SA Cabinet Ministers A-Z List

As President Cyril Ramaphosa takes the oath of office today, South Africa turns a new page in its vibrant democracy. The inauguration not only marks the beginning of President Ramaphosa’s term but also sets the stage for the unveiling of a new SA Cabinet Ministers that promise inclusivity and reform.

President Ramaphosa’s re-election signifies a mandate for continuity and change. With a cabinet that is expected to be leaner, the government aims to streamline its operations for efficiency. The reduction from 72 to 64 members is a step towards a more agile administration, poised to tackle the challenges of our times.

2024 SA Cabinet Ministers A-Z List

As new ministers take their positions, they carry with them the aspirations of a nation eager for progress. The road ahead is paved with opportunities and obstacles alike, but with a collective resolve, South Africa’s future shines bright. School Click is more interested in the Education sector.

  • The Deputy President is Paul Mashatile.
  • The Minister of Agriculture is John Steenhuisen.
  • The Deputy Minister of Agriculture is Rosemary Nokuzola Capa.
  • The Minister of Land Reform and Rural Development is Mzwanele Nyhontso.
  • The Deputy Minister of Land Reform and Rural Development is Chupu Stanley Mathabatha.
  • The Minister of Basic Education is Siviwe Gwarube.
  • The Deputy Minister of Basic Education is Reginah Mhaule.
  • The Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies is Solly Malatsi.
  • The Deputy Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies is Mondli Gungubele.
  • The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is Velinkosi Hlabisa.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs are Dickson Masemola and Zolile Burns‐Ncamashe.
  • The Minister of Defence and Military Veterans is Angie Motshekga.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Defence and Military Veterans are Bantu Holomisa and Richard Mkhungo.
  • The Minister of Electricity and Energy is Kgosientsho Ramokgopa.
  • The Deputy Minister of Electricity and Energy is Samantha Graham.
  • The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation is Blade Nzimande.
  • The Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation is Nomalungelo Gina.
  • The Minister of Employment and Labour is Nomakhosazana Meth.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Employment and Labour are Jomo Sibiya and Phumzile Mgcina.
  • The Minister of Finance is Enoch Godongwana.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Finance are David Masondo and Ashor Sarupen.
  • The Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment is Dion George.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment are Narend Singh and Bernice Swarts.
  • The Minister of Health is Aaron Motsoaledi.
  • The Deputy Minister of Health is Joe Phaahla.
  • The Minister of Higher Education is Nobuhle Nkabane.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Higher Education are Buti Manamela and Mimmy Gondwe.
  • The Minister of Home Affairs is Leon Schreiber.
  • The Deputy Minister of Home Affairs is Njabulo Nzuza.
  • The Minister of Human Settlements is Mmamoloko Kubayi.
  • The Deputy Minister of Human Settlements is Tandi Mahambehlala.
  • The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation is Ronald Lamola.
  • The Deputy Ministers of International Relations and Cooperation are Alvin Botes and Tandi Moraka.
  • The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development is Thembi Nkadimeng.
  • The Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development is Andries Nel.
  • The Minister of Mineral and Petroleum Resources is Gwede Mantashe.
  • The Deputy Minister of Mineral and Petroleum Resources is Judith Nemadzinga‐Tshabalala.
  • The Minister of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation is Maropene Ramokgopa.
  • The Deputy Minister of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation is Seiso Mohai.
  • The Minister of Police is Senzo Mchunu.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Police are Polly Boshielo and Cassel Mathale.
  • The Minister in the Presidency is Khumbudzo Ntshavheni.
  • The Deputy Ministers in the Presidency are Nonceba Mhlauli and Kenneth Morolong.
  • The Minister of Public Service and Administration is Mzamo Buthelezi.
  • The Deputy Minister of Public Service and Administration is Pinky Kekana.
  • The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure is Dean Macpherson.
  • The Deputy Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure is Sihle Zikalala.
  • The Minister of Small Business Development is Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.
  • The Deputy Minister of Small Business Development is Jane Sithole.
  • The Minister of Social Development is Sisisi Tolashe.
  • The Deputy Minister of Social Development is Ganief Hendricks.
  • The Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture is Gayton McKenzie.
  • The Deputy Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture is Peace Mabe.
  • The Minister of Tourism is Patricia De Lille.
  • The Deputy Minister of Tourism is Maggie Sotyu.
  • The Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition is Parks Tau.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Trade, Industry and Competition are Zuko Godlimpi and Andrew Whitfield.
  • The Minister of Transport is Barbara Creecy.
  • The Deputy Minister of Transport is Mkhuleko Hlengwa.
  • The Minister of Water and Sanitation is Pemmy Majodina.
  • The Deputy Ministers of Water and Sanitation are David Mahlobo and Isaac Seitlholo.
  • The Minister of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities is Sindisiwe Chikunga.
  • The Deputy Minister of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities is Mmapaseka Steve Letsike.
  • The Minister of Correctional Services is Pieter Groenewald.
  • The Deputy Minister of Correctional Services is Lindiwe Ntshalintshali.

The ANC Secretary General, Fikile Mbalula, has confirmed that the cabinet will be a reflection of the government’s commitment to national unity, with members from various political parties taking up key roles. This move is anticipated to bring diverse perspectives to the forefront of governance and catalyse much-needed economic reforms.

To the new cabinet members: may your tenure be marked by dedication, innovation, and unwavering service to the people. The nation watches with hope as you embark on this journey.

Kyla Venter-Louw

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