Mr Tshilidzi Bethuel Munyai

National Assembly
Party: African National Congress on the provincial list for the province of Gauteng



Member of the following committees

Portfolio Committee on Health

Parliament Membership History

Member of Parliament since 2019

Political Leadership Background

Gauteng African National Congress Provincial Executive Committee Member

Gauteng ANC Head of Research , subcommittee member of International Relations , Economic Transformation , Ideology, Political Education and Training –Walter Sisulu Leadership Academy . 

Participated in  China –Africa  Forum and BRICS Mid Term Shanghai  Former Ekurhuleni African National Congress Regional Secretary 

Former Andrew Maphetho  African National Congress Zonal Secretary for 4 terms 

Chairman ; Thami Mnyele Exhumation and Reburial Committee responsible for exhumation of the ex combat member of the glorious Army of Umkhonto weSizwe from Botswana for reburial in South Africa

Exposed to the rank and file of the of the peoples glorious movement the African National Congress since 1988 and executed various responsibilities of the ANC during the pre and post the unbanning of the ANC  

Have been a branch Secretary of the Thami Mnyele and Tunkie Peete respectively


Bachelor of Administration (Honours) Public Policy

Business, International Relations and the Political Economy: The London School of Economics  and Political Science

Diploma Telecommunication Management Studies CTO 



Geo-political and economic analysis of the international relations, strategy and tactics of our movement the African National Congress

Political Ideas / Achievements Goals & Ambitions for the country

To change the quality of the lives our people for the better, using Parliament as instrument to formulate policies that will impact transformation of economic power and social power through representative and participatory democracy.

To consolidate and implement the continental AU agenda 2063

Transform global structures of governance such as the United Nation and the World Trade Organisation to serve the interest of all countries and to achieve global inclusive growth