Marshall von Buchenroder

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MARSHALL ROBERTO VON BUCHENRODER

MARRIED

AFRIKAANS, ENGLISH

CHATTY SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

INSTITUTION PENTEC (CPUT)

NELSON MANDELA MUNICIPALITY

POSITION HELD DA COUNCILLOR
PERIOD 2006-2014

CURRENTLY SERVES AS AN MPL IN THE EASTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE AS DA SHADOW MEC FOR TRANSPORT AND CHAIRPERSON OF THE DA CAUCUS


LATEST ARTICLES


With the approaching festive season, traffic safety will once again be in the spotlight. Unfortunately, road accidents will make this a time of great sadness instead of a celebration for many families. The Law Enforcement section of the Eastern Cape Department has a staff of only 556 people. Of this 32 people are senior management and 534 are law enforcement officers. The only way to limit the carnage on our …


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Today, we commemorate World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. The theme for this year is, “From Global Remembrance to Global Action across the Decade”. We call on traffic law enforcement agencies to take action and implement effective law enforcement strategies and programmes. They must increase traffic police visibility in order to curb the number of road fatalities over the festive season. We extend our condolences to the families …


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The DA-led Nelson Mandela Bay Metro held its first State of the Metro Address under a government for change yesterday, with executive mayor Athol Trollip.  From the left is DA legislature leader Bobby Stevenson MPL, Yussuf Cassim MP, legislature caucus chair Marshall von Buchenroder MPL and his wife, Avril.


The DA’s Provincial Chairperson, Andrew Whitfield (second left) is visiting the Bhisho Legislature today. He was welcomed by the legislature’s DA caucus chair, Marshall von Buchenroder MPL (left), Shadow MEC for Sport, Recreation Arts and Culture Nosimo Balindlela MPL, and caucus leader Bobby Stevenson MPL.


The horror crash in Port Elizabeth on Monday, 31 July, which claimed the life of a scholar transport driver and left 18 children injured has highlighted the fact that the provincial Department of Transport has failed to arm legislation to stop pupils from being transported in bakkies.   Penalties must be gazetted as a matter of urgency so that traffic officials have an enforcement mechanism. It is every parent’s greatest fear …


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