PR Councillor definition

PR Councillor means a councillor elected in accordance with section 22(1) (a) of the Municipal Structures Act 117 of 1999;
PR Councillor means a municipal councillor [appointed,] elected in terms of Section 22(1)(a) of the Municipal Structures Act, [by a political party] to proportionally represent a party [in Council and who] that contested [during] the [last municipal] election[s or by-elections] in the municipality[, as the case may be]; {Are PR vacancies subject to by-elections?}

Examples of PR Councillor in a sentence

The application must be supported by a letter from the ward or PR Councillor and the payment of a prescribed fee must be made to the Municipality as per the approved schedule of tariffs.

The application must be supported by a letter from the ward or PR Councillor and the payment of a prescribed fee as per the approved schedule of tariffs, to be reviewed annually.

The indigent support will only be affected after the verification of the application by the Ward Councillor or under extreme circumstances the deployed PR Councillor for verification in the absence of the ward councillor and will become effective within a maximum of two months or less after approval.

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A PR Councillor handles queries and complaints in consultation with the Ward Councillor, assists in the resolving of disputes and in making referrals, helps with implementation of projects, supports the Ward Councillor without replacing the Ward Councillor, and attends ward committee meetings, constituency meetings and special meetings.

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The Speaker indicated that in this regard, the Electoral Commission indeed informed the City Manager in writing on 25 August 2015 of the declaration of Mr TM Thobakgale as the new PR Councillor for the APC in Council.

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The costs of the application be paid by the respondents, only in the event of opposition.”[2] The applicant is one of the founder members of the first respondent.He was appointed by the first respondent as the Proportional Representative (PR) Councillor of the first respondent in the Amahlathi Municipality (the Municipality).

The indigent support will only be affected after the verification of the application by the Ward Councillor under extreme circumstances the deployed PR Councillor for verification in the absence of the wardcouncillor and will become effective within a maximum of two months or less after approval.


More Definitions of PR Councillor

PR Councillor means a municipal councillor appointed, in terms of Section 22(1)(a) of the Municipal Structures Act, by a political party to proportionally represent a party in Council and who contested during the last municipal elections or by-elections, as the case may be;

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