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Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 (Act No. 108 of 1996)

Chapter 6 – Provinces

Provincial Legislatures

120. Money Bills

 

 

1) A Bill is a money Bill if it :
a) appropriates money;
b) imposes provincial taxes, levies, duties or surcharges
c) abolishes or reduces, or grants exemptions from, any provincial taxes, levies, duties or surcharges; or
d) authorises direct charges against a Provincial Revenue Fund.

 

2) A money Bill may not deal with any other matter except :
a) a subordinate matter incidental to the appropriation of money;
b) the imposition, abolition or reduction of provincial taxes, levies, duties or surcharges;
c) the granting of exemption from provincial taxes, levies, duties or surcharges; or
d) the authorisation of direct charges against a Provincial Revenue Fund.

 

3) A provincial Act must provide for a procedure by which the province’s legislature may amend a money Bill.