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Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No. 97 of 1998)


Constitution of the Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA)

15. Admission and Removal of Representative Groups by the Board


15.1 Any employee group or employer group that is represented and registered in this sector may apply in writing to the Board for representation on the appropriate TETA Chamber.


15.2 After deliberation and consultation with the Chamber concerned, the Board may admit the employer or employee group to TETA if satisfied that the admission of that body will make TETA more representative of the interests of the sector.


15.3 After deliberation the Board may, after consultation with the respective employee or employer group concerned, remove it from the TETA if it is satisfied:


15.3.1 The group is no longer representative of employers or employees in the sector. In making such determination, it shall not bear the onus of proving non-representativity, but the group in question shall have the onus of proving representativity. The onus of proof shall be on balance of probabilities; and/or


15.3.2 If it is dysfunctional.


15.3.3 If its conduct is such that it has brought, or is likely to bring, TETA into disrepute,