Public service and administration Minister, Ayanda Dlodlo, is set to resign from her position in April and join the World Bank.

The Sunday Times reports that Dlodlo was introduced to the World Bank in in 2021 and she was initially expected to leave in January 2022.

However, her departure has been delayed as she has to complete a number of important assignments in her Ministry before she leaves.

Dlodlo will take up one of three African seats on the world Bank Board as one of the executive directors.


The three seats for Africa are occupied by South Africa, Nigeria and Angola.

At present, South Africa’s seat is occupied by Khathu Todani, who Ramaphosa wants to replace with Dlodlo, who is more senior.

Dlodlo ‘s partner is already based in the USA.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Times newspaper – 13 March 2022.