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136 No. 30599
Government Gazette, 14 December 2007
 

Act No. 32, 2007
Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007
No. and year of law Short title Extent of repeal or amendment

Any offence relating to extortion, fraud, forgery or uttering if the amount of value involved in the offence does not exceed R20 000,00.

Any conspiracy, incitement or attempt to commit any offence referred to in this Schedule.”.

Act 74 of 1983 Child Care Act

1. The amendment of section 1 by the substitution for the definition of “commercial sexual exploitation” of the following definition:

“‘commercial sexual exploitation’ means [the procurement of a child] engaging the services of a child to perform a sexual act or to produce child pornography as contemplated in section 17 or 19 of the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007, respectively, for a financial or other reward payable to the child, the parents or guardian of the child[, the procurer] or any other person;”.

Act 133 of 1993 Prevention of Family Violence Act 1. The repeal of section 5.
Act 92 of 1996 Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act

1. The amendment of section 1 by the substitution for the definitions of “incest” and “rape” of the following definitions:

“‘incest’ means sexual intercourse between two persons who are related to each other in a degree which precludes a lawful marriage between them as contemplated in section 12 of the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007;

‘rape’ [also includes statutory rape as referred to in sections 14 and 15 of the Sexual Offences Act, 1957 (Act 23 of 1957)] refers to the offences contemplated in sections 3, 4 and 15 of the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007;”.

Act 105 of 1997 Criminal Law Amendment Act

1. The amendment of Schedule 2 by—

(a)

the substitution for Part I of the following part:

Part I

Murder, when—

(a)

it was planned or premeditated;

(b)

the victim was—

(i)

a law enforcement officer performing his or her functions as such, whether on duty or not; or

(ii)

a person who has given or was likely to give material evidence with reference to any offence referred to in