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Governance Performance Index – South Africa 2021

Research Precision, Governance Passion










Summary of rank



Service Delivery



Administration, Planning and Monitoring



Which factors influence the rank?



Metropolitan municipalities






2021 Rank of municipalities



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In this context, the GPI is a ranking instrument that provides all interested stakeholders with an index of municipal-level governance performance.

Governance is ultimately about the efficient and productive allocation of resources. Its presence, or lack thereof, is most keenly felt at the local level. Transparency and accountability are the key building blocks of good governance. At Good Governance Africa, our mandate is to improve government effectiveness and to strengthen citizens to hold their governments to account. The purpose of building a ranking index, in the shape of our enhanced GPI, is to equip citizens to this end.

At its most basic level, the GPI reflects which municipalities are excelling and which require improvement. It is, simultaneously, a tool that aids investment decision-making, as it provides a snapshot of the attractiveness of each local municipality – where local infrastructure is well maintained and key services are delivered efficiently and responsibly, businesses can flourish. Flourishing businesses, in turn, create jobs. The GPI also serves as a performance improvement incentive and a benchmark

against which local municipalities can track their performance. It is designed to help municipalities to be more accountable to their citizens for better performance (by aiming to achieve a better score in the next round and moving up the rank). The prime purpose of the GPI is to reflect the importance of good governance at the local municipal level and GGA has designed it as a tool to influence national-level policy that can improve local governance.


The 2021 GPI is methodologically enhanced and differs significantly in this respect from its

predecessors. Its framework is drawn primarily from the legal and official policy structures governing municipalities in the Republic of South Africa. These include:

i. The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 (Chapter 7, Section 151 – 153) ii. Local Government: Municipal Structures Act,

1998 (Act 117 of 1998)

iii. White Paper on Local Government (1998) iv. Municipal Systems Act – MSA (Act 32

of 2000)

v. Integrated Development Planning (as outlined in Chapter 5, Section 26 of the MSA) vi. Municipal Financial Management Act 56

of 2003

vii. Local Government Turnaround Strategy (LGTAS) 2009

In this iteration of the GPI, we have ensured – to the best of our ability – that municipalities are fairly ranked according to their primary mandate as can be inferred from the above framework. In addition, to ensure comparability and accuracy, local municipalities are ranked separately from the metros. For the local municipalities, data was gathered for 18 indicators under three governance categories: i) Administration; ii) Service Delivery;

and iii) Planning and Monitoring. For the Metros, data was gathered on 20 indicators under four governance categories. The Metros had an additional governance category: ‘Development’

– owing to their larger budget capacity. The most recent available data (2019 – 2021) was gathered from Statistics South Africa, The Auditor General of South Africa (Audit Outcomes, and the Covid-19 Audit Report) and The National Treasury. There is a rank of the 205 local municipalities, and a separate rank of the eight metropolitan municipalities.

It is abundantly clear that local municipalities in South Africa are, on average,

not delivering on their constitutional mandate. Many are on the brink of

collapse, undermining the promise of a better life for all. The need for a

mechanism to hold local governments to account has never been stronger.




The top performing municipality is Cape Agulhas Local Municipality, followed by Bergrivier Local Municipality and Saldanha Bay Local Municipality, all in the Western Cape. Of the top 20 municipalities, 13 are in the Western Cape, two are in Gauteng, while KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, and Mpumalanga each have one municipality. In the top 20, one municipality, Kannaland Local Municipality (Western Cape), has been under provincial



since December 2016. Of the 205 local municipalities, 12.2% are currently under administration, with the majority being in the lower performing municipalities. The situation is especially concerning in North West Province, where 10 out of the 18 local municipalities are currently under administration.

Among the bottom 20 municipalities, KwaZulu-Natal and Limpopo both have five municipalities each, while the Eastern Cape has four municipalities, and Northern Cape and North West each have two municipalities. Mpumalanga and Free State each have one municipality in the bottom 20.

1 One might expect that municipalities under administration would show poor performance. However, the fact that this municipality has been performing comparatively well, despite being put under administration, is an indication that this governance intervention can produce the desired effect.

Summary of rank

Select/click a provice from the list below to view their average municipal scores:

1:5 (1 is best) Average GPI Score

Average Planning Score

Average Service Delivery Score Average Administration Score













Service Delivery

While households in all municipalities have access to electricity to various extents, only in less than a quarter of municipalities do at least 95% of households have access to electricity. In 106 of the 205 local municipalities at least 50% of households have access to weekly refuse removal, implying that most households in about half of the local municipalities do not have regular access to basic services such as weekly refuse removal. Only in a quarter of the local government municipalities do over 50% of households have access to piped water within the building in which they live.

It is also important to consider how municipalities are performing in terms of their mandate to provide free basic services to households identified as indigent, an essential responsibility in ensuring that poor and disadvantaged households have access to basic services which can help improve their living standards. In this regard, at least half of all local municipalities are providing help to 100% of indigent households with access to adequate water, electricity, sewerage systems and refuse removal.

Bottom 10 (Ranked 196-205) Top 10 (Ranked 1-10)

Given the prominence it holds within the mandate and responsibilities of local municipalities, Service Delivery was the category we weighted as most important within our ranking system. Some of the main factors affecting service delivery performance include access to piped water, flush toilet connected to sewerage, access to electricity and weekly refuse removal.

Proportion of households with access to electricity and weekly refuse removal




Select/click a provice from the list below to view their municipal averages:

Graphics: and

Weekly waste removal (2019) Piped water in the

building (2019)

Unemployment (2021)

Electricity (2019) Flush toilet connected

to public sewerage system (2019)

Poverty (2019)

Formal housing (2019)









Bottom 10 (Ranked 196-205) Top 10 (Ranked 1-10)

Proportion of households with access to sanitation services

Audit outcomes 2019/2020






Administration, Planning and Monitoring

Administration was our next most important category, which examined indicators such as financial compliance, accountability, financial soundness and adequate performance in human resources management. Audit outcomes were one critical measure of performance in the administration category, with only seven of the 205 local municipalities obtaining a completely clean audit across each of the three most recent financial Auditor General MFMA reports. Local municipalities tended to do better

in Planning and Monitoring, with nearly a third of them fully submitting plans such as annual Integrated Development Plans, and monitoring performance and outcomes as required of them by their mandate. However, this raises a difficulty:

plans are in abundance, but implementation is sorely lacking. Moreover, failure to obtain a clean audit is often met with few credible consequences, enabling poor governance to become systemically entrenched.

Local municipality rankings with GPI score

(1 is best)

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As part of the statistical analysis conducted to study some of the determinants of GPI scores, several variables were found to have meaningful bivariate relationships with GPI performance.

These include factors such as the province within which a municipality is located, the population size of a municipality, the population density of a municipality, as well as voter turnout in the 2016 local government and 2019 national government elections. Whereas higher population sizes and higher population densities were linked with lower scores on the GPI, higher voter turnout patterns were linked with better performances on the GPI. By contrast, variables such as area size, which party controls a municipality, and which district a municipality is located in did not have meaningful links with performance on the GPI. This suggests that municipal performance

is to a lesser extent the consequence of which political party is in charge of the municipality itself, and more linked with governance, population and provincial dynamics. However, this does not mean that agency plays no role in determining municipal performance, since ethical and competent leadership – regardless of politics - plays a role in ensuring that

municipalities are properly governed in terms of Administration, Planning and Monitoring, and Service Delivery. Furthermore, higher levels of unemployment and higher poverty levels are linked to adverse performance on the GPI. This is unsurprising and re-emphasizes the need for good municipal governance given the importance of good planning, free basic services and good management of resources in impacting the daily lives of people living in these communities.

Which factors influence the rank?

Bottom 10 (Ranked 196-205) Top 10 (Ranked 1-10)

Mkhambathini Kamiesberg Greater Tzaneen Port St Johns Mnquma Impendle Moses Kotane Modimolle–Mookgophong Makhudutamaga Ba-Phalaborwa

0% 20% 40% 60% 80%

Povert y Unemploymen t

Ranked 186-195

Source: Statistics South Africa 2016 Graphic: Monique Bennett

Msinga Ingquza Hill Tokolo - Joe Morolong Greater Taung Collins Chabane Big 5 Hlabisa (The)

Thembisile Hani Ntabankulu

0% 20% 40% 60% 80%

Ranked 196-205

Bottom 20 local municipalities ranked by the Governance Performance Index 2021

Proportion of households living in poverty or unemployed

No data

No data

Proportion of households living in povery or unemployed




In terms of the metropolitan municipality ranking, the ranking of the top four municipalities of the City of Cape Town, City of Tshwane, City of Johannesburg, and Nelson Mandela Bay was very close, with the City of Cape town ranking first primarily due to its performances in the Service Delivery and Planning and Monitoring categories.

On the other hand, the City of eThekwini ranked lowest primarily due to the inconsistent performance it has had in the categories of Service Delivery and Administration.

Metropolitan municipalities

Municipality GPI 2021

Metro rank Score

City of Cape Town 1 1,17

City of Tshwane 2 1,28

City of Johannesburg 3 1,38

Nelson Mandela Bay 4 1,43

Mangaung 5 1,87

Buffalo City 6 1,89

City of Ekurhuleni 7 2,05

eThekwini 8 2,18




Ultimately, local government is the level at which governance most directly impacts people’s lives through rigorous planning, adequate service delivery, maintaining infrastructure and proper financial management. More than anything else, what the GPI demonstrates is the need for all spheres of government, including those at the national and provincial levels, to assist municipalities in working to achieve better outcomes in these areas of

responsibility. This is essential if local government is to achieve the ideal set out in the White Paper on Local Government that “strong and capacitated developmental local government has a substantial contribution to make to improving South African citizens' quality of life, and to the development of the nation”.










Cape Agulhas Local Municipality 1 Western Cape DA DA 68,52

Bergrivier Local Municipality 2 Western Cape DA DA 66,74

Saldanha Bay Local Municipality 3 Western Cape DA DA 68,08

Midvaal Local Municipality 4 Gauteng ANC DA 74,37

Prince Albert Local Municipality 5 Western Cape DA ANC/KGP coalition 66,88

Swellendam Local Municipality 6 Western Cape DA DA 68,70

Overstrand Local Municipality 7 Western Cape DA DA 76,54

Bitou Local Municipality 8 Western Cape DA ANC/AUF coalition 68,87

Greater Kokstad Local Municipality 9 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 62,49

Lesedi Local Municipality 10 Gauteng ANC ANC 72,86

Kannaland Local Municipality 11 Western Cape DA ANC/ICOSA coalition 65,05

Sol Plaatje Local Municipality 12 Northern Cape ANC ANC 68,76

Steve Tshwete Local Municipality 13 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 70,46

Drakenstein Local Municipality 14 Western Cape DA DA 67,98

KouKamma Local Municipality 15 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 61,84

Lephalale Local Municipality 16 Limpopo ANC ANC 64,06

Witzenberg Local Municipality 17 Western Cape DA DA 54,90

Breede Valley Local Municipality 18 Western Cape DA DA 62,25

Cederberg Local Municipality 19 Western Cape DA ANC controlled 63,46

Hessequa Local Municipality 20 Western Cape DA DA/VF+ coalition 72,50

Kareeberg Local Municipality 21 Northern Cape ANC ANC 69,79

Kouga Local Municipality 22 Eastern Cape ANC DA 67,98

Laingsburg Local Municipality 23 Western Cape DA ANC/KOP coalition 69,75

Langeberg Local Municipality 24 Western Cape DA DA 58,23

Mogale City Local Municipality 25 Gauteng ANC ANC largest party 72,76

Mossel Bay Local Municipality 26 Western Cape DA DA 72,00

Swartland Local Municipality 27 Western Cape DA DA 62,43

uMhlathuze Local Municipality 28 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 69,87

City of Matlosana Local Municipality 29 North West ANC ANC 63,69

George Local Municipality 30 Western Cape DA DA 65,72

Inxuba Yethemba Local Municipality 31 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 62,00

Merafong Local Municipality 32 Gauteng ANC ANC 63,89

Newcastle Local Municipality 33 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 63,55

Oudtshoorn Local Municipality 34 Western Cape DA DA 54,51

Pixley Ka Seme Local Municipality 35 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 64,97

Siyancuma Local Municipality 36 Northern Cape ANC ANC 65,18

Dihlabeng Local Municipality 37 Free State ANC ANC 66,25

Endumeni Local Municipality 38 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC largest party 64,75

Kheis Local Municipality 39 Northern Cape ANC ANC 71,20

Matzikama Local Municipality 40 Western Cape DA ANC 59,93

Moqhaka Local Municipality 41 Free State ANC ANC 60,71

Nama-khoi Local Municipality 42 Northern Cape ANC ANC led coalition 61,25

Rustenburg Local Municipality 43 North West ANC ANC minority government 59,31

Stellenbosch Local Municipality 44 Western Cape DA DA 66,02

Theewaterskloof Local Municipality 45 Western Cape DA DA 60,57

Walter Sisulu Local Municipality 46 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 63,03

2021 Rank of municipalities




Bela-Bela Local Municipality 47 Limpopo ANC ANC 64,82

Dawid Kruiper Local Municipality 48 Northern Cape ANC ANC 69,01

Emalahleni Local Municipality 49 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 70,94

Khai Ma Local Municipality 50 Northern Cape ANC ANC 70,76

Mbhashe Local Municipality 51 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 54,57

Msukaligwa Local Municipality 52 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 70,19

Nkomazi Local Municipality 53 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 68,07

uMlalazi Local Municipality 54 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 62,09

Umuziwabantu Local Municipality 55 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 65,41

Albert Luthuli Local Municipality 56 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 65,01

Blue Crane Route Local Municipality 57 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 62,54

Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality 58 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 60,23

Emakhazeni Local Municipality 59 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 69,24

Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality 60 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 61,69

Knysna Local Municipality 61 Western Cape DA ANC/COPE/ACDP/KUC coalition 65,44

Kopanong Local Municipality 62 Free State ANC ANC 64,90

KwaDukuza Local Municipality 63 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 72,81

Mogalakwena Local Municipality 64 Limpopo ANC ANC 57,09

Ndlambe Local Municipality 65 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 68,60

Okhahlamba Local Municipality 66 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 53,22

Setsoto Local Municipality 67 Free State ANC ANC 58,32

Thulamela Local Municipality 68 Limpopo ANC ANC 58,21

uMngeni Local Municipality 69 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 77,11

uMshwathi Local Municipality 70 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 71,68

Ditsobotla Local Municipality 71 North West ANC ANC 57,03

Emfuleni Local Municipality 72 Gauteng ANC ANC 68,60

Emthanjeni Local Municipality 73 Northern Cape ANC ANC 66,34

Gamagara Local Municipality 74 Northern Cape ANC ANC 71,03

Intsika Yethu Local Municipality 75 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 60,22

JB Marks Local Municipality 76 North West ANC ANC 65,83

Karoo Hoogland Local Municipality 77 Northern Cape ANC ANC 64,71

Mamusa Local Municipality 78 North West ANC ANC 61,99

Mkhondo Local Municipality 79 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 64,26

Naledi Local Municipality 80 North West ANC ANC 60,80

Siyathemba Local Municipality 81 Northern Cape ANC ANC 66,30

Tsantsabane Local Municipality 82 Northern Cape ANC ANC 67,57

Umdoni Local Municipality 83 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 64,83

Kgatelopele Local Municipality 84 Northern Cape ANC ANC largest party 60,93

Makana Local Municipality 85 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 61,02

Maruleng Local Municipality 86 Limpopo ANC ANC 58,93

Ngwathe Local Municipality 87 Free State ANC ANC 62,10

Nquthu Local Municipality 88 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP 55,26

Richtersveld Local Municipality 89 Northern Cape ANC ANC 64,44

Senqu Local Municipality 90 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 59,44

Thaba Chweu Local Municipality 91 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 64,26

Tswelopele Local Municipality 92 Free State ANC ANC 62,82

Umzimkhulu Local Municipality 93 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 62,84

Victor Khanye Local Municipality 94 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 68,87

Govan Mbeki Local Municipality 95 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 69,70

Greater Letaba Local Municipality 96 Limpopo ANC ANC 57,28

Letsemeng Local Municipality 97 Free State ANC ANC 61,26

Matatiele Local Municipality 98 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 63,83

Mbombela Local Municipality 99 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 71,32




Mohokare Local Municipality 100 Free State ANC ANC 59,96

Phokwane Local Municipality 101 Northern Cape ANC ANC 63,39

Rand West City Local Municipality 102 Gauteng ANC ANC 66,39

Ubuntu Local Municipality 103 Northern Cape ANC ANC largest party 68,53

Blouberg Local Municipality 104 Limpopo ANC ANC 54,86

Dikgatlong Local Municipality 105 Northern Cape ANC ANC 65,58

Emalahleni Local Municipality 106 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 61,75

Engcobo Local Municipality 107 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 57,49

Hantam Local Municipality 108 Northern Cape ANC ANC 67,40

Kagisano-Molopo Local Municipality 109 North West ANC ANC 48,50

Kai Garib Local Municipality 110 Northern Cape ANC ANC 67,52

Magareng Local Municipality 111 Northern Cape ANC ANC 65,83

Mantsopa Local Municipality 112 Free State ANC ANC 59,40

Msunduzi Local Municipality 113 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 74,38

Nkandla Local Municipality 114 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP 61,38

Renosterburg Local Municipality 115 Northern Cape ANC ANC 74,22

Sunday’s River Valley Local Municipality 116 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 67,92

Thembelihle Local Municipality 117 Northern Cape ANC ANC 68,68

Tswaing Local Municipality 118 North West ANC ANC 53,70

Umhlabuyalingana Local Municipality 119 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 63,53

Umvoti Local Municipality 120 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 66,51

AbaQulusi Local Municipality 121 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP minority government 56,59

Alfred Duma Local Municipality 122 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 61,48

Dannhauser Local Municipality 123 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 60,08

eDumbe Local Municipality 124 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC largest party 61,10

Ga-segonyana Local Municipality 125 Northern Cape ANC ANC 65,38

JS Moroka (Dr) Local Municipality 126 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 55,49

Lekwa Local Municipality 127 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 67,01

Lekwa-Teemane Local Municipality 128 North West ANC ANC 63,84

Mafikeng Local Municipality 129 North West ANC ANC 59,04

Mandeni Local Municipality 130 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 66,36

Matjhabeng Local Municipality 131 Free State ANC ANC 63,72

Molemole Local Municipality 132 Limpopo ANC ANC 57,15

Polokwane Local Municipality 133 Limpopo ANC ANC 63,69

Ubuhlebezwe Local Municipality 134 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 70,79

Beaufort West Local Municipality 135 Western Cape DA ANC/KDF coalition 59,79

Dipaleseng Local Municipality 136 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 66,88

Elias Motswaledi Local Municipality 137 Limpopo ANC ANC 54,60

Elundini Local Municipality 138 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 61,02

Emadlangeni Local Municipality 139 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 63,75

Great Kei Local Municipality 140 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 70,22

Kgetlengrivier Local Municipality 141 North West ANC ANC 61,89

Mbizana Local Municipality 142 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 58,66

Metsimaholo Local Municipality 143 Free State ANC ANC led coalition 63,85

Moretele Local Municipality 144 North West ANC ANC 57,88

Musina Local Municipality 145 Limpopo ANC ANC 64,04

Phumelela Local Municipality 146 Free State ANC ANC 65,27

Raymond Mhlaba Local Municipality 147 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 62,96

uMfolozi Local Municipality 148 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 62,45

Umzumbe Local Municipality 149 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 62,29

Amahlathi Local Municipality 150 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 63,51

Greater Giyani Local Municipality 151 Limpopo ANC ANC 57,46

Mpofana Local Municipality 152 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 67,73




Mtubatuba Local Municipality 153 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC minority government 65,90

Fetakgomo Local Municipality 154 Limpopo ANC ANC 58,61

Madibeng Local Municipality 155 North West ANC ANC 62,56

Mafube Local Municipality 156 Free State ANC ANC 61,67

Maquassi Hills Local Municipality 157 North West ANC ANC 57,98

Ray Nkonyeni Local Municipality 158 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 69,23

Thabazimbi Local Municipality 159 Limpopo ANC DA led coalition government 63,96

Ephraim Mogale Local Municipality 160 Limpopo ANC ANC 54,42

Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality 161 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC largest party 58,35

Jozini Local Municipality 162 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP minority government 64,09

Lepele-Nkumpi Local Municipality 163 Limpopo ANC ANC 53,35

Mhlontlo Local Municipality 164 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 53,73

Nala Local Municipality 165 Free State ANC ANC 59,35

Ndwedwe Local Municipality 166 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 63,19

Ngqushwa Local Municipality 167 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 62,69

Nongoma Local Municipality 168 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP 59,65

Nyandeni Local Municipality 169 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 52,19

Ratlou Local Municipality 170 North West ANC ANC 51,00

Ulundi Local Municipality 171 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP 60,36

uPhongolo Local Municipality 172 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 60,48

Bushbuckridge Local Municipality 173 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 57,73

Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Local Municipality 174 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 69,26

Makhado Local Municipality 175 Limpopo ANC ANC 59,15

Maluti a Phofong Local Municipality 176 Free State ANC ANC 58,86

Mthonjaneni Local Municipality 177 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP 61,95

Nketoana Local Municipality 178 Free State ANC ANC 61,74

Richmond Local Municipality 179 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 67,48

Sakhisizwe Local Municipality 180 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 61,51

Umsobomvu Local Municipality 181 Northern Cape ANC ANC 68,59

Umzimvubu Local Municipality 182 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 59,55

King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality 183 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 53,89

Masilonyana Local Municipality 184 Free State ANC ANC 60,63

Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality 185 North West ANC ANC 54,46

Ba-Phalaborwa Local Municipality 186 Limpopo ANC ANC 62,44

Makhudutamaga Local Municipality 187 Limpopo ANC ANC 54,92

Modimolle–Mookgophong Local Municipality 188 Limpopo ANC DA led minority government 65,75

Moses Kotane Local Municipality 189 North West ANC ANC 57,16

Impendle Local Municipality 190 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 66,40

Mnquma Local Municipality 191 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 57,04

Port St Johns Local Municipality 192 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 56,54

Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality 193 Limpopo ANC ANC 60,98

Kamiesberg Local Municipality 194 Northern Cape ANC ANC 71,40

Mkhambathini Local Municipality 195 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 67,92

Ntabankulu Local Municipality 196 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 57,03

Thembisile Hani Local Municipality 197 Mpumalanga ANC ANC 62,32

Big 5 Hlabisa Local Municipality (The) 198 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP 63,72

Collins Chabane Local Municipality 199 Limpopo ANC ANC 53,09

Greater Taung Local Municipality 200 North West ANC ANC 57,79

Joe Morolong Local Municipality 201 Northern Cape ANC ANC 59,64

Maphumulo Local Municipality 202 KwaZulu-Natal ANC ANC 61,17

Tokologo Local Municipality 203 Free State ANC ANC 62,39

Ingquza Hill Local Municipality 204 Eastern Cape ANC ANC 55,14

Msinga Local Municipality 205 KwaZulu-Natal ANC IFP 62,73





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