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Dina Deliwe Pule
Dina Deliwe Pule

South African Minister of Communications


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Created: 26th Oct 2011
Modified: 26th Oct 2011
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Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Government
Employer:
South Africa Government
Position:
Minister
Working primarily in:
South Africa

Description of Work:
Current Positions
  • Minister of Communications of the republic of South Africa since 24 October 2011.
  • Member of Parliament since 2009.
  • Provincial Secretary of the African National Congress Women's Leaque (ANCWL) since 2007.
  • Member of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress (ANC) since 2007.
  • Member of the NEC Sub Committee on Political Education.
  • Member of the NEC Sub Committee on Economic Transformation.
  • Member of the ANC Umrabulo edititorial team.
  • Member of the NEC Centenary Media Sub Committee.
  • Member of the NEC Sub Committee on State Owned Enterprises and Development Finance Committee.
  • Member of the NEC Sub Committee on Communications.
  • Member of the NEC Sub Committee on organisational Building and Campaigns.
  • Member of the National Working Committee of ANC.
 Source: SA - GCIS

Biographical Information
Dina Deliwe Pule
(At a Glance)
Gender: female

Dinah Pule is the South African Minister of Communications. She previously served as Deputy Minister of Presidency for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation.

Academic Qualifications
  • Matriculated from Shanke High School in 1984.
  • Secondary School Teachers Diploma.
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree.
  • Cerificate in Public Relations.
  • Cerificate in Women in Leadership Management Skills.
  • Certificate in Report Writing.
  • Incomplete Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in Communication.
 Source: SA - GCIS & SA who is Who 

Accomplishments
Other Accomplishments:
Career/Memberships/Positions/Other Activities
  • Educator from 1985 - 1986 and 1990 - 1993.
  • Provincial Secretary of the ANCWL (1990 - 1991).
  • Founder-member of the Eastern Transvaal Women's Union (1990 - 1991).
  • Secretary of the SRC (College) 1987 - 1988).
  • Deputy President of SRC (College) (1988 - 1989).
  • Founder-member of the South African National Students' Congress (1987).
  • Member of PEC Sub-Committee on Political Education.
  • Deputy Provincial Secretary of ANC in Mpumalanga (2005 - 2008).
  • Regional Executive Member of the ANC Youth Leaque (1990 - 1991).
  • Branch secretary of the South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) (1990 - 1991).
  • Regional Treasurer of the SADTU (1991 - 1993).
  • Provincial secretary of ANCWL (2007 - 2009).
  • Community Liaison Officer of the Department of Health (1996 - 1997).
  • Head of Communications of the Department of Health (1997 - 2000).
  • Branch Secretary of the ANC, Nelpruit (1997 - 1999).
  • Chairperson of the ANCWL, Nelspruit (1999 - 2000).
  • Chairperson of Provincial list Committee.
  • Chairperson of Political task Team for 2010 FIFA World Cup (2008 - 2009).
  • RTT Political Education Officer (Realignment) (2000 - 2001).
  • Head of Communication at the Department of Agriculture (2000 - 2004).
  • Deputy Secretary of the ANC, Ehlanzeni Regional (2001 - 2004).
  • Chairperson of the ANC, Ehlanzeni Regional (2004 - 2007).
  • Member of the ANC Provincial Legislature (2004 - 2005).
  • Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Education, Culture, Sports and Recreation.
  • Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Safety and Security in Mpumalanga (2005 - 2007).
  • Deputy Provincial Secretary of the ANC in Mpumalanga (2005 - 2008).
  • MEC for Agriculture and Land Administration in Mpumalanga (2007 - 2008).
  • MEC for Sports Arts and Recreation in Mpumalanga (2008 - 2009).
  • Deputy Minister of Communications of the Republic of South Africa (11 May 2009 - November 2010).
  • Deputy Minister in the Presidency:Performance, Monitoring, Evaluation and Administration since 1 November 2010 - 24 October 2011).
 Source: SA - GCIS


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