Public Service Act, 1994 (Act No. 103 of 1994)
Public Service Regulations, 2016
Chapter 1 : General Provisions
|(1)||These Regulations shall be read in conjunction with the Act.|
|(2)||In these Regulations any word or expression bears the meaning which was assigned in the Act, unless the context indicates otherwise—|
means the community development workers programme contemplated in regulation 107;
means the combination of knowledge, skills, behaviour and aptitude that a person can apply in the work environment, which indicates a person's ability to meet the requirements of a specific post;
means designated groups as defined in section 1 of the Employment Equity Act;
"Employment Equity Act"
means the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No. 55 of 1998);
in relation to any person, means his or her parent, sister, brother, child or spouse—
|(a)||including a person living with that person as if they were married to each other, namely a life partner;|
|(b)||whether such relationship results from birth, marriage or adoption;|
|(c)||including any other relative who resides permanently with that person; and|
|(d)||including any other relative who is of necessity dependent on such person;|
means a financial year as defined in section 1 of the Public Finance Management Act;
means the relative value of a particular job as reflected by the job weight, which is linked to a salary level in a salary scale used in the public service;
"inherent requirements of the job"
means the competency, experience, qualifications and any other requirement that an employee needs in order to perform a job;
means the functions according to which one or more posts of the same grade are created;
means a numerical value assigned to reflect selected characteristics of a job as measured by a job evaluation and job grading system;
means an occupation specific dispensation determined by the Minister in terms of regulation 42;
"Public Service Charter"
means the charter as agreed upon in Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council Resolution 1 of 2013;
"sectoral bargaining council"
means a council established or deemed to be established by the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council in terms of section 37 of the Labour Relations Act;
means the Senior Management Service consisting of employees who are incumbents of posts graded on level 13 or above, unless specifically excluded in terms of a determination or deemed determination by the Minister;
means the Public Service Act, 1994 (promulgated under Proclamation 103 of 1994);
means the Treasury Regulations made in terms of section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act, as amended.