List Of Presidents In SA After Independence

List Of Presidents In SA After Independence

Here is a comprehensive list of the presidents of SA ; This is a list of the heads of state of South Africa from the foundation of the Union of South Africa in 1910 to the present day.

From 1910 to 1961 the head of state under the South Africa Act 1909 was the Monarch, who was the same person as the Monarch of the United Kingdom and of the other Dominions/Commonwealth realms. The Monarch was represented in South Africa by a Governor-General. South Africa became a republic under the Constitution of 1961 and the Monarch and Governor-General were replaced by a ceremonial State President. In 1984, under the Tricameral Constitution, the State President gained executive powers, becoming head of both state and government. Since 1994, under the Interim Constitution and the current Constitution, the head of state and government has been called the President.

How Much Does President Earn In South Africa Per Month ? South African president Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to earn a salary of R3.9 million in 2019, making him one of the best paid presidents in the world.

What Is The Role Of A President In South Africa ?

The president of South Africa is the head of state and head of government of the Republic of South Africa. The president heads the executive branch of the Government of South Africa and is the commander-in-chief of the South African National Defence Force.

List Of Presidents In South Africa Since 1994 till Date

Nelson Mandela – 1994

Thabo Mbeki – 1999 -2004

Kgalema Motlanthe – 2008

Jacob Zuma – 2009 -2014

Cyril Ramaphosa – 2018 -2019

Who Is the Current President In South Africa

Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa is a South African businessman and politician who, since 2018, has served as the fifth democratically elected president of South Africa, as well as president of the African National Congress since 2017.

How much does Ramaphosa earn per year?

Ramaphosa publicly declared in South Africa on 24 May 2018 that he would be donating half of his salary (R3.6 million annually) to charity in honour of late former South African president Nelson Mandela.

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