List of members of the 3rd Gauteng Provincial Legislature

3rd Gauteng Provincial Legislature
2nd Legislature 4th Legislature
Overview
Legislative bodyGauteng Provincial Legislature
JurisdictionGauteng, South Africa
Meeting placeJohannesburg City Hall
Term26 April 2004 – April 2009
Election14 April 2004
Members73
SpeakerRichard Mdakane
Deputy Speaker
Premier
Party controlAfrican National Congress

The third Gauteng Provincial Legislature was elected in the election of 14 April 2004. In that election, the African National Congress (ANC) retained its majority in the legislature, winning 51 of 73 seats. In its first sitting on 26 April 2004, the legislature re-elected Mbhazima Shilowa as Premier of Gauteng. It also elected Richard Mdakane as Speaker and Mary Metcalfe as Deputy Speaker.

The Democratic Alliance, with 15 seats, was the official opposition in the legislature. Also represented in the legislature were the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), the Freedom Front Plus (FF+), the Independent Democrats (ID), the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC), and the United Democratic Movement (UDM). For the first time since the legislature was established in 1994, the New National Party was not represented.

Metcalfe resigned from the legislature in 2005 and was replaced as Deputy Speaker by Sophia Williams-De Bruyn. Moreover, in 2008, Shilowa resigned as Premier and Paul Mashatile was elected to replace him.

Composition

Party Seats
African National Congress 51
Democratic Alliance 15
Inkatha Freedom Party 2
African Christian Democratic Party 1
FF Plus 1
Independent Democrats 1
Pan Africanist Congress of Azania 1
United Democratic Front 1
Total 73

Members

The table below lists the members elected to the provincial legislature in the April 2004 election; it does not take into account changes in membership after the election.

Member Party
Lydia Meshoe ACDP
Pamotanji Johannes Bokaba ANC
Firoz Cachalia ANC
Motlalepula Chabaku ANC
Barbara Creecy ANC
Sam de Beer ANC
Buyisiwe Regina Dhladhla ANC
Ignatius Jacobs ANC
Trevor Fowler ANC
Mondli Gungubele ANC
Refilwe Sophia Letwaba ANC
Bob Mabaso ANC
Nomopo Maggie Madlala ANC
Errol Magerman ANC
Qedani Mahlangu ANC
Sipho John Makama ANC
Pule Isaac Malefane ANC
Lindiwe Maseko ANC
Paul Mashatile ANC
Faith Mazibuko ANC
Valentine Mbatha ANC
Richard Mdakane ANC
Mary Metcalfe ANC
Angelina Mmatlou Moeng ANC
Jacqueline Mofokeng ANC
Annah Refilwe Mogale ANC
Moabi Daniel Mohapi ANC
Uhuru Moiloa ANC
Nomvula Mokonyane ANC
Khabisi Mosunkutu ANC
Angie Motshekga ANC
Mathole Motshekga ANC
Cetshwayo Amon Msane ANC
Samson Bengeza Mthombeni ANC
Refiloe Nosipho Ndzuta ANC
Steward Ngwenya ANC
Mandla Nkomfe ANC
Bekizwe Nkosi ANC
Hope Papo ANC
Nomalizo Joyce Pekane ANC
Mbongeni Radebe ANC
Nomantu Ralehoko ANC
Gwen Ramokgopa ANC
Ram Salojee ANC
Michael Homotsang Seloane ANC
Doreen Senkoanyane ANC
Sicelo Shiceka ANC
Mbhazima Shilowa ANC
Nokuthula Sikakane ANC
Elliot Mshiyeni Sogoni ANC
Dikeledi Tsotetsi ANC
Godfrey Tsotetsi ANC
Jack Bloom DA
Philippus Bernardus de Wet DA
Brian Goodall DA
Rose Esther Gudlhuza DA
Hermene Koorts DA
Hendrika Johanna Lodiwika Kruger DA
Patricia Betty Mokgohlwa DA
John Moodey DA
Cornelia Margaritha Elizabeth Plüddemann DA
Chabeli Salmon Nkhi DA
David Lockwood Quail DA
Glenda Jane Steyn DA
James Martin Swart DA
Paul Samuel Robert Willemburg DA
Frederik Gerhardus Andreas Wolmarans DA
Jaco Mulder FF+
Themba Sono ID
Gertrude Mzizi IFP
Sibongile Nkomo IFP
Malesela Ledwaba PAC
Nomakhosazana Mncedane UDM

Members who joined the legislature during the term included:


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