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


Another school holiday has passed and the carnage continues on our Eastern Cape roads, while the same promises are made, but no real action is taken. The DA repeats its call to Transport MEC, Weziwe Tikana, for the immediate implementation of a shift-system for 24-hour traffic law enforcement on Eastern Cape roads. Six months ago, I asked the Transport MEC, Weziwe Tikana, what steps or initiatives her Department had in …


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Click on the appropriate link below to download the official question papers submitted to the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature during the first session of the 6th legislature. IQP 1 – 1st Session 6th Legislature


Honourable Speaker Honourable Premier Honourable MECs Honourable members of the house Ladies and gentlemen in the public gallery I greet you all today It is a great honour to stand before you to debate on the empty state of the province address. Like many residents that go to bed on a empty stomach. This is not a good story to tell. They say give credit where it is due. Unfortunately …


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The shutdown of the Mthatha Airport rests squarely on the shoulders of the failing ANC government, and is a direct result of a couldn’t-care-less attitude in addressing problems caused by their own lack of action. The South African Civil Aviation Authority stopped all commercial flights from landing at or leaving Mthatha airport as at 6am this morning (subs: Friday 25 January), a month after the Department was notified about shortcomings …


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The Eastern Cape death toll on the roads over the Festive Season is a sad indictment of a failing ANC government that has neglected its responsibilities. With the second highest fatalities in the country, the province saw 238 people lose their lives in 195 car accidents. This is up from the previous season, where 213 lives were lost in 173 accidents from 1 December 2017 to 15 January 2018. It …


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