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Alec Erwin

Alexander Erwin
Minister of Public Enterprises
In office
29 April 2004 – 2009
President Thabo Mbeki
Preceded by Jeff Radebe
Succeeded by Brigitte Mabandla
Minister of Trade and Industry
In office
4 April 1996 – 28 April 2004
Succeeded by Mandisi Mpahlwa
Personal details
Born (1948-01-07) 7 January 1948
Political party African National Congress
Alma mater University of Natal

Alexander Erwin (born 17 January 1948)[1] is a South African politician who was Minister of Public Enterprises from 29 April 2004 to 25 September 2008.

Erwin matriculated from Durban High School and went on to obtain a B Econ Honors degree from the University of Natal.

Following the resignation of President Thabo Mbeki in September 2008, Erwin was among those members of the Cabinet who submitted their resignations on 23 September.[2]

References

  1. ^ http://www.sahistory.org.za/people/alexander-alec-erwin
  2. ^ "Confusion rattles markets", Sapa (IOL), 23 September 2008.


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