Cabinet of South Australia

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The Cabinet of South Australia is the chief policy-making organ of the Government of South Australia. In South Australia, the cabinet is interchangeably known as the ministry as there is no "outer ministry" – therefore all ministers are in cabinet. The current fourteen-member cabinet, the Marshall Ministry, is headed by Premier Steven Marshall of the South Australian Division of the Liberal Party of Australia.[1][2][3]

Composition of ministry[edit]

Portfolio Minister Party affiliation Term start Term end Term in office
The Hon. Steven Marshall MP PremierMarshall2018.jpg Liberal 19 March 2018 (2018-03-19) incumbent 475 days
The Hon. Vickie Chapman MP Chapman2018.jpg Liberal
The Hon. Rob Lucas MLC Lucas2018.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Education
The Hon. John Gardner MP John Gardner, South Australia, 2018.jpg Liberal 22 March 2018 (2018-03-22) 472 days
  • Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment
The Hon. David Ridgway MLC Ridgway.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Human Services
The Hon. Michelle Lensink MLC Lensink.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Innovation and Skills
The Hon. David Pisoni MP Pisoni.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Health and Wellbeing
The Hon. Stephen Wade MLC Wade2018.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Energy and Mining
The Hon. Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP Van Holst Pellekaan.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Child Protection
The Hon. Rachel Sanderson MP Rachel Sanderson, South Australia, 2018.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development
The Hon. Tim Whetstone MP Whetstone2018.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services
  • Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing
The Hon. Corey Wingard MP Wingard.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Environment and Water
The Hon. David Speirs MP Speirs.jpg Liberal
  • Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government
  • Minister for Planning
The Hon. Stephan Knoll MP Stephan Knoll, South Australia, 2018.jpg Liberal

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The South Australian Government Gazette, 19 March 2018, No. 18, Supplementary Gazette" (PDF). Retrieved 19 March 2018.
  2. ^ MacLennan, Leah (22 March 2018). "SA election: Who's who in the new South Australian Liberal Government?". ABC News. Australia. Retrieved 22 March 2018.
  3. ^ "The South Australian Government Gazette, 22 March 2018, No. 20, Supplementary Gazette" (PDF). Retrieved 23 March 2018.

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