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About the Office of the Premier

The Office of the Premier derives its mandate​​ primarily from the Constitution, the Public Service Act, the PFMA, policy directives and the overall mandate of government.​

The mandate of the Premier is define​d by the Constitution which states that the Premier performs executive, policy, legislative, intergovernmental and ceremonial functions and responsibilities as defined in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa.

Premier’s Office

Premier: Mr David Makhura
Mail: Private Bag X61, Marshalltown, 2107
Street: Office of the Premier, East wing, 13th Floor, 30 Simmonds Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg
Tel: (011) 355 6138
Fax: (011) 836 9334
E-mail: Deborah.Tshivhasa@gauteng.gov.za.za

Spokesperson for the Premier

Spokesperson for the Premier: Ms Phumla Sekhonyana

Mail: Private Bag X61, Marshalltown, 2107
Street: Provincial Government Building, 30 Simmonds Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg
Tel: (011) 355 6098
Fax: (011) 836 9334
E-mail: Phumla.sekhonyana@gauteng.gov.za

Transformation

Mainstreamed across below 4 pillars are issues of Gender, Youth, Elderly, Military Veterans and People with Disabilities.
 

Modernisation

Mainstreamed across below 4 pillars are issues of Gender, Youth, Elderly, Military Veterans and People with Disabilities.
 

Re-Industrialisation

Mainstreamed across below 2 pillars are issues of Gender, Youth, Elderly, Military Veterans and People with Disabilities.
 

5th Service

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6th Service

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Meet The Premier,
David Makhura

Malemolla David Makhura was born on 22 February 1968 at Mara Buysdorp in Soutpansberg District of Limpopo province, near Mapungubwe World Heritage Site.

Between 1984 and 2004, Makhura was involved in student and youth politics – Azanian Student Movement, Congress of South African Students, South African National Students’ Congress and the South African Youth Congress. Read more

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