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ANC names new premiers

2014-05-20 13:47
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Johannesburg - The ANC has announced the new premiers of the eight provinces it controls.

According to The Star, three premiers have not kept their positions. These include Nomvula Mokonyane in Gauteng, Thandi Modise in North West and Noxolo Kiviet in the Eastern Cape.

Mokonyane has reportedly been replaced by Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Ntombi Mekgwe, while Modise and Kiviet have been replaced by the provincial chairmen Supra Mahumapelo and Phumulo Masualle respectively, according to the report.

The list is as follows:

Gauteng: David Makhura

Mpumalanga: David Mabuza

Limpopo: Stan Mathabatha

Free State: Ace Magashule

Eastern Cape: Phumulo Masualle

Northern Cape: Sylvia Lucas

KwaZulu-Natal: Senzo Mchunu

North West: Supra Mahumapelo

For a full summary of the 9 provincial premiers, who's in and who's out, watch here:

- An earlier version of this story, based on a report in The Star, incorrectly stated that Ntombi Mekgwe was the new Gauteng premier. She is in fact the Speaker in the Gauteng legislature. News24 apologises for this error.

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