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


Constitution of the Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Training Authority (THETA)

Chapter 10 : Conduct of Members - Duties of Members of the Board of the THETA, its Committees and Chambers

36. Disclosure of interest


36.1 A Board Member of the THETA, or of any Committee or Chamber of THETA who is directly or indirectly interested in any business of THETA or the Committee or Chamber of which he is a Member or who holds any office or possesses any property which may cause a conflict of duties or interest must declare that interest or potential conflict.


36.2 A disclosure of any conflict of interest or duties made by a Member of THETA or of any Committee or Chamber of THETA must be made to the relevant meeting of THETA or the committee or Chamber as soon as practicable following the Member‘s becoming aware of the relevant facts giving rise to the conflict.


36.3 All such disclosures must be reported to the next meeting of THETA and all disclosures must be recorded in the minutes of THETA.


36.4 Non-compliance with the code of conduct is a serious transgression that can result in the relevant person being removed from the relevant committee and facing criminal and civil action.