• Sibongile Judith Nkomo
  • Secretary General, Member: National Assembly (Parliament)
  •   (021) 403 2911
  •   [email protected]

Committee(s): Home Affairs, Women’s Caucus, Appropriations, Health and Economic Development.

Place of birth: Johannesburg
Constituency: Vryheid
Member of Parliament since: 1999

Political Background:

I currently serve as IFP Secretary General and Member in Parliament. I have served previously in several party positions at branch, provincial and national levels.

Constituency:

My constituency is situate at Vryheid, KwaZulu Natal, where public service delivery challenges still remain a serious issue. Water infrastructure is not being maintained, refuse collection and street sanitation is poor and access to electricity for all is challenging.

What does it mean to you to be a public representative?

It means being of service to the people, listening, empathising and taking action on issues affecting them. It means being a part of the solution to the many ills and challenges that currently face our country.

How can Parliament be more effective?

Hold all public representatives accountable
Name and shame in-effective public representatives.

What is your message to the voters?

Trust us (the IFP)

Favourite Quote:

‘This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.’


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