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South African Citizenship Amendment Act, No. 17 of 2004

Long title


To amend the South African Citizenship Act, 1995, so as to repeal a provision in terms of which a person may be deprived of citizenship by virtue of the use of the citizenship of another country; and to make provision for other penalties instead of the loss of citizenship; and to provide for matters connected therewith.

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1. Repeal of section 9 of Act 88 of 1995
2. Insertion of section 26B in Act 88 of 1995
3. Short title

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