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Political Party Funding

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Political Party Funding Act 6 of 2019

To provide for, and regulate, the public and private funding of political parties.
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Political Party Funding Act Draft Regulations 2019

The Electoral Commission, as authorised in terms of Section 24(2) of the Political Party Funding Act, hereby makes the Regulations below.
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Government Gazette - Invitation to make representations in respect of proposed regulations for Political Party Funding Act No_ 6 of 2018

The President assented to the Political Party Funding Act No. 6 of 2018 (the Act) on the 21 January 2019. The Act was published for general information in Government Gazette No: 42188 on the 23 January 2019.
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Government Gazette - Notice to Deregister Political Parties

Government Gazette - Notice to Deregister Political Parties
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Public Funding of Represented Political Parties Regulations

(Public Funding of Represented Political Parties Regulations, 1998)
These regulations cover the allocation of funding, payments and accounting.
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Public Funding of Represented Political Parties Act

(Act No. 103 of 1997)
This Act establishes the Represented Political Parties' Fund to provide for the funding of political parties participating in Parliament and provincial legislatures; to provide for the management of that Fund by the Electoral Commission and for accountability regarding that Fund; to regulate the allocation of moneys from that Fund and the purposes for which allocated moneys may be used by political parties; and to regulate the repayment to the Electoral Commission of the unspent balances of moneys by political parties under certain circumstances.
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