Oscar Mabuyane (born 24 February 1974) is a South African economist and politician. He currently serves as the Premier of the Eastern Cape and the Provincial Chairperson of rather African National Congress.
|Full Name||Oscar Mabuyane|
|Date of Birth||24 February 1974 (age 47 years old)|
|Net Worth||R20 million|
Oscar Mabuyane Age
Mabuyane was born on 24 February 1974 in Engcobo, Cape Province. He is 47 years old as of 2021.
Oscar Mabuyane Education
He matriculated from Lekoa Shandu High School in Sharpeville, Transvaal Province. He went on to University of Fort Hare where he graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Economics.
He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public administration from the same university.
Oscar Mabuyane Wife
Mabuyane is married to Siyasanga Mabuyane. They are blessed with three children.
Between 1995 and 2008, Mabuyane was involved in the African National Congress (ANCYL) and the South African Students Congress (SASCO).
He was appointed the SASCO branch chairperson at the University of Fort Hare in 1999 before he became the university’s SRC president in 2000. He became the deputy provincial secretary of the ANCYL in 2008 and served until 2011.
In 2009, he was elected the provincial secretary of the ANC. He was re-elected twice while holding the office.
- Member at Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature (Provincial-Legislature) since 22nd May 2019
- Premier at Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature (Provincial-Legislature) since 7th May 2019
- Member at African National Congress (ANC) (Party)
- Member of the Executive Committee: Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism at Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature (Provincial-Legislature) until 7th May 2019
Oscar Mabuyane Net Worth
Mabuyane has an estimated net worth of 20 million rands.
View this post on Instagram
We began our three-day comprehensive visit to the Alfred Nzo District yesterday by visiting Makaula Junior Secondary School in Mount Frere to monitor readiness of the school as it welcomes back all grades to complete the academic year. To ensure that school outcomes remain relatively unaffected by the pandemic, part of the support we provided to learners included educational supplies such as tablets, 100 school bags with hygiene packs and 100 sanitary towels. Education remains part of our priority focuses in building our Province.