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Ebrahim Patel

Minister of Economic Development


Born in District Six South Africa

Ebrahim Patel is the Minister of Economic Development of South Africa. His role is to co-ordinate and plan government economic policies focusing on the elimination of poverty. Patel was a member of the first trade union delegation that met Nelson Mandela at his home in Soweto after his release from prison in 1990.



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Current Position(s)

Minister of Economic Development | Government of South Africa
Pretoria | 2009 - present

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Delegate | Ministerial Conferences | World Trade Organisation
Singapore


Previous Position(s)

Chief Negotiator | Scope of the Employment Relationship | International Labour Organisation
South Africa | 2003 - 2003

Chief Negotiator | National Textile Bargaining Council
2003 - 2003

Chief Negotiator | Growth & Development Summit
2003 - 2003


Chief Negotiator | Framework Agreement on HIV/Aids
2002 - 2003

Chief Negotiator | Recommendation on Co-operatives | International Labour Organisation
South Africa | 2001 - 2002

Chief Negotiator | Labour Relations Act
2001 - 2001

Chief Negotiator | Conclusions on Human Resource Development | International Labour Organisation
South Africa | 2000 - 2000


Chief Negotiator | Presidential Jobs Summit
1998 - 1998

Chief Negotiator | Labour Relations Act
1995 - 1995

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Global Leaders of Tomorrow Award | 1994

Davos-based Global Economic Forum

Special Medal for Public Services | 2000

University of Cape Town

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South African Labour Research Institute

Acting President

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Bureau of Economics Research, University of Stellenbosch

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Council of University of Cape Town

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