Jeffrey Thamsanqa "Jeff" Radebe is a South African politician was appointed as Minister of Energy by Cyril Ramaphosa on 26 February 2018. He served in the government of South Africa as Minister in the Presidency from 2014 to 2018. Previously he was Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development from 2009 to 2014. Radebe is South Africa's longest continuously serving cabinet member, having been part of every national administration since 1994 and under every post-apartheid President.
|Born:||18, 1953, Cato Manor|
|Political party:||South African Communist Party, African National Congress|
|Alma mater:||University of Zululand (B.Jur), Leipzig University (LLM)|
|Preceded by:||David Mahlobo|
|IMDb:||Jeff Radebe's IMDb|
About Jeff Radebe
This African National Congress party member took office in 2014 as South African Minister in the Presidency. Previously, he had served a five-year term as Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development.
After studying law at the University of Zululand and Karl Marx University, he was imprisoned by the Apartheid government for his secret work with the African National Congress.
During the early 2000s, he served as South Africa's Minister of Public Enterprises and Minister of Transport.
Born and raised in a working-class region of South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province, he later married mining executive Bridgette Radebe.
He first held public office in the mid-1990s, as Nelson Mandela's Minister of Public Works.
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