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    Iga Senior Member

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    Mchemsho wa kwanza wa Zuma......hatujifunzi Waafrika ?



    Statement by President Jacob Zuma on the appointment of the new Cabinet

    This is Zuma's statement on the formation of his new cab. My critique is below:

    10 May 2009

    Members of the media,

    Good afternoon and thank you for joining us.

    We have since the launch of the ANC Manifesto indicated the type of new administration we envisaged in terms of size, shape and political focus.

    We wanted a structure that would enable us to achieve visible and tangible socio-economic development within the next five years.
    It should be a structure which would enable us to effectively implement our policies.

    The structure of Cabinet and national departments has therefore been re-organised to achieve better alignment between the structure, our electoral mandate as per our election Manifesto, and the developmental challenges that need to receive immediate attention from government.

    In summary, some of the changes in the structure of government are the following:

    Following extensive research on international models on how governments in other parts of the world plan and monitor performance, we have decided to establish a National Planning Commission which will be based in the Presidency.

    The NPC will be responsible for strategic planning for the country to ensure one National Plan to which all spheres of government would adhere.

    This would enable us to take a more comprehensive view of socio-economic development in the country.

    We have also created a monitoring and evaluation competency in the Presidency, to monitor and evaluate the performance of government in all three spheres.

    There will therefore be two Ministers in the Presidency, one responsible for the NPC and the other for Monitoring and Evaluation as well as administration in the Presidency.

    Other changes are the following:

    The Department of Minerals and Energy will be split into two separate departments of Mining and of Energy, each with a Minister.
    The Department of Education will be split into separate Ministries, one for Basic Education and the other for Higher Education and Training.
    The Department of Housing will be called the Department of Human Settlements to take on a more holistic focus.
    There will be a new department of Rural Development and Land Affairs, which are part of our key priorities for the next five years.
    The Department of Water affairs and Forestry becomes the Department of Water and Environmental Affairs.
    A new Department of Economic Development has been established to focus on economic policymaking. The implementation functions will remain with the Department of Trade and Industry.
    A new department of Tourism has been created.
    Agriculture becomes Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.
    The Department of Provincial and Local Government becomes Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.
    A new Ministry has been created for Women, Youth, Children and People with Disability, to emphasise the need for equity and access to development opportunities for the vulnerable groups in our society.
    The Cabinet that will fulfill our objectives is composed as follows:

    The Deputy President of the Republic of South Africa will be Mr Kgalema Petros Motlanthe.

    The rest of Cabinet in alphabetical order is as follows:

    1.
    Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
    Tina Joemat-Pettersson


    Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
    Dr Pieter Mulder

    2.
    Minister of Arts and Culture
    Lulu Xingwana


    Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture
    Paul Mashatile

    3.
    Minister of Basic Education
    Angie Motshekga


    Deputy Minister of Basic Education
    Enver Surty

    4.
    Minister of Communications
    Siphiwe Nyanda


    Deputy Minister of Communications
    Dina Pule

    5.
    Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
    Sicelo Shiceka


    Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
    Yunus Carrim

    6.
    Minister of Correctional Services
    Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula


    Deputy Minister of Correctional Services
    Hlengiwe Mkhize

    7.
    Minister of Defence and Military Veterans
    Lindiwe Sisulu


    Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans
    Thabang Makwetla

    8.
    Minister of Economic Development
    Ebrahim Patel


    Deputy Minister of Economic Development
    Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde

    9.
    Minister of Energy
    Dipuo Peters

    10.
    Minister of Finance
    Pravin Gordhan


    Deputy Minister of Finance
    Nhlanhla Nene

    11.
    Minister of Health
    Dr Aaron Motsoaledi


    Deputy Minister of Health
    Dr Molefi Sefularo

    12.
    Minister of Higher Education and Training
    Dr Blade Nzimande

    13.
    Minister of Home Affairs
    Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma


    Deputy Minister of Home Affairs
    Malusi Gigaba

    14.
    Minister of Human Settlements
    Tokyo Sexwale


    Deputy Minister of Human Settlements
    Zou Kota

    15.
    Minister of International Relations and Cooperation
    Maite Nkoana-Mashabane


    Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation (1)
    Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim


    Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation (2)
    Sue van der Merwe

    16.
    Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development
    Jeff Radebe


    Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development
    Andries Nel

    17.
    Minister of Labour
    Membathisi Mdladlana

    18.
    Minister of Mining
    Susan Shabangu

    19.
    Minister of Police
    Nathi Mthethwa


    Deputy Minister of Police
    Fikile Mbalula

    20.
    Minister of Public Enterprises
    Barbara Hogan


    Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises
    Enoch Godongwana

    21.
    Minister for the Public Service and Administration
    Richard Baloyi


    Deputy Minister for the Public Service and Administration
    Roy Padayachie

    22.
    Minister of Public Works
    Geoff Doidge


    Deputy Minister of Public Works
    Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu

    23.
    Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform
    Gugile Nkwinti


    Deputy Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform
    Dr Joe Phaahla

    24.
    Minister of Science and Technology
    Naledi Pandor


    Deputy Minister of Science and Technology
    Derek Hanekom

    25.
    Minister of Social Development
    Edna Molewa


    Deputy Minister of Social Development
    Bathabile Dlamini

    26.
    Minister of Sport and Recreation
    Makhenkesi Stofile


    Deputy Minister of Sport and Recreation
    Gert Oosthuizen

    27.
    Minister of State Security
    Siyabonga Cwele

    28.
    Minister in The Presidency (1)
    National Planning Commission
    Trevor Manuel

    29.
    Minister in The Presidency (2)
    Performance Monitoring and Evaluation as well as Administration in the Presidency
    Collins Chabane

    30.
    Minister of Tourism
    Marthinus van Schalkwyk


    Deputy Minister of Tourism
    Thozile Xasa

    31.
    Minister of Trade and Industry
    Rob Davies


    Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry (1)
    Thandi Tobias


    Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry (2)
    Maria Ntuli

    32.
    Minister of Transport
    Sbusiso Joel Ndebele


    Deputy Minister of Transport
    Jeremy Cronin

    33.
    Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs
    Buyelwa Sonjica


    Deputy Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs
    Rejoice Mabhudafhasi

    34.
    Minister of Women, Youth, Children and People with Disabilities
    Noluthando Mayende-Sibiya


    We stated clearly during the campaign that we want an efficient, caring and effective administration, which will be accessible and responsive to the needs of the people.

    We reiterate that we will not tolerate laziness and incompetence, and that we will emphasise excellence and achievement from the Cabinet and the public service.

    With these objectives in mind, I am confident that the new structure of government will enable the state machinery to speed up service delivery.

    Civil servants will not lose their jobs as a result of these changes. This is a matter of principle in terms of the country’s labour relations dispensation.

    I however want to stress to our public servants that the era of hard work has begun. Public servants who do their work diligently and efficiently have nothing to worry about.

    I wish the new team all the best with their responsibilities.

    We request the South African public and all key sectors of our society to support them in their national service.

    Let me also take this opportunity to wish all South African mothers well on Mother’s Day today.

    Mothers are the backbones of our families, communities and our nation.
    We truly appreciate their role in our society, in both the public sphere and within families.

    I thank you.

    Of course, kama ilivyotegemewa kajenga Ghorofa badala ya Kibanda. Most ministry can be turned into agencies or boards capable of generating adequate income to run themselves without depending on the treasury.

    Afirca countries can afford less than the Ministry proposed here. This is too much of a burden not only to the taxpayers but even to the overall leader. Unless of course is a superman capable of coordinating efficiently and effectively 34 ministries. As in Tanzania the chaos just starts here. Too many ministries. The analysis below shows that it is possible for South Africa too to be run by only 14 ministries with the rest being turned into agencies, commissions or boards capable of avoiding red-tape and bureaucracy as well as making money for the people.




    The rest of Cabinet in alphabetical order is as follows:

    1.
    Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
    Okay!



    2.
    Minister of Arts and Culture

    NO.
    Should become a National Agency of Arts, Language and culture and be able to run on its own!


    3.
    Minister of Basic Education

    Okay.
    For strategic reasons.

    4.
    Minister of Communications
    Okay. But.....
    Should go together with Science and Technology.


    5.
    Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
    Okay.
    For strategic and black empowerment reasons.

    6.
    Minister of Correctional Services
    Can go together with Ministry of Home Affairs.

    7.
    Minister of Defence and Military Veterans
    Okay.

    8.
    Minister of Economic Development
    Repetition and overlaps

    9.
    Minister of Energy
    No.
    Should be National Energy Agency capable of developing itself into something capable of self-sustainance.

    10.
    Minister of Finance
    Okay!

    11.
    Minister of Health
    Add Food and Nutrition.

    12.
    Minister of Higher Education and [Training] HRM.

    Okay. But why training and not Human Resource Management and Devleopment?


    13.
    Minister of Home Affairs
    See above. Joined to Correctional Affairs.

    14.
    Minister of Human Settlements
    + Environment ! here it is where it belongs? It is man who harms the environment not other resources.


    15.
    Minister of International Relations and Cooperation
    Okay.

    16.
    Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development
    Shuould be Justice and Constitutional development Commission head enjoying similar perks like Minister. But capable of self-sustainance through various levvies and charges.


    17.
    Minister of Labour
    After HRM linked to Higher education for planning purposes this should be SOUTH AFRICA LABOUR EXCHANGE .... most work being done online with exception of rural areas to be assisted by Rural development ministry.

    18.
    Minister of Mining
    This Should be South African Mining Agency and should be capable of footing its own bill.

    19.
    Minister of Police
    This will be a department in the Home Affairs.

    20.
    Minister of Public Enterprises
    This should be Commission of Public Enterprises and should be maintained by the clients.

    21.
    Minister for the Public Service and Administration
    This should be a Commission of Public Service and Administration---coming up with various training, research and consultancy programmes to the point of making it run on its own income.


    22.
    Minister of Public Works
    Okay. Very strategic. But assist it to create more employment in the rural areas.


    23.
    Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform
    Okay. Strategic.

    24.
    Minister of Science and Technology
    See above. Already attached elsewhere but can establish NATIONAL AGENCY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT)

    25.
    Minister of Social Development
    Redundant expecially with Women, Children.....and so on already aboard.

    26.
    Minister of Sport and Recreation
    Let it be NATIONAL AGENCY OF SPORTS AND RECREATION DEVELOPMENT and capable of running on its own by promoting individuals, teams/groups so they generate income locally and abroad.

    27.
    Minister of State Security
    Is there no South African CIA what is this for ?

    28.
    Minister in The Presidency (1)
    National Planning Commission
    Okay. Strategic.

    29.
    Minister in The Presidency (2)
    Performance Monitoring and Evaluation as well as Administration in the Presidency
    NOT a ministry but a section within the National Planning Commission. You plan, show the way, control and then monitor and get feedback,

    30.
    Minister of Tourism
    Why not South African National Tourism Board?

    31.
    Minister of Trade and Industry
    Okay.

    32.
    Minister of Transport
    NO. Instead National Transport Agency.

    33.
    Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs
    Change. Take environment elsewhere. See above. Then create a Ministry of Water, water resources utilisation and irrigation farming.

    34.
    Minister of Women, Youth, Children and People with Disabilities
    Okay.
     
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    MzalendoHalisi JF-Expert Member

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    MODs iungwanishwe na ile therad ya jana!
     
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    Masatu JF-Expert Member

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    Mmmh patahitajika doube coaster mbili kuwapeleka kwenye cabinet meeting
     
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    Shapu JF-Expert Member

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    But remember the county is so BIG as well. So mimi sioni shida.
     
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    MzalendoHalisi JF-Expert Member

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    70 Members! Je anataka kuplease kila mtu kama JK!
     
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    Mtarajiwa JF-Expert Member

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    ya ngoswe aachiwe ngoswe!
     
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    Mkereme JF-Expert Member

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    Iga!

    Don't even waste your time Waafrika ni matatizo matupu! Just like JMK hapa Bongo !! CCM style! Kwanza huyo Yakobo Zuma sijaweza kufahamu ana elimu ya Darasa la ngapi? Matatizo yanaanzia hapo!! What do you expect from mtu ambaye hajaenda shule proper! Simply because ni Mzullu and wao ndio majority priod!!

    Na mkorogo utazidi as we go ahead. Mimi nilipata fursa ya kufuatilia zile proceedings za ile KESI ya KUBAKA binti( from a close friend) aliyekiri kuwa HIV positive majibu yake kwa wakati ule yalinichefua ingekuwa sheria ya Bongo ya 1999 angekula 30 years lakini kwa SOUTH hakimu alimwachia huru as there were elements of consent japo alipoulizwa kama alitumia condom sikuona jibu ndipo nikawa na mashaka na elimu yake.
    Hapo ndiyo naona watu wa RSA HAWANA - Rais!!
    That is why he was advised to retain the outgoing president as his Deputy VINGINEVYO TUTARAJIE ANC kumwondoa kwa syle ya Thabo Mbeki somewhere down the road
     
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    Kinyambiss JF-Expert Member

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    Huyu jamaa akili hana lakini wako kina Trevor humu kina Sisulu.. Acheni wale nchi.. JK akili ana alafu anajizungusha na watu ambao nao akili ndogo... Bora ZUMA
     
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    N-handsome JF-Expert Member

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    Duh even me nikipata Ukubwa wa Magogoni nitamikumbuka ndugu zanguni
     
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    Pdidy JF-Expert Member

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    Jamani yukle mkewe yupo au kamtosa
    ???
     
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    Pdidy JF-Expert Member

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    Nilichopenda zaidi wale wote wlaiokuwa nyuma yake sasa wanakula nchi ndio maana biblia inasema ukishika kanzu ya nabii utakula yale anayovuna....sie tukamate nini zaidi ya yesu???
     
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    Kinyambiss JF-Expert Member

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    Primitive foreign religions.. It might have something to do with our docile way of thinking. It is only logical that when a more advanced civilization introduces you to teachings that were known to them over a millennium ago, they would understand how to manipulate them more than you who have known them for one hundred or so years.. Just a thought.. ( I neither agree nor disagree with it) its just my mind wondering..
     
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    Bobby JF-Expert Member

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    Pdidy mkewe yumo amwache ana jeuri? Tena alivyo strategic amemuondoa foreign affairs na kumweka home affairs ili asisafiri sana awe anafyonza taratibu. Kinyambiss nimependa sana uliposema Jk hamnazo kuna watu huwa ninawaambia kila siku kwamba jamaa hamnazo then kazungukwa na wasiokuwa nazo pia matokeo yake ni hasara juu ya hasara kwa watz.

    Nionavyo mimi wasouth watakuwa dissappointed na huyu mpenda wanawake kama yaliyotukuta kwa huyu msanii wetu. Anyway time will tell nisiusemee muda.
     
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    Mr. Zero JF-Expert Member

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    Kwa hiyo mnataka kusema,

    JK (BSc. Economics) = Zuma (No Formal Education)
    Kwenda shule haisaidii
    Zuma ame-copy JK style
     
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    MzalendoHalisi JF-Expert Member

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    Anaweza kuwa na uwezo wa kujibu maswali zaidi ya JK..aliweza kujibu maswali vema jana baada ya kutangaza baraza jipya!
     
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    Silas A.K JF-Expert Member

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    Kumbuka Zuma ana washauri waliobobea kwenye fani zao na walikuwa angalau na harufu ya maswali ambayo yangeulizwa na wakamfeed Mzulu majibu accordingly! sasa unategemea nini? lakini ikumbukwe kwamba Zuma alikuwa ikulu kama VP kwahiyo hakuna jipya sana ikulu tofauti na JK ambaye hakuwa na uzoefu wa ikulu kabla ya kuingia kuwa Rais.
     
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    Lambardi JF-Expert Member

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    Tuone in course of 2 yrs nini watakifanya....
     
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    tatizo wanalindana saaaana!
     
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    mwanawakwetu Member

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    jk (BSc. Economics ) GPA ya kwenye chaki, thats why!
     
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