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Dr Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu

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


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Foreign policy flip-flops

Formally, foreign policy is made in a cabinet cluster chaired by Defence Minister Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu including the Ministers of International Cooperation, Defence and State Security...


Zuma's front-line diplomats

Lindiwe Sisulu, Defence Minister: an international relations researcher; she is struggling to placate ANC factions in Parliament and among veterans over spending pledges...


Zuma and the securocrats

Supporters of Defence Minister Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu have urged Zuma to nominate her as his candidate if he does not stand himself and have promised him protection against future prosecution...


Veterans with influence

Their discontent could also derail Zuma’s bid for a second term,and even a possible presidential bid by the Defence Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu...


Election results keep Zuma in contention

League leaders Zuma may also switch the Foreign and Defence portfolios to bring Lindiwe Sisulu closer, free her from battles with the military and beef up his much criticised foreign policy...


Who’s who in Zumaland

Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu: The mastermind of Zuma’s presidential campaign is a daughter of the late African National Congress legend Walter Sisulu and hopes to succeed Zuma as a reward...


Zuma’s first-term casualties

The only ministers to sign the performance contracts were the President’s close allies – S’bu Ndebele (Transport), Sicelo Shiceka (Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs), Lindiwe Sisulu (Defence) and Nathi Mthethwa (Police)...

Lindiwe Sisulu, Zuma’s close ally, has proposed using the army for a youth volunteer scheme...


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