Lusanda Mxenge lands top job in SA presidency

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the appointment of Lusanda Mxenge as acting director-general in the presidency after the retirement of longstanding presidency director-general Dr Cassius Lubisi.
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the appointment of Lusanda Mxenge as acting director-general in the presidency after the retirement of longstanding presidency director-general Dr Cassius Lubisi.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Lusanda Mxenge as acting director-general in the presidency and secretary of the cabinet.

Mxenge, who has held the position of deputy director-general: cabinet office, will serve as acting director-general for six months or until the post is filled, whichever comes first.

This follows the retirement of longstanding presidency director-general Dr Cassius Lubisi.

Mxenge has extensive experience in government, having worked in local government, parliament and a number of national government departments.

She previously worked in the department of provincial and local government, served as director in the office of the director-general in the department of public works, and chief of staff in the office of the minister of communications.

Mxenge also worked as chief director: cluster coordination in international relations, and in stakeholder management and executive support in the office of the director-general in the department of social development.

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