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


Standard Constitution of SETA Regulations

4. Identification of the SETA


(1) Name


The name of this SETA is the [insert name] Sector Education and Training Authority, situated at [insert physical and postal address] and referred to in this constitution as the SETA.


(2) Scope of coverage


The national economic sector for which the SETA is established is the [insert name of Sector] Sector. Its scope of coverage, determined by the Minister in terms of section 9(2) of the Act, is recorded in Annexure 1, as amended from time to time.


(3) Constituencies in Sector


Organised labour, organised employers, government departments, professional bodies, bargaining councils and organisations contemplated in section 11(2) of the Act are listed in Annexure 4.


(4) Legal status


(a) The SETA is a statutory body and juristic person.
(b) The SETA, through the Accounting Authority, may authorise any person or persons to act on its behalf, to sign all documents and to take all steps that may be necessary in connection with any legal proceedings brought by or against the Authority.
(c) The SETA and its Accounting Authority are governed by the Act, the PFMA, the SDLA, this constitution and any other relevant legislation.