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Mbeki's cabinet list

2004-04-28 14:31

Cape Town - President Thabo Mbeki announced the new cabinet positions at a news conference in Pretoria on Wednesday. Take a look at the changes.

Deputy president
Jacob Zuma

Presidency
Minister: Essop Pahad

Agriculture and Land
Minister: Thoko Didiza
Deputy Minister: Dirk du Toit

Arts & Culture
Minister: Pallo Jordan
Deputy Minister: Ntombazana Botha

Communications
Minister: Ivy Matsepe Cassaburri
Deputy Minister: Radhakrishna "Roy" Padayachee

Correctional Services
Minister: Ngconde Balfour
Deputy Minister: Cheryl Gillwald

Defence
Minister: Mosiuoa Lekota
Deputy Minister: Mluleki George

Education
Minister: Naledi Pandor
Deputy Minister: Enver Surty

Environment & Tourism
Minister: Marthinus van Schalkwyk
Deputy Minister: Joyce Mabudafhasi

Finance
Minister: Trevor Manuel
Deputy Minister: Jabu Moleketi

Foreign Affairs
Minister: Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma
Deputy Minister: Aziz Pahad & Sue van der Merwe

Health
Minister: Manto Tshabalala-Msimang
Deputy Minister: Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge

Home Affairs
Minister: Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula
Deputy Minister: Malusi Gigaba

Housing
Minister: Lindiwe Sisulu

Intelligence
Minister: Ronnie Kasrils

Justice & Constitutional
Minister: Bridgette Mabandla
Deputy Minister: Johnny de Lange

Labour
Minister: Membathisi Mdladlana

Minerals & Energy
Minister: Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
Deputy Minister: Lulu Xingwana

Provincial & Local
Minister: Sydney Mufamadi
Deputy Minister: Nomatyala Hangana

Public Enterprises
Minister: Alec Erwin

Public Service and Administration
Minister: Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi

Public Works
Minister: Stella Sigcau
Deputy Minister: Musa Zondi

Safety and Security
Minister: Charles Nqakula
Deputy Minister: Susan Shabangu

Science and Technology
Minister: Mosibudi Mangena
Deputy Minister: Derek Hanekom

Social Development
Minister: Zola Skweyiya
Deputy Minister: Jean Benjamin

Sport & Recreation
Minister: Makenkesi Stofile
Deputy Minister: Vincent Ngema

Trade and Industry
Minister: Mandisi Mpahlwa
Deputy Minister: Lindi Hendricks

Transport
Minister: Jeff Radebe

Water and Forestry
Minister: Buyi Sonjica

President's Parliamentary Counsellor
Manne Dipico

President Thabo Mbeki's cabinet consists of 16 male and 12 female ministers, and 27 male and ten female deputy ministers.