Minister Malusi Gigaba Mr Malusi Gigaba is Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of South Africa since 26 May 2014.

He is also a member of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National Congress (ANC); Patron of the OASIS for Hope Hospice. He is also a patron of the Tholulwazi Organisation of Youth which is a Youth Leadership and Life-Skills Programme and he was appointed as ministerial representative to the Council of the University of Potchefstroom by former Minister of Education, Prof Kader Asmal in 2001. 
 
Academic Qualifications
 
Mr Gigaba graduated from the University of Durban-Westville with a Bachelor of Pedagogics (Education) in 1991. He further completed a Master of Arts degree in Social Policy, majoring in Urban Affairs and Policy, in 1993, graduating in 1994.
 
Publications
 
In 1996, together with his supervisor, Mr Gigaba published an article: Gigaba, M. and Maharaj, B. (1996): "Land invasions during political transition: the Wiggins saga in Cato Manor" in Development Southern Africa, Vol. 13, pp. 217-235.
 
Awards
 
In 1997, the UDW Faculty of Education conferred on him a Certificate of Merit for Outstanding achievements and contribution to faculty and society. In June 2002, the Cuban National University Students Federation awarded him the highest medal awarded to students and youth leaders in Cuba, the Jose' Antonio Echeverrias Medal, at the University of Havana's Aula Matta.
 
Academic Conferences
 
Addressed In 1995, Mr Gigaba​ presented a paper at The First International Geography Conference, from 10 to 14 July 1995, at University of Durban-Westville entitled: "Land Invasions during political transition: the Wiggins saga in Cato Manor". This paper was based on his MA dissertation. 
 
Political and Community Experience
 
He has been active in various students and youth organisations. He is a member of the ANC and the ANC Youth League (ANCYL), and has served in different leadership positions within these organisations, especially the ANCYL. He was elected ANCYL President in 1996 and was re-elected in 1998 and again in 2001 for the third term. Between 1999 and 2001, he was a Member of Parliament for the ANC and resigned in 2001. He was re-elected to Parliament in 2004.
 
In 1999, he was nominated as a Patron of the Celebrating Youth Awakenings Projects (a project aimed at collecting a South African youth anthology).
 
He has served as the Minister of Public Enterprises from 1 November 2010 until 26 May 2014 as well as the Deputy Minister of the Department of Home Affairs from 29 April 2004 to 01 November 2010.
 

 









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Provincial Managers Contacts:

Eastern Cape

Gcinile Mabulu 
043 642 2178
082 887 5563
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Free State

Bonakele Mayekiso
051 430 1130
082 800 1755
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Gauteng
Albert Matsaung
011 242 9003
082 8879 293
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KwaZulu-Natal
Nosipho Shandu
033 845 5042
079 145 2274
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Limpopo
F.N. Motsitsi
015 287 2800/ 30

082 662 2673
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Mpumalanga
Robert Zitha
082 801 4528
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North-West
Irene Mantlhasi
018 397 9919
082 880 7804
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Northern Cape
Abednego Mvula
053 807 6700 /6701
082 803 3792
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Western Cape
Yusuf Simons
021 488 1400
082 809 2142
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Acting DMO:Cape Metro
Mr Ignitius Mokgele
079 690 7722
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DMO: Cape Winelands
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Ms Elaine Ngoie
082 887 8779
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DMO: Central Karoo,
Eden & Overberg

Mr Mosiuoa Ngaka
072 621 5047
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