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Mohai, Seiso Joel (NCOP)
Political Party:
Position: Chief Whip of the National Council of Provinces
Cape Town
Tel: 021 403 8670 / 2429
Fax: 021 403 3131 / 2221
Email: nblouus@parliament.gov.za / rmolloy-titus@parliament.gov.za
Tel: 051-7830569/ 082 588
Street Address: 784 Stand Street
  Old Clinic Building
Parliamentary Career
Current: Mr Mohai serves as the National Council of Provinces Whip for the Majority Party, the African National Congress (ANC)since 2017
Political Career:
Current: In the Youth Movement He has strong roots in the youth movement dating back to his years in COSAS and SAYCO from the 80s He was elected the regional chairperson of the ANCYL in the Southern Free State from 1991 until 1994 He was elected into the provincial executive of the ANCYL in 1994 And served as provincial education officer until 1996 In 1996, he was elected Provincial Chairperson of the ANCYL until 1998 In 1998, he was elected into the ANCYL NEC and served in the NWC as the National Secretary for Governance and Legislative Affairs until 2001
  Current Chairperson of the ANC Caucus in the National Parliament In 2000 he was appointed by the National Executive Committee of the ANC to serve in the Provincial Interim Leadership Core (ILC) of the ANC following the dissolution of the PEC, part of this included him being the convenor of Motheo Region. Has been an ex-officio member of the ANC PEC since 2002 by virtue of being ANC Chief Whip in the Provincial Legislature AND MEC from 2004 until 2014
Education: Mr Mohai matriculated at Kgauho Secondary School, Botshabelo He holds A Msc Degree In Technology and Management from Davincy Institute of Technology, which he obtained in 2014. The mini dissertation submitted for this course is Transportation and Economic Growth in the Emerging Economies: A regional Perspective. He also hold a Post Graduate Diploma in Management of Technology and innovation from Da Vincy Institute of Technology.

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