Ms Rejoice Mabudafhasi

Formerly: National Assembly

Rejoice Mabudafhasi

About Rejoice Mabudafhasi

Ms Mabudafhasi currently serves as the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture. She was born on 23 May 1943 and has been a member of National Executive Council (NEC) of African National Congress (ANC) since December 2007 and has served as a Chairperson of the Mvula Trust Board from 1997 and as a Co-Chair of the Global Network of Women Ministers and Leaders of Environment since 2004. The former teacher, worked as a Librarian at the University of the North from 1965 to 1994. She has served as a Secretary of United Democratic Front (UDF) Northern Transvaal region. She organised rural women on various self-help projects, and had served as a Commissioner for the Human Rights Commission from 1990 to 1992. Prior to her appointment, she served as a Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism from 1999 to 2009. Source: (info.gov.za)

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Mpumalanga Depart of Arts

Ndebele small blanket

R350

Buffalo City Crafters

Isi Xhosa head gear

R150