|Party-list proportional representation|
|7 May 2014|
The Limpopo Legislature (or Limpopo Provincial Legislature) is the primary legislative body of the South African province of Limpopo. It is unicameral in its composition, and elects the premier and the provincial cabinet from among the members of the leading party or coalition in the parliament.
The Legislature, like all those in South Africa, is chosen via party list proportional representation, for terms of five years, though may be dissolved earlier under certain conditions. The African National Congress has dominated the body since its creation in 1994. The most recent election was held on 7 May 2014. The following table summarises the results.
|African National Congress||1,149,348||78.60||39|
|Economic Freedom Fighters||156,982||10.74||6|
|Congress of the People||12,573||0.86||1|
The Speaker is the political head of the legislature, and is assisted by a Deputy Speaker. As of 2012 the Speaker is KE Nong  and his deputy is BJ Matshoge; they are both members of the African National Congress.
This is a list of Speakers of the Limpopo Provincial Legislature (1994–1995: Northern Transvaal Provincial Legislature, 1995–2003: Northern Province Provincial Legislature):
|Name||Entered office||Left office||Party|
|T.G. Mashamba ||1994||?||ANC|
|Robert Malavi ||?||2004||ANC|
|Dr. Tsienuwani Farisani||2004||2008||ANC|
- 5.2.5. South Africa: Provincial Governments
- Speaker Malavi was re-elected on 15 June 1999
- ANC Daily News Briefing 16 June 1999