The High Court in the Western Cape has set aside the suspension of Busisiwe Mkhwebane on Friday.
However the order will have to be confirmed by the Constitutional Court before it is enforced.
The President suspended Mkhwebane in June.
She later took to social media suggesting Ramaphosa was gunning for her because of her investigation into the theft at his Phala Phala farm, Glencore and other scandals.
She has always maintained that her suspension was rushed and unlawful.
Meanwhile, a Parliamentary inquiry into her fitness to hold office is continuing.
Matters Related To Putin Not On BRICS Meeting Agenda – Pandor
Professor Taole Mokoena appointed As SA’s New Health Ombudsman
Glencore Ferroalloys Supports Local SMME In Steelpoort With Two 65-Seater Busses
Car-Sharing Could Hold The Key To The Future Of SA’s Mobility In Urban Areas
Debt Ceiling Deal Wins House Approval
SA’s Health System A ‘Dysfunctional Mess’ That Can’t Be Fixed – Makgoba
Zimbabweans In SA Have A Month To Find Alternative Ways To Regularise Stay
Power Grid Collapse ‘Highly Improbable’ – Ramokgopa
Government Is Intensifying The Fight Against Crime – Ramaphosa
Ending Loadshedding Is Ramaphosa’s Top Priority
HEALA Urges SA Public To Comment On Draft Food Labelling Regulations
There’s Been An Improvement in Implementation Of Energy Action Plan – Ramokgopa