Nandos

Nandos has shared a video about the latest Cabinet Reshuffle and it counts up to the time that Ramaphosa took to make the announcement… it’s SOE satisfying!

 

Nandos has done it again with their clever video snipits. This time counting up the time that it took for the announcement be made.

They included the eyebrows lady from their previous video which you can watch here. If you don’t remember her, she is the one that drew her eyebrows on slower than SA could get a new finance minister.

Below is a list of all the new and reshuffled ministers within the new cabinet.

Full list of new and shifted ministers

  • Communications: Ms Nomvula Mokonyane
  • Energy: Mr Jeff Radebe
  • Higher Education and Training: Ms Naledi Pandor
  • Home Affairs: Mr Malusi Gigaba
  • Human Settlements: Ms Nomaindia Mfeketo
  • International Relations and Cooperation: Ms Lindiwe Sisulu
  • Mineral Resources: Mr Gwede Mantashe
  • Police: Mr Bheki Cele
  • Public Enterprises: Mr Pravin Gordhan
  • Public Service and Administration: Ms Ayanda Dlodlo
  • Public Works: Mr Thulas Nxesi
  • Rural Development and Land Reform: Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane
  • Science and Technology: Ms Nkhensani Kubayi-Ngubane
  • Social Development: Ms Susan Shabangu
  • Sport and Recreation: Ms Tokozile Xasa
  • State Security: Ms Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba
  • The Presidency: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation: Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
  • The Presidency: Women: Ms Bathabile Dlamini
  • Tourism: Mr Derek Hanekom
  • Transport: Dr Blade Nzimande
  • Water and Sanitation: Mr Gugile Nkwinti

The ending leaves a little to be curious about though… Does that have something to do with state-owned enterprises (SOEs)? What are your thoughts?


Sources: Twitter
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