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Executive Council (South Africa)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In South Africa, the Executive Council of a province is the cabinet of the provincial government.[1] The Executive Council consists of the Premier and five to ten other members,[2] who have the title "Member of the Executive Council", commonly abbreviated to "MEC".[1]

MECs are appointed by the Premier from amongst the members of the provincial legislature; he or she can also dismiss them. The provincial legislature may force the Premier to reconstitute the council by passing a motion of no confidence in the Executive Council excluding the Premier; if the legislature passes a motion of no confidence in the Executive Council including the Premier, then the Premier and the MECs must resign.[2]

The Premier designates powers and functions to the MECs; conventionally they are assigned portfolios in specific areas of responsibility. They are accountable to the provincial legislature, both individually and as a collective, and must regularly report to the legislature on the performance of their responsibilities.[2]

The Western Cape, the only province to have adopted its own constitution, chose to call its executive council the "Provincial Cabinet", and its MECs "Provincial Ministers".[3]

Membership of executive councils

The following tables show the members of the nine Executive Councils as of 2019.[4]

Eastern Cape

Portfolio MEC
Premier Oscar Mabuyane
Finance, Economic Development and Environmental Affairs Mlungisi Mvoko
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Xolile Nqatha
Rural Development and Agrarian Reform Nomakhosazana Meth
Education Fundile Gade
Human Settlements Nonkqubela Pieters
Safety and Liaison Weziwe Tikana
Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture Fezeka Nkomonye-Bayeni
Social Development Siphokazi Mani-Lusithi
Health Sindiswa Gomba
Public Works Babalo Madikizela

Free State

Portfolio MEC
Premier Sisi Ntombela
Agriculture and Rural Development William Bulwane
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Thembeni Nxangisa
Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Makalo Mohale
Education Tate Makgoe
Health Montseng Tsiu
Police, Roads and Transport Sam Mashinini
Provincial Treasury Gadija Brown
Public Works and Human Settlements Motshidisi Koloi
Social Development Mamiki Qabathe
Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation Limakatso Mahasa

Gauteng

Portfolio MEC
Premier David Makhura
Finance and e-Government Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko
Education Panyaza Lesufi
Community Safety Faith Mazibuko
Human Settlements, Urban Planning and
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Lebogang Maile
Social Development Morakane Mosupyoe
Public Transport and Road Infrastructure Jacob Mamabolo
Infrastructure Development and Property Management Tasneem Motara
Economic Development, Agriculture and Environment Parks Tau
Sports, Arts, Culture and Recreation Mbali Hlophe
Health Nomathemba Mokgethi

KwaZulu-Natal

Portfolio MEC
Premier Sihle Zikalala
Agriculture, Environmental Affairs and Rural Development Bongi Sithole-Moloi
Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation Hlengiwe Mavimbela
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Sipho Hlomuka
Economic Development and Tourism Ravi Pillay
Education Kwazi Mshengu
Finance Nomusa Dube-Mncube
Health Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu
Human Settlements and Public Works Peggy Nkonyeni
Social Development Nonhlanhla Khoza
Transport and Community Safety and Liaison Bhekuyise Ntuli

Limpopo

Portfolio MEC
Premier Stanley Mathabatha
Agriculture Nandi Ndalane
Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and
Traditional Affairs
Basikopo Makamu
Economic Development, Environment and Tourism Thabo Andrew Mokone
Education Polly Boshielo
Health Phophi Ramathuba
Social Development Nkakareng Rakgoale
Provincial Treasury Charles Seaparo Sekoati
Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure Dickson Masemola
Transport and Community Safety Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya
Sport, Arts and Culture Thandi Moraka

Mpumalanga

Portfolio MEC
Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane
Agriculture, Rural Development and Land Administration Vusi Shongwe
Community Safety, Security and Liaison Gabsile Shabalala
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Mandla Msibi
Culture, Sport and Recreation Lindiwe Ntshalintshali
Social Development Thandi Shongwe
Education Bonakele Majuba
Finance, Economic Development and Tourism Pat Ngomana
Health Sasekani Manzini
Human Settlements Norah Mahlangu
Public Works, Roads and Transport Gillion Mashego

North West

Portfolio MEC
Premier Job Mokgoro
Agriculture and Rural Development Desbo Sefanyetso Mohono
Economic Development, Environment and Tourism Kenetswe Mosenogi
Education Wendy Matsemela
Finance Motlalepule Rosho
Health Madoda Sambatha
Cooperative Governance, Human Settlement and
Traditional Affairs
Vacant
Public Works and Roads Oagile Saliva Molapisi
Community Safety and Transport Management Sello Lehari
Social Development, Women, Children and People
With Disabilities
Boitumelo Moiloa
Sport, Arts and Culture Tsotso Tlhapi

Northern Cape

Portfolio MEC
Premier Zamani Saul
Sport, Arts and Culture Desery Finies
Transport and Safety Liaison Nomandla Bloem
Finance, Economic Development and Tourism Abraham Vosloo
Health Maruping Lekwene
Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs Bentley Vass
Education Zolile Monakali
Land Reform, Agriculture and Nature Conservation and
Environmental Affairs
Mase Manopole
Roads and Public Works Fufe Makatong
Social Development Nontobeko Vilakazi

Western Cape

Portfolio MEC
Premier Alan Winde
Finance and Economic Opportunities David Maynier
Community Safety Albert Fritz
Education Debbie Schäfer
Health Nomafrench Mbombo
Human Settlements Tertuis Simmers
Social Development Sharna Fernandez
Transport and Public Works Bonginkosi Madikizela
Agriculture Ivan Meyer
Cultural Affairs and Sport Anroux Marais
Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning Anton Bredell

References

  1. ^ a b "Provincial government". SouthAfrica.info. Archived from the original on 17 March 2011. Retrieved 7 October 2010.
  2. ^ a b c Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, Chapter 6: "Provinces", ss. 125–141
  3. ^ Constitution of the Western Cape, 1997, Chapter 4: "Executive".
  4. ^ "Contact list: MECs of the Provincial Governments" (PDF). Government Communication and Information System. 10 July 2013. Retrieved 22 September 2013.
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