All Provinces in South Africa, Capital Cities and their Leaders.
The South African provinces are divided into nine (9) following the 1994 election. Before the election in 1994, South Africa had only four provinces including the Transvaal and the Orange Free state, previously Boer republics and Natal and the Western Cape Province, which were previously British colonies.
On 27 April 1994, the date of the first non-racial elections and of the adoption of the Interim Constitution, all the previous South African provinces and homelands were dissolved, and nine new provinces were created.
This page contains the nine (9) provinces in South Africa and their Capitals. To broaden your knowledge, I recommend you read my article on the list of provinces in South Africa by population.
South African Provinces and Capitals
The table below shows the provinces in South Africa, capital cities and their Leaders
|1||Eastern||Cape Bhisho||Nqaba Bhanga|
|2||Free State||Bloemfontein||Patricia Kopane|
|7||North West||Mahikeng||Joe McGluwa|
|8||Northern Cape||Kimberley||Andrew Louw|
|9||Western Cape||Cape Town||Bonginkosi Madikizela|
Table 1.1: Provinces in South Africa, Capital cities and their Leaders.