Politics of Limpopo

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As a province of South Africa, Limpopo province is governed through a parliamentary system of government.


The current Premier of Limpopo Province is Stanley Mathabatha who assumed office on 18 July 2013. This is the current Executive Council, as of 2019.

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


The legislative functions of the provincial government are carried out by the Limpopo Legislature, which elects the leader of the largest party or coalition in the legislature as the premier of the province.