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Jeffery Thamsanqa Radebe (Jeff)

Date of Birth: 18/02/1953
Place of Birth: Cato Manor, Durban


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On the verge of a nervous breakdown

When Lekota published his first open letter criticising the ANC leadership, the Zuma team mandated Jeff Radebe, the Transport Minister, to fire off a rebuke...


The new men in place

In fact, it appears that former leaders of the SACP – those more closely aligned with Mbeki and who are in his current cabinet, such as Public Enterprises Minister Alec Erwin and Transport Minister Jeff Radebe – are now much closer to the Chinese Communist Party than the current SACP leadership...


Putting the country to work

At the same time, he astutely put leftists in charge of controversial policies, such as privatisation (run by Jeff Radebe from the SACP), trade liberalisation (by Alec Erwin from Cosatu) and social welfare reform (Minister of Public Service and Administration Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi)...


A Communist manifestation - the return of the left

Transport Minister Jeff Radebe, who in a previous post oversaw the government's privatisation programme, was the only Mbeki ally who sought re-election to the SACP's Central Executive...

The President often uses left-wingers to draft controversial economic policies - Jeff Radebe on privatisation, Alec Erwin on trade policy, Jabu Moleketi on labour-market reforms - as their political pedigree helps to sell the ideas to the party...


Women in power

Impeccably dressed and connected, she is married to Transport Minister Jeff Radebe and sister of mining magnate Patrice Motsepe...


Who makes the shirts?

When he was Minister for Public Enterprises, senior SACP leader Jeff Radebe visited China to learn how it has privatised and restructured state-owned companies...


Deep drift

The model was Patrice Motsepe, boss of African Rainbow Minerals (and a brother-in-law of Public Enterprises Minister Jeff Radebe) who re-opens abandoned gold shafts...


Congress gets scratchy

Delegates rejected the pro-privatisation Minister of Public Enterprises, Jeff Radebe, and Minister of State Essop Pahad, Mbeki's confidant, who were seeking re-election to the SACP Central Committee...


Sell if you can

The Minister in charge was Jeff Radebe, at Public Enterprises, and Nabera's Chairperson was his wife, Bridgette...


Unions fight privatisation ideology

Six members of the SACP's 25-strong Central Committee are in cabinet: Chairperson Charles Nqakula; his deputy, Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi; Jeff Radebe; Essop Pahad (Minister in the Office of the President and Mbeki's personal enforcer); Sydney Mufamadi; and Ronnie Kasrils...


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