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


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Marshall von Buchenroder

Taking legislature to the People Elliotdale, Amathole District Municipality 16 October 2018 Honourable Premier of the Eastern Cape, Honourable Speaker, Honourable MECs, Honourable Members of the Legislature, Ladies and gentlemen Good afternoon. “Earn your success based on service to others, not at the expense of others.” H Jackson Brown Jr Hon Speaker, the lack of effective scholar transport in this province is an indictment on the ANC government. The fact …


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Honourable Premier of the Eastern Cape, Honourable Speaker, Honourable MECs, Honourable Members of the Legislature, Ladies and gentlemen Good afternoon. A quote from Tata Madiba “Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like Slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a generation to …


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Immeasurable damage is being done to our roads by overloaded trucks which are taking advantage of the non-operational Kinkelbos weighbridge station on the N2, while the MEC of Transport remains in denial. Broken and pot-holed roads are a risk to road users and businesses who rely on trucks to get their products to market. In a response to a parliamentary question, Transport MEC Weziwe Tikana gave assurances that the Kinkelbos …


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The Democratic Alliance (DA) calls for strong action to be taken against taxi operators who have brought the economy of the Eastern Cape to a crashing halt today. The taxi industry, through their actions, have today shown that they do not care about the livelihoods of the people of this province. Tens of thousands of individuals, breadwinners, who are dependent on public transport to get to work, will take home …


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The Eastern Cape has failed to recover a single cent of more than R110 million in outstanding traffic fines issued over the past two financial years. This despite offering an amnesty period to offenders, due to poor implementation and lack of follow-through. During her policy speech tabled in the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature in March, Transport MEC, Weziwe Tikana announced an amnesty period for motorists who incurred traffic fines between …


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