Political Party Representation in National Assembly

STATE OF PARTIES AS AT 13 MAY 2014 (DATE OF DESIGNATION)

 

 

PARTY

ABBREVIATION

VOTES RECEIVED

% OF TOTAL VALID VOTES

% OF NA SEATS

SEATS FROM NATIONAL LIST

SEATS FROM REGIONAL LISTS

TOTAL NO OF SEATS

1

African National Congress

ANC

11 436 921

62.15%

62.25%

118

131

249

2

Democratic Alliance

DA

4 091 584

22.23%

22.25%

45

44

89

3

Economic Freedom Fighters

EFF

1 169 259

6.35%

6.25%

11

14

25

4

Inkatha Freedom Party

IFP

441 854

2.40%

2.50%

5

5

10

5

National Freedom Party

NFP

288 742

1.57%

1.50%

3

3

6

6

United Democratic Movement

UDM

184 636

1.00%

1.00%

2

2

4

7

Freedom Front Plus

FF Plus

165 715

0.90%

1.00%

3

1

4

8

Congress of the People

Cope

123 235

0.67%

0.75%

3

-

3

9

African Christian Democratic Party

ACDP

104 039

0.57%

0.75%

3

-

3

10

African Independent Congress

AIC

97 642

0.53%

0.75%

3

-

3

11

Agang SA

Agang SA

52 350

0.28%

0.50%

2

-

2

12

Pan Africanist Congress of Azania

PAC

37 784

0.21%

0.25%

1

-

1

13

African People’s Convention

APC

30 676

0.17%

0.25%

1

-

1

 

 

 

18 224 437

 

 

200

200

400

 

Each seat in the NA represents 45891 votes
Valid votes cast: 18 402 497
Votes for parties that gained seats: 18 224 437
Votes for parties that did not gain seats: 178 060

 


  STATE OF PARTIES AS AT 28 APRIL 2009 (DATE OF DESIGNATION)        

 

PARTY

ABBREVIATION

VOTES RECEIVED

% OF TOTAL VOTES CAST (% OF 100%)

% OF TOTAL VOTES ONLY FOR PARTIES IN NA

SEATS FROM NATIONAL LIST

SEATS FROM REGIONAL LISTS

TOTAL NO OF SEATS*

1

African National Congress

ANC

11 650 748

65,90%

66,39%

126

138

264

2

Democratic Alliance

DA

2 945 829

16,66%

16,79%

32**

35

67

3

Congress of the People

Cope

1 311 027

7,42%,

7,47%

16

14

30

4

Inkatha Freedom Party

IFP

804 260

4,55%

4,58%

9

9

18

5

Independent Democrats

ID

162 915

0,92%

0,93%

3

1

4

6

United Democratic Movement

UDM

149 680

0,85%

0,85%

3

1

4

7

Freedom Front Plus

FF Plus

146 796

0,83%

0,84%

3

1

4

8

African Christian Democratic Party

ACDP

142 658

0,81%

0,81%

3

-

3

9

United Christian Democratic Party

UCDP

66 086

0,37%

0,38%

1

1

2

10

Pan Africanist Congress of Azania

PAC

48 530

0,27%

0,28%

1

-

1

11

Minority Front

MF

43 474

0,25%

0,25%

1

-

1

12

Azanian People’s Organisation

Azapo

38 245

0,22%

0,22%

1

-

1

13

African People’s Convention

APC

35 867

0,20%

0,20%

1

-

1

 

 

 

17 549 115

 

 

200

200

400

  *Each seat in the NA represents 44 201 votes **The DA has no national list, so all its members are designated from its regional lists in accordance with item 9 of Schedule 1A to the Electoral Act           

 

POLITICAL PARTY REPRESENTATIONS AFTER FLOOR CROSSINGS AD ELECTIONS (2007-1994) STATE OF PARTIES AFTER FLOOR‑CROSSING AS AT 16 SEPTEMBER 2007  

 

PARTY

 

SEATS BEFORE FLOOR-CROSSING

SEATS GAINED

SEATS LOST

SEATS AFTER FLOOR-CROSSING

    % OF TOTAL

1

African National Congress

ANC

293

4

-

297

74,25%

2

Democratic Alliance

DA

47

-

-

47

11,75%

3

Inkatha Freedom Party

IFP

23

-

-

23

5,75%

4

United Democratic Movement

UDM

6

-

-

6

1,5%

5

Independent Democrats

ID

5

-

1

4

1%

6

African Christian Democratic Party

ACDP

4

-

-

4

1%

7

Freedom Front Plus

FF Plus

4

-

-

4

1%

8

National Democratic Convention

Nadeco

4

-

-

4

1%

9

United Christian Democratic Party

UCDP

3

-

-

3

0,75%

10

Minority Front

MF

2

-

-

2

0,5%

11

African People’s Convention

APC

-

2

-

2

0,5%

12

Pan Africanist Congress of Azania

PAC

3

-

2

1

0,25%

13

Azanian People’s Organisation

Azapo

1

-

-

1

0,25%

14

Federation of Democrats

FD

1

-

-

1

0,25%

15

National Alliance

NA

-

1

-

1

0,25%

16

United Independent Front

UIF

2

-

2

-

-

17

United Party of South Africa

UPSA

1

-

1

-

-

18

Progressive Independent Movement

PIM

1

-

1

-

-

1.    Mr N T Godi left the PAC on 3 September 2007 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the African People’s Convention.

2.    Mr M T Likotsi left the PAC on 6 September 2007 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A   to the Constitution and joined the African People’s Convention.

3.    Ms N M Mdaka left the UIF on 12 September 2007 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the African National Congress.

4.    Ms Z A Ndlazi left the UIF on 12 September 2007 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the African National Congress.

5.    Mr C M Morkel left the PIM on 12 September 2007 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the African National Congress.

6.    Mr V C Gore left the ID on 12 September 2007 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the African National Congress.

7.    7. Mr S Simmons left the UPSA on 14 September 2007 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the National Alliance.       

 

STATE OF PARTIES AFTER FLOOR-CROSSING (15 SEPTEMBER 2005)

 

PARTY

 

SEATS BEFORE FLOOR-CROSSING

SEATS GAINED

SEATS LOST

SEATS AFTER FLOOR-CROSSING

% OF TOTAL

1

African National Congress

ANC

279

14

-

293

73,25%

2

Democratic Alliance

DA

50

2

5

47

11,75%

3

Inkatha Freedom Party

IFP

28

-

5

23

5,75

4

United Democratic Movement

UDM

9

-

3

6

1,5%

5

Independent Democrats

ID

7

-

2

5

1,25%

6

African Christian Democratic Party

ACDP

7

-

3

4

1%

7

Freedom Front Plus

FF Plus

4

-

-

4

1%

8

National Democratic Convention

Nadeco

-

4

-

4

1%

9

United Christian Democratic Party

UCDP

3

-

-

3

0,75%

10

Pan Africanist Congress of Azania

PAC

3

-

-

3

0,75%

11

Minority Front

MF

2

-

-

2

0,5%

12

United Independent Front

UIF

-

2

-

2

0,5%

13

Azanian People’s Organisation

Azapo

1

-

-

1

0,25%

14

United Party of South Africa

UPSA

-

1

-

1

0,25%

15

Federation of Democrats

FD

-

1

-

1

0,25%

16

Progressive Independent Movement

PIM

-

1

-

1

0,25%

-

New National Party

NNP

7

-

7

-

-

1.    Mr L M Green left ACDP on 1 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule       6A to Constitution and joined Federation of Democrats (FD).

2.    Mr S Simmons left the NNP on 1 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the United Party of South Africa (UPSA).

3.    Mr M C J van Schalkwyk left the NNP on 1 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

4.    Mr C H F Greyling left the NNP on 1 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

5.    Mr F Beukman left the NNP on 1 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

6.    Mr J Schippers left the NNP on 1 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

7.    Ms C B Johnson left the NNP on 1 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

8.    Mr J J M Stephens left the UDM on 6 September 2005 in terms of iterm 4(3) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the DA.

1.    Dr G G Woods left the IFP on 6 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the National Democratic Convention (Nadeco).

2.    Mr M V Ngema left the IFP on 6 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the National Democratic Convention (Nadeco).

3.    Mr B C Ngiba left the IFP on 6 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the National Democratic Convention (Nadeco).

4.    Ms M M Mdladlose left the IFP on 6 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the National Democratic Convention (Nadeco).

5.    Mr L K Joubert left the IFP on 6 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the DA.

6.    Rev M S Khumalo left the ACDP on 8 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

7.    Adv Z L Madasa left the ACDP on 8 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

8.    Adv A H Gaum left the NNP on 13 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

9.    Mr Y Wang left the ID on 14 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

10.  Mr C V Burgess left the ID on 14 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

11.  Ms N M Mdaka left the UDM on 15 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the United Independent Front (UIF).

12.  Mr M Diko left the UDM on 15 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the United Independent Front (UIF).

13.  Mr B J Mnyandu left the DA on 15 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

14.  Dr E Nkem-Abonta left the DA on 15 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

15.  Mr R S Ntuli left the DA on 15 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

16.  Mr D K Maluleke left the DA on 15 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the ANC.

17.  Mr C M Morkel left the DA on 15 September 2005 in terms of item 4(3)(a) of Schedule 6A to the Constitution and joined the Progressive Independent Movement (PIM).

    STATE OF PARTIES REPRESENTED IN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY – 3RD TERM (2004-2009)

PARTY

NUMBER OF SEATS AFTER 2004 ELECTIONS

African National Congress (ANC)

279

Democratic Alliance (DA)

50

Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP)

28

United Democratic Movement (UDM)

9

Independent Democrats (ID)

7

New National Party (New NP)

7

African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP)

6

Freedom Front Plus (VF +)

4

United Christian Democratic Party (UCDP)

3

Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC)

3

Azanian People’s Organisation (Azapo)

2

Minority Front (MF)

2

TOTAL

400


2004 Elections: Provincial results 


STATE OF PARTIES REPRESENTED IN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY - 2nd TERM (1999-2004)
(As at 5 April 2003 after floor crossing)

PARTY

NUMBER OF SEATS AFTER 1999 ELECTIONS

NUMBER OF SEATS AFTER 5 APRIL 2003 FLOOR CROSSING

 

 

 

1. African National Congress (ANC)

266

275*

2.Democratic Party(DP)

38

 

3. Democratic Alliance (DA)

 

46

4. Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP)

34

31

5. New National Party (New NP)

28

20*

6. African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP)

6

7

7. United Democratic Movement (UDM)

14

4

8. Freedom Front (FF)

3

3

9. United Christian Democratic Party (UCDP)

3

3

10. Federal Alliance (FA)

2

2

11. Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC)

3

2

12. African Independent Movement (AIM)

 

1

13. Alliance for Democracy and Prosperity (ADP)

 

1

14. Azanian People’s Organisation (Azapo)

1

1

15. Independent Democrat s (ID)

 

1

16. Minority Front (MF)

1

1

17. National Action (NA)

 

1

18Afrikaner Eenheid Beweging

1

 

19. Peace and Justice Congress (PJC)

 

1

TOTAL

400

400