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Naledi Grace Mandisa Pandor

Date of Birth: 07/12/1953
Place of Birth: Durban


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Not yet Team Ramaphosa

It was frustrating for Ramaphosa's supporters that he failed to get backing for either of his preferred female candidates for the deputy presidency: Lindiwe Sisulu or Naledi Pandor...

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 ...


Zuma goes down fighting

The appointment of former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan as Minister of Public Enterprises or Intelligence, Naledi Pandor to Justice, former ANC Treasurer-General Zweli Mkhize to Finance, Jeff Radebe to Dirco and Bheki Cele to Police would send a strong signal that Ramaphosa is serious about fundamental change...


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

Naledi Pandor, who unsuccessfully ran as Ramaphosa's deputy on the ANC presidential slate, would remain Science and Technology Minister; Ayanda Dlodlo, sacked by Zuma from the Communications Ministry, would become Minister for Public Services...


The countdown begins

Ramaphosa had announced that the Science and Technology Minister, Naledi Pandor, was his preferred running mate (AC Vol 58 No 23, The race gets uglier)...


The race gets uglier

Mantashe found himself having to reprimand Ramaphosa publicly on 6 November when Ramaphosa announced his 'slate', which included Mantashe for the ANC chair slot and veteran Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor for post of deputy...


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

Prominent supporters included Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi, Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi, Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu, former Chief Whip Mathole Motshekga, ex-Speaker Max Sisulu and former Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni...


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...


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