What Does Having Youngest-Ever MPs Mean for South Africa?
21-year-old Itumeleng Ntsube of the African National Congress and 23-year-old Sibongiseni Ngcobo of the Democratic Alliance have become the youngest members of Parliament, showing that some parties are conscious of the need that the youth must make their voices heard, political analyst Ralph Mathekga said.
Daily Maverick, 24 May 2019
At 23, Sibongiseni Ngcobo of the Democratic Alliance became the youngest member of the National Assembly when he took the oath of office before Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng on… Read more »
This is Africa, 23 May 2019
South Africa's youngest legislator ever, 21-year-old Itumeleng Ntsube of the African National Congress, was sworn into office on 23 May as a member of the National Council of… Read more »
Swearing-in ceremony of Members of Parliament in the National Assembly (file photo).
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