Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet Shake Up


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 Nene
  • Minister of Co-Operative Governance and Traditional Affairs – Zweli Mkhize
  • Minister of Public Enterprises – Pravin Gordhan
  • Minister of Mineral Resources – Gwede Mantashe
  • Minister in the Presidency (planning, evaluation and monitoring) – Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
  • Minister in the Presidency: Women – Bathabile Dlamini
  • Minister of State Security – Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba
  • Minister of Transport – Blade Nzimande
  • Minister of Tourism – Derek Hanekom
  • Minister of Communications – Nomvula Mokonyane
  • Minister of Energy – Jeff Radebe
  • Minister of Higher Education and Training – Naledi Pandor
  • Minister of Home Affairs – Malusi Gigaba
  • Minister of Human Settlements – Nomaindia Mfeketo
  • Minister of International Relations and Co-operation – Lindiwe Sisulu
  • Minister of Police – Bheki Cele
  • Minister of Public Service and Administration – Ayanda Dlodlo
  • Minister of Public Works – Thulas Nxesi
  • Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform – Maite Nkoana-Mashabane
  • Minister of Science and Technology – Nkhensani Kubayi-Ngubane
  • Minister of Social Development – Susan Shabangu
  • Minister of Sport and Recreation – Tokozile Xasa
  • Minister of Water and Sanitation – Gugile Nkwinti


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