Premier appoints acting Director General

Premier Refilwe Mtshweni-Tsipane has appointed Deputy Director General, Peter Nyoni.

A brief statement was released this morning that confirmed Mr Nyoni’s appointment follows the departure of Sindi Xulu.

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However, there is not much information about Xulu’s departure.

She was appointed as Director General together with Nyoni almost a year ago in the same month as her departure.

Xulu served as an an accounting officer in various departments including Agriculture, Rural Development Land and Environment Affairs, Culture, Sports and Recreation as well as Public Works, Roads and Transport.

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