Payment of Members of the North West Provincial Service Commission Act, 1994 (Act 22 of 1994)

North West Provincial Gazette no. 95
This is the latest version of this legislation commenced on 02 Dec 1994.
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Payment of Members of the North West Provincial Service Commission Act, 1994

Act 22 of 1994

  • Published in North West Provincial Gazette no. 95 on 2 December 1994

  • Assented to on 29 November 1994
  • Commenced on 30 September 1994

  • [This is the version of this document from 2 December 1994.]


(English text signed by the Premier)ACTTo provide for the remuneration of Members of the Provincial Service Commission and the payment of certain allowances to them, and to provide for incidental matters.BE IT ENACTED by the Premier and the Legislature of the North West Province as follows :-


1. Remuneration of members of the Provincial Service Commission

(1)Any person who holds any one of the offices as specified in the first column of the Schedule to this Act, shall be paid monthly a taxable salary at the rate specified in the second column of the Schedule opposite the relevant office, so specified, in which he or she serves.
(2)The amount of the salary payable in terms of subsection (1) shall be a charge against the Provincial Revenue Fund referred to in the North West Provincial Exchequer Act, 1994 (Act 4 of 1994).

2. Travel expenses

Any member using private transport in performing official duties shall be entitled to claim travel expenses based on the distance and the engine capacity of the individual vehicle.

3. Short title and date of commencement

This Act shal1 be called the Payment of Members of the North West Provincial Service Commission Act, 1994, and shall be deemed to have come into operation on the thirtieth day of September, 1994.


Schedule


Designation of offices in the North West Provincial Service Commission Salary per annum
ChairpersonMemberPart-time member R278 824,00R266 764,00R130,00 per hour per meeting (calculated from the time when a member leaves home or any point of departure until he or she returns home).