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Pan South African Language Board Amendment Act, No. 10 of 1999
To amend the Pan South African Language Board Act, 1995, in relation to the composition of the Pan South African Language Board and the procedure for the appointment of its members; to increase the quorum of that Board from seven to eight members; to adjust the provisions relating to its powers and functions, the appointment of its staff, the duties of the chief executive officer as that Board’s accounting officer, and contracts with experts for obtaining their specialised or technical services; to establish lexicography units; to regulate the financing of the Board and the application of its funds, and prescribe accounting and auditing requirements and procedures; to regulate copyright in the products of that Board; to make the provisions of that Act binding on the State; to effect certain consequential and technical amendments necessitated by the supersedence of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1993, by the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996; and to provide for incidental matters.
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