1961 Front Matter Vol1

Acted as Prime Minister as from the 3rd March 1961, during absence from Union of Dr. the Hon. H. F. Verwoerd, M.P.

Acted as Minister of External Affairs as from the 3rd March 1961, during absence from the Union of the Hon. E. H. Louw, M.P.

As from the 21st January, 1961.

Elected under provisions of South-West Africa Affairs Amendment Act, 1949 (Act No. 23 cf 1949)

Elected 3rd April, 1958, under provisions of Separate Representation of Voters Act, 1951 (Act No. 46 of 1951).

Elected 25th July, 1960, vice J. H. Abraham, resigned 10th June, 1960.

Elected 11th January, 1960, vice A. I. D. Brown, resigned 12th November, 1959.

Elected 11th January, 1960, vice J. W. J. C. du Plessis, resigned 7th December, 1959.

Elected 4th May, 1961, vice Dr. B. Wilson, resigned 30th January, 1961.

Elected 3rd June, 1958, vice Col. R. D. P. Jordan, resigned 25th April, 1958.

Elected 3rd December, 1958, vice the Hon. J. G. Strydom, deceased 24th August, 1958.

Elected 17th March, 1961, vice the Hon. J. H. Conradie, resigned 31st December, 1960.

Elected 10th September, 1958, vice the Rev. P. N. V. de Lange, decessed 5th June, 1958.

Elected 16th January, 1961, vice P. J. H. Luttig, elected Senator with effect from 25th November, 1960.

Elected 17th March, 1961, vice the Hon. J. F. T. Naudû, nominated Senator with effect from 6th, December, 1960.

Elected 17th March, 1961, vice Dr. H. Muller, resigned 10th January, 1961.

Elected 24th August, 1960, vice S. F. Papenfus, resigned 10th June, 1960.

Elected 19th April, 1961, vice J. T. Bezuidenhout, deceased 8th November, 1960.

Elected 11th January, 1960, vice the Hon. C. R. Swart, resigned 7th December, 1959.

Elected 16th January, 1961, vice P. J. C. du Plessis, resigned 31st October, 1960.

Elected 10th June, 1958, vice Dr. J. H. O. du Plessis, resigned 12th May, 1958.

Elected 3rd June, 1958, vice A. L. Kowarsky, resigned 25th April, 1958.

Elected 11th May, 1959, vice S. J. Tighy, deceased 28th February, 1959.

Elected 25th April, 1961, vice H. A. Rust, resigned 16th March, 1961.

Elected 15th April, 1959, vice Dr. the Hon. A. J. R. van Rhyn, resigned 1st December, 1958.

Elected 3rd May, 1961, vice I. W. J. van der Vyver, deceased 3rd February, 1961.

Dropped in Assembly.

Withdrawn.

—Numbers indicate the number of the Printed Report of the Select Committee to which the Bill was referred.

English version was signed by His Excellency the Governor-General or His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government, under section sixty-seven of the South Africa Act, 1909, or the State President, under section sixty-five of the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act, 1961.

Afrikaans version signed by His Excellency the Governor-General or His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government, under section sixty-seven of the South Africa Act, 1909, or the State President, under section sixty-five of the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act 1961.

—Numbers indicate the number of the Printed Report of the Select Committee to which the Bill was referred.

English version signed by His Excellency the Governor-General or His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government, under section sixty-seven of the South Africa Act, 1909, or the State President, under section sixty-five of the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act, 1961.

Afrikaans version signed by His Excellency the Governor-General or His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government, under section sixty-seven of the South Africa Act, 1909, or the State President, under section sixty-five of the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act, 1961.

—Numbers indicate the number of the Printed Report of the Select Committee to which the Bill was referred.

English version signed by His Excellency the Governor-General or His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government, under section sixty-seven of the South Africa Act, 1909, or the State President, under section sixty-five of the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act, 1961.

Afrikaans version signed by His Excellency the Governor-General or His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government, under section sixty-seven of the South Africa Act, 1909, or the State President, under section sixty-five of the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act, 1961.

Denotes Consolidation Bill.

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DEBATES OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (HANSARD)

FOURTH SESSIONTWELFTH PARLIAMENT

(UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA)

20th January to 26th May, 1961

106, 107 and 108

AND

FIRST SESSIONFIRST PARLIAMENT

(REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA)

5th June to 27th June, 1961

1

Contents

The Ministry v Members of the House of Assembly and the Electoral Divisions or Circles represented by them vi—vii Alphabetical List of Electoral Divisions and Circles and their Representatives in the House of Assembly viii—ix Bills of the Session x—xi Acts of the Session in Alphabetical Order xii—xiii Acts of the Session in Chronological Order xiv—xv Select and Sessional Committees xvi The Debates: Col. Nos. Vol. 106 (Union of South Africa) 1—2840 Vol. 107 (—do—) 2841—5592 Vol. 108 (—do—) 5593—7324 Vol. 1 (Republic of South Africa) 7325—9372 Index to Subjects 1—75 Index to Speeches 76—128

ERRATA

Col. 12, line 34: For “Johannes”, read “Jacobus”.

Col. 146, line 30: For “decimalization”, read “decimation”.

Col. 205, line 10: For “wild ‘wragting’”, read “willewragtig”.

Col. 379, line 48: For “man”, read “non”.

Col. 2229, line 33: For “COETZEE”, read “COERTZE”.

Col. 2526, line 48: Delete “not”.

Col. 2531, line 63: For “Hel scriber”, read “Hellschreiber”.

Col. 2542, line 47: For “I do not”, read “He is unfortu—”.

Col. 2602: Read lines 38 to 48 after line 9.

Col. 3153, line 21: For “69c”, read “.69c”.

Col. 3153, line 28: For “5c”, read “.5c”.

Col. 3295, line 24: For “That is not par—”, read “Did the hon. mem—”.

Col. 3473, line 7: For “Act”, read “tax”.

Col. 4308, line 5: For “created”, read “treated”.

Col. 4412: Transpose lines 52 and 53.

Col. 4483, line 41: For “direct attentions”, read “distract attention”.

Col. 4588, line 7: For “childish” read “child-like”.

Col. 4613, line 30: Delete “to”.

Col. 5056, line 55: For “main”, read “maintain”.

Col. 5200, line 5: Delete “per month”.

Col. 5261, line 7: For “Miller”; read “Muller”.

Col. 5630: After line 13, read “indigenous timber, there were no specifications in respect of”.

Col. 5630, line 14: For “if”, read “of”.

Col. 5679, line 6: Delete “no”.

Col. 5801: After line 33, read “services which have to be provided. The hon. member knows”.

Col. 5849, line 66: After “making”, read “such”.

Col. 5921, line 19: For “company”, read “country”.

Col. 6050, line 36: For “suddenly”, read “solely”.

Col. 6051, lines 17 and 18: For “colonies which could be affected”, read “economies which could be effected”.

Col. 6246, line 11: For “R54,000,000”, read “R54,000”.

Col. 6531, line 12: For “H. Lewis”, read “Oldfield”.

Col. 6539, line 16: For “20”, read “28”.

Col. 7442, line 57: Before “I”, read “The MINISTER OF WATER AFFAIRS:”.

Col. 8063, line 3: For “involuntary”, read “voluntary”.

Col. 8713, line 10: For “Inseminary”, read “Seminary”.

Col. 8784: Delete lines 56 and 57.

Col. 8943, line 16: For “CHAIRMAN”, read “DEPUTY SPEAKER”.

Col. 9017, line 15: For “Muller”, read “Miller”.

Col. 9022, lines 53 and 55: For “principals”, read “principles”.

Col. 9025, line 66: For “country”, read “countries”.

Col. 9025, line 67: For “reserve”, read “reverse”.

THE MINISTRY

Prime Minister

Dr. The Hon. H. F. VERWOERD, M.P.

Minister of Lands, of Forestry and of Public Works

The Hon. P. O. SAUER, M.P.

Minister of External Affairs

The Hon. E. H. LOUW, M.P.

Minister of Finance

Dr. The Hon. T. E. DONGES, Q.C., M.P.

Minister of Justice

The Hon. F. C. ERASMUS, M.P.

Minister of Transport

The Hon. B. J. SCHOEMAN, M.P.

Minister of Arts Education, and Science and of Social Welfare and Pensions

The Hon. J. J. SERFONTEIN, M.P.

Minister of the Interior(), of Labour and of Mines

The Hon. Senator J. DE KLERK.

Minister of Bantu Administration and Development

The Hon. M. D. C. DE W. NEL, M.P.

Minister of Agricultural Technical Services and of Water Affairs

The Hon. P. M. K. LE ROUX, M.P.

Minister of Bantu Education

The Hon. W. A. MAREE, M.P.

Minister of Economic Affairs

Dr. The Hon. N. DIEDERICHS, M.P.

Minister of Posts and Telegraphs and of Health

Dr. The Hon. A. HERTZOG, M.P.

Minister of Agricultural Economics and Marketing

The Hon. D. C. H. UYS, M.P.

Minister of Defence

The Hon. J. J. FOUCHÉ (Snr.), M.P.

DEPUTY MINISTERS

Deputy Minister of the Interior

The Hon. P. W. BOTHA, M.P.

Deputy Minister of Labour and of Mines

The Hon. M. VILJOEN, M.P.

Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Science and of Social Welfare and Pensions

The Hon. B. J. VORSTER, M.P.

Deputy Minister of Bantu Administration and Development

The Hon. M. C. BOTHA, M.P.

MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY AND THE ELECTORAL DIVISIONS OR CIRCLES REPRESENTED BY THEM.

SPEAKER: The Hon. H. J. Klopper, M.P.

DEPUTY-SPEAKER AND CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES: Dr. I. A. Malan, M.P.

DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES: Mr. D. J. Scholtz, M.P.

CLERK OF THE HOUSE: Mr. R. J. MacFarlane.

  • Badenhorst, F. H.—Uitenhage.
  • Barnett, C.—Boland.
  • Basson, J. A. L.—Sea Point.
  • Basson, J. D. du P.—Namib.
  • Bekker, G. F. H.—Cradock.
  • Bekker, H. T. van G.—Kimberley-North.
  • Bekker, M. J. H.—Groblersdal.
  • Bloomberg, A.—Peninsula.
  • Bootha, L. J. C.—Rustenburg.
  • Botha, Hon. M. C.—Roodepoort.
  • Botha, Hon. P. W.—George.
  • Botha, S. P.—Soutpansberg.
  • Bowker, T. B.—Albany.
  • Bronkhorst, Brig. H. J.—North-East Rand.
  • Butcher, R. R.—Durban-Berea.
  • Coertze, Dr. L. I.—Standerton.
  • Coetzee, B.—Vereeniging.
  • Coetzee, P. J.—Langlaagte.
  • Connan, J. M.—Cape Town-Gardens.
  • Cope, J. P.—Parktown.
  • Cronje, Dr. F. J. C.—Jeppes.
  • De Beer, Dr. Z. J.—Maitland.
  • De Kock, H. C.—Pretoria-Rissik.
  • De Villiers, C. V.—Vasco.
  • De Villiers, J. D.—Hottentots-Holland.
  • De Wet, Dr. C.—Vanderbijlpark.
  • Diederichs, Dr. the Hon. N.—Losberg.
  • Dodds, P. R.—Port Elizabeth-Central.
  • Dönges, Dr. the Hon. T. E., S.A.—Worcester.
  • Du Pisanie, J.—Germiston.
  • Du Plessis, H. R. H.—Kuruman.
  • Du Plessis, P. W.—Brakpan.
  • Durrant, R. B.—Tuiffontein.
  • Eaton, N. G.—Umhlatuzana.
  • Eglin, C. W.—Pinelands.
  • Erasmus, Hon. F. C.—Moorreesburg.
  • Faurie, W. H.—Nelspruit.
  • Fisher, Dr. E. L.—Rosettenville.
  • Fouché, Hon. J. J.—Bloemfontein-West.
  • Fouché, J. J.—Smithfield.
  • Fourie, Prof. I. S.—Germiston-District.
  • Frielinghaus, H. O.—Port Elizabeth-South.
  • Froneman, G. F. van L.—Heilbron.
  • Gay, L. C.—Simonstown.
  • Gorshel, A.—Hospital.
  • Graaff, Sir de V.—Rondebosch.
  • Greyling, J. C.—Ventersdorp.
  • Grobler, M. S. F.—Marico.
  • Haak, J. F. W.—Bellville.
  • Henwood, Capt. B. H.—Pietermaritzburg-District.
  • Hertzog, Dr. the Hon. A.—Ermelo.
  • Heystek, J.—Waterberg.
  • Hiemstra, E. C. A.—Lydenburg-Barberton.
  • Higgerty, J. W.—Von Brandis.
  • Holland, M. W.—Outeniqua.
  • Hopewell, A.—Pinetown.
  • Horak, J. L.—Pretoria-Sunnyside.
  • Hughes, T. G.—Transkeian Territories.
  • Jonker, Dr. A. H.—Fort Beaufort.
  • Jurgens, Dr. J. C.—Geduld.
  • Keyter, H. C. A.—Ladybrand.
  • Klopper, Hon. H. J.—Vredefort.
  • Knobel, G. J.—Bethlehem.
  • Kotze, G. P.—Gordonia.
  • Kotzé, S. F.—Parow.
  • Labuschagne, J. S.—Vryburg.
  • Lawrence, Hon. H. G., S.A.—Salt River.
  • Le Riche, R.—Omaruru.
  • Le Roux, G. S. P.—Karoo.
  • Le Roux, Hon. P. M. K.—Oudtshoorn.
  • Lewis, H.—Durban-Umlazi.
  • Lewis, J.—Durban-North.
  • Louw, Hon. E. H.—Beaufort-West.
  • Luttig, Dr. H. G.—Mayfair.
  • Malan, Dr. A. I.—Hercules.
  • Malan, E. G.—Orange Grove.
  • Malan, W. C.—Paarl.
  • Marais, J. A.—Innesdale.
  • Maree, Hon. W. A.—Newcastle.
  • Martins, H. E.—Wakkerstroom.
  • Mentz, Hon. F. E.—Westdene.
  • Meyer, Dr. T.—Odendaalsrus.
  • Miller, H.—Bezuidenhout.
  • Mitchell, D. E.—Natal South Coast.
  • Moore, P. A.—Kensington.
  • Mostert, D. J. J.—Witbank.
  • Mulder, Dr. C. P.—Randfontein.
  • Muller, S. L.—Ceres.
  • Nel, J. A. F.—Port Elizabeth-North.
  • Nel, Hon. M. D. C de W.—Wonderboom.
  • Niemand, F. J.—Pietersburg.
  • Oldfield, G. N.—Durban-Umbilo.
  • Otto, Dr. J. C.—Pretoria-East.
  • Pelser, P. C.—Klerksdorp.
  • Plewman, R. P.—Johannesburg-North.
  • Potgieter, D. J.—Vryheid.
  • Potgieter, J. E.—Brits.
  • Radford, Dr. A., M.C.—Durban-Central.
  • Rall, J. J.—Harrismith.
  • Rall, J. W.—Bethal-Middelburg.
  • Raw, W. V.—Durban-Point.
  • Ross, D. G.—Benoni.
  • Russell, J. H.—Wynberg.
  • Sadie, N. C. van R.—Winburg.
  • Sauer, Hon. P. O.—Humansdorp.
  • Schlebusch, J. A —Bloemfontein-District.
  • Schoeman, Hon. B. J.—Maraisburg.
  • Schoeman, J. C. B.—North-West Rand.
  • Scholtz, D. J.—Namaqualand.
  • Schoonbee, J. F.—Pretoria-District.
  • Serfontein, Hon. J. J.—Fauresmith-Boshof.
  • Shearer, Col. O. L., C.B.E., E.D.—Pietermaritzburg-City.
  • Smit, Dr. D. L.—East London-City.
  • Smit, H. H.—Stellenbosch.
  • Stander, A. H.—Prieska.
  • Steenkamp, Dr. L. S.—Hillbrow.
  • Steyn, F. S.—Kempton Park.
  • Steyn, Dr. J. H.—Potchefstroom.
  • Steyn, S. J. M.—Yeoville.
  • Steytler, Dr. J. van A.—Queenstown.
  • Streicher, D. M.—Port Elizabeth-West.
  • Strydom, Capt. G. H. F.—Aliwal.
  • Suzman, H.—Houghton.
  • Swart, H. G.—Florida.
  • Swart, R. A. F.—Zululand.
  • Treurnicht, N. F.—Piketberg.
  • Tucker, H.—Springs.
  • Uys, Hon. D. C. H.—False Bay.
  • Van den Berg, G. P.—Wolmaransstad.
  • Van den Berg, M. J.—Krugersdorp.
  • Van den Heever, D. J. G.—Pretoria-Central.
  • Van der Ahee, H. H.—Graaff-Reinet.
  • Van der Byl, Maj. the Hon. P., M.C.—Green Point.
  • Van der Merwe, J. A.—Kroonstad.
  • Van der Merwe, P. S.—Middelland.
  • Van der Walt, B. J.—Pretoria-West.
  • Van der Wath, J. G. H.—Windhoek.
  • Van Eeden, F. J.—Swellendam.
  • Van Niekerk, G. L. H.—Boksburg.
  • Van Niekerk, M. C.—Lichtenburg.
  • Van Niekerk, S. M.—Drakensberg.
  • Van Nierop, Dr. P. J.—Mossel Bay.
  • Van Rensburg, M. C. G. J.—Bloemfontein-East.
  • Van Ryneveld, C. B.—East London-North.
  • Van Staden, J. W.—Malmesbury.
  • Van Wyk, G. H.—Edenvale.
  • Van Wyk, H. J.—Welkom.
  • Venter, M. J. de la R.—De Aar-Colesberg.
  • Venter, Dr. W. L. D. M.—Kimberley-South.
  • Verwoerd, Dr. the Hon. H. F.—Heidelberg.
  • Viljoen, Hon. M.—Alberton.
  • Visse, J. H.—Prinshof.
  • Von Moltke, J. von S.—Karas.
  • Vorster, Hon. B. J.—Nigel.
  • Vosloo, A. H.—Somerset East.
  • Warren, C. M.—King William’s Town.
  • Waterson, Hon. S. F.—Constantia.
  • Webster, A.—Etosha.
  • Wentzel, J. J.—Christiana.
  • Williams, T. O.—Durban-Musgrave.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ELECTORAL DIVISIONS AND CIRCLES AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES IN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

CAPE PROVINCE

Albany

Bowker, T. B.

Aliwal

Strydom, Capt. G. H. F.

Beaufort West

Louw, Hon. E. H.

Bellville

Haak, J. F. W.

Cape Town-Gardens

Connan, J. M.

Ceres

Muller, S. L.

Constantia

Waterson, Hon. S. F.

Cradock

Bekker, G. F. H.

De Aar-Colesberg

Venter, M. J. de la R.

East London-City

Smit, Dr. D. L.

East London-North

Van Ryneveld, C. B.

False Bay

Uys, Hon. D. C. H.

Fort Beaufort

Jonker, Dr. A. H.

George

Botha, Hon. P. W.

Gordonia

Kotze, G. P.

Graaff-Reinet

Van der Ahee, H. H.

Green Point

Van der Byl, Maj. the Hon. Piet, M.C.

Hottentots-Holland

De Villiers, J. D.

Humansdorp

Sauer, Hon. P. O.

Kimberley-North

Bekker, H. T. van G.

Kimberley-South

Venter, Dr. W. L. D. M.

King William’s Town

Warren, C. M.

Kuruman

Du Plessis, H. R. H.

Maitland

De Beer, Dr. Z. J.

Malmesbury

Van Staden, J. W.

Moorreesburg

Erasmus, Hon F. C.

Mossel Bay

Van Nierop, Dr. P. J.

Namaqualand

Scholtz, D. J.

Oudtshoorn

Le Roux, Hon. P. M. K.

Paarl

Malan, W. C.

Parow

Kotzé, S. F.

Piketberg

Treurnicht, N. F.

Pinelands

Eglin, C. W.

Port Elizabeth-Central

Dodds, P. R.

Port Elizabeth-North

Nel, J. A. F.

Port Elizabeth-South

Frielinghaus, H. O.

Port Elizabeth-West

Streicher, D. M.

Prieska

Stander, A. H.

Queenstown

Steytler, Dr. J. van A.

Rondebosch

Graaff, Sir De V.

Salt River

Lawrence, Hon. H. G., S.A.

Sea Point

Basson, J. A. L.

Simonstown

Gay, L. C.

Somerset East

Vosloo, A. H.

Stellenbosch

Smit, H. H.

Swellendam

Van Eeden, F. J.

Transkeian Territories

Hughes, T. G.

Uitenhage

Badenhorst, F. H.

Vasco

De Villiers, C. V.

Vryburg

Labuschagne, J. S.

Worcester

Dönges, Dr. the Hon. T. E., S.A.

Wynberg

Russell, J. H.

NATAL

Drakensberg

Van Niekerk, Susanna M.

Durban-Berea

Butcher, R. R.

Durban-Central

Radford, Dr. A., M.C.

Durban-Musgrave

Williams, T. O.

Durban-North

Lewis, J.

Durban-Point

Raw, W. V.

Durban-Umbilo

Oldfield, G. N.

Durban-Umlazi

Lewis, H.

Natal South Coast

Mitchell, D. E.

Newcastle

Maree, Hon. W. A.

Pietermaritzburg-City

Shearer, Col. O. L., C.B.E., E.D.

Pietermaritzburg-District

Henwood, Capt. B. H.

Pinetown

Hopewell, A.

Umhlatuzana

Eaton, N. G.

Vryheid

Potgieter, D. J.

Zululand

Swart, R. A. F.

ORANGE FREE STATE.

Bethlehem

Knobel, G. J.

Bloemfontein-District

Schlebusch, J. A.

Bloemfontein-East

Van Rensburg, M. C. G. J.

Bloemfontein-West

Fouché, Hon. J. J.

Fauresmith-Boshof

Serfontein, Hon. J. J.

Harrismith

Rall, J. J.

Heilbron

Froneman, G. F. van L.

Kroonstad

Van der Merwe, J. A.

Ladybrand

Keyter, H. C. A.

Odendaalsrus

Meyer, Dr. T.

Smithfield

Fouché, J. J.

Vredefort

Klopper, Hon. H. J.

Welkom

Van Wyk, H. J.

Winburg

Sadie, N. C. van R.

TRANSVAAL.

Alberton

Viljoen, Hon. M.

Benoni

Ross, D. G.

Bethal-Middelburg

Rall, J. W.

Bezuidenhout

Miller, H.

Boksburg

Van Niekerk, G. L. H.

Brakpan

Du Plessis, P. W.

Brits

Potgieter, J. E.

Christiana

Wentzel, J. J.

Edenvale

Van Wyk, G. H.

Ermelo

Hertzog, Dr. the Hon. A.

Florida

Swart, H. G.

Geduld

Jurgens, Dr. J. C.

Germiston

Du Pisanie, J.

Germiston-District

Fourie, Prof. I. S.

Groblersdal

Bekker, M. J. H.

Heidelberg

Verwoerd, Dr. the Hon. H. F.

Hercules

Malan, Dr. A. I.

Hillbrow

Steenkamp, Dr. L. S.

Hospital

Gorshel, A.

Houghton

Suzman, Helen

Innesdale

Marais, J. A.

Jeppes

Cronje, Dr. F. J. C.

Johannesburg-North

Plewman, R. P.

Kempton Park

Steyn, F. S.

Kensington

Moore, P. A.

Klerksdorp

Pelser, P. C.

Krugersdorp

Van den Berg, M. J.

Langlaagte

Coetzee, P. J.

Lichtenburg

Van Niekerk, M. C.

Losberg

Diederichs, Dr. the Hon. N.

Lydenburg-Barberton

Hiemstra, E. C. A.

Maraisburg

Schoeman, Hon. B. J.

Marico

Grobler, M. S. F.

Mayfair

Luttig, Dr. H. G.

Nelspruit

Faurie, W. H.

Nigel

Vorster, Hon. B. J.

Nigel

Vorster, Hon. B. J.

North-East Rand

Bronkhorst, Brig. H. J.

North-West Rand

Schoeman, J. C. B.

Orange Grove

Malan, E. G.

Parktown

Cope, J. P.

Pietersburg

Niemand, F. J.

Potchefstroom

Steyn, Dr. J. H.

Pretoria-Central

Van den Heever, D. J. G.

Pretoria-District

Schoonbee, J. F.

Pretoria-East

Otto, Dr. J. C.

Pretoria-Rissik

De Kock, H. C.

Pretoria-Sunnyside

Horak, J. L.

Pretoria-West

Van der Walt, B. J.

Prinshof

Visse, J. H.

Randfontein

Mulder, Dr. C. P.

Roodepoort

Botha, Hon. M. C.

Rosettenville

Fisher, Dr. E. L.

Rustenburg

Bootha, L. J. C.

Soutpansberg

Botha, S. P.

Springs

Tucker, H.

Standerton

Coertze, Dr. L. I.

Turffontein

Durrant, R. B.

Vanderbijlpark

De Wet, Dr. C.

Ventersdorp

Greyling, J. C.

Vereeniging

Coetzee, B.

Von Brandis

Higgerty, J. W.

Wakkerstroom

Martins, H. E.

Waterberg

Heystek, J.

Westdene

Mentz, Hon. F. E.

Witbank

Mostert, D. J. J.

Wolmaransstad

Van den Berg, G. P.

Wonderboom

Nel, Hon. M. D. C. de W.

Yeoville

Steyn, S. J. M.

SOUTH-WEST AFRICA

Etosha

Webster, A.

Karas

Von Moltke, J. von S.

Middelland

Van der Merwe, P. S.

Namib

Basson, J. D. du P.

Omaruru

Le Riche, R.

Windhoek

Van der Wath, J. G. H.

COLOURED REPRESENTATIVES

Boland

Barnett, C.

Karoo

Le Roux, G. S. P.

Outeniqua

Holland, M. W.

Peninsula

Bloomberg, A.

BILLS OF THE SESSION

No. of Bill.

No. of Act.

Short Title.

A.B.

1—’61

32—’61

Republic of South Africa Constitution. [J.C. 1—’61.]

2—’61

4—’61

Part Appropriation.

3—’61

13—’61

Unemployment Insurance Amendment.

4—’61

7—’61

Workmen’s Compensation Amendment.

5—’61

5—’61

South African Reserve Bank Amendment.

6—’61

6—’61

Banking Amendment.

7—’61

38—’61

Diplomatic Mission in United Kingdom Service.

8—’61

2—’61

Perishable Agricultural Produce Sales.

9—’61

12—’61

Defence Amendment.

10—’61

16—’61

General Loans. [ 6—’61.]

11—’61

14—’61

Mental Disorders Amendment.

12—’61

22—’61

Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa (Repeal of Laws) (Private). [ 5—’61.]

13—’61

University of the Orange Free State (Private) Act Amendment (Private). [ 3—’61.] (Proceedings suspended).

14—’61

31—’61

Preservation of Coloured Areas.

15—’61

25—’61

Marriage (A.B. 42—’60)—revived.

16—’61

1—’61

Vyfhoek Management Amendment.

17—’61

3—’61

Coloured Persons Communal Reserves.

18—’61

8—’61

Census Amendment.

19—’61

24—’61

Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa (Private). [ 4—’61.]

20—’61

18—’61

Industrial Conciliation Amendment.

21—’61

33—’61

Public Health Amendment.

22—’61

Bantu Education Amendment . [See A.B. 56—’61.]

23—’61

23—’61

Group Areas Amendment.

24—’61

27—’61

Anatomy Amendment.

25—’61

20—’61

Vocational Education Amendment.

26—’61

19—’61

Special Education Amendment.

27—’61

29—’61

Foundation Seed.

28—’61

9—’61

Public Service Amendment.

29—’61

Atmospheric Pollution Prevention. [ 7—’61] .

30—’61

28—’61

Seeds.

31—’61

Broadcasting Amendment .

32—’61

Telephonic Communications Interception .

33—’61

Extension of University Education Amendment .

34—’61

10—’61

Railways and Harbours Additional Appropriation.

35—’61

11—’61

Railways and Harbours Unauthorized Expenditure.

36—’61

15—’61

Unauthorized Expenditure (1959-’60).

37—’61

17—’61

Additional Appropriation.

38—’61

26—’61

Precious and Base Metals Amendment.

39—’61

Chiropractors’ .

40—’61

40—’61

Kimberley Leasehold Conversion to Freehold.

41—’61

30—’61

Dairy Industry.

42—’61

21—’61

Railways and Harbours Appropriation.

43—’61

56—’61

Water Amendment.

44—’61

34—’61

Marketing Amendment.

45—’61

Interpretation Amendment. [See A.B. 55—’61.]

46—’61

61—’61

Indemnity.

47—’61

Magistrates’ Courts Amendment .

48—’61

44—’61

Atomic Energy Amendment.

49—’61

Electoral Laws Amendment . [For report of Select Committee see V. & P. 808]. [See A.B. 90—’61.]

50—’61

42—’61

Defence Further Amendment.

51—’61

35—’61

Land Bank Amendment.

52—’61

37—’61

Unauthorized Use of Emblems.

53—’61

36—’61

Companies Amendment.

54—’61

53—’61

Police Amendment.

A.B.

 

 

55—’61

45—’61

Interpretation Amendment.

56—’61

55—’61

Bantu Education Amendment.

57—’61

Union Education Advisory Council [ 8—’61] .

58—’61

39—’61

General Law Amendment.

59—’61

46—’61

Universities Amendment.

60—’61

52—’61

National Parks Amendment.

61—’61

64—’61

South African Citizenship Amendment.

62—’61

60—’61

Admission of Persons to the Union Regulation Amendment.

63—’61

41—’61

Commonwealth Relations (Temporary Provision).

64—’61

43—’61

Iron and Steel Industry Amendment.

65—’61

47—’61

Diamond Export Duty Amendment.

66—’61

48—’61

State Land Disposal.

67—’61

59—’61

Aliens Amendment.

68—’61

68—’61

Public Holidays Amendment.

69—’61

49—’61

Post Mortem Examinations and Removal of Human Tissues Amendment.

70—’61

75—’61

Welfare Organizations Amendment.

71—’61

54—’61

War Special Pensions Amendment.

72—’61

58—’61

Payment of Members of Parliament.

73—’61

51—’61

Customs Amendment.

74—’61

50—’61

Excise Amendment.

75—’61

79—’61

Urban Bantu Councils.

76—’61

72—’61

Liquor Amendment.

77—’61

Undesirable Publications .

78—’61

57—’61

Railway Construction.

79—’61

62—’61

Railways and Harbours Acts Amendment.

80—’61

67—’61

Industrial Development Amendment.

81—’61

66—’61

Export Credit Re-insurance Amendment.

82—’61

78—’61

Pension Laws Amendment.

83—’61

77—’61

Building Societies Amendment.

84—’61

73—’61

Appropriation.

85—’61

69—’61

Medical, Dental and Pharmacy Amendment.

86—’61

63—’61

Railways and Harbours Second Additional Appropriation.

87—’61

71—’61

Revenue Laws Amendment.

88—’61

74—’61

Prohibition of Sports Pools Amendment.

89—’61

70—’61

Parliamentary Service and Administrators’ Pensions Amendment.

90—’61

81—’61

Electoral Laws Amendment.

91—’61

80—’61

Income Tax.

92—’61

76—’61

Finance.

93—’61

Unit Trusts Control Amendment .

94—’61

65—’61

Pensions (Supplementary).

ACTS OF THE SESSION

I.—IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

17—’61

Additional Appropriation.

60—’61

Admission of Persons to the Union Regulation Amendment.

59—’61

Aliens Amendment.

27—’61

Anatomy Amendment.

24—’61

Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa (Private). [ 4—’61.]

73—’61

Appropriation.

4—’61

Appropriation, Part.

44—’61

Atomic Energy Amendment.

6—’61

Banking Amendment.

55—’61

Bantu Education Amendment.

77—’61

Building Societies Amendment.

8—’61

Census Amendment.

31—’61

Coloured Areas, Preservation of.

3—’61

Coloured Persons Communal Reserves.

41—’61

Commonwealth Relations (Temporary Provision).

36—’61

Companies Amendment.

51—’61

Customs Amendment.

30—’61

Dairy Industry.

12—’61

Defence Amendment.

42—’61

Defence Further Amendment.

47—’61

Diamond Export Duty Amendment.

38—’61

Diplomatic Mission in United Kingdom Service.

22—’61

Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa (Repeal of Laws) (Private). [ 5—’61.]

81—’61

Electoral Laws Amendment.

37—’61

Emblems, Unauthorized Use of.

66—’61

Export Credit Re-Insurance Amendment.

50—’61

Excise Amendment.

76—’61

Finance.

29—’61

Foundation Seed.

39—’61

General Law Amendment.

16—’61

General Loans. [ 6-—’61.]

23—’61

Group Areas Amendment.

80—’61

Income Tax.

61—’61

Indemnity.

18—’61

Industrial Conciliation Amendment.

67—’61

Industrial Development Amendment.

45—’61

Interpretation Amendment.

43—’61

Iron and Steel Industry Amendment.

40—’61

Kimberley Leasehold Conversion to Freehold.

35—’61

Land Bank Amendment.

72—’61

Liquor Amendment.

16—’61

Loans, General. [ 6—’61.]

34—’61

Marketing Amendment.

25—’61

Marriage [A.B. 42—’60]—revived.

69—’61

Medical, Dental and Pharmacy Amendment.

58—’61

Members of Parliament, Payment of.

14—’61

Mental Disorders Amendment.

52—’61

National Parks Amendment.

70—’61

Parliamentary Service and Administrators’ Pensions Amendment.

4—’61

Part Appropriation.

58—’61

Payment of Members of Parliament.

78—’61

Pension Laws Amendment.

65—’61

Pensions (Supplementary).

2—’61

Perishable Agricultural Produce Sales.

53—61

Police Amendment.

49—’61

Post Mortem Examinations and Removal of Human Tissues Amendment.

26—’61

Precious and Base Metals Amendment.

31—’61

Preservation of Coloured Areas.

74—’61

Prohibition of Sports Pools Amendment.

33—’61

Public Health Amendment.

68—’61

Public Holidays Amendment.

9—’61

Public Service Amendment.

57—’61

Railway Construction.

62—’61

Railways and Harbours Acts Amendment.

10—’61

Railways and Harbours Additional Appropriation.

21—’61

Railways and Harbours Appropriation.

63—’61

Railways and Harbours Second Additional Appropriation.

11—’61

Railways and Harbours Unauthorized Expenditure.

32—’61

Republic of South Africa Constitution. [J.C. 1—’61.]

71—’61

Revenue Laws Amendment.

28—’61

Seeds.

64—’61

South African Citizenship Amendment.

5—’61

South African Reserve Bank Amendment.

19—’61

Special Education Amendment.

74—’61

Sports Pools, Prohibition of (Amendment).

48—’61

State Land Disposal.

15—’61

Unauthorized Expenditure (1959-’60).

37—’61

Unauthorized Use of Emblems.

13—’61

Unemployment Insurance Amendment.

46—’61

Universities Amendment.

79—’61

Urban Bantu Councils.

20—’61

Vocational Education Amendment.

1—’61

Vyfhoek Management Amendment.

54—’61

War Special Pensions Amendment.

56—’61

Water Amendment.

75—’61

Welfare Organizations Amendment.

7—’61

Workmen’s Compensation Amendment.

ACTS OF THE SESSION

II.—IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

1—’61

Vyfhoek Management Amendment.

2—’61

Perishable Agricultural Produce Sales.

3—’61

Coloured Persons Communal Reserves.

4—’61

Part Appropriation.

5—’61

South African Reserve Bank Amendment.

6—’61

Banking Amendment.

7—’61

Workmen’s Compensation Amendment.

8—’61

Census Amendment.

9—’61

Public Service Amendment.

10—’61

Railways and Harbours Additional Appropriation.

11—’61

Railways and Harbours Unauthorized Expenditure.

12—’61

Defence Amendment.

13—’61

Unemployment Insurance Amendment.

14—’61

Mental Disorders Amendment.

15—’61

Unauthorized Expenditure [1959—’60]

16—’61

General Loans. [ 6—’61.]

17—’61

Additional Appropriations.

18—’61

Industrial Conciliation Amendment.

19—’61

Special Education Amendment.

20—’61

Vocational Education Amendment.

21—’61

Railways and Harbours Appropriation.

22—’61

Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa (Repeal of Laws) (Private). [ 5—’61.]

23—’61

Group Areas Amendment.

24—’61

Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa (Private). [ 4—’61.]

25— 61

Marriage [A.B. 42— 60]—revived.

26— 61

Precious and Base Metals Amendment.

27— 61

Anatomy Amendment.

28— 61

Seeds.

29— 61

Foundation Seed.

30— 61

Dairy Industry.

31— 61

Preservation of Coloured Areas.

32— 61

Republic of South Africa Constitution. [J.C. 1— 61.]

33— 61

Public Health Amendment.

34—’61

Marketing Amendment.

35—’61

Land Bank Amendment.

36—’61

Companies Amendment.

37—’61

Unauthorized Use of Emblems.

38—’61

Diplomatic Mission in United Kingdom Service.

39—’61

General Law Amendment.

40—’61

Kimberley Leasehold Conversion to Freehold.

41—’61

Commonwealth Relations (Temporary Provision).

42—’61

Defence Further Amendment.

43—’61

Iron and Steel Industry Amendment.

44—’61

Atomic Energy Amendment.

45—’61

Interpretation Amendment.

46—’61

Universities Amendment.

47—’61

Diamond Export Duty Amendment.

48—’61

State Land Disposal.

49—’61

Post Mortem Examinations and Removal of Human Tissues Amendment.

50—’61

Excise Amendment.

51—’61

Customs Amendment.

52—’61

National Parks Amendment.

53—’61

Police Amendment.

54—’61

War Special Pensions Amendment.

55—’61

Bantu Education Amendment.

56—’61

Water Amendment.

57—’61

Railway Construction.

58—’61

Payment of Members of Parliament.

59—’61

Aliens Amendment.

60—’61

Admission of Persons to the Union Regulation Amendment.

61—’61

Indemnity.

62—’61

Railways and Harbours Acts Amendment.

63—’61

Railways and Harbours Second Additional Appropriation.

64—’61

South African Citizenship Amendment.

65—’61

Pensions (Supplementary).

66—’61

Export Credit Re-Insurance Amendment.

67—’61

Industrial Development Amendment.

68—’61

Public Holidays Amendment.

69—’61

Medical, Dental and Pharmacy Amendment.

70—’61

Parliamentary Service and Administrators’ Pensions Amendment.

71—’61

Revenue Laws Amendment.

72—’61

Liquor Amendment.

73—’61

Appropriation.

74—’61

Prohibition of Sports Pools Amendment.

75—’61

Welfare Organizations Amendment.

76—’61

Finance.

77—’61

Building Societies Amendment.

78—’61

Pension Laws Amendment.

79—’61

Urban Bantu Councils.

80—’61

Income Tax.

81—’61

Electoral Laws Amendment.

Reports of Select and Sessional Committees.

Fourth Session, Twelfth Parliament (Union of South Africa),

and

Printed No. of Report.

First Session, First Parliament (Republic of South Africa).

S.C. 1a—’61.

Public Accounts [First—On Unauthorized Expenditure, 1959-60].

S.C. 1b—’61.

Public Accounts [Second—On Appropriation Accounts, etc., for 1959-’60 and other papers].

S.C. 1c—’61.

Public Accounts [Third—On Appropriation Accounts, etc., for 1959-’60; Accounts of Regulatory Boards; and other papers].

S.C. 2—’61.

Railways and Harbours [First—On Unauthorized Expenditure, 1959-’60; Second—On Accounts, etc., for 1959-’60].

S.C. 3—’61.

University of the Orange Free State (Private) Act Amendment (Private) Bill.

S.C. 4—’61.

Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa (Private) Bill.

S.C. 5—’61.

Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa (Repeal of Laws) (Private) Bill.

S.C. 6—’61.

General Loans Bill.

S.C. 7—’61.

Subject of Atmospheric Pollution Prevention Bill.

S.C. 8—’61.

Subject of Union Education Advisory Council Bill.

S.C. 9—’61.

Question of Privilege.

Electoral Laws Amendment Bill [Report printed in Minutes of Proceedings, p. 808].

S.C. 10—’61.

Standing Rules and Orders.

S.C. 11—’61.

State-owned Land.

S.C. 12—’61.

Pensions, Grants and Gratuities.

S.C. 13—’61.

Irrigation Matters.

S.C. 14—’61.

Bantu Affairs [First and Second Reports].

J.C. 1—’61.

Constitution Bill—Joint [Report and proceedings bound with Votes and Proceedings].

For Debates covering period

20th January

to

26th May, 1961

See

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA

Volumes 106, 107 and 108.