Zuma's cabinet ministers

Written by on May 10, 2009 in u

Looks like Manuel has a new job in National planning commission and will work closely with the economic sectors, and Pravin Gordhan from SARS will take his place. Good choice. Now what happens to SARS?

Tokyo Sexwale the Apprentice has also resigned from his Mvelepandla chairmanship to join the cabinet.

The complete list of the new Cabinet Ministers is as follows:

Deputy President of the Republic Kgalema Motlanthe

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries – Tina Joemat-Peterson;
Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries – Dr Pieter Mulder (Freedom Front Plus);

Minister of Arts and Culture – Lulu Xingwana;
Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture – Paul Mashatile;

Minister of Basic Education – Angie Motshekga;
Deputy Minister of Basic Education – Enver Surty;

Minister of Higher Education and Training – Blade Nzimande;

Minister of Communications – Siphiwe Nyanda;
Deputy Minister of Communications – Dina Pule

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs – Sicelo Shiceka;
Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs -Yunus Carrim;

Minister of Correctional Services – Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula;
Deputy Minister of Correctional Services – Hlengiwe Mkhize;

Minister of Defence and Military Veterans – Lindiwe Sisulu;
Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans – Thabang Makwetla;

Minister of Economic Development – Ebrahim Patel;
Deputy Minister of Economic Development – Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde;

Minister of Energy – Dipuo Peters;

Minister of Finance – Pravin Gordhan;
Deputy Minister of Finance – Nhlanhla Nene;

Minister of Health – Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi;
Deputy Minister of Health – Dr. Molefi Sefularo;

Minister of Home Affairs – Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma;
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs – Malusi Gigaba;

Minister of Human Settlements – Tokyo Sexwale;
Deputy Minister of Human Settlements – Zou Kota;

Minister of International Relations and Cooperation – Maite Nkoana-Mashabane;
Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation (1) – Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim;
Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation (2) – Sue van der Merwe;

Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development – Jeff Radebe;
Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development – Andries Nel;

Minister of Labour – Membathisi Mdladlana;

Minister of Mining – Susan Shabangu;

Minister of Police – Nathi Mthethwa;
Deputy Minister of Police – Fikile Mbalula;

Minister of Public Enterprises – Barbara Hogan;
Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises – Enoch Godongwana;

Minister for the Public Service and Administration – Richard Baloyi;
Deputy Minister for the Public Service and Administration – Roy Padayachie;

Minister of Public Works – Geoff Doidge;
Deputy Minister of Public Works – Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu;

Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform – Gugile Nkwinti;
Deputy Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform – Joe Phaahla;

Minister of Science and Technology – Naledi Pandor;
Deputy Minister of Science and Technology – Derek Hanekom;

Minister of Social Development – Edna Molewa;
Deputy Minister of Social Development – Bathabile Dlamini;

Minister of Sport and Recreation – Makhenkesi Stofile;
Deputy Minister of Sport and Recreation – Gert Oosthuizen;

Minister of State Security – Siyabonga Cwele;

Minister in The Presidency (1) National Planning Commission – Trevor Manuel;
Minister in The Presidency (2) Performance Monitoring and Evaluation and Administration in the Presidency – Collins Chabane;

Minister of Tourism – Marthinus van Schalkwyk;

Deputy Minister of Tourism – Thozile Xasa;

Minister of Trade and Industry – Rob Davies;
Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry (1) – Thandi Tobias;
Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry (2) – Maria Ntuli;

Minister of Transport – Sbusiso Joel Ndebele;
Deputy Minister of Transport – Jeremy Cronin;

Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs – Buyelwa Sonjica;
Deputy Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs – Rejoice Mabhudafhasi;

Minister of Women, Youth, Children and People with Disabilities – Noluthando Mayende-Sibiya.


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  1. Samuel says:

    it is good to see that the new president mr Zuma has expanded the cabinet into smaaller division to make sure that the service delivery is efficient and all people get served on time,well in time.let our new presdent mr Zuma do his job without us critisizing his abilities while he is still new.lectures and teachers at school used to tell me to write a test even wen i see the mistake and i will complain later after writing.so we will judge our presdent after a year of his tenuture not in 2 days only.msholozi show them what are u capable of and they will praise your name without ending.

  2. star says:

    i think the cabinet has a lot of unexcpected changes and many departments but hte question is will this cabinet do better bheki cele being removed as transport minister why ? on my own side i say zuma is not good for presidency but for the fact that he has been democraticaly elected nothing can be done to stop him. Thabo mbeki replaced on position by motlante because of non solid reasons this bring about many questions was his replacement democratic ? the whole country is corrupt. the anc slogan says working together we can do more but the question is are we working together or they just need support.

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