Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtshweni-Tsipane has removed four MECs from her executive in a sweeping shake-up of the province's leadership.
Mtshweni-Tsipane announced the changes on Wednesday morning.
Seven of the Mpumalanga's 10 MECs were either fired or moved to new portfolios.
The new Mpumalanga executive:
Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs MEC: Mandla Msibi
Community Safety, Security and Liaison MEC: Vusi Shongwe
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC: Busisiwe Shiba
Culture, Sports and Recreation MEC: Thandi Shongwe
Education MEC: Bonakele Majuba
Health MEC: Sasekani Manzini
Human Settlements MEC: Speedy Mashilo
Provincial treasury, Economid Development and Tourism MEC: Vusi Mkhatshwa
Public works, Roads and Transport MEC: Mohita Latchminarain
Social Development MEC: Lindiwe Ntshantshali
Mashilo, Shiba, Mkhatshwa and Latchminarain are new to the cabinet.
Thandi Shongwe, Vusi Shongwe, Msibi and Ntshalintshali remain in the executive, but will now lead new departments.
The Speaker for the legislature will be voted for at the next sitting of the house.