Fikile Mbalula (born on 8th April 1971 in Free State) is a South African politician, Transport Minister and serves as the cabinet Minister of Police.
He served as the deputy minister of police in the Jacob Zuma. Fikile became the Minister of Sport and Recreation.
His date of birth is on the 8th of April 1971 and his place of birth is in Free State, South Africa. Fikile Mbalula is 49 years old (2020).
The Minister of Police at National, Fikile Mbalula is married to Nozuko Mbalula.
He is trained in Leadership Skills by the Careers Research and Information Centre.
He is also trained as Councillor in psychotherapy by the Organisation for Appropriate Social Services in South Africa.
Fikile has been serving as the Minister of Police at National Executive since March 30 March 2017.
He is also a member at the National Assembly (Parliament) and
member at African National Congress (ANC).
He was a member-elect at National Assembly (Parliament) from May 26, 2014 – March 30, 2017.
Fikile was the 6th candidate at the 2014 African National Congress National Election List from 22 April 2014- 7 May 2014.
He served under the position of the Minister of Sport and Recreation at National Executive from 1 October 2010-24 April 2014.
From 6 May 2009 until 6 May 2014, he served as a member at National Assembly (Parliament).
Fikile became the President of the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL in 2004 and served until 2008.
He was the Secretary-General of the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) and served from 1998 till 2004.
He also served under the position of the Area Manager for the United Democratic Front (1989).
Fikile was the President of the Botshabelo Youth Congress from 1986 until 1987.
Fikile Mbalula Contacts
Postal Address 1: Private Bag X174, Pretoria, 0001.
Postal Address 2: Private Bag X9192, Cape Town, 8000.
Street Address 1: 123 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria.
Street Address 2: 120 Plein Street, 2nd Floor, Room 236, Cape Town.
Cell Phone Number: 012 312 5911.
Fax: 012 323 5618.
He became the president of the ANC Youth League in 2004. In 2009, he became the Deputy Minister of Police in the cabinet of Jacob Zuma.
Following the change of President Jacob Zuma cabinet, he became the Minister of Sport and Recreation.
Following the president’s reshuffle of the cabinet in March 2017, he became the Minister of police.
He served as the manager of the ANC election campaign in 2009 and it was recorded to be highly successful.
In 2017, Fikile was elected to serve at the ANC NEC at the party’s Polokwane conference in 15th place.