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Faith Muthambi

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The Honourable
Faith Muthambi
Minister of Communications, Telecommunications and Postal Services.
In office
31 March 2017 – 26 February 2018
PresidentJacob Zuma
Cyril Ramaphosa
Succeeded byAyanda Dlodlo
Minister of Communications
In office
26 May 2014 – 31 March 2017
PresidentJacob Zuma
DeputyStella Ndabeni-Abrahams
Preceded byYunus Carrim
Succeeded byAyanda Dlodlo
Personal details
Political partyAfrican National Congress

Azwihangwisi Faith Muthambi is the former Minister of Public Service and Administration and former Minister of Communications of South Africa.[1]

Muthambi held a number of positions prior to her appointment to President Jacob Zuma's cabinet in 2014:

  • Member of SANSCO (1989-1990);
  • Tshimbupfe ANCYL branch Secretary (1991-1992);
  • Executive Committee member of Tshimbupfe ANC branch (1992-1993);
  • Deputy Secretary of the Vuwani Zone (1993-1999);
  • REC member of Vhembe ANCYL (2003-2005);
  • Provincial Treasurer ANCYL, Limpopo (2005-2008);
  • ANC WL PEC member, Limpopo (2008-to-date);
  • REC Member of the ANC Vhembe region (2006-to-date);
  • Member of Parliament of South Africa and the Pan African Parliament (April 2009 – Present); and
  • ANC Whip on Communication Portfolio Committee.

She was one of the seven ANC MPs who were nominated for the ad hoc committee to consider President Jacob Zuma‘s submissions on the public protector’s report on his Nkandla home.

Muthambi holds a B Proc from the University of Venda (1993-1996), and various other certifications and qualifications from UPTA, Wits Business School and UNIVEN.

An ad hoc Parliamentary committee found Muthambi "incompetent" and guilty of misleading parliament, which is a criminal offence. She also failed to attend a meeting where she was supposed to explain the R300,000 she spent on transport costs for friends and family to watch her deliver a speech. .[2] She has also failed to attend a meeting in order to account for her personal staff of 27 (many of whom are the children of friends of hers), when the ministerial handbook limits this figure to 10.[3]


  1. ^ "Who is Faith Muthambi?". 2014-05-26. Retrieved 2014-05-26.
  2. ^ Gerber, Jan (21 August 2017). "'Incompetent' Faith Muthambi 'tried to mislead Parliament'". Retrieved 21 August 2017.
  3. ^ Gerber, Jan (22 August 2017). "Another week without Faith in Parliament". Retrieved 23 August 2017.

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