Prime Minister of South Africa
The Prime Minister of South Africa was the
head of governmentin South Africabetween 1910 and 1984.
The South African monarch was the
head of state, until 1961, when the non-executive State President of South Africaassumed that role, following South Africa's departure from the Commonwealth of Nations, and the establishment of a republic.
The position of Prime Minister was abolished in 1984, when the State President was given executive powers after a new constitution was adopted.
Inkatha Freedom Partyhas called for a return to Westminster-style split executive with a Prime Minister.
List of Prime Ministers
This is a list of
South African Prime Ministers from 1910 to 1984, when the position was abolished.
State President of South Africa
President of South Africa
Governor-General of the Union of South Africa
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