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Derek Andre Hanekom

Date of Birth: 13 January 1953
Place of Birth: Cape Town


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Cyril wins a battle over graft

Serving officials who are not under pressure to step aside include deputy finance minister David Masondo who is accused of abusing the criminal justice system to get back at his girlfriend; Khumbudzo Ntshavheni Minister of Small Business Development who has a high court judgment against her; Thandi Modise National Assembly Speaker who was charged with cruelty to animals and Derek Hanekom who by his own admission conspired with the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to topple Zuma; deputy Minister of Public Service and Administration Sindisiwe Chikunga; and Zizi Kodwa deputy Minister of State Security...


Graft puts ANC on the spot

In what is believed to be the country's first 'online rally' more than 300 ANC veterans business and church leaders and anti-corruption activists took part in a spirited meeting on 21 August addressed by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela former ANC Cabinet Minister Derek Hanekom respected anti-apartheid church leader and former head of the presidency under Thabo Mbeki the Reverend Frank Chikane and leading organised business leader Sandile Zungu of the Black Business Council...


Not yet Team Ramaphosa

Government at a glance President: Cyril Ramaphosa Deputy President: David 'DD' Mabuza Minister in the Presidency: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Minister for Women and Disability: Bathabile Dlamini Finance: Nhlanhla Nene Deputy: Mondli Gungubele Energy: Jeff Radebe State Security: Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba Public Enterprise: Pravin Gordhan Home Affairs: Malusi Gigaba DIRCO – International Relations and Cooperation: Lindiwe Sisulu Deputy: Reginah Mhaule DPW – Public Works: Thulas Nxesi Water Affairs and Sanitation: Gugile Nkwinti Transport: Blade Nzimande Sports and Recreation: Tokozile Xasa Communications: Nomvula Mokonyane Deputy: Pinky Kekana Social Development: Susan Shabangu Mineral Resources: Gwede Mantashe COGTA – Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs: Zweli Mkhize Science and Technology: Nkhensani Kubayi-Ngubane Police: Bheki Cele Higher Education: Naledi Pandor Basic Education: Angie Motshekga Defence and Military Veterans: Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula Small Business Development: Lindiwe Zulu Deputy: Cassel Mathale Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries: Senzeni Zokwana Deputy: Sfiso Buthelezi Human Settlements: Nomaindia Mfeketo Rural Development and Land Reform: Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Public Service and Administration: Ayanda Dlodlo Deputy: Chana Pilane-Majake Economic Development: Ebrahim Patel Trade and Industry: Rob Davies Tourism: Derek Hanekom Health: Aaron Motsoaledi Telecommunications: Siyabonga Cwele Labour: Mildred Oliphant Justice and Correctional Services: Tshililo Masutha ...


Big change, no fanfare

He is likely to be joined by those who have led the campaign to have Zuma recalled at various NEC meetings: David Masondo Bheki Cele Derek Hanekom Aaron Motsoaledi Naledi Pandor and Joel Netshitenzhe...


Pushing Zuma to the exit

Lindiwe Zulu a Zuma ally would be retained as Minister for Small Businesses; Derek Hanekom fired by Zuma as Tourism Minister after publicly criticising his presidency wants to return to the Tourism portfolio; Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams former Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and a Ramaphosa supporter is likely to get the Telecommunications portfolio; Lulu Johnson a former ANC Youth League President and Zuma critic would become Water and Sanitation Minister...


Can the usurpers unite?

His targets are the most outspoken MPs such as sacked Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan former Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom KwaZulu-Natal MP Makhosi Khoza and former Ekurhuleni mayor Mondli Gungubele...


The numbers game next year

Topping the list of officials that Zuma plans to remove are: • Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan who with his Deputy Mcebisi Jonas and Director General of Treasury Lungisa Fuzile have blocked pressure for more patronage projects (AC Vol 57 No 24 Gordhan in ratings war); • Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom who led the rebellion against Zuma at the NEC; • Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor; • Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi; • National Education Minister and leader of the South African Communist Party (SACP) Blade Nzimande who made a scathing attack on Zuma on 9 December...


Clinging to the wreckage

Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom led the anti-Zuma charge at the NEC meeting with a motion to have Zuma recalled for misconduct if he refused to resign...


Purges and placements

The head of the National Disciplinary Committee Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom kept his job: he worked to expel Zuma’s opponent Julius Malema...


The leadership race opens up

On 19 May at a symposium for the late Walter Sisulu Derek Hanekom the Deputy Minister for Science and Technology and NEC member called on Ramaphosa to run arguing that the party needed leaders of his ‘calibre’...


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