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Take a Look at the Transport Minister's Qualifications and Accomplishments

He first started interested in political activism in 1986, when he was only 15 years old. This proves that he is committed to his career and an active member of the African National Congress, South Africa's ruling party (ANC).

Mbalula began his political career as a member of the ruling party's youth league. Later in his career, he advanced through the ranks to positions of increasing responsibility at the national level. He has served in a ministerial role since the age of 38, when he was named deputy minister of police from 2009 to 2010, during the reign of former President Jacob Zuma.

Later, as part of the previous president's cabinet change, he was appointed Minister of Sports and Recreation, a position he held from 2010 until 2014. From 2010 to 2014, he held this position. As a result of his successful re-election in 2014, the position of Minister of Police was vacant from 2010 to 2017, and he was subsequently reassigned to the position of Minister of Justice, where he will remain until the end of 2019.

This proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that Mbalula is qualified to perform the duties of his position and is an important member of the ANC. His credentials demonstrate clearly why he is so effective at what he does and why he is so successful in every job to which he is appointed.

The following is a full list of the qualifications obtained by the current Minister of Transport during his professional career:

an undergraduate degree in Economics

a Master of Science in Economics

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Working as a physiological counselor with the Organization for Appropriate Social Services in South Africa

Fikile Mabula has accomplished a great lot as a member of the ruling party. However, it is evident from all of his triumphs that he still has a lot more to accomplish, and he has no plans to give up anytime soon.

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