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Naledi Pandor

Naledi Grace Mandisa Pandor

Minister of Science and Technology


Born 07-12-1953 in Durban South Africa

Naledi Pandor is the Minister of Science and Technology in South Africa. She was the Minister of Home Affairs. Pandor previously served as the Minister of Education from 2004 to 2009. She is also the Deputy Chairperson of Joint Education Trust Board and National Director of Black Management Forum.



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Current Position(s)

Minister | Science and Technology | Government of South Africa
South Africa | May 2014 - present

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Member of Parliament | National Executive Committee | African National Congress
South Africa | 1994 - present

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Member of Parliament | African National Congress | National Assembly

Previous Position(s)

Minister | Department of Home Affairs | Government Employees Pension Fund
October 2012 - 2014

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Minister | Science and Technology | Government of South Africa
Pretoria, South Africa | 2009 - October 2012

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Minister | Department of Education | Government of South Africa
2004 - 2009

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Chairperson | National Council of Provinces
Cape Town, South Africa | 1999 - 2004

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Deputy Chief Whip | National Executive Committee | African National Congress
1995

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Assistant Director | Academic Support Programme | University of Cape Town
1992 - 1993

Academia, Education and Training


Senior Lecturer | Academic Support Programme | University of Cape Town
1992 - 1993

Academia, Education and Training



Senior Lecturer | English for academic purposes | University of Cape Town
1989 - 1991

Academia, Education and Training


Co-ordinator | English for Academic Purposes | University of Cape Town
1989 - 1991

Academia, Education and Training




Lecturer | English Department | Taung College of Education
1984

Academia, Education and Training




Teacher | Ernest Bevin School
London, Canada | 1980

Academia, Education and Training



Educational history

Secondary

Gaborone Secondary School (1972)

Tertiary

University of London

1978 - 1979

Master of Education

University of London

1977 - 1978

Diploma in Education

University of Botswana and Swaziland

Certificate in Education


University of Botswana

Certificate of Civil Engineering

Stellenbosch University

South Africa | Completed 1997

Master of Arts - General Linguistics

Bryn Mawr Summer Programme (HERS)

Completed 1992

Higher Education, Administration and Leadership

Kennedy School of Government

Completed 1997

Leadership in Development

University of Harvard

University of Botswana

Bachelor of Arts

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J W Jagger Bequest Committee

Trustee

Young People's Theatre Education Trust

Trustee

South African Applied Linguistics Association

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Association for Academic Development

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