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The Cabinet of Eswatini is the most senior level of the executive branch of the Government of Eswatini. It is composed of the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Ministers. Ministers are appointed by the king on the advice of the prime minister. All cabinet members are required to be members of parliament.
|Prime Minister of Eswatini||Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini|
|Deputy Prime Minister of Eswatini||Themba N. Masuku|
|Commerce, Industry & Trade||Manqoba Khumalo|
|Justice and Constitutional Affairs||Pholile Dlamini|
|Information Communication & Technology||Sikhanyiso Dlamini|
|Natural Resources & Energy||Peter Bhembe|
|Home Affairs||Princess Lindiwe|
|Public Works & Transport||Ndlaluhlaza Ndwandwe|
|Housing & Urban Development||Prince Simelane|
|Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation||Thuli Dladla|
|Sports, Culture & Youth Affairs||Harries Madze Bulunga|
|Tourism and Environmental Affairs||Moses Vilakati|
|Tinkhundla Administration & Development||David Ngcamphalala|
|Education and Training||Lady Howard Mabuza|
|Labour & Social Security||Makhosi Vilakati|
|Public Service||Christian Ntshangase|
|Economic Planning and Development||Tambo Gina|
- Dibie Ike, Michael (4 November 2018). "eSwantini appoints King Mswati's daughter as ICT Minister". www.africanews.com. Retrieved 16 July 2020.
- "STATEMENT BY THE RT. HON. PRIME MINISTER MR AMBROSE MANDVULO DLAMINI AT THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONY OF CABINET MINISTERS At Cabinet Offices Tuesday 6 November 2018". The Government of the Kingdom of Eswatini. Retrieved 16 July 2020.
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