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List of members of the 2017-2022 African National Congress National Executive Committee

The members of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress elected at the 52nd national conference in 2017 at Nasrec, will serve until the next national conference in 2022. The ANC elective conference began on 16 December 2017. On the second day of the conference, delegates nominated candidates for the officials as follows, with voting running through the night on 17 to 18 December, results announced on the evening of Monday 18 December: The remaining 80 members of the National Executive Committee were elected and announced toward the end of the conference. Zweli Mkhize Lindiwe Zulu Regina Mohaule David Masondo Malusi Gigaba Ronald Lamola Violet Siqeda Zizi Kodwa Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Obed Bapela Tito Mboweni Lindiwe Sisulu Bheki Cele Fikile Mbalula Thoko Didiza Sdumo Dlamini Bathabile Dlamini Senzo Mchunu Pravin Gordhan Naledi Pandor Alvin Botes Zingiswa Losi Jackson Mthembu Pumullo Masualle Pule Mabe Sifiso Buthelezi Mduduzi Manana Aaron Motsoaledi Thandi Modise Bongani Bongo Enoch Godongwana Nomvula Mokonyane Baleka Mbete Derek Hanekom Mondli Gungubele Jeff Radebe Edna Molewa Collen Maine Nathi Mthethwa Tina Joemat-Peterse Nkenke Kekana Maite Mashabane Angie Motshekga David Mahlobo Ruth Bhengu Mosebenzi Zwane Pinky Kekana Nocawe Mafu Joe Maswanganyi Tony Yengeni Joel Netshitenzhe Dakota Lekgoete Nosiviwe Mapisa Nqakula Noxolo Kieviet Ngoako Ramathlodi Mathole Motshekga Sibongile Besani Dikeledi Makatsi Thabang Makwetla Siyabonga Cwele Babara Creecy Mildred Oliphant Khensani Khubayi Thandi Mahambehlala Nokuzola Capa Susan Shabangu Pinky Moloi Beauty Dlulane Pamela Tshwete Thokozile Xasa Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba NomaIndia Mfeketo Hlengiwe Mkhize Pammy Majodina Faith Muthambi Rejoice Mabudafasi Candith Mashego Cindy Tshikunga Gwen Ramokgopa Sylvia Lucas

Rosa María Hinojosa de Ballí

Rosa María Hinojosa de Ballí was a rancher known as the first "cattle queen" of Texas. She was born in what is now as Tamaulipas, her parents, Juan José de Hinojosa and María Antonia Inés Ballí de Benavides, were Spanish aristocrats who had priority rights to extensive land grants and public offices because they were Primitive Settlers. In 1767 her family moved to Reynosa. Rosa married José María Ballí, a captain of the militia, she inherited 55,000 acres of land from her husband in 1790. Rosa endowed churches, including the first chapel in Matamoros; when she died she owned more than one million acres of land in what is now the Rio Grande Valley. Her son Padre Ballí was an original grantee of Padre Island, named after him. Rosa had made a joint application with Padre for eleven leagues of the island, but when reapplication was required in 1800, she withdrew her name in favor of him. Minnie Gilbert, "Texas' First Cattle Queen," in Roots by the River