Wed. Oct 23rd, 2019

Western Cape Premier Alan Winde announces new Cabinet

alan winde western cape premier cabinetA refresh to the Western Cape’s league of MECs.

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Western Cape Premier, Alan Winde, on Thursday, unveiled his new league of MECs after members of the ruling party in the province were sworn in at the legislature.

The DA’s 55.45% victory at the Western Cape polls secured 24 of the 42 seats for the DA.

Related: ANC WC’s Ebrahim Rasool resigns from provincial legislature

Alan Winde gets straight to business

Therefore, it was only a matter of formality to have Winde challenged by the ANC’s Cameron Dugmore for the position of Premier.

It was expected that Ebrahim Rasool would challenge for the Premeir position, since he was at the forefront of the ANC’s campaign efforts in the province.

However, Rasool stated that he has tendered his resignation from provincial legislature.

Alas, as reported by EWN, the first order of business was for the new Premier to select his provincial Cabinet. This is the complete list of MECs that will work with Alan Winde to resume with the province’s transformation project.

Western Cape gets a fresh Cabinet update

MEC for Finance

  • David Maynier

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MEC for Community Safety

  • Albert Fritz

MEC for Education

  • Debbie Schafer

MEC for Transport and Public Works

  • Bonginkosi Madikizela

MEC for Health

  • Nomafrench Mbombo

MEC for Agriculture

  • Ivan Meyer

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MEC for Social Development

  • Sharna Fernandez

MEC for Human Settlements

  • Tertius Simmers

MEC for Cultural Affairs and Sport

  • Anroux Marais

MEC for Local Government

  • Anton Bredell

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Donald Grant was, surprisingly, not mentioned in the list of MECs. However, after serving in the Transport and Public Works portfolio in the previous administration, Winde announced that Grant would serve as the special advisor to the Premier.

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