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Hendrietta Ipeleng Bogopane-Zulu
Hendrietta Ipeleng Bogopane-Zulu

South Africa

South African Deputy Minister for Women, Children and Persons with Disability

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

Description of Work:

Career/Memberships/Positions/Other Activities

    Chairperson of the Joint Committee on the improvement of Quality of Life and the Status of Youth, Children and Disabled Persons Chairperson.
    Served in the following committees: Appointment of National Auditor-General, Filing of vacancies of the Gender Commission, Appointment of National Public Prosecuter, Appointment of National Youth Commission.
    National Coordinator for Disabled Women's Development Programme at the Department of Public Service and Administration (1996 - 1999).
    Participated in the following: National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) (1996 - 1999); South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) (1996 - 1999); Disabled Children's Action Group; Interparliamentary Union Advisory Committee on HIV and AIDS; and World Blind Union (2000 - 2005).
    Deputy Minister of Public Works of the Republic of South Africa (11 May 2009 - 24 October 2011).

 Source: SA - GCIS.

Biographical Information
Hendrietta Ipeleng Bogopane-Zulu
(At a Glance)
Gender: female
Place of Origin: South Africa

Hendrietta is Deputy Minister for Women, Children and Persons with Disability. She is motivational speaker, a researcher, a writer ,a consultant, a trainer, a business women and a member of parliament. She previously served as the Deputy Minister of Public Works.

Academic Qualifications

  •     BTech Degree
  •     Certificates in introduction to microcomputer, practical journalism, organisation development, leadership development, direct marketing and creative writing.

 Source: SA - GCI & SA who is who.

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