Jackson Mthembu is the Minister in the Presidency of South Africa's government, and parliamentarian for the African National Congress. Previously, he served as the Whip of Parliament for the ruling ANC and as well as the national spokesperson for the ANC. He served as the MEC for Transport in Mpumalanga from 1997–1999, during which he was criticized for spending R2.3 million on ten BMWs.
|Born:||June 05, 1958, Witbank, Mpumalanga|
|Political party:||African National Congress|
|Parents:||Rosie Nantoni Mthembu (d. 25 February 2018)|
About Jackson Mthembu
Former national spokesperson for the African National Congress. He began serving as a parliamentarian for the ANC in 2014.
He studied at the University of Fort Hare.
From 1997 to 1999 he was the Executive Councilman of Transport in Mpumalanga.
He has siblings Mandla and Michael. He married Thembi Mthembu. He has two daughters and four sons.
He served under Cyril Ramaphosa.
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