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President Seretse Khama Ian Khama names new cabinet

The President
H.E. the President, Lt. Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama
The Vice President
H.H. Lt. Gen. Mompati S. Merafhe
The Attorney General
Dr. Athaliah Molokomme (ex officio)
The Secretary to Cabinet
Mr. Eric Molale - Permanent Secretary to the President (ex officio)

Ministry for Presidential Affairs and Public Administration
Minister - Hon. Lesego E. Motsumi
Assistant Minister - Hon. Mokgweetsi Eric Masisi
Ministry of Defence, Justice, and Security
Minister - Hon. Dikgakgamatso R. Seretse
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
Minister - Hon. Phandu T.C. Skelemani
Ministry of Finance and Development Planning
Minister - Hon. Kenneth O. Matambo
Assistant Minister - Hon. Charles Mbiganyi Tibone
Ministry of Infrastructure, Science and Technology
Minister - Hon. Johnnie K. Swartz
Ministry of Lands and Housing
Minister - Hon. Nonofo E. Molefi
Ministry of Labour & Home Affairs
Minister - Hon. Peter L. Siele
Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture
Minister - Hon. Shaw Kgathi
Ministry of Trade and Industry
Minister - Hon. Baledzi G. Gaolathe
Assistant Minister - Hon. Dorcus Makgato-Malesu
Ministry of Local Government
Minister - Hon. Lebonamang T. Mokalake
Assistant Minister - Hon. Botlogile Mogogo Tshireletso
Assistant Minister - Hon. Kentse Rammidi
Ministry of Agriculture
Minister - Hon. Christian De Graaff
Assistant Minister - Hon. Oreeditse Molebatsi
Ministry of Transport and Communications
Minister - Hon. Frank Ramsden
Ministry Minerals, Energy and Water Resources
Minister - Hon. Ponatshego H. Kedikilwe
Ministry of Education and Skill Development
Minister - Hon. Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi
Assistant Minister - Hon. Keletso Joseph Rakhudu
Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism
Minister - Hon. Kitso Onkokame Mokaila
Ministry of Health
Minister - Hon. John Seakgosing Assistant Minister - Hon. Maxwell Motowane

Source: Government of Botswana


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