South African politician Fikile April Mbalula, also known as Fikile Mbalula, is now the minister of transportation. Mbalula has also held the positions of Minister of Sports and Recreation as well as Minister of Police and Deputy Minister of Police in the past.
He was the previous president of the African National Congress Youth League and a member of the African National Congress National Executive Committee.
On April 8, 1971, Fikile April Mbalula was born in Botshabelo, Free State. The 8th of April 2021 was the day he turned 50.
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Mbalula is a Mpondomise by ethnicity (or amaMpondomise, a South African Nguni ethnic group). Jola is the clan name of Mbalula.
In the Free State, Fikile Mbalula finished both his primary and secondary education. Mbalula is extremely intelligent and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, though it is unclear whose university he attended. Additionally, he earned a Master’s in Economics.
The Careers Research and Information Centre provided Fikile Mbalula with leadership training. African leaders are not fond of this.
After the president’s statement in 2020, it became known that Fikile Mbalula and other South Ministers will make a combined R2.47 million year. The same monthly amount is R258 833. The highest paid officials in the South African government are ministers.
Fikile Mbalula doesn’t display any pictures of his home or vehicles.
Fikile April Mbalula Parents: Who Are They?
There is little to no information about the parents of Fikile April Mbalula.