tioned in sub-section (2), the following particulars and no other particulars in relation to that person whatsoever, namely—
the date of his arrival in the Union (if not born in a part of South Africa included in the Union);
an indication of the fact that he is an alien; and
his signature or, if he is unable to sign his name, his fingerprints.
(4) If the person is not a South African citizen and has been admitted to the Union for a temporary purpose the identity card issued to that person shall contain all the particulars prescribed in respect of an alien by sub-section (3) except a photograph of that person.
(5) If the person is a native, the identity card issued to him shall contain the following particulars and no other particulars in relation to him whatsoever, namely—
his name and sex;
the ethnic or other group and the tribe to which he belongs and, in the case of a native who is not a South African citizen, his citizenship or nationality;
his identity number;
a recent photograph of himself and in the case of a native who is not a South African citizen, his fingerprints; and
the date of issue of the identity card.
Production of identity cards.
14. (1) After a date to be fixed by the Governor-General by proclamation in the Gazette, which date shall be not less than three months from the date of the proclamation—
any peace officer (as defined in section three-hundred-and-ninety of the Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act, 1917 (Act No. 31 of 1917)) may, whenever he is in terms of sub-section (3) of section twenty-seven of the said Act entitled to call upon any person to furnish such peace officer with his full name and address, request that person; and
any person authorized thereto in writing by the Director may, whenever it is necessary for him to do so for the purpose of carrying out his duties under this Act and upon production of his written authority, request any person,
if that person’s name is by this Act required to be included in the register and he has attained the age of sixteen years, to produce to such peace officer or, as the case may be, to such authorized person, his identity card.
(2) Every person who is in terms of sub-section (1) requested by a peace officer or a person authorized thereto by the Director to produce to him his identity card shall, within seven days of the date of such request, produce his identity card to that peace officer or to that authorized person or at a police station indi-