[via Zapiro.com] "In his 3rd cabinet re-shuffle since he became President, President Jacob Zuma finally fires his friend and comrade, Bheki Cele. He has named a business executive as the first woman to head the embattled SA Police Service and threw in a musical-chair dance, otherwise known as mini Cabinet reshuffle, for good measure. These were all tactical moves. The other changes to the crucial defence and transport portfolios seemed to come out of the blue and must leave both Lindiwe Sisulu and S’bu Ndebele with their noses out of joint. Defence Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, will now serve as minister of Public Service and Administration. She replaces the late Roy Padayachie, while Mapisa-Nqakula moves to defence. Ndebele is the new minister of Correctional Services Another dramatic move is that of deputy minister of Higher Education and Training Hlengiwe Mkhize. Her latest appointment as deputy minister of Economic Development is her third posting at different departments under Zuma's presidency. The South African Communist Party has scored again with the appointment of Ben Martins as Minister of Transport. Martins serves in the SACP central committee but Jeremey Cronin moves to the troubled department of Public Works - as Thulas Nxesi's deputy. Outgoing chairwoman of the parliamentary portfolio committee on police Sindisiwe Chikunga has been appointed deputy minister of transport. Finally the ANCYL has been rewarded with Mduduzi Manana being appointed as deputy minister of Higher Education and Training.
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