South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will announce changes to the national executive on Monday, presidential spokesman Vincent Magwenya said on Sunday.
“The president is finalising his reconfiguration of the national executive,” Magwenya said at a news briefing, adding that he was taking into account the swearing in of some members of parliament before announcing the reshuffle.
The changes were widely expected after Mr Ramaphosa was re-elected as leader of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party in December.
The president is expected to appoint a new vice president following the resignation of former vice president David Mabuza on Wednesday.
The new position of electricity minister is among the roles to be filled.