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Cabinet Report Cards 2018: Going places or gotta go?

The Mail & Guardian Cabinet report cards has become a respected barometer of government performance. Months in the making, these report cards are the most comprehensive snapshot of the performance of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet. We tell you who is going places and who’s gotta go.

We examine all the ministers’ records for 2018 and grade them on their achievements or lack thereof. Published below are the scores for this year, which also appear in the M&G end of year edition.

The report cards were compiled by:

Khadija Patel

Beauregard Tromp

Kevin Davies

Sabelo Skiti

Thanduxolo Jika

Bongekile Macupe

Simon Allison

Laura Lopez

Franny Rabkin

Luke Feltham

Gemma Ritchie

Milisuthando Bongela

Kwanele Sosibo

Zaza Hlalethwa

Kiri Rupiah

Sarah Smit

Mashadi Kekana

Jacques Coetzee

Athandiwe Saba

Sipho Kings

Paddy Harper

Lynley Donnelly

Tebogo Tshwane

Lucas Ledwaba

Ra’eesa Pather

 

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