President of South Africa
|President of the|
Republic of South Africa
|Residence||Mahlamba Ndlopfu (Pretoria)|
Genadendal (Cape Town)
Dr. John L. Dube House (Durban)
|Appointer||National Assembly of South Africa|
|Term length||5 years|
|Inaugural holder||Nelson Mandela|
|Formation||10 May 1994|
|Deputy||Deputy President of South Africa|
|Salary||R 2,716,798 ($ 200,411)|
The role as President of South Africa was originally founded to be different from being prime minister. The two roles were merged in the 1983 constitution which calls for a four-year term of office. The 1993 and later constitutions limit the president's time in office to two five-year terms. The first President to be elected under the new constitution was Nelson Mandela. The current president is Cyril Ramaphosa.
List of presidents of South Africa (1994 – present) change
- van Wyk, Anim; Wilkinson, Kate (19 August 2014). "How much does SA's Cabinet really cost?". Mail & Guardian. Retrieved 23 August 2014.
- "Constitution, chapter 5: The President and National Executive, 88. Term of office of President". Archived from the original on 2009-05-04. Retrieved 2013-06-29.
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