History of the Cabinet of South Africa

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For the composition of the current Cabinet, see Cabinet of South Africa.

Cabinet from 2013 to date[edit]

On July 9th 2013, President Jacob Zuma fired Communications Minister Dina Pule, replacing her with former Co-operative Government and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister Yunis Carriem. He also relieved Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale with Connie September while Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Richard Baloyi was replaced by Lechesa Tsenoli. A number of Deputy Ministers were also re-appointed to different ministries, Andries Nel (Cooperative governance and Traditional Affairs), John Jeffrey (Justice), Pamela Tshwete (rural development and land reform) and Michael Masutha (Science and Technology).[1] Apart from Pieter Mulder (Vrijheid Front+), all ministers are members of the ANC or SACP.

Portfolio Minister Deputy Minister(s) Department(s)
President of South Africa Jacob Zuma - -
Deputy President of South Africa Kgalema Motlanthe - -
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Tina Joemat-Peterson Pieter Mulder Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Arts and Culture Paul Mashatile Joe Phaahla Arts and Culture
Basic Education Angie Motshekga Enver Surty Basic Education
Communications Yunus Carrim Thembisa Stella Ndabeni Communications
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Lechesa Tsenoli Andries Nel Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Correctional Services S'bu Ndebele Ngoako Ramathlodi Correctional Services
Defence and Military Veterans Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula Thabang Makwetla Defence, Military Veterans
Economic Development Ebrahim Patel Hlengiwe Mkhize Economic Development
Energy Ben Martins Barbara Thompson Energy
Finance Pravin Gordhan Nhlanhla Nene Treasury, Stats SA
Health Aaron Motsoaledi Gwen Ramokgopa Health
Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande Mduduzi Manana Higher Education and Training
Home Affairs Naledi Pandor Fatima Chohan Home Affairs
Human Settlements Connie September Zou Kota Human Settlements
International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim, Marius Fransman International Relations and Cooperation
Justice and Constitutional Development Jeff Radebe John Jeffery Justice and Constitutional Development
Labour Mildred Oliphant Labour
Mineral Resources Susan Shabangu Godfrey Oliphant Mineral Resources
Police Nathi Mthethwa Makhotso Sotyu Police, ICD
Public Enterprises Malusi Gigaba Gratitude Magwanishe Public Enterprises
Public Service and Administration Lindiwe Sisulu Ayanda Dlodlo Public Service and Administration, PSC, PALAMA
Public Works Thembelani Nxesi Jeremy Cronin Public Works
Rural Development and Land Reform Gugile Nkwinti Pamela Tshwete Rural Development and Land Reform
Science and Technology Derek Hanekom Michael Masutha Science and Technology
Social Development Bathabile Dlamini Maria Ntuli Social Development
Sport and Recreation Fikile Mbalula Gert Oosthuizen Sport and Recreation
State Security Siyabonga Cwele State Security Agency
Minister in the Presidency for the National Planning Commission Trevor Manuel National Planning Commission
Minister in the Presidency for Performance Monitoring
and Evaluation as well as Administration in the Presidency
Collins Chabane Obed Bapela The Presidency, GCIS
Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk Thozile Xasa Tourism
Trade and Industry Rob Davies Thandi Tobias, Elizabeth Thabethe Trade and Industry
Transport Dipuo Peters Sindiswe Chikunga Transport
Water and Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa Rejoice Mabhudafhasi Water Affairs, Environmental Affairs
Women, Children and People with Disabilities Lulu Xingwana Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu Women, Children and People with Disabilities

Cabinet from 2011 to 2012[edit]

In a reshuffle on 24 October 2011, two ministers were removed, two were reassigned to new portfolios, two deputy ministers were promoted to ministers, two deputy ministers were reassigned, and two new deputy ministers were appointed.[2]

Cabinet from 2010 to 2011[edit]

On 31 October 2010 President Zuma announced a reshuffle in which two Ministers were reassigned, seven were replaced, and seventeen new Deputy Ministers were appointed.[3]

Portfolio Minister Deputy Minister(s) Department(s)
President of South Africa Jacob Zuma
Deputy President of South Africa Kgalema Motlanthe
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Tina Joemat-Peterson Pieter Mulder Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Arts and Culture Paul Mashatile Joe Phaahla Arts and Culture
Basic Education Angie Motshekga Enver Surty Basic Education
Communications Roy Padayachie Obed Bapela Communications
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Sicelo Shiceka Yunus Carrim Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Correctional Services Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula Ngoako Ramathlodi Correctional Services
Defence and Military Veterans Lindiwe Sisulu Thabang Makwetla Defence and Military Veterans
Economic Development Ebrahim Patel Enoch Godongwana Economic Development
Energy Dipuo Peters Barbara Thompson Energy
Finance Pravin Gordhan Nhlanhla Nene Treasury, Stats SA
Health Aaron Motsoaledi Gwen Ramokgopa Health
Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande Higher Education and Training
Home Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Fatima Chohan Home Affairs
Human Settlements Tokyo Sexwale Zou Kota Human Settlements
International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim, Sue van der Merwe International Relations and Cooperation
Justice and Constitutional Development Jeff Radebe Andries Nel Justice and Constitutional Development
Labour Mildred Oliphant Labour
Mineral Resources Susan Shabangu Godfrey Oliphant Mineral Resources
Police Nathi Mthethwa Makhotso Sotyu Police, ICD
Public Enterprises Malusi Gigaba Enoch Godongwana Public Enterprises
Public Service and Administration Richard Baloyi Ayanda Dlodlo Public Service and Administration, PSC, PALAMA
Public Works Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde Ben Martins Public Works
Rural Development and Land Reform Gugile Nkwinti Thembelani Nxesi Rural Development and Land Reform
Science and Technology Naledi Pandor Derek Hanekom Science and Technology
Social Development Bathabile Dlamini Maria Ntuli Social Development
Sport and Recreation Fikile Mbalula Gert Oosthuizen Sport and Recreation
State Security Siyabonga Cwele State Security Agency
Minister in the Presidency for the National Planning Commission Trevor Manuel National Planning Commission
Minister in the Presidency for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation as well as Administration in the Presidency Collins Chabane Dina Pule The Presidency, GCIS
Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk Thozile Xasa Tourism
Trade and Industry Rob Davies Thandi Tobias, Elizabeth Thabethe Trade and Industry
Transport S'bu Ndebele Jeremy Cronin Transport
Water and Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa Rejoice Mabhudafhasi Water Affairs, Environmental Affairs
Women, Youth, Children and People with Disabilities Lulu Xingwana Women, Youth, Children and People with Disabilities

Cabinet from 2009 to 2010[edit]

Following his election as President, Jacob Zuma announced his first Cabinet on 10 May 2009. On 31 October 2010 he announced a reshuffle in which 9 Ministers were replaced and a new Deputy Minister was announced.

Portfolio Minister Deputy Minister(s) Department(s)
President of South Africa Jacob Zuma
Deputy President of South Africa Kgalema Motlanthe
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Tina Joemat-Peterson Pieter Mulder Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Arts and Culture Lulu Xingwana Paul Mashatile Arts and Culture
Basic Education Angie Motshekga Enver Surty Basic Education
Communications Siphiwe Nyanda Dina Pule Communications
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Sicelo Shiceka Yunus Carrim Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Correctional Services Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula Hlengiwe Mkhize Correctional Services
Defence and Military Veterans Lindiwe Sisulu Thabang Makwetla Defence and Military Veterans
Economic Development Ebrahim Patel Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde Economic Development
Energy Dipuo Peters Energy
Finance Pravin Gordhan Nhlanhla Nene Treasury, Stats SA
Health Aaron Motsoaledi Molefi Sefularo Health
Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande Higher Education and Training
Home Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Malusi Gigaba Home Affairs
Human Settlements Tokyo Sexwale Zou Kota Human Settlements
International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim, Sue van der Merwe International Relations and Cooperation
Justice and Constitutional Development Jeff Radebe Andries Nel Justice and Constitutional Development
Labour Membathisi Mdladlana Labour
Mining Susan Shabangu Mineral Resources
Police Nathi Mthethwa Fikile Mbalula Police, ICD
Public Enterprises Barbara Hogan Enoch Godongwana Public Enterprises
Public Service and Administration Richard Baloyi Roy Padayachie Public Service and Administration, PSC, PALAMA
Public Works Geoff Doidge Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu Public Works
Rural Development and Land Reform Gugile Nkwinti Joe Phaahla Rural Development and Land Reform
Science and Technology Naledi Pandor Derek Hanekom Science and Technology
Social Development Edna Molewa Bathabile Dlamini Social Development
Sport and Recreation Makhenkesi Stofile Gert Oosthuizen Sport and Recreation
State Security Siyabonga Cwele State Security Agency
Minister in the Presidency for the National Planning Commission Trevor Manuel National Planning Commission
Minister in the Presidency for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation as well as Administration in the Presidency Collins Chabane The Presidency, GCIS
Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk Thozile Xasa Tourism
Trade and Industry Rob Davies Thandi Tobias, Maria Ntuli Trade and Industry
Transport S'bu Ndebele Jeremy Cronin Transport
Water and Environmental Affairs Buyelwa Sonjica Rejoice Mabhudafhasi Water Affairs, Environmental Affairs
Women, Youth, Children and People with Disabilities Noluthando Mayende-Sibiya Women, Youth, Children and People with Disabilities

Cabinet from 2008 to 2009[edit]

Following his election as President, Kgalema Motlanthe announced his Cabinet on 25 September 2008.[4] This Cabinet was replaced on 10 May 2009 by newly elected President Jacob Zuma.

Ministry / Portfolio Minister / Incumbent Deputy Minister(s) Department(s)
President of South Africa Kgalema Motlanthe
Deputy President of South Africa Baleka Mbete
Agriculture and Land Affairs Lulama Xingwana Dirk du Toit Agriculture, Land Affairs
Arts and Culture Pallo Jordan Ntombazana Botha Arts and Culture
Communications Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri, until her death on 6 April 2009; then Manto Tshabalala-Msimang (acting)[5] Radhakrishna Padayachie Communications
Correctional Services Ngconde Balfour Loretta Jacobus Correctional Services
Defence Charles Nqakula Fezile Bhengu Defence
Education Naledi Pandor Andre Gaum Education
Environmental Affairs and Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk Thizwilondi Mabudafhasi Environmental Affairs and Tourism
Finance Trevor Manuel Nhlanhla Nene Treasury, SARS, Stats SA
Foreign Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Fatima Hajaig, Susan van der Merwe Foreign Affairs
Health Barbara Hogan Molefi Sefularo Health
Home Affairs Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula Malusi Gigaba Home Affairs
Housing Lindiwe Sisulu Housing
Intelligence Services Siyabonga Cwele NIA, SASS
Justice and Constitutional Development Enver Surty Johnny de Lange Justice and Constitutional Development
Labour Membathisi Mdladlana Labour
Minerals and Energy Buyelwa Sonjica Minerals and Energy
Provincial and Local Government Sicelo Shiceka Nomatyala Hangana Provincial and Local Government
Public Enterprises Brigitte Mabandla Public Enterprises
Public Service and Administration Richard Baloyi Public Service and Administration, PSC, PALAMA
Public Works Geoff Doidge Ntopile Kganyago Public Works
Safety and Security Nathi Mthethwa Susan Shabangu Secretariat for Safety and Security, SAPS, ICD
Science and Technology Mosibudi Mangena Derek Hanekom Science and Technology
Social Development Zola Skweyiya Jean Swanson-Jacobs Social Development
Sport and Recreation Makhenkesi Stofile Gert Oosthuizen Sport and Recreation South Africa
The Presidency Manto Tshabalala-Msimang The Presidency, GCIS
Trade and Industry Mandisi Mpahlwa Rob Davies, Elizabeth Thabethe Trade and Industry
Transport Jeff Radebe Transport
Water Affairs and Forestry Lindiwe Hendricks Water Affairs and Forestry

Cabinet from 2004 to 2008[edit]

Following his election for a second term as President, Thabo Mbeki announced his Cabinet on 29 April 2004.[6]

He reshuffled elements of his Cabinet twice:

  • In June 2005 by replacing the Deputy President
  • In May 2006 due to the death of the Minister of Public Works, Stella Sigcau.

This Cabinet was replaced on 25 September 2008 by newly elected President Kgalema Motlanthe.

Ministry / Portfolio Minister / Incumbent
President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki
Deputy President of South Africa Jacob Zuma, relieved of his duties by Mbeki on 14 June 2005; from 22 June 2005, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.[7]
Agriculture and Land Affairs Thoko Didiza; from 22 May 2006, Lulama Xingwana[8]
Arts and Culture Pallo Jordan
Communications Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri
Correctional Services Ngconde Balfour
Defence Mosiuoa Lekota
Education Naledi Pandor
Environmental Affairs and Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk
Finance Trevor Manuel
Foreign Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
Health Manto Tshabalala-Msimang
Home Affairs Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula
Housing Lindiwe Sisulu
Intelligence Services Ronnie Kasrils
Justice and Constitutional Development Brigitte Mabandla
Labour Membathisi Mdladlana
Minerals and Energy Lindiwe Hendricks; from 22 May 2006, Patience Sonjica[8]
Provincial and Local Government Sydney Mufamadi
Public Enterprises Alex Erwin
Public Service and Administration Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi
Public Works Stella Sigcau until her death on 7 May 2006;[9] from 22 May 2006, Thoko Didiza[8]
Safety and Security Charles Nqakula
Science and Technology Mosibudi Mangena
Social Development Zola Skweyiya
Sport and Recreation Arnold Stofile
The Presidency Essop Pahad
Trade and Industry Mandisi Mpahlwa
Transport Jeff Radebe
Water Affairs and Forestry Patience Sonjica; from 22 May 2006, Lindiwe Hendricks[8]

Cabinet from 1999 to 2004[edit]

Following his election for a first term as President, Thabo Mbeki announced his Cabinet on 17 June 1999.[10]

This Cabinet was replaced on 29 April 2004 by Mbeki's second Cabinet.

Ministry / Portfolio Minister / Incumbent
President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki
Deputy President of South Africa Jacob Zuma
Agriculture and Land Affairs Thoko Didiza
Arts and Culture Ben Ngubane
Communications Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri
Correctional Services Ben Skosana
Defence Mosiuoa Lekota
Education Kader Asmal
Environmental Affairs and Tourism Valli Moosa
Finance Trevor Manuel
Foreign Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
Health Manto Tshabalala-Msimang
Home Affairs Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Housing Sankie Mthembi-Mahanyele
Intelligence Services Joe Nhlanhla
Justice and Constitutional Development Penuel Maduna
Labour Membathisi Mdladlana
Minerals and Energy Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
Provincial and Local Government Sydney Mufamadi
Public Enterprises Alex Erwin
Public Service and Administration Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi
Public Works Stella Sigcau
Safety and Security Steve Tshwete
Science and Technology Ben Ngubane
Social Development Zola Skweyiya
Sport and Recreation Ngconde Balfour
The Presidency Essop Pahad
Trade and Industry Alec Erwin
Transport Dullah Omar
Water Affairs and Forestry Ronnie Kasrils

Cabinet from 1994 to 1999[edit]

Following his election as the first president of democratic South Africa, Nelson Mandela announced his Cabinet on 11 May 1994.[11]

Cabinet changes and reshuffles:

  • Minister of Finance, Derek Keys, resigned in mid-1994 and was replaced by Chris Liebenberg[12]
  • Cabinet reshuffle in March / April 1996, following resignation of Chris Liebenberg
  • Cabinet reshuffle in May 1996, taking effect 1 July 1996, upon the withdrawal of the National Party (NP) from the Cabinet[13]
  • Replacement of Bantu Holomisa as Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism by Peter Mokaba in August 1996.[14]

This Cabinet was replaced on 17 June 1999 by newly elected President Thabo Mbeki.

Ministry / Portfolio Minister / Incumbent Deputy Minister(s)
President of South Africa Nelson Mandela
Deputy President of South Africa FW de Klerk, 1994 until July 1996 when the NP withdrew from the Cabinet. Thabo Mbeki, from 1994. From July 1996 to 1999 he served as Executive Deputy President.[13]
Agriculture, merged in July 1996 with Land to become Agriculture and Land[13] Kraai van Niekerk (Agriculture); from July 1996 Derek Hanekom (Agriculture and Land Affairs) – See Land Affairs below Thoko Msane-Didiza (Agriculture)
Arts, Culture, Science and Technology Ben Ngubane Winnie Mandela
Correctional Services Sipho Mzimela
Defence Joe Modise
Education Sibusiso Bengu Renier Schoeman
Environmental Affairs and Tourism Dawie de Villiers; from July 1996 Pallo Jordan[13] Bantu Holomisa; from August 1996 Peter Mokaba[14] (Environmental affairs)
Finance Derek Keys; from July 1994 Chris Liebenberg;[12] from April 1996 Trevor Manuel[15] Alec Erwin; from April 1996 Gill Marcus[16]
Foreign Affairs Alfred Nzo Aziz Pahad
General Affairs (position created in March 1996[17]) John Mavuso
Health Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
Home Affairs Mangosuthu Buthelezi Penuel Maduna
Housing Joe Slovo
Justice Dullah Omar Chris Fismer; from March 1996 Sheila Camerer[17]
Labour Tito Mboweni
Land Affairs; from July 1996 merged with Agriculture (see above) Derek Hanekom Tobie Meyer; from March–July 1996 Fanus Schoeman[17]
Minerals and Energy Pik Botha; from July 1996 Penuel Maduna[13] From April 1996, Susan Shabangu[16]
Posts, Telecommunications and Broadcasting Pallo Jordan; from April 1996 Jay Naidoo
Provincial Affairs and Constitutional Development Roelf Meyer; from July 1996 Valli Moosa[13] Valli Moosa (Provincial affairs) – until he became minister in July 1996
Public Enterprises Stella Sigcau
Public Service and Administration Zola Skweyiya
Public Works Jeff Radebe
Safety and Security Sidney Mufamadi Joe Matthews
Sport and Recreation Steve Tshwete
Trade and Industry Trevor Manuel; from April 1996 Alec Erwin[16] From April 1996, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
Transport Mac Maharaj
Water Affairs and Forestry Kader Asmal
Welfare and Population Development Abe Williams; from March 1996 Patrick McKenzie;[17] from July 1996 Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi[13] Sankie Nkondo (Welfare)
Minister without portfolio, for the Reconstruction and Development Programme Jay Naidoo until April 1996 when the RDP office was closed.[16]

Cabinet of F W de Klerk[edit]

The cabinet of FW de Klerk was in office from 16 August 1989 to 11 May 1994.

Ministry / Portfolio Minister / Incumbent Party Period
President of South Africa Frederik Willem de Klerk NP 1989–1994
Foreign Affairs Pik Botha NP 1989–1994
Minister of Development and Cooperation
Minister of Education
Gerrit Viljoen
Roelf Meyer
NP 1989 – 1992
1992 – 1994
Finance Barend du Plessis
Derek Keys
NP 1989 – 1992
1992 – 1994
Justice Kobie Coetsee NP 1989–1994
Defence Magnus Malan
Roelf Meyer
Gene Louw
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1992
1992 – 1993
1993 – 1994
Home Affairs Gene Louw
Louis Pienaar
Danie Schutte
NP 1989 – 1992
1992 – 1993
1993 – 1994
Transport George Bartlett
Piet Welgemoed
NP 1984 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1994
Minister of State Security Frederik Willem de Klerk NP 1989–1994
Minister of Law and Order Adriaan Vlok
Hernus Kriel
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1994
Minister of Prisons Adriaan Vlok NP 1991–1994
Agriculture and Fisheries Kraai van Niekerk NP 1990–1994
Minister of Planning and Provincial Affairs Hernus Kriel
Leon Wessels
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1992
Minister of Local Government Amie Venter
Leon Wessels
Tertius Delport
NP 1989 – 1992
1992 – 1993
1993 – 1994
Housing Sam de Beer
Leon Wessels
Louis Shill
NP 1989 – 1991
1992 – 1993
1993 – 1994
National Education Gene Louw
Louis Pienaar
Piet Marais
NP 1989 – 1990
1990 – 1992
1992 – 1994
Bantu Education Stoffel van der Merwe
Sam de Beer
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1994
Minister of Education and Culture
whites
Piet Clase
Piet Marais
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1994
Minister of Education and Culture
coloureds
Abe Williams LP
Minister of Mining and Energy Dawie de Villiers
George Bartlett
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1994
Minister of Economic Affairs Dawie de Villiers
Derek Keys
NP 1991 – 1992
1992 – 1994
Minister of Staatsbedrywe Dawie de Villiers NP 1989–1994
Public Works George Bartlett
Leon Wessels
Gene Louw
Louis Shill
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1992
1992 – 1993
1993 – 1994
Minister of Regions and Land Affairs Jacob de Villiers
André Fourie
NP 1989 – 1993
1993 – 1994
Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry Gert Kotzé
Magnus Malan
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1993
Minister of Budget and Public Expenditure Amie Venter NP 1989–1994
Minister of Environmental Affairs
Minister of Environment and Water
Gert Kotzé
Louis Pienaar
Japie van Wyk
NP 1989 – 1990
1990 – 1993
1993 – 1994
Minister of Social Affairs Piet Badenhorst
Rina Venter
NP 1989 -
1993 – 1994
Minister of Health Rina Venter NP 1989–1994
Sport Abe Williams LP 1993–1994
Minister of Development Jac Rabie LP 1984–1989
Minister of Tourism Kent Durr
George Marais
Bhadra Ranchod
NP 1989 – 1991
1991 – 1993
1993 – 1994
Minister of Communication Roelf Meyer NP 1991–1994
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Piet Welgemoed NP 1991–1994


Attribution

Cabinet from 1924 to 1938[edit]

Cabinet from 1919 to 1924[edit]

Cabinet from 1910 to 1919[edit]

Post Name Image Party Period
Prime Minister General Louis Botha Gen. L. Botha SAP 1910–1919
Minister of Native Affairs Henry Burton
General J. B. M. Hertzog
Jacobus Wilhelmus Sauer
Gen. J.B.M. Botha SAP 1910 – 1912
1912
1912 – 1913
1913 – 1919
Minister of Finance Henry Charles Hull
General Jan Smuts
David Pieter de Villiers Graaff
Henry Burton
Thomas Orr
D.P. de Villiers Graaff SAP 1910 – 1912
1912 – 1915
1915 – 1916
1916 – 1917
1917 – 1919
Minister of Justice General J. B. M. Hertzog
Jacobus Wilhelmus Sauer
Nicolaas Jacobus de Wet
Gen. J.B.M. Botha SAP 1910 – 1912
1913
1913 – 1919
Minister of Defence General Jan Smuts Gen. Jan Smuts SAP 1910–1919
Minister of Home Affairs General Jan Smuts
Abraham Fischer
General Jan Smuts
Hendrik Schalk Theron
Thomas Watt
SAP 1910 – 1912
1912 – 1913
1913 – 1915
1915
1916 – 1919
Minister of Railways and Harbours Jacobus Wilhelmus Sauer
Henry Burton
SAP 1910 – 1912
1912 – 1919
Minister of Land Abraham Fischer
Hendrik Schalk Theron
Colonel Hendrik Mentz
SAP 1910 – 1913
1913 – 1916
1916 – 1919
Minister of Agriculture General Louis Botha
Jacobus Wilhelmus Sauer
General Louis Botha
Hendrik Christiaan van Heerden
Gen. L. Botha SAP 1910 – 1912
1912
1912 – 1913
1913 – 1919
Minister of Education François Stephanus Malan
Patrick Duncan
SAP 1910–1919
Minister of Trade and Industry Frederick Robert Moore
George Leuchars
SAP 1910 – 1911
1911 – 1912
Minister of Mining General Jan Smuts
François Stephanus Malan
Gen. Jan Smuts SAP 1910 – 1912<bR.1912
Minister of Public Works David Pieter de Villiers Graaff
Thomas Watt
D.P. de Villiers Graaff SAP 1910 – 1912
1912 – 1919
Minister of Postal Services David Pieter de Villiers Graaff
George Leuchars
Thomas Watt
Johannes Hendricus Meiring Beck
D.P. de Villiers Graaff SAP 1910 – 1912
1912
1912 – 1915
1916 – 1919
Minister without Portfolio Charles O'Grady Gubbins
David Pieter de Villiers Graaff
Jacobus Arnoldus Combrick Graaf
D.P. de Villiers Graaff SAP 1910 – 1911
1912
1913 – 1919

Attribution

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