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Solomon Lechesa Tsenoli
Solomon Lechesa Tsenoli

South Africa

South African Deputy Minister for Rural Development and Land


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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:
Deputy Minister
Working primarily in:
South Africa

Description of Work:

Professional details

Current Position(s)

Deputy Minister for Rural Development and Land Reform |

2011 - present

Government & Public Administration | Cabinet & Ministers (past & present)
Member of Parliament | National Assembly | African National Congress

2004 - present
Member | Portfolio Committee on Arts and Culture

2004 - present
Chair | Portfolio Committee on Arts and Culture

2004 - present
Member of Parliament | National Assembly

Cape Town
Translator | Bona Magazine

Organiser | Communication: Diakonia
Durban
Various positions | Ukusa & New Africa newspaper

Reporter | Bona Magazine
Member | Portfolio Committee on Housing, Constitutional Affairs

Chair | Portfolio Commitee on Reconstruction and Development Programme
Previous Position(s)

Member Provincial Legislature | FS Prov Legislature
1999 - 2004

Member of Executive Council | Housing | Local Government
Free State Provincial Government | 1999 - 2004

Reporter | Freelance: The Friend newspaper
1979 - 1979

Packer | Frasers Wholesalers
1977 - 1977

Clerk | Pelonomi Hospital
1975 - 1976


Biographical Information
Solomon Lechesa Tsenoli
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Feb/10/1955
Gender: male
Place of Origin: South Africa

Solomon Tsenoli is the Deputy Minister for Rural Development and Land Reform. He has previously served as the Chairperson of the portfolio committee on Cooperative governance and traditional affairs.

 Source: SA - Who is Who




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