About The Presidency


As the executive manager of government The Presidency is at the apex of the system of government in the Republic of South Africa. The Presidency is situated in the Union Buildings, Pretoria, and has another subsidiary office in Tuynhuys, Cape Town.

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Mandate and Core business

The Constitution requires that all spheres of government work together and participate in the development of programmes to redress poverty, underdevelopment, marginalisation of people and communities, and other legacies of apartheid and discrimination.

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Historical and Political Context

When the African National Congress (ANC) won the first national non-racial elections in April 1994 in a landslide victory, it enabled Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela to become the first president of a non-racial, non-sexist and democratic South Africa.

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Former Heads of State, Former Heads of Government and Former Governors-General and their Deputies

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Organogram of The Presidency

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Presidential Buildings

Various Presidential Buildings in South Africa

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Commissions Label
Remuneration Commission Website
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