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Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)

Chapter VI : Trade Unions and Employers' Organisations

Part B : Regulation of Federations of Trade Unions and Employers' Organisations

107. Regulation of federations of trade unions or employers' organisations

 

 

(1) Any federation of trade unions that has the promotion of the interests of employees as a primary object, and any federation of employers' organisations that has the promotion of the interests of employers as a primary object, must provide to the registrar—
(a) within three months of its formation, and after that by 31 March each year, the names and addresses of its members and the number of persons each member in the federation represents;
(b) within three months of its formation, and after that within 30 days of any appointment or election of its national office-bearers, the names and work addresses of those office-bearers, even if their appointment or election did not result in any changes to its office-bearers;
(c) within three months of its formation, a certified copy of its constitution and an address in the Republic at which it will accept service of any document that is directed to it;
(d) within 30 days of any change to its constitution, or of the address provided to the registrar as required in paragraph (c), notice of that change; and
(e) within 14 days after it has resolved to wind up, a copy of that resolution.

 

(2) Service of any document directed to a federation of trade unions or a federation of employers' organisations at the address most recently provided to the registrar will be, for all purposes, service of that document on that federation.

 

(3) The registrar must remove from the appropriate register the name of any federation that the registrar believes has been wound up or sequestrated.