I have identified four legislations in this mind map. Two for governance namely: Constitution of Republic of South Africa and SASA, and two for management, SACE act and EEA. Although I have made these two categories, the two legislations for governance are also important for school management, SASA in particular. SASA makes it very clear that principal assume professional management of school although SASA does not explicitly identify management areas for principal. Responsibilities given to SGB by SASA does not say principal must ignore those responsibilities because they affect daily running of the school. So, resolutions of SGB are also responsibility of the principal to ensure that they are implemented and the goals are realised. In these four legislations I have specifically identified the areas that I view as helpful for school management. In constitution, I looked on the issue of right to education that state must make sure it is realised using available resources. So, I placed principal at the centre of managing this resources such assets, finances and personnel. These resources are well classified by SASA but placing them under the responsibility of the SGB. SACE and EEA are mostly helping for school management by the principal because the look directly on issues at work place such as roles of teachers as contained in PAM document and expected roles of teachers in their profession and how they should conduct themselves contained in SACE. All these areas are management areas as they fall under day to day operations in the school.