Mduduzi Manana Biography
Mduduzi Manana is a South African politician. He was born on 12 February 1984 in Ermelo, Mpumalang. Mduduzi Manana isthe South African Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training. He took up his ministerial position in 2012. He has also been an African National Congress Member of Parliament since 1994.
Mduduzi Manana Education and Career
He attended the University of Natal where he earned a BA degree in Political Science and Sociology. Mduduzi was elected to the Regional Executive Committee (REC) of the African National Congress Youth League in the Gert Sibande Region in 2006. He also served in the International Relations & Cooperation and Public Works Portfolio Committees. Later, Mduduzi Manana was appointed a Whip of the Portfolio Committees on Transport and Public Service and Administration and Governance and Monitoring Cluster in 2011. He has since his political career been affiliated to the African National Congress.
Mduduzi Manana has also been the director of several trading enterprises and investment holdings. He has been Managing director for African-Pearl Trading since 2005. Mduduzi Manana is also the director of both the Garatshane and Lizobalela Trading Enterprises. Did you know Mduduzi Manana is at the moment seated on a hot seat for committing assault? Read more on the next page.