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Majola, Fikile Zachariah (NA)
 
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Position: Chairperson: Energy
 
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Cape Town
Tel: 018 295 0196
Mobile: 082 455 1751
Email: fmajola@parliament.gov.za
 
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Tel: 018 295 3363 / 021 4
Fax: 018 295 0196
Street Address: 6481 Lekhele Street
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Parliamentary Committee Membership
Parliamentary Career
Current: Mr Majola is the current chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Energy (National Assembly Committees) since June 2014 Member at Portfolio Committee on Economic Development (National Assembly Committees) since June 2014 Member at National Assembly (Parliament) since 21st May 2014 Member at African National Congress (ANC)
Past: Mr Majola was born in 1964. He served the youth and UDF structures in the 1980s in the then Southern Transvaal region where he played a key role in re-establishment of the ANC and SACP structures. He joined NEHAWU as its organiser in the Vaal Branch in 1990. He was elected Regional Secretary of NEHAWU Western Transvaal in 1992. He served as NEHAWU's Assistant General Secretary in an acting capacity in 1994 and was eventually elected to that position in 1995. He became General Secretary in 1998 after being elected in the congress held in Durban. He was re-elected to this position in 2001, 2004 and again in 2007. Member-elect at National Assembly (Parliament) from 16th May 2014 until 21st May 2014 85th Candidate at African National Congress National Election List 2014 (Election List) from 22nd April 2014 until 7th May 2014
Political Career:
Past: Mr Majola was born in 1964. He served the youth and UDF structures in the 1980s in the then Southern Transvaal region where he played a key role in re-establishment of the ANC and SACP structures. He joined NEHAWU as its organiser in the Vaal Branch in 1990. He was elected Regional Secretary of NEHAWU Western Transvaal in 1992. He served as NEHAWU's Assistant General Secretary in an acting capacity in 1994 and was eventually elected to that position in 1995. He became General Secretary in 1998 after being elected in the congress held in Durban. He was re-elected to this position in 2001, 2004 and again in 2007. Member-elect at National Assembly (Parliament) from 16th May 2014 until 21st May 2014 85th Candidate at African National Congress National Election List 2014 (Election List) from 22nd April 2014 until 7th May 2014

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