On Thursday March 30 President Jacob Zuma made 20 changes (10 ministers and 10 deputy ministers) to his national executive. It is the 11th time he has reshuffled the executive, since his first national executive in May 2009. The following graphic tracks all changes to the national executive since President Zuma first assumed office. From it, and based on his latest reshuffle, the following facts can be drawn: • Zuma is currently overseeing his 11th different Cabinet and national executive. • In total, since 2009, Zuma has made 126 changes to the national executive: 62 changes to ministerial positions, 63 changes to deputy ministerial positions and one change to the deputy presidency. • The current national executive (all ministers and deputy ministers), last restructured on March 30 2017, stands at 74 people. It includes the president, the deputy president, 35 ministers and 37 deputy ministers. • The Cabinet alone (just the president, deputy president and ministers) has 37 people. •...

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