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Angela Thoko Didiza

Date of Birth: 2 June 1965
Place of Birth: Durban


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Pushing Zuma to the exit

Fikile Mbalula, current police minister and Dlamini-Zuma supporter, would get the Sports portfolio; Bheki Cele, the former national police commissioner and Ramaphosa backer is punted to get the Police Ministry; Thoko Didiza, whom Zuma tried to install as Tshwane Mayor, is proposed as Public Works Minister...


ANC unruffled by DA surge

This comes amid widespread anger over the choice of former Agriculture Minister Thoko Didiza, who has no political base there and is not from the area, as the Gauteng branch's mayoral candidate...


The ANC’s top hundred

A few loyalists of former President Thabo Mbeki made the list: this includes former Public Works Minister Angela Thoko Didiza, who is at number 15...


No holds barred

They are: Mbeki, Foreign Minister Dlamini-Zuma, National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete, Public Works Minister Thoko Didiza, Gauteng former Safety and Security chief Jesse Duarte, ANC former Deputy Secretary General Thenjiwe Mtintso and Phoebe Potgieter for Women’s League General Secretary...


The race for the presidency heats up as business joins in

Other shares have gone to spouses of key individuals on the ANC's NEC, including Nompumelelo Maduna, wife of the former Justice Minister, Penuell Maduna; Thuthukile Skweyiya, wife of Welfare Minister and party elder Zola Skweyiya; and Thami Didiza, husband of Thoko Didiza, Minister of Public Works, as well as to Thabo Mbeki's wife, Zanele Mbeki...


Women in power

Angela Thoko Didiza: born 1965, Minister of Public Works since May 2006; she saw this as demotion from Agriculture and Land Affairs, which she had headed since 1999...


Head to head

Former parliament Speaker Frene Ginwala and Public Works Minister Thoko Didiza reported to the NEC on 27 May that Zuma had damaged the ANC's image and moral standing...


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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