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The ad hoc committee established to nominate a candidate for the position of public protector would like to inform South Africans that the advertisement calling for nominations or applications for the post is now available.
South Africans are reminded to take note of the closing time and date, which is 16h00 on 24 June 2016, and are urged to submit their nominations and applications on time.
To nominate a person, members of the public must include a motivation letter and curriculum vitae (CV) for the person nominated. When applying for the post on one’s own behalf, a motivation letter and CV must also be included.
The advert is also published below:
APPLICATIONS AND NOMINATIONS: PUBLIC PROTECTOR
The Ad Hoc Committee to Nominate a Person for Appointment as Public Protector invites members of the public and organisations to nominate suitable candidates for appointment as the public protector. Applications will also be accepted. A list of applications/nominations received will be published in order to allow members of the public to comment on the suitability of candidates.
The Public Protector is a state institution supporting constitutional democracy, established in terms of chapter nine of the Constitution, 1996. The Public Protector has the power to investigate any conduct in state affairs, or in the public administration in any sphere of government, that is alleged or suspected to be improper or to result in any impropriety or prejudice; to report on that conduct; and take appropriate remedial action. The Public Protector has the additional powers and functions prescribed by national legislation.
The public protector is appointed by the President on the recommendation of the National Assembly for a non-renewable term of seven years. The person recommended for appointment as public protector must be a South African citizen, who is a fit and proper person to hold such office, and who
In the case of nominations, the nomination must contain the full name, address/email address and contact details of the person or organisation making the nomination and a signed acceptance of the nomination by the nominee.
Applications/nominations must contain a curriculum vitae providing the applicant/nominee’s:
Applications/nominations must reach Mr Vhonani Ramaano, committee secretary, 3rd floor, 90 Plein Street, Cape Town, 8000 / PO Box 15, Cape Town, 8001 by no later than 24 June 2016 at 16h00.
Enquiries: Mr V Ramaano, tel: (021) 403-3820, cell: 083 709 8427, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Issued by Dr MB Khoza, MP chairperson of the Ad Hoc Committee to Nominate a Person for Appointment as Public Protector.
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