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About Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

The Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation’s mandate is drawn directly from Schedule 4 and 5 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996. The sections describe the functional areas of exclusive provincial legislative competence. Read more

MEC’s Office

MEC: Nonhlanhla Faith Mazibuko
Mail: Private Bag X33, Johannesburg, 2000
Street: 35 Rissik Cnr. Fox Street, Surrey House, Johannesburg
Tel: (011) 355 2798
Fax: (011) 355 2513
E-mail: joy.thanjekwayo@gauteng.gov.za

Head of Department

Head of Department: Ms Monica Newtown
Tel: (011) 355 2531
Fax: (011) 355 2513
Email: motshabi.pitso@gauteng.gov.za​

Chief Directors

Ms Charmaine Botha
Chief Director: Cultural Affairs
​Tel: (011) 355 2613
Cell: 083 507 8040
Email: charmaine.botha@gauteng.gov.za

Mr Ivor Hoff
Chief Director: Sport and Recreation
Tel: (011) 355 2506
Cell: 083 306 2641
Email: ivor.hoff@gauteng.gov.za

Mr Vusi Sibiya
Chief Director: IGR and Strategic Partnerships
Tel: (011) 355 2622
Cell: 082 330 1085
Email: vusi.sibiya@gauteng.gov.za

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Meet The MEC,
Nonhlanhla Faith Mazibuko

Faith Nonhlanhla Mazibuko was born on the 2nd April 1965, at Charteston location in Nigel. She started her schooling at Jabavu East Community School and Saint Matthews Roman Catholic School in Rockville, Moroka. She then proceeded to Marianhill High School in Pinetown, subsequently completing high school education at Sekano-Ntoane Senior Secondary School where she obtained her Matric (Grade12). Read more

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