In this Ordinance, unless the context otherwise indicates -“Executive Committee” means the Executive Committee of the Whites;“official” means any person in or seconded to the service of the Representative Authority of the Whites.
2. Delegations by the Executive Committee to specific persons
The Executive Committee may generally or specifically and subject to such conditions as it may determine from time to time delegate any power, authority or function conferred upon it in terms of any ordinance promulgated before or after the commencement of this Ordinance or in terms of any proclamation or regulations issued or made under such ordinance, to -(a)the Secretary of the Administration for Whites; or(b)any other official.(c)
3. Powers which may not be delegated
The provisions of section 2 shall not empower the Executive Committee to delegate any power conferred upon it to issue proclamations or to make regulations.
4. Delegations by officials
An official upon whom any power, authority or function has been conferred in terms of any law referred to in section 2, may, with the approval of the Executive Committee granted subject to such conditions as the Executive Committee may impose, generally or specifically delegate such power, authority or function to any official under his control upon such conditions as he may prescribe from time to time.
5. Tabling of summary of delegations
A summary of all powers, authorities and functions delegated in terms of this Ordinance during the previous calendar year shall be annually laid upon the Table of the Legislative Assembly.
6. Repeal of Ordinance 21 of 1960
(1)Subject to the provisions of subsection (2) the Delegation of Powers Ordinance, 1960 (Ordinance 21 of 1960) is hereby repealed.(2)Any power, authority, or function delegated to any person in terms of the ordinance repealed by subsection (1) shall be deemed to have been delegated to such person in terms of this Ordinance.
7. Short title
This Ordinance shall be called the Delegation of Powers Ordinance, 1973.