President Ramaphosa has finally announced his much anticipated Cabinet reshuffle on Monday night, 27 March 2018. While come changes have been widely applauded: Nhlanhla Nene back as Finance Minister and Pravin Gordhan in Public Enterprises; others such as Bathabile Dlamini as Minister in the Presidency for Women produced an outcry from many quarters.
There have been some interesting changes and South Africans will certainly be watching the performance of the new Cabinet very closely. It's a good thing that keeping up with the changes in Parliament and the Executive is made easy with our complete MP profile list here.
See infographic below for more on the changes to the national executive:
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