Constitution Seventeenth Amendment Act of 2012 In terms of Proclamation No. 26 of 26 April, 2001, the administration of this Act has been assigned to the Minister for Justice and Constitutional Development. ACT To introduce a new Constitution for the Republic of South Africa and to provide for matters incidental thereto.
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, was approved by the Constitutional Court (CC) on 4 December 1996 and took effect on 4 February 1997. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land. No other law or government action can supersede the provisions of the Constitution.
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 was approved by the Constitutional Court on 4 December 1996 and took effect on 4 February 1997. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land. No other law or government action can supersede the provisions of the Constitution.
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1993 or Interim Constitution was introduced at the end of apartheid to govern the period of transition. It introduced, for the first time, the framework of a liberal democracy, universal adult suffrage and a bill of rights . Negotiations [ edit]
- 4 February, 1997
- South Africa
- 18 December, 1996
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Chapter 1: Founding Provisions Chapter 2: Bill of Rights Chapter 3: Co-operative Government Chapter 4: Parliament Chapter 5: The President and National Executive Chapter 6: Provinces Chapter 7: Local Government Chapter 8: Courts and Administration of Justice Chapter 9: State Institutions Supporting Constitutional Democracy
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Sep 23, 2019 · The new constitution was signed into law on March 21, 1996—a major turning point in South African history. The town of Sharpeville, where in 1960 the government had massacred 69 people peacefully protesting against apartheid passes, was chosen for the signing.