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Minister of Employment and Labour

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South Africa
Minister of Employment and Labour
Flag of South Africa.svg
Incumbent
Thulas Nxesi

since 30 May 2019
Department of Labour
Style[[The Horrible ]]
AppointerCyril Ramaphosa
Inaugural holderFrederic Creswell
Formation19 June 1924
DeputyBoitumelo Moloi
SalaryR2,211,937[1]
WebsiteDepartment of Labour

The Minister of Employment and Labour is a Minister in the Cabinet of South Africa.

List of Past Ministers

Minister of Labour, 1924-1935

Name Portrait Term Party Prime Minister
Frederic Creswell
Kolonel Cresswell.jpg
19 June 1924 1925 LP J.B.M. Hertzog
(I) (II)
Thomas Boydell
Thomas Boydell.jpg
1925 14 June 1929
Frederic Creswell
Kolonel Cresswell.jpg
14 June 1929 17 May 1933
Adriaan Fourie
Adriaan Fourie.jpg
17 May 1933 1935 UP J.B.M. Hertzog
(III)

Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, 1935-1937

Name Portrait Term Party Prime Minister
Adriaan Fourie
Adriaan Fourie.jpg
1935 1936 UP J.B.M. Hertzog
(III)
J.F.H. Hofmeyer
Hofmeyr.jpg
1936 1937

Minister of Labour, 1937-1976

Name Portrait Term Party Prime Minister
J.F.H. Hofmeyer
Hofmeyr.jpg
1937 18 May 1938 UP J.B.M. Hertzog
(III) (IV)
Harry Lawrence
HG Lawrence.jpg
18 May 1938 5 September 1939
Walter Madeley
Walter Madeley.jpg
5 September 1939 1945 LP Jan Smuts
(takes office after Hertzog resignation)
Jan Smuts
(III)
C.F. Steyn
Colin Fraser Steyn.jpg
1945 26 May 1948 UP
B.J. Schoeman
BJSchoeman.jpg
26 May 1948 1954 HNP D.F. Malan
(I) (II)
Jan de Klerk
Jan de Klerk.jpg
1954 8 October 1961
NP Strydom
(I)
Hendrik Verwoerd
(takes office after Strydom's death)
A.E. Trollip
AE Trollip.jpg
8 October 1961 30 March 1966 NP Hendrik Verwoerd
(I) (II)
Marais Viljoen
Marais Viljoen.jpg
30 March 1966 1976
B.J. Vorster
(takes office after Verwoerd's death)
NP B.J. Vorster
(I) (II)

Minister of Manpower Utilisation, 1976-1994

Name Portrait Term Party President
(since 1984)
S.P. Botha
Fanie Botha.jpg
1976 15 November 1983 NP B.J. Vorster
(II) (III)
NP P.W. Botha
(I) (II)
Unknown 15 November 1983 6 September 1989
Gene Louw 6 September 1989 1992 NP F.W. de Klerk
(I)
Unknown 1992 10 May 1994

Minister of Labour, 1994-2019

Name Portrait Term Party President
Tito Mboweni 10 May 1994 14 June 1999 ANC Nelson Mandela
(Government of National Unity)
Membathisi Mdladlana 14 June 1999 30 October 2010 ANC Thabo Mbeki
(I) (II)
Kgalema Motlanthe
(takes office after Mbeki resigns)
Jacob Zuma
(I) (II)
Mildred Oliphant 1 November 2010 29 May 2019 ANC

Minister of Employment of Labour, 2019-present

Name Portrait Term Party President
Thulas Nxesi 30 May 2019 Present ANC Cyril Ramaphosa
(II)

References

External links

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