Mlungisi Johnson

Mr Johnson is currently a member of parliament at the National Assembly, serving as the Cahirperson of the Portfolio Committee on Agriculture,Forestry and Fishery. He previously served in the Finance Portfolio Committee and the Standing Committee on Auditor-General. He also serves in other caucus responsibilities of the ANC in parliament.

His constituency office is based at Hankey, Eastern Cape, responsible for Gamtoos Valley area that includes Patensie, Hankey, Loerie and Thornhill.


Mr Johnson served as Regional Secretary (Eastern Cape) of Young Christian Workers (YCW) 1981 –1982. He also served as National Presidents of the Congress of South African Students (COSAS) (1983 – 1985) and ANC Youth League (1991 – 1994 deputy and president 1994 – 1996) respectively.

He was Mr Johnson was responsible for setting up of the Economic Development Unit of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan area from 2000 – 2001.

He serves in a number of profit and non-profit organisations, among others, Isibizo Investments (Pty) Limited, Y-In Limited, Fairplay Investments (Pty) Limited, and Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund. He holds a Certificate in Public and Policy Development management from Wits Business School.

He also attended executive programmes in economics with Wits Business School and Kennedy School of Government (1996), and UWC and World Bank Macro – Economics (1996).

She is a member of the ANC YL NEC and is active in several youth and community structures

 

Our Vision

To meaningfully contribute towards producing skilled youth who are conscious of their responsibility to build a united and prosperous South Africa.

Our Mission

  • To position ourselves as a socially conscious youth trust that prides itself with contributing to projects that uplift the lives of youth in our country.
  • To champion youth development programmes that build capacity and create opportunities for young people and the youth movement.
  • To attack the scourges of gender inequality and racism through an active promotion of patriotism and equality amongst youth