Determination of Remuneration of Matters of Constitutional Institutions Matters Amendment Bill, 2013

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Justice and Correctional Services

The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development intends introducing the Determination of Remuneration of Matters of Constitutional Institutions Matters Amendment Bill, 2013 in the National Assembly shortly. The explanatory summary of the Bill is published in accordance with Rule 241(1) (c) of the Rules of the National Assembly.

The Bill seeks to amend-
▪ the Public Protector Act, 1994, so as to substitute a definition, to insert a definition and to further regulate the determination of the remuneration and other terms and conditions of employment of the Public Protector and Deputy Public Protector;
▪ the Human Rights Commission Act, 1994, so as to insert a definition and to further regulate the determination of the remuneration, allowances and other terms and conditions of the office and service benefits of the members of the South African Human Rights Commission;
▪ the Commission of Gender Equality Act, 1996, so as to insert a definition, to substitute a definition and to further regulate the determination of the remuneration, allowances and other terms and conditions of office and service benefits of members of the Commission for Gender Equality;
▪ the Electoral Commission Act, 1996, so as to insert a definition and to further regulate the determination of the conditions of service, remuneration, allowances and other benefits of members of the Electoral Commission;
▪ the Independent Commission for the Remuneration of Public Office-bearers Act, 1997, so as to substitute definitions, to insert a definition and to further regulate the function of the Independent Commission for the Remuneration of Public Office-bearers;
▪ the Commission for the Promotion and Protection if the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities Act, 2002, so as to insert a definition and to further regulate the determination of the conditions of appointment of members of the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities; and
▪ the Public Audit Act, 2004, so as to insert a definition and to further regulate the determination of the conditions of employment of the Auditor-General.

Comments can be emailed to Johan Labuschagne at JoLabuschagne@justice.gov.za

Enquiries can be directed to Johan Labuschagne on tel (012) 406 4755 or cell 083 305 1349