC Welfare Desk Adviser (1993-1994)Chairperson:PC Social Development
Membership:
  Mr Masutha is a member of the Northern Transvaal Association for the Blind (affiliate of DPSA). He was an organiser of the Disabled Students at University of the North. Mr Masutha served on the following Parliamentary Committees: Justice and Constitutional Development; Social Development; Rules Committee; Constitutional Review; Sub-committee on Review of Rules; Rules Sub-committee on Delegated Legislation and Committee on Constitutional Review. He was born with a visual impairment, and went to the Siloe School for the Blind, matriculating in 1984. He uses Braille and large print for reading. Mr Masutha served as the Deputy Minister of Science and Technology of the Republic of South Africa from 09 July 2013 until 25 May 2014.
Education: BJuris (Univ. of the North, 1998); LLB (Wits, 1990); Admitted to practice as Advocate of the High Court of SA (1995)
Publications: Disability Rights; Developing Justice Series (1993)
Personal Interests: I would like to pursue my career beyond formal politics.
Other: I would like to see the empowerment of the poor and their decreasing vulnerability to poverty and racial exploitation, especially consumer exploitation.

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