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Minister of Arts and Culture

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South Africa
Minister of Arts and Culture
Flag of South Africa.svg
Incumbent
Nathi Mthethwa

since 26 May 2014
Style The Honourable
Appointer Jacob Zuma
Inaugural holder Pallo Jordan
Formation 29 April 2004
Deputy Maggie Sotyu
Salary R2,211,937[1]
Website Arts and Culture

The Minister of Arts and Culture is a Minister of the Cabinet of South Africa who is responsible for overseeing the Department of Arts and Culture. The portfolio was created on 29 April 2004 on the appointment of the second Cabinet of President Thabo Mbeki, when the Arts, Culture, Science and Technology portfolio was divided into two.[2] As of 26 May 2014 the incumbent minister is Nathi Mthethwa and his deputy is Rejoice Thizwilondi Mabudafhasi.

Institutions

Apart from the Department of Arts and Culture, the following institutions also report to the minister:[3]

List of Past Ministers

Minister of Education, Arts and Science, 1949-1989

Name Portrait Term Party Prime Minister
J.H. Viljoen
JHViljoen.JPG
1949 16 April 1958 NP D.F. Malan
(I) (II)
J.J. Serfontein
JJSerfontein.jpg
16 April 1958 8 October 1961 NP Hans Strydom
(I)
Hendrik Verwoerd
(takes office after Strydom's death)
8 October 1961 1970 NP Hendrik Verwoerd
(I) (II)
B.J. Vorster
(takes office after Verwoerd's death)
1970 1981 NP B.J. Vorster
(I) (II) (III)
1981 1989 NP P.W. Botha
(I) (II)

Minister of Education and Culture, 1989-1994

Name Portrait Term Party Prime Minister
Piet Clase 1989 1991 NP F.W. de Klerk
(I)
Piet Marais 1991 10 May 1994

Minister of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology, 1994-2004

Name Portrait Term Party President
10 May 1994 18 June 1999 ANC Nelson Mandela
(Government of National Unity)
Ben Ngubane 18 June 1999 29 April 2004 ANC Thabo Mbeki
(I)

Minister of Arts and Culture, 2004-present

Name Portrait Term Party President
Pallo Jordan 29 April 2004 22 April 2009 ANC Thabo Mbeki
(II)
Kgalema Motlanthe
(takes office after Mbeki resigns)
Lulama Xingwana
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22 April 2009 30 October 2010 ANC Jacob Zuma
(I) (II)
Paul Mashatile
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30 October 2010 7 May 2014
Nathi Mthethwa 24 May 2014 Incumbent

References

  1. ^ "Determination salaries and allowances of the Deputy President, Ministers and Deputy Ministers", Proclamation No. 3 of 2015.
  2. ^ "Mbeki announces new cabinet". iafrica.com. 29 April 2004. Retrieved 22 January 2010. 
  3. ^ Annual Report 2009–2009 (PDF). Department of Arts and Culture. p. 8. ISBN 978-1-919965-11-6. 

External links

This page was last edited on 27 February 2018, at 18:46.
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