Jomo Sibiya, the former KwaZulu-Natal Public Works and Human Settlements MEC, has been appointed as a special advisor to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
After facing a political reshuffle last year, Sibiya, a self-proclaimed “Ankole” through and through, continued his dedicated work as a member of the provincial legislature.
Sibiya’s journey has been marked by hard work and commitment to public service.
Despite being ousted by the “Taliban” faction and returning to his role as an ordinary MPL, he persisted in his political endeavors.
Having graduated from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Sibiya has now decided to take on new responsibilities by tendering his resignation to assume his advisory role.
Starting on August 1, Sibiya will begin his duties as a special advisor to President Ramaphosa.