Lechesa Tsenoli Biography
Lechesa Tsenoli (Solomon Lechesa Tsenoli) was born on 10th February 1955 in Bultfontein, South Africa. He is a South African politician and the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.
- Certificate in Development Planning for Community Leaders from the University of the Witwatersrand.
- Certificate of Adult Education from the University of KwaZulu-Natal
- Certificate of Public Policy Management at the University of the Western Cape.
- 1979: Freelance Reporter of The Friend Newspaper.
- 1975 – 1976: Clerk at Pelonomi Hospital.
- Reporter at Bona Magazine.
- Translator at Bona Magazine
- 21st May 2014- Present: Member of Parliament and the deputy speaker at National Assembly
- July 2013 – 2014: Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
- 2011 – July 2013: Deputy Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform.
- 2004 – Present: Member of Parliament, African National Congress
- 1999 – 2004: Member of Provincial Legislature, Free State Provincial Government.
- Member of Institute of Local Government
- Member of National Housing Corporation
- Member of Transitional National Development Trust
- Member of Joint Rent Action Committee (Jorac)
- Founder Member of Masibonisane Lamontville Youth Organisation (Malayo)