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Cablegate: Final List of President Kgalema Motlanthe's Cabinet

R 071539Z NOV 08
FM AMEMBASSY PRETORIA
TO SECSTATE WASHDC 6388
INFO SOUTHERN AF DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY COLLECTIVE
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SUBJECT: FINAL LIST OF PRESIDENT KGALEMA MOTLANTHE'S CABINET

REF: PRETORIA 2132


1. (U) President Kgalema Motlanthe completed his Cabinet
appointments November 5. Attached is the completed list of
all Cabinet ministers and their deputy ministers.

Agricultural and Land Affairs Minister - Lulama Xingwana
Agricultural and Land Affairs Deputy Minister - Dirk du Toit

Arts and Culure Minister - Pallo Jordan
Arts and Culure Deputy Minister - Ntombazana Botha

Communications Minister - Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri
Communications Deputy Minister - Radhakrishna Padayachie

Correctional Services Minister - Ngconde Balfour
Correctional Services Deputy Minister - Loretta Jacobus

Defense Minister - Charles Nqakula
Deputy Defense Minister - Fezile Bhengu

Education Minister - Naledi Pandor
Deputy Education Minister - Andrew Gaum

Environmental Affairs and Tourism Minister - Marthinus van
Schalkwyk
Environmental Affairs and Tourism Deputy Minister - Rejoice
Thizwilondi Mabudafhasi

Finance Minister - Trevor Manuel
Deputy Finance Minister - Musa Nhlanhla Nene

Foreign Affairs Minister - Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister - Fatima Hajaig

Health Minister - Barbara Hogan
Deputy Health Minister - Molefi Sefularo

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

Housing Minister - Lindiwe Sisulu

Intelligence Minister - Siyabinga Cwele

Justice and Constitutional Development Minister - Enver Surty

Justice and Constitutional Development Deputy Minister -
Johnny de Lange

Labour Minister - Membathisi Mdladlana

Provincial Land and Local Government Minister - Sicelo Shiceka
Provincial Land and Local Government Deputy Minister -
Nomatyala Hangana

Public Enterprises Minister - Brigitte Mabandla

Public Services and Administration Minister - Richard Baloyi

Public Works Minister - Geoff Doidge
Deputy Public Works Minister - Ntopile Kganyago

Safety and Security Minister - E. Nathi Mthethwa
Deputy Safety and Security Minister - Susan Shabangu

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

Social Development Minister - Zola Skweyiya
Deputy Social Development Minister - Jean Swanson-Jacobs

Sport and Recreation Minister - Makenkesi Stofile
Deputy Sport and Recreation Minister - Gert Ooosthuizen

The Presidency - Manto Tshabalala-Msimang

Trade and Industry Minister - Mandisi Mpahlwa
Deputy Trade and Industry Ministers - Robert Davies and
Elizabeth Thabethe

Transport Minister - Jeff Radebe

Water Affairs and Forestry - Lindiwe Hendricks


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