Six S African Indians in Zuma cabinet

Six S African Indians in Zuma cabinet

 
The four deputy ministers are: Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim, deputy minister of international relations and co-operation affairs; Roy Padayachee, public services and administration; Enver Surtee, basic education; and Yunus Carrim, co-operative government and traditional affairs. Gordhan is a former activist of the Natal Indian Congress, which was disbanded after the first democratic elections in 1994 that brought the ANC to power.
Former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe, who replaced Thabo Mbeki after the latter was recalled by the ANC last year following the election of Zuma as ANC President, is now South Africa’s deputy president.

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