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2024 South African general election

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2024 South African general election

← 2019 TBD 2029 →

All 400 seats to the National Assembly of South Africa
201 seats needed for a majority
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Leader Cyril Ramaphosa John Steenhuisen Julius Malema
Party ANC Democratic Alliance Economic Freedom Fighters
Last election 57.50%, 230 seats 20.77%, 84 seats 10.79%, 44 seats
Current seats 230 84 44

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Leader Velenkosini Hlabisa Pieter Groenewald Kenneth Meshoe
Party IFP Freedom Front Plus ACDP
Last election 3.38%, 14 seats 2.38%, 10 seats 0.84%, 4 seats
Current seats 14 10 4

Incumbent President

Cyril Ramaphosa

The 2024 South African general election will be held in 2024 to elect a new National Assembly as well as the provincial legislature in each province. These will be the seventh elections held under the conditions of universal adult suffrage since the end of the apartheid era in 1994. The new National Council of Provinces will be elected at the first sitting of each provincial legislature.

Electoral system

South Africa has a parliamentary system of government. The National Assembly has 400 members elected by a system of proportional representation with a closed list approach. Two hundred members are elected from national party lists, while the other 200 are elected from provincial party lists in each of the nine provinces.[1] The President of South Africa will be elected by the National Assembly following the election.[2]

The provincial legislatures, which differ in size from 30 to 80 members, are also elected by a system of proportional representation with closed lists. The premiers of each province are elected by the respective provincial legislatures.[1]

The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) comprises 90 members, ten elected by each of the provincial legislatures in proportion to the composition of the legislature. The NCOP members will be sworn in the day after the first sitting of the National Assembly.[1]

Opinion polls

Polling Organisation Fieldwork Date Sample Size ANC DA EFF Others Don't
Ipsos Jul 2020–Sept 2020 3,758 50 16 13 5 16 34
Ipsos 20 Sept 2019–8 Nov 2019 3,600 55 13 8 6 18 42
2019 general election results 8 May 2019 N/A 57.5 20.8 10.8 10.1 N/A 36.7


  1. ^ Includes Abstention and No answer responses


  1. ^ a b c "Election for National Assembly". ElectionGuide. Retrieved 4 January 2020.
  2. ^ Paton, Carol; Quintal, Genevieve (22 May 2019). "Cyril Ramaphosa elected as president by National Assembly". BusinessDay. Retrieved 4 January 2020.
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