Government Ministries

South Africa’s ministries are established and revised by the president under a framework provided by the constitution. The Cabinet of South Africa forms its executive branch and is made up of the president, the deputy president, the ministers and the deputy ministers. The president is elected by the National Assembly and in turn appoints the deputy president and ministers, assigns their powers and functions, and may dismiss them accordingly. The highest ranking civil servant in a South African ministry is the director general.

Government Ministries organisations in South Africa
Ministry For Women, Children & People With Disabilities
Ministry in the Presidency
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Ministry of Arts and Culture
Ministry of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs
Ministry of Correctional Services
Ministry of Defence & Military Veterans
Ministry of Economic Development
Ministry of Energy
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Human Settlements
Ministry of Intelligence
Ministry of International Relations & Cooperation
Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Development
Ministry of Labour
Ministry of Mining
Ministry of Police
Ministry of Provincial and Local Government
Ministry of Public Enterprises
Ministry of Public Service and Administration
Ministry of Public Works
Ministry of Rural Development & Land Reform
Ministry of Safety and Security
Ministry of Science and Technology
Ministry of Social Development
Ministry of Sport and Recreation
Ministry of State Security
Ministry of Tourism
Ministry of Trade and Industry
Ministry of Water Affairs and Environmental Affairs