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South African Reserve Bank Amendment Act, No. 4 of 2010
To amend the South African Reserve Bank Act, 1989, so as to provide for the amendment of certain definitions, the insertion of new definitions and the deletion of a definition; to provide for the establishment of a Panel for the election of directors to the Board and the functions of the Panel; to reinforce the requirements regarding the limitation on shareholding in the South African Reserve Bank and to prevent the abuse of those provisions; to provide for the nomination of directors by a broader base of the South African public and to broaden representation on the Board of the South African Reserve Bank; to define clear criteria regarding when persons are disqualified from serving on the Board; to provide for the confirmation of Board nominees against "fit and proper" and fiduciary criteria; to clarify the powers and functions of the Board; to provide for the possibility of the Governor and Deputy Governors being re-appointed to serve terms of office of less than five years; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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