On 26 February 2018, President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally announced the highly anticipated Cabinet reshuffle. Ramaphosa cut 13 members from Zuma’s cabinet and appointed his new deputy president, David Mabuza. Here is a list of the new members of Cabinet.
Minister of Finance – Nhlanhla NeneMinister of Co-Operative Governance and Traditional Affairs – Zweli MkhizeMinister of Public Enterprises – Pravin GordhanMinister of Mineral Resources – Gwede MantasheMinister in the Presidency (planning, evaluation and monitoring) – Nkosazana Dlamini-ZumaMinister in the Presidency: Women – Bathabile DlaminiMinister of State Security – Dipuo Letsatsi-DubaMinister of Transport – Blade NzimandeMinister of Tourism – Derek HanekomMinister of Communications – Nomvula Mokonyane Minister of Energy – Jeff RadebeMinister of Higher Education and Training – Naledi PandorMinister of Home Affairs – Malusi GigabaMinister of Human Settlements – Nomaindia MfeketoMinister of International Relations and Co-operation – Lindiwe SisuluMinister of Police – Bheki CeleMinister of Public Service and Administration – Ayanda Dlodlo Minister of Public Works – Thulas NxesiMinister of Rural Development and Land Reform – Maite Nkoana-MashabaneMinister of Science and Technology – Nkhensani Kubayi-NgubaneMinister of Social Development – Susan ShabanguMinister of Sport and Recreation – Tokozile XasaMinister of Water and Sanitation – Gugile Nkwinti
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