Public Administration Management Act

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Public Administration Management Act 11 of 2014
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Government Gazette
R E P U B L I C O F S O U T H A F R I C A IRIPHABLIKHI YOMZANTSI-AFRIKA
Vol. 594
THE PRESIDENCY
No. 1054 22 December 2014
Cape Town,
Kaapstad, 22 December 2014 No. 38374
It is hereby notified that the President
has assented to the following Act, which
is hereby published for general
information:—
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ACT To promote the basic values and principles governing the public administration referred to in section 195(1) of the Constitution; to provide for the transfer and secondment of employees in the public administration; to regulate conducting business with the State; to provide for capacity development and training; to provide for the establishment of the National School of Government; to provide for the use of information and communication technologies in the public administra- tion; to establish the Public Administration Ethics, Integrity and Disciplinary Technical Assistance Unit; to provide for the Minister to set minimum norms and standards for public administration; to establish the Office of Standards and Compliance to ensure compliance with minimum norms and standards; to empower the Minister to make regulations; and to provide for related matters.
PREAMBLE We, the people of South Africa,
RECOGNISING THAT—
● the Constitution provides that the Republic is one, sovereign, democratic state and that the government is constituted as national, provincial and local spheres of government which are distinctive, interdependent and interrelated;
● administration in every sphere of government is governed by the values and principles governing public administration in section 195(1) of the Constitution;
● the Constitution requires all spheres of government to provide effective, efficient, transparent, accountable and coherent government for the Republic to secure the well-being of the people and the progressive realisation of their constitutional rights;
● one of the most pervasive challenges facing our country is the need for government to redress poverty, marginalisation of people and communities and other legacies of apartheid and discrimination;
● this challenge is best addressed by providing for administrations in the three spheres of government to be organised and to function in ways that ensure efficient, quality, collaborative and accountable service delivery to alleviate poverty and promote social and economic development for the people of the Republic;
● section 195(5) and (6) of the Constitution permits legislation regulating public administration to differentiate between different sectors, administrations and institutions by taking into account their nature and functions;
● section 197(1) and (2) of the Constitution provides for a public service within the public administration, which must function and be structured, in terms of national legislation, and the terms and conditions of employment of which must be regulated by national legislation;
(English text signed by the President) (Assented to 19 December 2014)
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THEREFORE, THIS ACT SEEKS TO GIVE EFFECT TO—
● section 195(3) of the Constitution which requires national legislation to ensure the promotion of those values and principles;
AND BEARING IN MIND THAT—
● section 197(4) of the Constitution provides that provincial governments are responsible for the recruitment, appointment, promotion, transfer and dismissal of members of the public service in their administrations within a framework of uniform norms and standards applying to the public service;
● sections 151(3) and 153 of the Constitution provide that a municipality has the right to govern, on its own initiative, the local government affairs of its community and to structure and manage its administration, subject to national and provincial legislation, as provided for in the Constitution;
● section 154(1) of the Constitution stipulates that the national government and provincial governments must, by legislative and other measures, support and strengthen the capacity of municipalities to manage their own affairs, to exercise their powers and to perform their functions;
● section 164 of the Constitution provides that any matter concerning local government not dealt with in the Constitution may be prescribed by national legislation or by provincial legislation within the framework of national legislation;
● as required by section 163 of the Constitution, the Organised Local Government Act, 1997 (Act No. 52 of 1997), provides for the recognition of national and provincial organisations representing municipalities,
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa,as follows:—
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sections
CHAPTER 1
INTERPRETATION, APPLICATION AND OBJECTS OFACT
1. Definitions 2. Application of Act 3. Objects of Act
CHAPTER 2
BASIC VALUES AND PRINCIPLES
4. Basic values and principles governing public administration
CHAPTER 3
EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
5. Individual transfers 6. Secondments 7. Transfer of employees upon transfer or assignment of function 8. Conducting business with State 9. Disclosure of financial interest
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CHAPTER 4
CAPACITY DEVELOPMENTAND TRAINING
10. Capacity development by institutions 11. National School of Government 12. Directive by Minister relating to education 13. Compulsory educational requirements for employment
CHAPTER 5
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
14. Use of Information and Communication technologies in public administration
CHAPTER 6
ETHICS, INTEGRITYAND DISCIPLINE
15. Public Administration Ethics, Integrity and Disciplinary Technical Assistance Unit
CHAPTER 7
NORMS AND STANDARDS
16. Minimum norms and standards
CHAPTER 8
COMPLIANCE WITH MINIMUM NORMS AND STANDARDS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
17. Office of Standards and Compliance
CHAPTER 9
GENERAL
18. Regulations 19. Repeal and amendment of laws 20. Short title and commencement
SCHEDULE
LAWS REPEALED OR AMENDED
CHAPTER 1
INTERPRETATION, APPLICATION AND OBJECTS OFACT
Definitions
1. In this Act, unless the context otherwise indicates— ‘‘Constitution’’ means the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996; ‘‘employee’’ means a person appointed in the public administration, but excludes a person appointed as a special adviser in terms of section 12Aof the Public Service Act and a person performing similar functions in a municipality; ‘‘entity’’ includes any sole proprietorship, partnership, trust, company or associa- tion, irrespective of whether the entity is incorporated or registered under any law; ‘‘executive authority’’, in relation to— (a) The Presidency or a national government component within the President’s
portfolio, means the President; (b) a national department or national government component within a Cabinet
portfolio, means the Minister responsible for that portfolio;
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(c) the Public Service Commission, means the chairperson; (d) the Office of a Premier or a provincial government component within a
Premier’s portfolio, means the Premier of that province; (e) a provincial department or a provincial government component within an
Executive Council portfolio, means the member of that Council responsible for that portfolio; and
(f) a municipality means the Municipal Council of that municipality; ‘‘family member’’, in relation to any person, means his or her parent, sister, brother, child or spouse— (a) including a person living with that person as if they were married to each
other, namely a spouse or life partner; (b) whether such relationship results from birth, marriage or adoption; (c) including any other relative who resides permanently with that person; and (d) including any other relative who is of necessity dependent on such person; ‘‘Head of the School’’ means the Head of the National School of Government contemplated in section 11(1); ‘‘information and communication technologies’’ means all aspects of technol- ogy which are used to manage and support the efficient gathering, processing, storing and dissemination of information; ‘‘institution’’ means a national department, a provincial department, a municipal- ity or a national or provincial government component; ‘‘Minister’’ means the Minister responsible for the public service and administra- tion, unless otherwise stated in this Act; ‘‘Municipal Council’’means a Municipal Council referred to in section 157(1) of the Constitution; ‘‘municipality’’ means a municipality as defined in section 1 of the Municipal Structures Act, 1998 (Act No. 117 of 1998); ‘‘national department’’ means a national department listed in Schedule 1 to the Public Service Act; ‘‘Office’’ means the Office of Standards and Compliance established in section 17(1); ‘‘prescribed’’ means prescribed by regulations made by the Minister in terms of this Act; ‘‘public administration’’ means the public service, municipalities and their employees; ‘‘public service’’means all— (a) national departments; (b) national government components listed in Part A of Schedule 3 to the Public
Service Act; (c) provincial departments which means—
(i) the Office of a Premier listed in Schedule 1 to the Public ServiceAct; and (ii) provincial departments listed in Schedule 2 to the Public Service Act;
and (d) provincial government components listed in Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public
Service Act, and their employees; ‘‘Public Service Act’’means the Public Service Act, 1994 (Proclamation No. 103 of 1994); ‘‘School’’ means the National School of Government contemplated in section 11(1); ‘‘Skills Development Act’’means the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No. 97 of 1998); ‘‘Skills Development Levies Act’’ means the Skills Development Levies Act, 1999 (Act No. 9 of 1999); ‘‘this Act’’ includes the regulations made in terms of this Act; ‘‘training institution’’ means any training institution under the authority of— (a) the national or a provincial government; or (b) a Municipal Council; and ‘‘Unit’’ means the Public Administration Ethics, Integrity and Disciplinary Technical Assistance Unit contemplated in section 15(1).
Application of Act
2. Unless otherwise provided, this Act applies to the public administration.
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Objects of Act
3. The objects of this Act are to— (a) promote and give effect to the values and principles in section 195(1) of the
Constitution; (b) provide for the transfer and secondment of employees; (c) promote a high standard of professional ethics in the public administration; (d) promote the use of information and communication technologies in the public
administration; (e) promote efficient service delivery in the public administration; (f) facilitate the eradication and prevention of unethical practices in the public
administration; and (g) provide for the setting of minimum norms and standards to give effect to the
values and principles of section 195(1) of the Constitution.
CHAPTER 2
BASIC VALUES AND PRINCIPLES
Basic values and principles governing public administration
4. Each institution must— (a) promote and maintain a high standard of professional ethics; (b) promote efficient, economic and effective use of resources; (c) be development oriented; (d) provide such services impartially, fairly, equitably and without bias; (e) respond to people’s needs and encourage public participation in policy-
making; (f) be accountable to the public; (g) foster transparency by providing the public with timely, accessible and
accurate information; (h) ensure good human resource management and career development practices
to maximise human potential; and (i) ensure broad representation of the South African people, with employment
and personel management practices based on ability, objectivity, fairness, and the need to redress the imbalances of the past to achieve broad representation.
CHAPTER 3
EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Individual transfers
5. (1) Any employee of the transferring institution may, subject to sections 151(3), 153 and 197(4) of the Constitution, be transferred within an institution or transferred to another institution in a manner and on such conditions as prescribed.
(2) An employee may only be transferred— (a) where reasonable grounds exist; (b) if the employee is suitably qualified, as envisaged in section 20(3) to (5) of the
Employment EquityAct, 1998 (Act No. 55 of 1998), for the intended position upon transfer;
(c) if the employee requests or consents in writing to the transfer; and
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(d) within that institution by the relevant authority, or to another institution with the concurrence of the relevant executive authorities of the transferring and recipient institutions.
(3) If an employee is transferred within an institution, or from one national or provincial institution to another national or provincial institution the—
(a) transfer does not interrupt the employee’s continuity of employment; and (b) employee may not upon the transfer suffer any reduction in remuneration and
conditions of service, unless the employee consents. (4) (a) If an employee is transferred between a national or provincial institution and
a municipal institution or from one provincial or municipal institution to another provincial or municipal institution, the remuneration and conditions of service of the employee upon the transfer are as agreed between the executive authorities of the transferring and recipient institutions. (b) If an employee is transferred in terms of paragraph (a) and unless the employee
consents, the remuneration and conditions of service may not be less favourable than those on which the employee was employed immediately before the transfer.
Secondments
6. (1)Any employee of an institution may be seconded to another institution or to any other organ of state in such manner, and on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed.
(2) An employee may be seconded in terms of subsection (1)— (a) if the employee possesses the necessary skills and knowledge for the intended
position at the time of the secondment; and (b) if the employee requests or consents to the secondment; or (c) in the absence of consent, after due consideration of any representations by the
employee, if the secondment is justified. (3) Any employee of an institution may only be seconded in terms of subsection (1)
to— (a) another institution in consultation with the relevant executive authorities of
the seconding and recipient institutions; or (b) an organ of state other than an institution, on request of the organ of state and
in consultation with the relevant authority of the seconding institution. (4) (a) If an employee is seconded between a national or provincial institution and a
municipal institution or from one provincial or municipal institution to another provincial or municipal institution, the remuneration and conditions of service of the employee upon the secondment are as agreed between the executive authorities of the transferring and recipient institutions. (b) If an employee is seconded in terms of subsection (1) and unless the employee
consents, the remuneration and conditions of service may not be less favourable than those on which the employee was employed immediately before the secondment.
Transfer of employees upon transfer or assignment of function
7. If a function is transferred or assigned from one institution, namely the old institution, to another institution, namely the new institution, as a result of an action envisaged in section 97, 99, 126 or 137 of the Constitution, the provisions of section 197 of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995), apply.
Conducting business with State
8. (1) In this section and in section 9, ‘‘employee’’ includes persons contemplated in section 12A of the Public Service Act and a person performing similar functions in a municipality.
(2) An employee may not— (a) conduct business with the State; or (b) be a director of a public or private company conducting business with the
State.
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(3) A contravention of subsection (2)— (a) is an offence, and any person found guilty of the offence is liable to a fine or
imprisonment for a period not exceeding 5 years or both such fine and imprisonment; and
(b) constitute serious misconduct which may result in the termination of employment by the employer.
Disclosure of financial interest
9. (1) An employee must, in the prescribed manner, disclose to the relevant head of the institution all his or her financial interests and the financial interests of his or her spouse and a person living with that person as if they were married to each other, including all—
(a) shares and other financial interests in an entity; (b) sponsorhips; (c) gifts above the prescribed value, other than gifts received from a family
member; (d) benefits; and (e) immovable property.
(2) Failure by an employee to comply with the obligation referred to in subsection (1) constitutes misconduct.
CHAPTER 4
CAPACITY DEVELOPMENTAND TRAINING
Capacity development by institutions
10. (1) The head of an institution must— (a) through the education and training of its employees develop its human
resource capacity to a level that enables it to perform its functions in an efficient, quality, collaborative and accountable manner; and
(b) for the purpose referred to in paragraph (a) comply with the Higher Education Act, 1997 (Act No. 101 of 1997), Skills Development Act and the Skills Development Levies Act.
(2) In addition to the education and training budget requirements in terms of the Skills Development Act or provision for a training levy in terms of the Skills Development Levies Act, an institution—
(a) must make appropriate provision within the available resources in its budget for the education and training of its employees; and
(b) may apply to any applicable sector education and training authority established in terms of the Skills Development Act for additional funds for training.
National School of Government
11. (1) The National School of Government will, in consultation with the Minister responsible for higher education and training, be established as a higher education institution contemplated in the Higher Education Act, 1997 (Act No. 101 of 1997).
(2) The School must, through education and training, promote the progressive realisation of the values and principles governing public administration and enhance the quality, extent and impact of the development of human resource capacity in institutions. (3) The School must give effect to subsection (2) by— (a) subject to the National Qualifications Framework Act, 2008 (Act No. 67 of
2008), providing such education and training or causing such education and training to be provided or conducting or cause to be conducted such examinations or tests as the Head of the School determines;
(b) interacting with and fostering collaboration, in consultation with the Minister responsible for higher education and training, among training institutions, higher education institutions, further education and training institutions and private sector training providers in furtherance of such education and training; and
(c) performing any other function or exercising any other power as prescribed. (4) The provisions of this section do not affect institution or sector specific training.
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Directive by Minister relating to education
12. (1) The Minister, in consultation with the Minister responsible for higher education and training, may direct the School to provide qualifications, part- qualifications and non-formal education as recognised by the National Qualifications Framework or the South African Qualifications Authority. (2) Insofar as a directive under subsection (1) applies to municipalities, the Minister
must act in consultation with the Minister responsible for local government and after consultation with organised local government.
Compulsory educational requirements for employment
13. (1) The Minister may, after approval by the Cabinet, direct that the successful completion of specified education, training, examinations or tests is—
(a) a prerequisite for specified appointments or transfers; and (b) compulsory in order to meet development needs of any category of
employees. (2) TheMinister must consult organised local government and obtain the concurrence
of the Minister responsible for local government before seeking the approval of the Cabinet contemplated in subsection (1) in respect of a directive to be applicable to municipalities.
CHAPTER 5
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
Use of information and communication technologies in public administration
14. The head of an institution must— (a) acquire and use information and communication technologies in a manner
which— (i) leverages economies of scale to provide for cost effective service; (ii) ensures the interoperability of its information systems with information
systems of other institutions to enhance internal efficiency or service delivery;
(iii) eliminates unnecessary duplication of information and communication technologies in the public administration; and
(iv) ensures security of its information systems; (b) use information and communication technologies to develop and enhance the
delivery of its services in the public administration; (c) align the use by staff of information and communication technologies to
achieve optimal service delivery; and (d) promote the access to public services through the use of information and
communication technologies.
CHAPTER 6
ETHICS, INTEGRITYAND DISCIPLINE
PublicAdministration Ethics, Integrity and Disciplinary TechnicalAssistance Unit
15. (1) The Public Administration Ethics, Integrity and Disciplinary Technical Assistance Unit is hereby established. (2) The organisational form of the Unit must be determined in terms of applicable
legislation. (3) The head of the Unit and all its personnel must be appointed in terms of the Public
Service Act. (4) The Unit has the following functions:
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(a) To provide technical assistance and support to institutions in all spheres of government regarding the management of ethics, integrity and disciplinary matters relating to misconduct in the public administration;
(b) to develop the norms and standards on integrity, ethics, conduct and discipline in the public administration;
(c) to build capacity within institutions to initiate and institute disciplinary proceedings into misconduct;
(d) to strengthen government oversight of ethics, integrity and discipline, and where necessary, in cases where systemic weaknesses are identified, to intervene;
(e) to promote and enhance good ethics and integrity within the public administration; and
(f) to cooperate with other institutions and organs of state to fulfill its functions under this section.
(5) (a) When an institution discovers an act of corruption, such corruption must immediately be reported to the police for investigation in terms of any applicable law, including the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, 2004 (Act No. 12 of 2004). (b) Issues of misconduct emanating from criminal investigations must be reported to
the Unit and the relevant head of institution for initiation and institution of disciplinary proceedings.
(6) (a) Notwitstanding subsection (5)(b), every institution has the responsibility to ensure that it deals with matters relating to misconduct without undue delay. (b) The head of the institution must report to the Unit on steps taken in respect of
subsection (5)(b). (7) The Unit may perform its functions in subsection (4) in respect of— (a) a national department or national government component, in consultation
with the executive authority of such department or component, or upon the request of the relevant executive authority;
(b) an Office of the Premier, provincial department or provincial government component with the concurrence of the Premier, or upon the request of the relevant Premier; and
(c) a municipality with the concurrence of the Municipal Council or upon the request of the relevant Municipal Council, or upon the request of the relevant Member of the Executive Council in respect of an investigation contemplated in section 106(5) of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000).
(8) The Minister must report to Parliament twice a year on the activities of the Unit.
CHAPTER 7
NORMS AND STANDARDS
Minimum norms and standards
16. (1) The Minister may prescribe minimum norms and standards regarding— (a) the promotion of values and principles referred to in section 195(1) of the
Constitution; (b) capacity development and training; (c) information and communication technologies in the public administration; (d) integrity, ethics and discipline; (e) the disclosure of financial interests; (f) measures to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of institutions; (g) disclosure of information relating to pending disciplinary action and
concluded disciplinary proceedings where the employee was found guilty; and
(h) any other matter necessary to give effect to the administration or implemen- tation of this Act.
(2) TheMinister must prescribe minimum norms and standards in terms of subsection (1)(a) in consultation with the relevant executive authority.
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CHAPTER 8
COMPLIANCE WITH MINIMUM NORMS AND STANDARDS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Office of Standards and Compliance
17. (1) The Office of Standards and Compliance is hereby established. (2) The organisational form of the Office must be determined in terms of applicable
legislation. (3) The head of the Office and all its personnel must be appointed in terms of the
Public Service Act. (4) The functions of the Office are to— (a) evaluate the appropriateness of norms and standards and their basis of
measurement as determined by institutions in relation to public administration and management;
(b) promote and monitor compliance with minimum norms and standards determined by the Minister in relation to public administration management;
(c) advise the Minister on the execution of his or her duties with regard to— (i) the determination of minimum norms and standards contemplated in
section 16; and (ii) enforcing compliance with the minimum norms and standards;
(d) conduct capacity and functionality audits of skills, systems, processes and advise on capacity building initiatives;
(e) develop and implement an early warning system to detect public administra- tion non-compliance; and
(f) report in writing— (i) at least once every quarter to the Minister on the performance of the
Office’s functions; and (ii) as directed by the Minister on the progress made in the investigation and
finalisation of matters brought before the Office. (5) Every head of an institution must cooperate with the Office in the performance of
its functions and ensure that the employees in the institution do so. (6) The objects of the Office are to ensure compliance with the minimum norms and
standards set by the Minister in section 16, taking into account that the spheres of government are distinctive, inter-dependent and interrelated, by—
(a) monitoring compliance by institutions with the minimum norms and standards in the public administration;
(b) submitting a report to the Minister and the relevant head of institution; (c) directing in that report, if necessary, steps to be taken by the head of institution
to comply with the applicable minimum norms and standards and assisting the institution in taking those steps;
(d) reporting to the Minister at least once a year or at the request of the Minister on the performance of the Office’s functions, the effectiveness of the minimum norms and standards, or any other matter related to the Office’s functions which may be requested by the Minister; and
(e) performing any other prescribed role in the promotion, monitoring and enforcement of the minimum norms and standards.
(7) The Minister must prescribe the powers of the Office and its members including those necessary to achieve the objects referred to in subsection (6).
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CHAPTER 9
GENERAL
Regulations
18. (1) The Minister may make regulations regarding— (a) any matter required or permitted by this Act to be prescribed; (b) a framework for the establishment, promotion and maintenance of service
centres to enhance service delivery of services to the public; and (c) any matter necessary to prescribe for the proper implementation or adminis-
tration of this Act. (2) The Minister must make regulations insofar as they apply to municipalities in
consultation with the Minister responsible for local government, Minister responsible for Finance and organised local government. (3) (a) Different regulations may be made to suit the varying requirements of
particular categories of institutions or of particular categories of employees. (b) When making regulations, the Minister must take into account the nature and
functions of different institutions or categories of institutions, as envisaged in section 195(6) of the Constitution and any public comments contemplated in subsection (4).
(4) The Minister must publish a proposed regulation for public comment for a period of not less than 30 days in the Gazette.
Repeal and amendment of laws
19. The laws mentioned in the Schedule are hereby amended to the extent indicated in the third column thereof.
Short title and commencement
20. (1) ThisAct is called the PublicAdministration ManagementAct, 2014, and takes effect on a date determined by the President by proclamation in the Gazette. (2) Different dates may be so determined in respect of different— (a) provisions of this Act; and (b) categories of institutions.
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ISAHLUKO 9
GABALALA
Imimiselo
18. (1) UMphathiswa usenokwenza imimiselo— (a) ngawo nawuphi na umcimbi ekufunwa ngulo Mthetho okanye eku-
vumelekileyo ngokwalo Mthetho ukuba ayenze; (b) ngokwakhiwa nokulondolozwa kwamaziko okunikezelwa kweenkonzo
okwenza bhetele ukunikezelwa kweenkonzo eluntwini; kwaye (c) nangawo nawuphi na umcimbi ekuyimfuneko ukwenza imimiselo ngawo
ukuze lo Mthetho usetyenziswe ngokufanelekileyo. (2) UMphathiswa makenze imimiselo esebenza koomasipala ngokubonisana
noMphathiswa ophathiswe oorhulumente basekuhlaleni, noMphathiswa ophathiswe iziMali noorhulumente basekuhlaleni abalungelelanisiweyo. (3) (a) Kunokwenziwa imimiselo engafaniyo yokuba ilungelane neemfuneko
ezahlukahlukeneyo zeendidi ngeendidi zamaziko okanye zeendidi zabaqeshwa. (b)Xa esenza imimiselo, uMphathiswa makacingele ubunjani nemisebenzi yamaziko
angafaniyo okanye iindidi zamaziko, njengoko kuxelwe kwisiqendu 195(6) soMgaqo- siseko kwakunye naluphi na uluvo loluntu njengoko kuxelwe kwisiqendwana (4). (4) UMphathiswa makawupapashe ummiselo ocetywayo kuShicilelo-Mithetho ukuze
uluntu luvakalise uluvo ngawo, kube lithuba elingekho ngaphantsi kweentsuku ezingama-30.
Imithetho etshitshiswayo neyenziwa utshintsho
19. Imithetho ekhankanywe kwiSihlomelo iyatshintshwa, kwaye ubungakanani botshintsho buboniswe kumhlathi wesithathu weSihlomelo.
Igama lawo nokuqalisa kwawo ukusebenza
20. (1) Lo Mthetho ubizwa ngokuba nguMthetho Wokulawulwa Koburhulumente ka-2014, kwaye uqalisa ukusebenza ngomhla ogqitywe nguMongameli ngesihlokomiso kuShicilelo-Mithetho. (2) Isengangafani imihla yokuqalisa kwawo ukusebenza— (a) ngokweenxalenye ezithile zalo Mthetho; kwaye (b) nangokweendidi zamaziko.
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SCHEDULE
LAWS REPEALED OR AMENDED
(Section 19)
No. and year of Act Short title Extent of repeal or amendment Proclamation No. 103 of 1994
Public Service Act, 1994
The repeal of sections 4, 14 and 15.
Act No. 17 of 1998 Transfer of Staff to Municipalities Act, 1998
The repeal of the Act.
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