He took his oath of office earlier today.
The new MEC has promised not to disappoint KwaZulu-Natal communities.
"I believe in negotiations and I have a background in the trade union movement. Negotiations and engagement is my style," he said.
NOW READ: Kaunda elected new eThekwini mayorNtuli is confident he will be able to deal with the challenges facing the department, especially those involving the taxi industry.
"I will be able to deal with the challenging issues, either from the taxi industry or when it comes to service delivery," he said.
"These departments have to bring in service delivery to the people. I will follow in the footsteps of the previous MECs that I have served under."
ALSO READ: More trucks torched in KZNPremier Sihle Zikalala believes Ntuli has the necessary experience to succeed.
Ntuli was moved into the role of MEC after Kaunda was given the mayoral chains in eThekwini last week.
Kaunda replaced Zandile Gumede in the top office at Durban City Hall.
ALSO READ: Gumede remains mum on re-electionGumede was axed by the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal for performance-related issues.
She is facing corruption-related charges in connection with a multi-million Rand waste remove tender, dating back to 2016.
The former mayor was granted R50,000 bail in the matter and is due back in court early next year.
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