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 Constitutional Mandate

The PSC derives its mandate from sections 195 and 196 of the Constitution, 1996.

The PSC is tasked and empowered to, amongst others, investigate, monitor, and evaluate the organisation and administration of the Public Service.

This mandate also entails the evaluation of achievements, or lack thereof of Government programmes. The PSC also has an obligation to promote measures that would ensure effective and efficient performance within the Public Service and to promote values and principles of public administration as set out in the Constitution, throughout the Public Service.
 

Chairperson
Advocate Richard Sizani
 
Deputy Chairperson
Vacant
 

    Acting Director-General
Ms Irene Mathenjwa
 

 
 

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Latest News
 
 
  • The Public Service Commission saddened by the passing away of Ms Phelele Tengeni [read more]
  • Public Service Commission Calls on Public Servants to uphold the Constitutional Values and Principles in their Conduct [read more]
  • PSC to Release the Quarterly Bulletin titled the Pulse of the Public Service for the Period 01 January to 31 March 2021 [read more]
  • The Public Service Commission, The National Planning Commission, The National School of Government and The United Nations Development Programme Collaborate Towards Efforts to Build State Capability [read more]
  • Public Service Commission, National Planning Commission, the National School of Government and the United Nations Development Programme Collaborate towards efforts to build State Capability [read more]


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To Report  suspected acts of corruption in the Public Service,
call the toll free hotline at   0800 701 701.

 

 

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