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Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula

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Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula

Minister of Defence and Military Veterans


Born 13-11-1956

Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula is the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans. She served as the Minister of Correctional Services of the Republic of South Africa until June 2012. She is a member of Parliament as well as a member of the National Executive Council of the African National Congress.



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Current Position(s)

Minister | Defence and Military Veterans | Government of South Africa
2012 - present

Government, Public Administration and Defence




Member of Parliament | National Assembly | African National Congress
1994 - present

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Representative | Women's Section to the Peoples Republic of Angola | African National Congress

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Previous Position(s)

Member | National Working Committee | African National Congress
January 2013 - 2014

Social Development and Community Services


Minister | Correctional Services | Government of South Africa
Pretoria | 2009 - 2012

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Minister | Department of Home Affairs | Government of South Africa
2004 - 2009

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Deputy Minister | Department of Home Affairs | Government of South Africa
South Africa | 2002 - 2004

Chief Whip | African National Congress
2001 - 2002


Member | Constitutional Assembly
1994 - 1996

Secretary-General | ANC Women's League
1993 - 1995

Member | National Executive Committee | African National Congress
1993 - 1995

National Organiser | ANC Women's League
1991 - 1993

Member | ANC Women's League
1990 - 1993

Member | NEC | African National Congress
1990 - 1993

Representative | Women's Section to Pan Africa Women's Organisation | African National Congress
1988 - 1990

Representative | Women's Section to the Peoples Republic of Angola | African National Congress
1988 - 1990

Activist | Political Military Structures | African National Congress
1986 - 1988

Assistant Director | Masazane Open School
1982 - 1984

Youth Worker | Target Timothy
1981 - 1982


Educational history

Secondary

Mount Arthur High School

Tertiary

Canadian University Overseas Services

Diploma in Project Management

College of Bensonvale Teacher Training

Diploma in Primary Teachers

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