Second Cabinet of Jan Smuts

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4th Cabinet of Union of South Africa
(since 1909 South Africa Act)
1921
Picture of Jan Christiaan Smuts.jpg
Jan Smuts (c. 1918)
Date formed8 February 1921 (1921-02-08)
Date dissolved19 June 1924 (1924-06-19)
People and organisations
Head of stateKing George V (represented by Prince Arthur of Connaught, later The Earl of Athlone)
Head of governmentJan Smuts
No. of ministers9
Member partySouth African Party
Status in legislatureMajority
Opposition partyNational Party
Opposition leaderJ. B. M. Hertzog
History
Election(s)1921
Legislature term(s)3 years, 4 months and 11 days
PredecessorSmuts I
SuccessorHertzog I
4th Cabinet of Union of South Africa.
(c.1923)
Front (left to right): Thomas Watt, F.S. Malan, Jan Smuts, Thomas Smartt and Henry Burton.
Back (left to right): Nicolaas de Wet, Deneys Reitz, Patrick Duncan, John William Jagger and Hendrik Mentz.

CabinetEdit

Post Minister Term Party
Prime Minister   Gen. Jan Smuts 1919 1924 SAP
Minister of Agriculture   The Hon. Deneys Reitz MP 1921 1924 SAP
Minister of Defence
The Hon. Hendrik Mentz MP
1919 1924 SAP
Minister of Education   The Hon. Patrick Duncan MP 1921 1924 SAP
Minister of Finance
The Hon. Henry Burton MP
1920 1924 SAP
Minister of Public Health   The Hon. Patrick Duncan MP 1921 1924 SAP
Minister of Interior Affairs   The Hon. Patrick Duncan MP 1921 1924 SAP
Minister of Justice
The Hon. Nicolaas de Wet MP
1913 1924 SAP
Minister of Lands and Irrigation   The Hon. Deneys Reitz MP 1921 1924 SAP
Minister of Mines and Industry
The Hon. F.S. Malan MP
1912 1924 SAP
Minister of Native Affairs   Gen. Jan Smuts 1919 1924 SAP
Minister of Posts and Telegraphs
The Hon. Thomas Watt MP
1921 1924 SAP
Minister of Public Works
The Hon. Thomas Watt MP
1921 1924 SAP
Minister of Railways and Harbours
The Hon. John W. Jagger MP
1921 1924 SAP

SourcesEdit

  • "Geocities – South Africa". Geocities (Web Archive). Archived from the original on 16 October 2007. Retrieved 16 October 2007.