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Ngconde Balfour Who use To Be A Minister Under Mbheki & Zuma Is Stranded At The Villages.

The previous priest of restorative administrations who worked under Jacob Zuma's public authority is currently looking exceptionally poor, and many people are concerned about his financial security.

The person who published this image for online enjoyment was actually demonstrating how old the man is. It demonstrates that he did not age gracefully, and it is impossible to believe that he was once a minister and a respected man in the country.

Ngconde Balfour was born in the Eastern Cape and completed his education at Jabavu High School in the Alice town. He went on to Lovedale College and Fort Hare University to further his education. Balfour was imprisoned in Australia from 1989 to 1992 after exerting energy as a political prisoner. He attended Victoria University in Australia while in Australia.

Balfour has been a member of the South African Parliament since 1996 and was appointed Minister of Correctional Services on April 29, 2004.

This is a fantastic example of how people may remember you when you hold a position in government, but that after you leave the role, you are no longer worth mentioning and cannot be perceived.

He worked for Jacob Zuma, the previous president. From 2009 to 2018, Zuma served as South Africa's fourth president. His initials JZ and his tribe name Msholozi are also used to refer to him. Pool He was also the leader of the African National Congress (ANC) between 2007 and 2017. He was a former opponent of politically sanctioned racial segregation extremist and a member of Umkhonto we Sizwe.

This man was previously a government official with a large salary, but now that the position has been removed, he appears to have never worked in any administration capacity.

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