Bachelor of Social Science, University of Natal, Durban, 1984
Honours in Social Science, University of Natal, Durban, 1990
Masters in Social Science, University of Natal, Durban, 1993
French III, Non-degree purposes, University of Natal, Durban, 1998
Diplome d"Etudes en Langue Francaise, DELF, Ier Degre (International Exam), 1999
Constitutional Litigation, towards Masters in Constitutional Law, University of Natal, Durban, 2000 - First Class pass
Career / Positions / Memberships / Other Activities
Member of KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature since 1994
Former Chairperson: Finance Portfolio Committee
Former Member: Economic Development and Tourism Portfolio Committee
Former Member: Public Accounts Standing Committee
Former Member: Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Portfolio Committee
Member of the African National Congress
ANC Provincial Co-ordinator: Legal and Monitoring
ANC Member for the IEC Provincial PLC
Provincial Treasury plays a significant role in guiding the Province in the implementation of financial reform and to ensure prudent financial management and budget disciplin.
The Provincial Treasury commits itself as a change agent to:
Ensure equitable resource allocation for the Province of KwaZulu-Natal
Analyse and monitor government (provincial and local, including public entities) revenue and expenditure
Instill prudent financial management and good governance
Undertake robust public policy research
Contribute to the realisation of government policy priorities by ensuring that government interventions in the economy are targeted, efficient, sustainable and empower our people
The ongoing revision and tightening of systems and processes in supply chain management to reduce the possibility of financial abuse and arrest spiraling irregular expenditure
The detection and elimination of non-compliance, fraud and corruption in government through our Internal Audit unit
To instill effective cashflow management to maintain the positive cash position of the Province
The following are some key interventions for the 2014/2015 Financial year
Public Finance - a business unit within the KZN Treasury - will continue to act as the Big Brother.
There will be "robust focus" on the province"s own revenue generation by
The Department of Health minimising the loss of motor vehicle licencing revenue to neighbouring provinces.
Department of Health will boost its revenue collection potential with regard to patient fee
The KZN Gaming and Betting Board and the KZN Liquor Authority are expected to increase their revenue collections through a number of initiatives
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0800 201 049
OFFICE HOURS: Mon-Fri (07:30-16:15)
Dealing with Queries related to
1. Supply Chain Management
2. Suppliers Late Payments (Email: Paymentqueries@kzntreasury.gov.za)
3. Investigation into Fraud and Corruption
All other queries : 033 897 4200
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