South Africa Parliament

Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
Parliament of South Africa (Female suffrage for white women in 1930, for colored 198?, and for blacs in 1994)

Also see South Africa Ministers

1994-2004 Speaker of the National Assembly Dr. Frene Noshir Ginwals
Former ANC-Representative in London. (b. 1932-).

1996-2004 Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Baleka Mbete-Kgositsile
2004-08 Speaker of the National Assembly
2014- Speaker of the National Assembly

She
was the only deputy speaker. Chairperson of the (ANC) Parliamentary caucus 1995-96 and National Chairperson of ANC from 2007. (b. 1949-)

1998-99 Permanent Deputy Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces
1999-
2004 Chairperson of the NCOP Naledi Grace Mandisa Pandor
From 1994-98 she was Deputy Chief whip of the National Assembly. From 2004 Minister of Education. (b. 1954-)

1999-2004 Chairperson of Committees of the NCOP Joyce Lesawana Kgoali
2004 () Chairperson of NCOP
Until 2004 Chairperson of the Parliamentary Caucus of ANC.

1999- Secretary to the NCOP Marion Sparg

2004-08 Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Gwendoline Lindiwe Mahlangu-Nkabinde
2008-09  Speaker
ANC MP from 1994, she was the only Deputy of Speaker Baleka Mbete.
Chairperson of ANC Caucus in the National Council of Provinces since 2009

2004  Rotating Deputy Chairperson of NCOP Beatrice Marshoff
From 2004 Premier of the Free State.

2004-09 House Chairperson of the NCOP
Mildred N. Oliphant
Another version of her title is Chairperson of Committees, and she is Assistant Chairperson of the Council. Originally Designated to become Deputy Speaker of the NOP but instead became Person of the ANC Parliamentary
Caucus in 2009

2005-09 Deputy Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces Peggy Hollander
Minister of Public Works the Northern Cape as Minister of Public Works after the first democratic elections and Social Welfare Minister 1999-2000, Deputy Speaker of the Provincial Assembly 2000-04, when she became a member of the NCOP.
 
2008-09 Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge
Deputy Minister of Defence 1999-2004 and Deputy Minister of Health 2004-07 until she was fired by the president because of her opposition to the Minister of Health, who thought nutrition can replace treatment with anti-retroviral drugs against aids, Appointed Chairperson of the ANC Parliamentary Caucus in 2009 but decided not to take up her seat in parliament.

2009-14 Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Nomaindia Mfeketo
Mayor of Cape Town in 2000 and 2002-06.

2009-14 Deputy Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces Tandi Melema

2014- Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces Thandi Modise
Premier of the North West Province 2010-14. (b. 1939-)

 

 

Last update 25.05.14