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Premier of the Western Cape

Premier of the Western Cape
Style The Honourable
Residence Leeuwenhof
Appointer Western Cape Provincial Parliament
Term length Five years, renewable once
Inaugural holder Hernus Kriel
Formation 7 May 1994
Website www.westerncape.gov.za/premier
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The Premier of the Western Cape is the head of government of the Western Cape province of South Africa.

For a discussion of the election, role and powers of the Premier, see the article "Premier (South Africa)".

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No. Name Took office Party
1 Hernus Kriel 7 May 1994 National Party
2 Gerald Morkel 11 May 1998 New National Party
Cecil Herandien (acting) 12 November 2001 New National Party
3 Peter Marais 5 December 2001 New National Party
Piet Meyer (acting) 3 June 2002 New National Party
4 Marthinus van Schalkwyk 21 June 2002 New National Party
Leonard Ramatlakane (acting) 23 April 2004 African National Congress
5 Ebrahim Rasool 30 April 2004 African National Congress
6 Lynne Brown 25 July 2008 African National Congress
7 Helen Zille 6 May 2009 Democratic Alliance

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