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Jeffery Thamsanqa Radebe (Jeff)

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


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Calling labour's bluff

Privatisation plans released in August by Public Enterprises Minister Jeff Radebe failed to impress either workers, employers or the financial markets...


Talking left, acting right

Other cabinet ministers who work on aspects of restructuring - privatisation (Jeff Radebe, SACP Politbureau member and Public Enterprise Minister), civil service restructuring and downsizing (Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi, SACP Deputy Chairperson and Public Service and Administration Minister) and labour-market deregulation (Membathisi Mdladlana, former trades unionist and Minister of Labour) have mastered the routine of talking left and acting right...


Come in, it's private

Public Enterprises Minister Jeff Radebe announced on 14 April that restructuring state assets would be completed by the end of the government's term in 2004...


Betting on the market

Although Manuel and Public Enterprises Minister Jeff Radebe are speeding up privatisation over the next three years, their programme won't generate anything like the $12 bn...


Ten years after, another revolution

Four ministers leading the charge for Mbekonomics are SACP members: Trade Minister Alec Erwin (liberalising trade and ending protection), Public Service Minister Fraser-Moleketi (cutting the state payroll), Public Enterprises Minister Jeff Radebe (selling assets) and Labour Minister Mdladlana (rewriting labour law)...


Down to work

Jeff Radebe of the SACP Central Committee oversees the privatisation of state assets as Minister of Public Enterprises...


Mbeki the mystery

The appointment of Jeff Radebe as Public Enterprises Minister is novel, bringing in a leading light of the South African Communist Party to oversee the already sluggish privatisation programme...


The ANC's front line

Six cabinet ministers: Sydney Mufamadi (Safety and Security), Tito Mboweni (Labour), Jeff Radebe, SACP (Public Works), Zola Skweyiya (Public Service and Administration), Steve Tshwete (Sport) and Dr Nkosazana Zuma (Health)...


Back to the kraal

The ANC appears to be regaining the initiative in Buthelezi's home province: by exploiting its power at the centre to push through development projects there (Public Works Minister Jeff Radebe was a long-time ANC activist in kwaZulu/Natal); by working more closely with minority parties (National Party and Democratic Party); and by trying to hold together (at President Nelson Mandela's insistence) a series of shaky peace deals with Inkatha...


Mandela's front line

Public Works Minister Jeff Radebe: ANC troubleshooter from kwaZulu-Natal, pushing hard for major 'new deal' public works and job creation programme; difficult negotiations ahead on wage deals with unions...


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