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South Africa

Naledi Grace Mandisa Pandor

Date of Birth: 7 December 1953
Place of Birth: Durban

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A loyalist cabinet

Only six ministers from his 2009 cabinet retain their posts: Angie Motshekga and Blade Nzimande at the two Education portfolios Maite Nkoana-Mashabane at International Relations Rob Davies at Trade and Industry Ebrahim Patel at Economic Development and Naledi Pandor at Science and Technology...

Purges and placements

Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor a Zuma-ally was elected head of the Education and Health Committee replacing KwaZulu-Natal Premier Zweli Mkhize the party’s new Treasurer...

Zuma’s campaign pays off

Eastern Cape also wants current Chairwoman Baleka Mbete to serve again with Mantashe as Secretary General Jessie Duarte (a Zuma ally) as Deputy Secretary General and Naledi Pandor as Treasurer General...

All about the jobs

Mbeki who is said to favour a female successor has appointed women as high-profile Ministers for Public-Sector Workers (Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi) Education (Naledi Pandor) and Housing (Lindiwe Sisulu)...

Sour Mango

Of 28 cabinet ministers twelve are women (9 in the last cabinet): Thoko Didiza (Agriculture & Land) Ivy Matsepe Casaburri (Communications) Naledi Pandor (Education) Dlamini-Zuma Manto Tshabalala-Msimang (Health) Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula (Home Affairs) Lindiwe Sisulu (Housing) Bridgette Mabandla (Justice) Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka (Mines) Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi (Public Service) Stella Sigcau (Public Works) and Buyi Sonjica (Water)...

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