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Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet (South Africa)

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South Africa's Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet (Tswana: kabinetemaitlhomo; Sotho: sekabinete; Northern Sotho: kabinete ya lekgotlakganetšo; Afrikaans: skadukabinet; Zulu: izingqapheli zesigungu sesishayamthetho; Southern Ndebele: ikhabinethi elingisako; Xhosa: ikhabhinethi yeqela eliphikisayo; Swazi: ikhabhinethi lelindzele; Tsonga: khabinete yo xopela; Venda: khabinethe yo dzumbamaho) consists of Members of the National Assembly who scrutinise their corresponding office holders in the executive branch of government and develop alternative policies for their respective portfolios. The Democratic Alliance (DA) retained their position as official opposition in the 2019 general election and Mmusi Maimane announced his shadow cabinet on 5 June 2019.[1]

Mmusi Maimane resigned as Leader of the Opposition in October 2019. John Steenhuisen was elected as his successor and leads the Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet.[2] Appointed alongside Steenhuisen was Natasha Mazzone, as Chief Whip,[3] and Annelie Lotriet as Chairperson of the Caucus.[4] Steenhuisen announced his shadow cabinet on 5 December 2020.[5]

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  1. ^ Gerber, Jan (5 June 2019). "Here's the DA's 'shadow cabinet'". News24. Retrieved 22 March 2020.
  2. ^ Daniel, Luke (27 October 2019). "Uncontested: John Steenhuisen elected DA Parliamentary Leader". The South African. Retrieved 22 March 2020.
  3. ^ Phakathi, Bhekezela (31 October 2019). "Natasha Mazzone is the new DA chief whip". BusinessDay. Retrieved 22 March 2020.
  4. ^ Mokone, Thabo (30 May 2019). "DA names parliamentary leaders as it aims to tackle ANC head-on". TimesLIVE. Retrieved 22 March 2020.
  5. ^ Mazzone, Natasha (5 December 2020). "DA announces new Shadow Cabinet that will bring Real Hope and Real Change". Democratic Alliance. Retrieved 5 December 2020.
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