Kingsol Chabalala is the Shadow MEC for Arts, Culture & Heritage and serves on the Petitions Standing as well as the Sports, Arts, Culture & Heritage committees in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature.
As a member of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature, 38 year old Kingsol Chabalala, was born and raised in Evaton. In 2006 he started working as a debt collector for Mshengu’s Haulage and Projects CC and by 2007 was promoted to assistant manager.
He joined the DA in 2008 and in 2009 helped launched a branch in his area where he was elected chairperson whilst also holding the position of the DA Cluster Lead Coordinator for the Sedibeng area. He was also elected as the constituency chairperson for Emfuleni North in the same year.
He had also served as a Regional Executive and has been a Provincial Council Member of the DA since 2010.
He was the campaign manager for Emfuleni North constituency and a regional elections task team member from June 2013 until May 2014.
He was elected as DA PR councillor in 2011 and served on the petitions committee until 2014 May. He was a Peer counsellor at Vista University in 1999 and the Facilitator of Positive Parenting workshops in 2006.
He was a managing Member Vuka Lova recycling project between 2008 and 2011 and has also held executive positions in youth clubs in his church and community.
He is currently serving as the board chairperson of Ikaheng Service Centre and completing his post graduate Diploma in Governance Policy and African Studies with the University of Johannesburg.
Kingsol Chabalala MPL
Shadow MEC for Arts, Culture and Heritage