Minister of Bantu Administration and Development, and Bantu Education

The Minister of Bantu Administration and Development, and Bantu Education is a former political position in apartheid South Africa. Until 1958, the position was titled The Minister of Native Affairs.

Structure of Bantu Administration

Office-holdersEdit

# Name Period Party
Ministers of Native Affairs
1. Henry Burton 31 May 1910 - 25 June 1912 SAP
2. James Barry Munnik Hertzog 25 June 1912 - 20 December 1912 SAP
3. Jacobus Wilhelmus Sauer 20 December 1912 - 23 September 1913 SAP
4. Louis Botha 23 September 1913 - 3 September 1919 SAP
5. Jan Smuts 3 September 1919 - 30 June 1924 SAP
6. James Barry Munnik Hertzog 30 June 1924 - 19 June 1929 NP
7. Ernest George Jansen 19 June 1929 - 30 March 1933 NP
8. Pieter Gert Wesler Grobler 30 March 1933 - 3 June 1938 NP; 1934 UP
9. Henry Allan Fagan 3 June 1938 - 6 September 1939 UP
10. Deneys Reitz 6 September 1939 - 11 January 1943 UP
11. Pieter Voltelyn Graham van der Byl 11 January 1943 - 4 June 1948 UP
12. Ernest George Jansen 4 June 1948 - 19 October 1950 HNP
13. Hendrik Verwoerd 19 October 1950 - 3 September 1958 HNP; 1951 NP
Name Period Title
Michel Daniel Christiaan de Wet Nel 1958–1966 Minister of Bantu Administration and Development, and Bantu Education
Michiel Coenraad Botha 1966–1977 Minister of Bantu Administration and Development, and Bantu Education
Cornelius Petrus Mulder January – November 1978 Minister of Plural Relations and Development
Piet Koornhof 1978–1984 Minister of Plural Relations and Development/Minister of Co-operation and Development
Gerrit Viljoen 1985–1988 Minister of Co-operation and Development
Stoffel van der Merwe 1989–1991 Minister of National Education and Training
Samuel Johannes de Beer 1991–1994 Minister of National Education and Training