July 23, 2024
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Nonceba Mhlauli becomes South Africa’s youngest appointed minister

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South Africa’s political landscape is making history with the appointment of Ms. Nonceba Mhlauli as the youngest minister in the newly formed Government of National Unity (GNU) Cabinet by President Cyril Ramaphosa.

At just 34 years old, Mhlauli will serve as the Deputy Minister of the Presidency.


Born on June 3, 1990, Ms. Mhlauli’s rapid rise in politics was confirmed by a fact-check from African Report Files.

In addition to her ministerial role, she was elected as a Member of the National Assembly in 2024, where she will also double as a deputy cabinet minister.

A dedicated member of the African National Congress (ANC), Mhlauli’s appointment marks a significant step toward youth representation and gender equality in South African politics. Her role in the GNU Cabinet underscores a commitment to inclusivity and progressive governance.

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