Republic of South Sudan

The Cabinet of South Sudan

The Cabinet of South Sudan is the Executive Branch of the Government of South Sudan. The Cabinet members are appointed by the President and report to the President.

Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity (RTGoNU)

Under the terms of 2018 Revitalized Peace Agreement that came into effect on 22 February 2020, South Sudan is governed by a Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity (RTGoNU).

This government is led by a cabinet of 35 members. Under the terms of the agreement, SPLM will nominate 20 ministers, SPLM-IO will nominate nine ministers, South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA) will nominate 3, former detainees will nominate 2 and the remaining minister will be nominated by other parties to the agreement.

President of South SudanSalva Kiir Mayardit (SPLM)
Vice Presidents of South SudanRiek Machar (SPLM-IO)

James Wani Igga (SPLM)

Taban Deng Gai (SPLM-IO)

Rebecca Nyandeng Garang (former Detainees)

Hussein Abdelbagi (SSOA)

Minister of presidential Affairs Barnaba Marial Benjamin
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Josephine Joseph Lagu
Minister of livestock and fisheries Onyoti Adigo Nyikec
Minister of cabinet Affairs Martin Elia Lomuro
Minister of Investment Dhieu Mathok
Minister of Youth and Sports Albino Bol Dhieu
Minister of Defense and Veterans Affairs Angelina Teny
Minister of East African Affairs Deng Alor Koul
Minister of Energy and Dams Peter Mercallo Nasir
Minister of Environment and Forestry Josephine Napwon Cosmas
Minister of Federal Affairs Lasuba L. Wango
Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Dier Tong Ngor
Minister of foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Mayiik Ayii Deng
Minister of Gender and Social Welfare Ayaa Benjamin Warille
Minister of General Education and Instruction Awut Deng Achuil
Minister of Health Yolanda Awel Deng
Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology Gabriel Changson Chang
Minister of Land, Housing and Urban Development Michael Chanjiek Geay
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Peter Mayen MajongDit
Minister of Information, Communication Technology and Postal Service Michael Makuei Lueth
Minister of Interior Mahmoud Solomon Agook
Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Pal Mai Deng
Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Ruben Madol Arol Kachuol
Minister of Labour James Hoth Mai
Minister of National Security Obote Mamur Mete
Minister of Petroleum Puot Kang Chuol
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Mary Mawai
Minister of Culture, Museums and National Heritage Nadia Arop Dudi
Minister of Peace Building Stephen Parl Kuol
Minister of Public Service and Human Resource Development Bangasi Joseph Bakosoro
Minister of Trade and Industry Kuol Athian Mawien
Minister of Roads and Bridges Simon Mijok Majak
Minister of Mining Martin Abuchas
Minister of Transport Madut Biar Yol
Minister of Wildlife, Conservation and Tourism Rizik Zakaria Hassan