||The record of any decision or award made by the Director-General, and a copy of or extract from a record or document kept by the Director-General or lodged with him, which purports to be certified by the Director-General as a true copy or extract shall upon its mere production in a court of law be prima facie evidence of the content of such record or document.
||In any proceedings in terms of this Act, or in any court of law, any document purporting to be a sworn statement made by the Director-General or an authorised person referred to in section 7(2), and in which it is stated—
||that any person is or was required in terms of this Act to pay an amount to the Director-General or to an employee or other person specified in the statement;
||that an amount referred to in paragraph (b), or any portion thereof, has or has not been paid on a date specified in the statement;
||that he has exercised a power under this Act,
shall upon its mere production be prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein.
||The person presiding at the court or other proceedings referred to in subsection (1) or (2) may cause the person who has made a sworn statement referred to in subsection (2) to be subpoenaed to give viva voce evidence or cause written interrogatories to be sent to him for answering and a document purporting to be a sworn statement with the answers of that person shall upon its mere production be prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein.