|Deputy Leader of the Democratic Alliance in the Eastern Cape|
|Assumed office |
Serving with Chantel King
|Member of the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature|
|Assumed office |
Robert Sykes Stevenson
18 February 1959
Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, South Africa
|Political party||Democratic Alliance|
Progressive Federal Party
|Occupation||Member of the Provincial Legislature|
Robert Sykes Stevenson (born 18 February 1959), known as Bobby Stevenson, is a South African politician serving as the deputy provincial leader of the Democratic Alliance since 2007. Stevenson was elected to the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature in 1999.
Stevenson was born 19 February 1959 in Port Elizabeth, then part of South Africa's Cape Province. He joined the Progressive Federal Party. In 1988, Stevenson was elected to the Port Elizabeth municipal council. He was the youngest councillor at that time. He then joined the Democratic Party.
Stevenson was elected to the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature in the 1999 general election. He is one of the legislature's longest-serving members. Stevenson is currently the leader of the opposition.
The Democratic Party became the Democratic Alliance in 2000. Stevenson has been the deputy provincial leader of the party since 2007 and a member of the provincial executive committee since 2000. He also serves on the party's Federal Council, Federal Finance Committee and Federal Candidates Election Committee. Stevenson is the leader of the Port Elizabeth South West constituency.
- Nkosi, Nomazimo (29 August 2020). "DA provincial elective congress: Stevenson contesting position of DA deputy provincial leader". HeraldLIVE. Retrieved 29 August 2020.
- Nkosi, Nomazimo (29 August 2020). "DA elects new provincial leadership". HeraldLIVE. Retrieved 29 August 2020.