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(1) A Ministers' Council shall consist of-(a) the Ministers appointed to administer departments of State for own affairs of one and the same group;(b) any Minister who is a member of the population in question and who has been appointed as a member of the Ministers' Council to perform functions other than the administration of a department of State;(c) any Deputy Minister appointed to exercise or perform powers, functions and duties on behalf of any of the Ministers referred to in paragraph (a) and(d) any Minister of the Cabinet who is a member of the population group in question and who has been co-opted by the Ministers' Council as a member thereof, whether for a definite period or for a particular purpose.(2) The State President shall designate a Minister who is a member of a Ministers' Council and who, at the time of the designation, in the opinion of the State President has the support of the majority in the House consisting of members of the population group in question, as the Chairman of such Ministers' Council.22.
(1) There shall be a Seal of the Republic, showing the coat of arms of the Republic with the circumscription "Republic of South Africa-Republiek van Suid-Afrika".(2) The Seal shall be in the custody of the State President and shall, save in so far as may be otherwise determined by the State President, be used on all public documents on which it was required to be used immediately before the commencement of this Act.23.
(1) The State President and any Acting State President shall when assuming office make and subscribe an oath of office in the following form before the Chief Justice or any other judge of the Supreme Court: In the presence of Almighty God and in full realization of the high calling I assume as State President/Acting State President in the service of the Republic, I A.
B., do swear to be faithful to the Republic of South Africa and do solemnly and sincerely promise at all times to promote that which will advance and to oppose all that may harm the Republic; to obey, observe, uphold and maintain the Constitution and all other Law of the Republic; to discharge my duties with all my strength and talents to the best of my ability and true to the dictates of my conscience; to do justice unto all; and to devote myself to the well-being of the Republic and its people.
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(1) The State President shall hold office, subject to the other provisions of this section-(a) during the continuance of the Parliament from which the electoral college that elected him was constituted and(b) after the dissolution of that Parliament, whether by effluxion of time or otherwise, until a State President has, at or after the commencement of the first session of the newly constituted Parliament, been elected as provided in sections 7 and 8 and has assumed office, but shall be eligible for re-election.(2) The State President shall vacate his office-(a) if in terms of section 7 (5) he becomes disqualified from serving as State President; or(b) if he is removed from office under subsection (3)(3) (a) The State President shall cease to hold office on a resolution adopted by a majority of the members present at a meeting of an electoral college constituted as prescribed in section 7 and convened, as so prescribed, by the Chief Justice at the request of each of the three Houses, and declaring him to be removed on the ground of misconduct or inability to perform efficiently the duties of his office.(b) In connection with a resolution contemplated in paragraph (a) no debate shall be allowed in the electoral college.(c) No request in terms of paragraph (a) shall be made by any House, except after consideration of a report of a committee of Parliament appointed in accordance with rules and orders contemplated in section 64.(d) A House shall not adopt a resolution that such a committee of Parliament be appointed, unless there has been previously submitted to the Speaker of Parliament a petition signed by not less than half of the members of each House and requesting that such a committee be appointed.(e) In connection with a resolution contemplated in paragraph (d) no debate shall be allowed in the House in question.(4) The State President may resign by lodging his resignation in writing with the Chief Justice.10.
(1) Whenever the State President is for any reason unable to perform the duties of his office, a member of the Cabinet nominated by the State President shall serve as Acting State President.(2) Whenever-(a) the State President is unable to nominate a member of the Cabinet in terms of subsection (1); or(b) the member so nominated is for any reason unable to act; or(c) the office of State President is vacant and there is no member so nominated or the member so nominated is unable to act, a member of the Cabinet designated by the remaining members thereof shall serve as Acting State President during the incapacity of the State President or of the member nominated by him, as the case may be, or until a State President has assumed office.(3) (a) If a member of the Cabinet serves as Acting State President in terms of a designation under subsection (2) during the incapacity of the State President or of the member nominated by him, and the Speaker of Parliament is at any time of the opinion that neither the State President nor his nominee will be able to resume the duties of his office within 60 days from the date on which his incapacity set in, the Speaker shall in writing inform the Acting State President and the Chief Justice accordingly, and thereupon a member of the Cabinet shall without delay be designated as Acting State President by an electoral college mutatis mutandis in accordance with sections 7 and 8.(b) When the Acting State President so designated by the electoral college assumes office, any nomination or designation made under subsection (1) or (2) shall lapse.(c) The Acting State President so designated by the electoral college shall serve as such during the incapacity of the State President or until a State President has been elected and has assumed office, as the circumstances may require.(4) Whenever it is in any of the circumstances mentioned above not possible to nominate or designate an Acting State President, the Speaker of Parliament shall serve as Acting State President.11.
The National Anthem of the Republic shall be "The Call of South Africa/Die Stem van Suid-Afrika". (1) The head of the Republic shall be the State President.(2) The command-in-chief of the South African Defence Force is vested in the State President.(3) The State President shall, subject to the provisions of this Act, have power-(a) to address any House, or the Houses at a joint sitting;(b) to confer honours;(c) to appoint and to accredit, to receive and to recognize ambassadors, plenipotentiaries, diplomatic representatives and other diplomatic officers, consuls and consular officers;(d) to pardon or reprieve offenders, either unconditionally or subject to such conditions as he may deem fit, and to remit any fines, penalties or forfeitures;(e) to enter into and ratify international conventions, treaties and agreements;(f) to proclaim or terminate martial law;(g) to declare war and make peace;(h) to make such appointments as he may deem fit under powers conferred upon him by any law, and to exercise such powers and perform such functions as may be conferred upon or assigned to him in terms of this Act or any other law.(4) The State President shall in addition as head of the State have such powers and functions as were immediately before the commencement of this Act possessed by the State President by way of prerogative.7.
(1) (a) The State President shall be elected by the members of an electoral college present at a meeting called in accordance with the provisions of this section and presided over by the Chief Justice or a judge of appeal designated by him.