President Ramaphosa Appoints Nxesi as Acting Public Service Minister

Ms Ayanda Dlodlo was appointed Minister for the Public Service and Administration from 05 August 2021, by President Cyril Ramaphosa


President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Thulas Nxesi, the minister of jobs and labour, as acting minister of public service and administration.


Ayanda Dlodlo, the country’s former minister of public service and administration, has been appointed to the World Bank’s board of directors in Washington.


“President Cyril Ramaphosa thanks minister Dlodlo who has served government and the nation in various leadership roles, including, since 2017, four ministerial portfolios of communications, home affairs, state security and public service and administration.


“The president wishes the former minister well in her new responsibility in which she will be one of three board members representing the interests of 25 African member states,” the presidency said.
Nxesi will continue to fulfill his duties as Minister of Employment and Labour.

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Ms Ayanda Dlodlo currently holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) amongst a number of postgraduate qualifications in Management Development, Business Management and Executive Development Programmes.

She has held several senior positions in various institutions such as Telkom, Spoornet, Sanlam, and most notably at the Department of Community Safety as the Head of Department and as Deputy Head in the Directorate of Special Operations (Scorpions).


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