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Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

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South Africa
Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture
List
  • 10 other official names:
  • Minister van Sport en Ontspanning (Afrikaans)
  • uNgqongqotjhe wezemiDlalo nokuziThabisa (Southern Ndebele)
  • UMphathiswa lezeMidlalo noLonwabo (Xhosa)
  • Indvuna Wezemidlalo Nokungcebeleka (Zulu)
  • Indvuna Letemidlalo Nekukhibika (Swazi)
  • Tona ya Dipapadi le Boitapološo (Northern Sotho)
  • Letona la Dipapadi le Boikgathollo (Sotho)
  • Tona la Metshameko le Boitapoloso (Tswana)
  • Holobye ya Mintlangu na Vuhungasi (Tsonga)
  • Minisiṱa wa zwa Mitambo na Vhuḓimvumvusi (Venda)
Incumbent
Zizi Kodwa
since 7 March 2023
Department of Sports, Arts and Culture
Department of Sport and Recreation
Department of Arts and Culture
StyleThe Honourable
AppointerCyril Ramaphosa
Inaugural holderAbe Williams
Formation1993
DeputyNocawe Mafu
WebsiteDepartment of Sport and Recreation

The Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture is a Minister in the Cabinet of South Africa. The minister is responsible for sport, recreation and culture in South Africa. As of March 2023, the current minister is Zizi Kodwa.[1]

References

  1. ^ Zyl, Corné van (6 March 2023). "Cabinet reshuffle: Here's EVERY change made by Ramaphosa". The South African. Retrieved 7 March 2023.


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