Boy Mamabolo (born on 11 May in 1983 at Seshego Township) is a South African politician.
He occupies the position as a ‘Member of the National Assembly of South Africa’ for ANC, the ruling party.
He occupied the position after the general election that took place in 2019. Mamabolo took office to serve as MP on the 22nd of May 2019.
|Name||Jacob Boy Mamabolo|
|Age||37 years old|
|Date of birth||11 May 1983|
|Place of birth||Seshego, Limpopo, South Africa|
|Education||University of Johannesburg|
|Position||Member of Parliament|
His date of birth is on the 11th of May 1983 and the place of birth is in Seshego Township near the City of Polokwane in the Limpopo Province. Boy Mamabolo is 37 years old.
He began his academic career at Mponegele Primary (1989-1992). Mamabolo furthered his career in academics at Letlotlo Primary School for his Grade 5-7 (1993-1995).
The next year, in 1996, he was doing his Grade 8 at Mohlakaneng High School. He joined COSAS and became an active member in 1997.
He received an appointment to serve in its Branch Interim leadership.
He was also elected to serve as the ‘Branch Secretary’, he occupied the position until 2000. The same year he was promoted to be the COSAS Capricorn Regional Secretary.
In 2002, he was elected to serve as the Provincial Secretary at the Limpopo 6th Provincial Conference while he did his Matric.
During his days in high school, he serves as the Sport, Arts and Culture Head and Secretary of the LRC (1999-2002).
He is a 2nd year Paralegal Student at the University of Johannesburg.
In 1997, he formally joined the ANCYL after he began to participate at the age of 12 serving in the ANC’s street Committees.
In 2003, during his time at the University of Johannesburg (then Rand Afrikaans University), he occupied the position of SASCO Branch Secretary (2003-04).
In 2004, he became the ANCYL RAU Campus Secretary. He quit Rand Afrikaans University following pressures he encountered.
He returned to Polokwane and began to involve in Committees/Boards.
He became a member of The Limpopo Geographical Names Committee (2006-2010).
The then MEC for Arts and Culture Cde Joyce Mashamba appointed him to serve as its Provincial Chairperson. Mamabolo served under the position until 2013.
In 2008, he served as the ‘Limpopo Tourism Board’. He served as the youngest member in its history at the age of 25.
Mamabolo also served as the ANCYL Branch Secretary of Milo Malatjie Branch at Ward 13 in Polokwane Sub-Region (2008-2013).
He relinquished the position to serve as the Chairperson of the ANC Branch.
He held the position from 2013 till date, before taking up the position he served as a BEC member of the ANC since 2002.
In 2013, he took part in the ANC Parliamentary list processes to the Legislature. He was asked to withdraw following the ‘criminal charges he was facing.
Mamabolo cleared his name in court and returned to take part in the 2018 list processes.
He emerged as number one in the nomination processes for Province to National.
After the final list, Mamabolo was the number two (2) and made it to the 6th Parliament to represent African National Congress in the 2019 General Elections.