Cluster Whip (STC), Whip: Portfolio Committee on Health, Provincial Convenor: Mpumalanga
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Mr Amos Fish Mahlalela is the Deputy Minister of the Department of Tourism of the Republic of South Africa from 29 May 2019. He is a member of the African National Congress in the National Assembly of South Africa and was the ANC Whip in the Portfolio Committee on Health (National Assembly Committees).
He has served in the government for over 21 years now and is former regional Transport MEC, as well a former member of the provincial executive council of Mpumalanga. In 2002, Mahlalela won the African National Congress chairmanship of Mpumalanga. Mahlalela has been a member of African National Congress since 1980, and holds a seat for ANC in the National Assembly of South Africa.
Member of the National Assembly since, the year
Whip in the Portfolio Committee on Health (National Assembly Committees). Former member of the Provincial Executive Committee of Mpumalanga.
1985 joined ANC and MK in Mozambique and Tanzania
Received military training in Ethiopia, Angola and Soviet Union
1989 Deployed underground inside the country
1992 Arrested and detained for 4 months without trial
1993 PEC Mpumalanga
2003 ANC PROVINCIAL CHAIR AND NEC EX-OFFICIO MEMBER
He obtained his matric certificate from Nkomazi High School, and got an Honors Degree in Governance and Leadership from the University of the Witwatersrand.
In 2002, Mahlalela won the African National Congress chairmanship of Mpumalanga.