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Minister of Environmental Affairs

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minister of Environmental Affairs
Incumbent
Vacant

since 22 September 2018
Appointer Jacob Zuma
Inaugural holder Buyelwa Sonjica
Formation 10 May 2009
Deputy Barbara Thomson
Salary R1,811,142[1]
Website www.info.gov.za/leaders/ministers/water.htm

The Minister of Environmental Affairs is the member of the Cabinet of South Africa with responsibility for the Department of Environmental Affairs.

The post was created by President Jacob Zuma, in his cabinet announced on 10 May 2009; it partially replaced the posts of Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism and Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry.[2] The first holder of the position was Buyelwa Sonjica; the incumbent is Edna Molewa of the African National Congress, who replaced Ms Sonjica in a cabinet reshuffle on 31 October 2010.[3] It has also been described as one of the most efficient ministries currently in South Africa.

Office Holders

No. Name Party Term Department name
1. Kader Asmal ANC 1994-1999 Water Affairs and Forestry
2. Ronnie Kasrils ANC 1999-2004 Water Affairs and Forestry
3. Buyelwa Sonjica ANC 2004-2006 Water Affairs and Forestry
4. Lindiwe Hendricks ANC 2006-2009 Water Affairs and Forestry
5. Buyelwa Sonjica ANC 2009-2010[4] Water and Environmental Affairs
6. Edna Molewa ANC 2010-2018 Environmental Affairs

See also

References

  1. ^ "Determination of salaries and allowance of the Deputy President, Ministers and Deputy Ministers" (PDF). Government Gazette of South Africa. Government Printer. 545 (33780): 3–5. 2010. Retrieved 1 April 2011.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Statement by President Jacob Zuma on the appointment of the new Cabinet" (Press release). Government Communication and Information System. 10 May 2009. Archived from the original on 13 May 2009. Retrieved 1 April 2011.
  3. ^ "Zuma announces cabinet reshuffle". IOL. 31 October 2010. Retrieved 1 April 2011.
  4. ^ "DWS: Previous Ministers". Department of Water and Sanitation. Retrieved 3 July 2018.

External links

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