Tammy Wessels biography, age, profile, education & husband

Tamarin “Tammy” Wessels (born 29 March 1986 in Johannesburg) is a South African politician. 

She is serving under the position of the national youth leader of the Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus). 

In May 2019, Tammy became a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa and has been occupying the position.

She also served as a member of the Free State Provincial Legislature.

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Tammy Wessels biography
Tamarin Wessels is the national youth leader of the Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus).
NameTamarin Wessels
Age34 years old
Date of birth29 March 1986
Place of birthJohannesburg
NationalitySouth African
EducationUniversity of the Free State
Political partyFreedom Front Plus
GenderFemale
HusbandWouter Wessels
ProfessionPolitician

Age

Her date of birth is on the 29th of March 1986 and the place of birth is in Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. Tamarin Wessels is 34 years old.

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Education

She attended the University of the Free State, during her years in the university, she was a member of the university’s student council.

She also served as the speaker of the Student Parliament.

Husband

In 2015, Tamarin got married to Wouter Wessels, is a South African politician and a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa for the FF Plus.

After three years (3) of marriage, they were the victims of a home burglary.

Career

She was employed as the FF Plus’ liaison at the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality.

She serves as the national youth leader within the FF Plus. She is also a member of the part’s federal council.

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Tammy is also the federal committee member and the Free State executive committee member. 

In December 2017, her husband was deployed to the National assembly. She occupied his position in the Free State Provincial Legislature. 

She was elected to serve as a Member of the National assembly in the 2019 general election.

On the 22nd of May 2019, Tammy took office. She and Heloise Denner hold the record of being the “first women to represent the FF Plus in Parliament”.

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