(1) There is a provincial council for each province, except the metropolitan provinces, consisting of—
(a) a chairperson of the council, elected in terms of section 272;
(b) the senators elected from the province concerned;
(c) the two Senator Chiefs elected from the province concerned in terms of section 120(1)(b);
(d) the president and deputy president of the National Council of Chiefs, where their areas fall within the province concerned;
(e) all the Members of the National Assembly whose constituencies fall within the province concerned;
(f) the women Members of the National Assembly who are elected in terms of section 124(1)(b) from the province concerned;
(g) the mayors and chairpersons, by whatever title they are called, of all urban and rural local authorities in the province concerned; and
(h) ten persons elected by a system of proportional representation referred to in subsection (3).
(2) A person is qualified to be elected to a provincial council in terms of subsection (1)(f) if he or she is qualified for election as a Member of the National Assembly.
(3) Elections to provincial councils must be conducted in accordance with the Electoral Law, which must ensure that the councillors referred to in subsection (1)(f) are elected under a party-list system of proportional representation—
(a) which is based on the votes cast for candidates representing political parties in the province concerned in the general election for Members of the National Assembly; and
(b) in which male and female candidates are listed alternately, every list being headed by a female candidate.
… (Sec. 268)