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List of NCOP members of the 24th Parliament of South Africa

This is a list of members of the National Council of Provinces in the 24th Parliament of South Africa.[1] Each of South Africa's nine provinces sends a delegation of six permanent members to the NCOP.

Eastern Cape

Name Party
Beauty Dlulane ANC
Jacobus le Roux DA
Atwell Manyosi ANC
Marius Robertson ANC
Dickson Mkono ANC
Agnes Qikani UDM

Free State

Name Party
Nkosiwandile Mqungquthu ANC
Tutu Ralane ANC
Tsietsi Setona ANC
Frederick van Heerden FF+
Cornelius van Rooyen ANC
Darryl Worth DA

Gauteng

Name Party
Su Huei Chen DA
Nomopo Madlala-Magubane ANC
Faith Mazibuko ANC
Madala Mzizi IFP
Elliot Sogoni ANC
Dikeledi Tsotetsi ANC

KwaZulu-Natal

Name Party
Dumisane Gamede ANC
Gregory Krumbock DA
Abbie Mchunu ANC
Chris Ntuli ANC
Mildred Olifant ANC
Jeanette Vilakazi IFP

Limpopo

Name Party
Daniël Botha ANC
Mninwa Mahlangu ANC
Helen Matlanyane ANC
Mathupa Mokoena ANC
Joel Sibiya ANC
Motlatjo Thetjeng DA

Mpumalanga

Name Party
Joseph Mkhaliphi ANC
Florence Nyanda ANC
Priscilla Themba ANC
Bagudi Tolo ANC
Armiston Watson DA
Victor Windvoël ANC

North West

Name Party
Kenewang Kgarebe UCDP
Zolile Kolweni ANC
Joyce Masilo ANC
Peter Moatshe ANC
Abram Moseki ANC
Johanna Terblanche DA

Northern Cape

Name Party
Christian Goeieman ANC
Peggy Hollander ANC
Lillian Ntembe ID
Mohamed Sulliman ANC
Reseriti Tau ANC
Dirk van der Merwe DA

Western Cape

Name Party
Freddie Adams ANC
Wesley Douglas ACDP
Helen Lamoela DA
Novello Mack ANC
Nosipho Ntwanambi ANC
Denise Robinson DA
  1. ^ Parliament list as of 11 Nov 2008
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