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Dr Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu

Date of Birth: 10/05/1954
Place of Birth: Johannesburg


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Pushing Zuma to the exit

Baleka Mbete, Speaker of the National Parliament who switched sides to back Ramaphosa, would be Minister of Women's Affairs; Lindiwe Sisulu, Human Settlements Minister who backed Ramaphosa, would become Minister for International Relations; Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, defeated by Ramaphosa for the ANC Presidency, would get the Social Development portfolio...


A fight to the photo-finish

Last week, President Zuma met the two leading contenders, and all the others – Zweli Mkhize, former ANC Treasurer Mathews Phosa, the Speaker of Parliament, Baleka Mbete and Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu – to persuade them to accept defeat and not challenge it in court or split from the party...

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The countdown begins

At the ANC's Western Cape provincial general council, Ramaphosa received most of the votes for President but delegates nominated Lindiwe Sisulu as their preferred candidate for Deputy President...


Mabuza changes the race

While the seven party president candidates – Dlamini-Zuma, Ramaphosa, Mkhize, party Chair Baleka Mbete, Minister at the Presidency Jeff Radebe, Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu and former ANC Treasurer Mathews Phosa – slug it out, Mabuza has skilfully thrown his hat into the ring to be Deputy President...


ANC contest lands in court

Housing Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, who has been running her own presidential campaign, is in the Deputy President slot (AC Vol 58 No 14, Cyril's musical chairs)...


Cyril's musical chairs

The Human Settlements Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, has said privately that she will stand as a female alternative to Dlamini-Zuma, having been nominated by the Keiskammahoek branch in the Eastern Cape and the Lilliesleaf branch in Gauteng...


No place to hide

In addition to him and Dlamini-Zuma, other presidential hopefuls include Parliament Speaker Baleka Mbete, ANC Treasurer General Zweli Mkhize, Presidency Minister Jeff Radebe and Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu...


Starting the post-Zuma race

Although Mantashe didn't name them, we understand from other ANC sources that the contenders break down as follows: • Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission: due to return home in January to run for the ANC presidency; • Baleka Mbete, Speaker of Parliament: unambiguously pro-Zuma; • Cyril Ramaphosa, Deputy President: the successor favoured by the ruling hierarchy; backed by business and trying to broaden his appeal to grassroots; • Zweli Mkhize, ANC Treasurer General: former Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, province with the highest ANC membership; • Kgalema Motlanthe, former interim President of the ANC and the country: lost to Zuma in a bid for the party presidency in 2012 and has become an outspoken critic of his rule; and • Lindiwe Sisulu, Minister for Human Settlements: former Chief of Staff in Zuma's Presidency...


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