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1 Government Gazette Staatskoerant REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA REPUBLIEK VAN SUID-AFRIKA Vol. 585 Pretoria, 28 March Maart 2014 No N.B. The Government Printing Works will not be held responsible for the quality of Hard Copies or Electronic Files submitted for publication purposes AIDS HELPLINE: Prevention is the cure A

2 2 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 No. Page No. Gazette No. For purposes of reference, all Proclamations, Government Notices, General Notices and Board Notices published are included in the following table of contents which thus forms a weekly index. Let yourself be guided by the Gazette numbers in the righthand column: No. CONTENTS and weekly Index GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL NOTICES Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Department of Government Notices 198 Marketing of Agrticultural Products Act (47/1996): Establishment of statutory measure: Records and returns by exporters, importers, processors and purchasers of cotton do.: do.: do do.: Establishment of statutory measure and determination of guideline prices: Levy relating to cotton lint General Notice 230 Marketing of Agricultural Products Act (47/1996): Request for establishment of statutory measures relating to levies, registration and records and returns on imported chicken products Environmental Affairs, Department of Government Notice 201 National Environmental Management Act: Air Quality Act (39/2004): Declaration of temporaty asphalt plants as a controlled emitter and establishment of emission standards Health, Department of Government Notice R. 192 Mental Health Care Act (17/2002): Regulations establishing Ministerial Advisory Committee on Mental Health General Notice 203 Council for Medical Schemes Levies Act (58/2000): Imposition of levies on Medical Schemes issued in terms of section 2 (a) Higher Education and Training, Department of Page No. Gazette No. Government Notice 202 Further Education and Training Colleges Act (16/2006), Adult Education and Training Act (52/2000), Higher Education Act (101/1997), National Qualifications Framework Act (67/2008), Skills Development Act (97/1998) and Higher Education and Training Information Policy No of November 2013: Standard for the Publication of Post- School Education and Training Statistics Reports in South Africa No. Alle Proklamasies, Goewermentskennisgewings, Algemene Kennisgewings en Raadskennisgewings gepubliseer, word vir verwysingsdoeleindes in die volgende Inhoudsopgawe inge - sluit wat dus n weeklikse indeks voorstel. Laat uself deur die Koerantnommers in die regterhandse kolom lei: No. INHOUD en weeklikse Indeks GOEWERMENTS- EN ALGEMENE KENNISGEWINGS Binnelandse Sake, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewings R. 184 Films and Publications Act, 1996: Films and Publications Regulations, Births and Deaths Registration Act, (51/1992): Alteration of forenames do.: do do.: Alteration of surnames Gesondheid, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewing R. 192 Mental Health Care Act (17/2002): Regulations establishing Ministerial Advisory Committee on Mental Health Algemene Kennisgewing Bladsy No. Bladsy No. Koerant No. Koerant No. 203 Council for Medical Schemes Levies Act (58/2000): Imposition of levies on Medical Schemes issued in terms of section 2 (a) Handel en Nywerheid, Departement van Algemene Kennisgewings 226 Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (53/2003): Extension of transitional period International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa: Termination of the Investigation into the alleged dumping of graphite electrodes for use in furnaces originating in or imported from the People s Republic of China (China) and India Hoër Onderwys en Opleiding, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewing 202 Further Education and Training Colleges Act (16/2006), Adult Education and Training Act (52/2000), Higher Education Act (101/1997), National Qualifications Framework Act (67/2008), Skills Development Act (97/1998) and Higher Education and Training Information Policy No of November 2013: Standard for the Publication of Post- School Education and Training Statistics Reports in South Africa Justisie, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewing 182 Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996: Rules for the first sitting of the National Assembly, National Council of Provinces and Provincial Legislatures

3 STAATSKOERANT, 22 MAART 2014 No No. Home Affairs, Department of Page No. Gazette No. Government Notices R. 184 Films and Publications Act, 1996: Films and Publications Regulations, Births and Deaths Registration Act, (51/1992): Alteration of forenames do.: do do.: Alteration of surnames Independent Communications Authority of South Africa General Notices 228 Electronic Communications Act (36/2005): Application for an amendment of individual licence: Primedia (Pty) Ltd in respect of 94.5 KFM Independent Communications Authority of South Africa Act (13/2000): Notice of public inquiry into the state of competition in the Information and Communications Technology Sector Justice, Department of Government Notice 182 Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996: Rules for the first sitting of the National Assembly, National Council of Provinces and Provincial Legislatures Justice and Constitutional Development, Department of Government Notices R. 183 Rules Board for Courts of Law Act (107/1985): Amendment of Rules Regulating the Conduct of the Proceedings of the Magistrate s Courts of South Africa R. 185 Small Claims Courts Act (61/1984): Determination of amount for purposes of sections 15 and 16 of the Small Claims Courts Act General Notice 227 Prescribed Rate of Interest Act (55/1975): Invitation for public comments on the draft notice to adjust the rate of interest National Treasury Government Notice 179 Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act, 2003: Exemption from Regulations 15 and 18 of Municipal Regulations on Minimum Competency Levels, General Notices 231 Financial Intelligence Centre Act (38/2001): Directive 01/2013: Updating of registration information of accountable and reporting institutions do.: Directive 02/2014: Use of login credentials pursuant to registration with the Financial Intelligence Centre Rural Development and Land Reform, Department of General Notice 233 Restitution of Land Rights Act (22/1994): Claim: Matatiele Magisterial District South African Reserve Bank General Notice 234 Lost Share Certificate: Luise Gongalves Baeta Statistics South Africa General Notice 235 Consumer Price Index: February No. Justisie en Staatkundige Ontwikkeling, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewings R. 183 Rules Board for Courts of Law Act (107/1985): Amendment of Rules Regulating the Conduct of the Proceedings of the Magistrate s Courts of South Africa R. 185 Small Claims Courts Act (61/1984): Determination of amount for purposes of sections 15 and 16 of the Small Claims Courts Act Algemene Kennisgewing Bladsy No. Koerant No. 227 Prescribed Rate of Interest Act (55/1975): Invitation for public comments on the draft notice to adjust the rate of interest Landbou, Bosbou en Visserye, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewings 198 Marketing of Agrticultural Products Act (47/1996): Establishment of statutory measure: Records and returns by exporters, importers, processors and purchasers of cotton do.: do.: do do.: Establishment of statutory measure and determination of guideline prices: Levy relating to cotton lint Algemene Kennisgewing 230 Marketing of Agricultural Products Act (47/1996): Request for establishment of statutory measures relating to levies, registration and records and returns on imported chicken products Landelike Ontwikkeling en Grondhervorming, Departement van Algemene Kennisgewing 233 Restitution of Land Rights Act (22/1994): Claim: Matatiele Magisterial District Nasionale Tesourie Goewermentskennisgewing 179 Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act, 2003: Exemption from Regulations 15 and 18 of Municipal Regulations on Minimum Competency Levels, Algemene Kennisgewings 231 Financial Intelligence Centre Act (38/2001): Directive 01/2013: Updating of registration information of accountable and reporting institutions do.: Directive 02/2014: Use of login credentials pursuant to registration with the Financial Intelligence Centre Omgewingsake, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewing 201 National Environmental Management Act: Air Quality Act (39/2004): Declaration of temporaty asphalt plants as a controlled emitter and establishment of emission standards Onafhanklike Kommunikasie-owerheid van Suid-Afrika Algemene Kennisgewings 228 Electronic Communications Act (36/2005): Application for an amendment of individual licence: Primedia (Pty) Ltd in respect of 94.5 KFM

4 4 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 No. Trade and Industry, Department of General Notices Page No. Gazette No. 226 Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (53/2003): Extension of transitional period International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa: Termination of the Investigation into the alleged dumping of graphite electrodes for use in furnaces originating in or imported from the People s Republic of China (China) and India Transport, Department of Government Notices R. 180 Civil Aviation Act (13/2009): Civil Aviation Regulations, R. 181 Wet op Burgerlike Lugvaart (13/2009): Vyfde wysiging van die Burgerlugvaart Regulasies, General Notices 237 Air Service Licensing Act (115/1990): Application for the grant or amendment of domestic air service licence International Air Service Act (60/1993): Grant/amendment of international air service license BOARD NOTICES 29 Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 2002: Exemption of particular persons from the level 1 regulatory examination, No. 1 of do.: Particular exemption from fees payable to Register, No. 1 of do.: Exemption of particular persons from qualification requirements, No. 1 of Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act (37/2002): Exemption of Original co-sourcing SA (Pty) Ltd trading as Orico SA (Pty) Ltd (FSP No ) do.: Exemption of Bacci Trading (Pty) Ltd (FSP No. 808) do.: Exemption of Ima Traders 55 CC (FSP No. 3905) Architectural Profession Act (44/2000): Fees and charges for the financial year 1 April March Financial Markets Act (19/2012): Financial Services Board: Amendments to the JSE Equities and Derivatives Rules do.: do.: Amendments to JSE Listing Requirements do.: do.: Proposed amendments to the JSE Interest Rate and Currency Rules: Publication for comment Collective Investment Schemes Control Act (45/2002): Financial Services Board: Determination of permissible deductions from a portfolio do.: do.: Exemption of managers of collective investment schemes in property from certain provisions of the Act No. 229 Independent Communications Authority of South Africa Act (13/2000): Notice of public inquiry into the state of competition in the Information and Communications Technology Sector Statistieke Suid-Afrika Algemene Kennisgewing 235 Consumer Price Index: February Suid Afrikaanse Reserwebank Algemene Kennisgewing 234 Lost Share Certificate: Luise Gongalves Baeta Vervoer, Departement van Goewermentskennisgewings R. 180 Civil Aviation Act (13/2009): Civil Aviation Regulations, R. 181 Wet op Burgerlike Lugvaart (13/2009): Vyfde wysiging van die Burgerlugvaart Regulasies, Algemene Kennisgewings Bladsy No. Koerant No. 237 Air Service Licensing Act (115/1990): Application for the grant or amendment of domestic air service licence International Air Service Act (60/1993): Grant/amendment of international air service license RAADSKENNISGEWINGS 29 Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 2002: Exemption of particular persons from the level 1 regulatory examination, No. 1 of do.: Particular exemption from fees payable to Register, No. 1 of do.: Exemption of particular persons from qualification requirements, No. 1 of Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act (37/2002): Exemption of Original co-sourcing SA (Pty) Ltd trading as Orico SA (Pty) Ltd (FSP No ) do.: Exemption of Bacci Trading (Pty) Ltd (FSP No. 808) do.: Exemption of Ima Traders 55 CC (FSP No. 3905) Architectural Profession Act (44/2000): Fees and charges for the financial year 1 April March Financial Markets Act (19/2012): Financial Services Board: Amendments to the JSE Equities and Derivatives Rules do.: do.: Amendments to JSE Listing Requirements do.: do.: Proposed amendments to the JSE Interest Rate and Currency Rules: Publication for comment Collective Investment Schemes Control Act (45/2002): Financial Services Board: Determination of permissible deductions from a portfolio do.: do.: Exemption of managers of collective investment schemes in property from certain provisions of the Act

5 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT GOVERNMENT NOTICES, GENERAL NOTICES, REGULATION NOTICES AND PROCLAMATIONS Closing times PRIOR TO PUBLIC HOLIDAYS for The closing time is 15:00 sharp on the following days: Late notices will be published in the subsequent issue, if under special circumstances, a late notice is accepted, a double tariff will be charged BELANGRIKE AANKONDIGING Sluitingstye VOOR VAKANSIEDAE vir GOEWERMENTS-, ALGEMENE- & REGULASIE- KENNISGEWINGS ASOOK PROKLAMASIES Die sluitingstyd is stiptelik 15:00 op die volgende dae: March, Thursday, for the issue of Thursday 20 March March, Thursday, for the issue of Friday 28 March April, Thursday, for the issue of Thursday 17 April April, Wednesday, for the issue of Friday 25 April April, Friday, for the issue of Friday 2 May June, Thursday, for the issue of Thursday 20 June September, Thursday, for the issue of Friday 26 September December, Thursday, for the issue of Friday 19 December December, Monday, for the issue of Wednesday 24 December December, Friday, for the issue of Friday 2 January 2015 The copy for a SEPARATE Government Gazette must be handed in not later than three calendar weeks before date of publication Maart, Donderdag, vir die uitgawe van Donderdag 20 Maart Maart, Donderdag, vir die uitgawe van Vrydag 28 Maart April, Donderdag, vir die uitgawe van Donderdag 17 April April, Woensdag, vir die uitgawe van Vrydag 25 April April, Vrydag, vir die uitgawe van Vrydag 2 Mei Junie, Donderdag, vir die uitgawe van Donderdag 20 Junie September, Donderdag, vir die uitgawe van Vrydag 26 September Desember, Donderdag, vir die uitgawe van Vrydag 19 Desember Desember, Maandag, vir die uitgawe van Woensdag 24 Desember Desember, Vrydag, vir die uitgawe van Vrydag 2 Januarie 2015 Laat kennisgewings sal in die daaropvolgende uitgawe geplaas word. Indien n laat kennisgewing wel, onder spesiale omstandighede, aanvaar word, sal n dubbeltarief gehef word Wanneer n APARTE Staatskoerant verlang word moet die kopie drie kalenderweke voor publikasie ingedien word

6 6 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 GOVERNMENT NOTICES GOEWERMENTSKENNISGEWINGS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES DEPARTEMENT VAN LANDBOU, BOSBOU EN VISSERYE No March 2014 MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ACT, 1996 (ACT No. 47 OF 1996) ESTABLISHMENT OF STATUTORY MEASURE: RECORDS AND RETURNS BY EXPORTERS, IMPORTERS, PROCESSORS AND PURCHASERS OF COTTON I, Tina Joemat-Pettersson, Minister of Agriculture, acting under sections 13 and 18 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996), hereby establish the statutory measure set out in the Schedule. TINA JOEMAT-PETTERSSON MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES

7 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No SCHEDULE Definitions 1. In this Schedule any word or expression to which a meaning has been assigned in the Act shall have that meaning and unless the context otherwise indicates - "contract ginning" means seed cotton ginned by a ginner on behalf of another party without the ownership of the cotton passing over to the ginner; "cotton" means cotton lint and seed cotton derived from the ball of the cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum); "cotton lint" means the fibre derived from the seed cotton after the seed cotton has been ginned; "Cotton South Africa" means Cotton SA NPC a non-profit company registered in terms of the Companies Act, which operates under the name Cotton South Africa; "ginner" means any person who gins seed cotton; "gin" in relation to seed cotton, means to separate the seed and fibre in seed cotton and ginning has a corresponding meaning; "seed cotton" means the lint and seed derived from the ball of the cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum), before it has been ginned; "the Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996). Purpose and aims of statutory measure and the relation thereof to objectives of the Act 2. The purpose and aims of this statutory measure are to compel the following parties to keep records and furnish returns to Cotton South Africa: Persons who are parties to the purchase of seed cotton from producers; those persons who process seed cotton; persons who import or export cotton; and those persons who are parties to the purchase of cotton lint from producers or ginners. This is deemed necessary to ensure that continuous, timeous and accurate market information relating to cotton is made available for all role-players. Information gathered by Cotton South Africa from the records and returns will be freely distributed to the market place. Market information is deemed essential for all role-players in a deregulated market, in order for them to be able to make informed decisions. By the compulsory furnishing of monthly returns on an individual basis, market information for the whole of the country can be processed and disseminated to the market place. The established of this statutory measure will not only enhance market access for all market participants but should also promote the efficiency of the marketing of cotton. Furthermore, proper market information will enhance the viability of the cotton industry and the agricultural sector at large. The measure will not be detrimental to the number of employment opportunities within the economy or fair labour practice. This statutory measure will be administered by Cotton South Africa, a company incorporated under section 21 of the Companies Act, 1973 (Act No.61 of 1973). Cotton South Africa is appointed to implement, administer and enforce the intervention set out in the Schedule. It is envisaged that Cotton South Africa will make available macro generic market information to the cotton industry and other interested parties on a monthly basis. This information will be obtained from the returns rendered to Cotton South Africa and will be supplied on a national basis. The information will furthermore be made available in a manner suitable to reach the majority of the role-players in the cotton industry.

8 8 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 Products to which statutory measure applies 3. This statutory measure shall apply to cotton. Area in which statutory measure applies 4. This statutory measure shall apply within the geographical area of the Republic of South Africa. Records and returns to be kept and submitted by exporters, importers, processors, and purchasers of cotton 5. (1) The following parties shall keep records and furnish returns with regard to cotton in his or her possession or under his or her control: a) Persons who are parties to the purchase of seed cotton from producers; b) those persons who process seed cotton; c) persons who import or export cotton; and d) those persons who are parties to the purchase of cotton lint from producers or ginners. (2) Cotton South Africa shall make forms available to facilitate the process of submitting returns. (3) a) The return shall be submitted monthly, when forwarded by post to - Cotton South Africa P.O. Box SILVERTON 0127; or b) when delivered by hand delivered to - Cotton South Africa Cotton South Africa Building 90 Cycad Place off Watermeyer Street Val de Grace Extension 10 PRETORIA (4) The return shall be submitted before or on the twentieth day of the month, following the month to which the records and returns relate, with the exception of the monthly crop return which have to reach Cotton South Africa not later than the end of the month to which the crop return relates. (5) The records and returns shall in the case of the ginners, contain information with regard to the following: a) The month concerned: b) The marketing year applicable; c) The name and address of the ginnery concerned; d) with regard to seed cotton purchased from RSA producers, the following information: (i) Cultivars; (ii) opening stock in kg; (iii) plus purchased stock during the month in kg; (iv) less ginned stock during the month in kg; (v) closing stock for the month in kg; and e) with regard to seed cotton received from RSA producers for contract ginning, the following information: (i) Cultivars;

9 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No (ii) opening stock in kg; (iii) plus stock received during the month in kg; (iv) less ginned stock during the month in kg; (v) closing stock for the month in kg; and f) with regard to seed cotton purchased from other persons or countries, the following information for the month concerned; (i) Person or country; (ii) opening stock in kg; (iii) plus purchased stock in kg; (iv) less ginned stock in kg; (v) closing stock in kg; and g) with regard to seed cotton received for contract ginning from other countries or persons other than RSA producers, the following information for the month concerned; (i) Person or country; (ii) opening stock in kg; (iii) plus received stock in kg; (iv) less ginned stock in kg; (v) closing stock in kg; and h) with regard to cotton lint produced from seed cotton purchased by the gin, the following information for the month concerned: (i) Opening stock in kg; (ii) plus stock produced; (iii) less sales in kg; (iv) closing stock in kg; i) with regard to cotton lint produced from seed cotton received for contract ginning, the following information for the month concerned: (i) Opening stock in kg; (ii) plus stock produced; (iii) less stock delivered in kg; (iv) closing stock in kg. (6) A monthly crop return shall be submitted by the ginners which reflect the following information per production area and country, in respect of seed cotton that the gin expects to purchase and/or expects to contract gin: a) the month concerned; b) production year concerned; c) name and address of the ginnery concerned; d) date on which report is submitted; e) area under which crop is planted; f) hectares under irrigation or dryland; g) estimated yield in kg seed cotton per hectare with regard to areas under irrigation or dryland; h) estimated crop in 200 kg lint bales; i) percentage handpicked; and j) percentage of crop ginned up to date. (7) A monthly return shall be submitted by spinners which reflect the following information: a) the month concerned; b) the marketing year concerned c) name and address of spinner concerned; d) with regard to cotton lint purchased, the following information for the month concerned: B

10 10 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 (i) name of the seller (ii) date received; (iii) cotton lint purchased from each seller in kg; and e) with regard to cotton lint received, the following information: (i) the month concerned; (ii) countries; (iii) closing stock in kg; and f) with regard to the quantity cotton lint consumed, the following information: (i) the month concerned; (ii) countries; (iii) closing stock in kg; cotton lint received in kg from South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and other cotton lint consumed in kg from South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and other (8) A monthly return shall be submitted by any person who import or export cotton, which reflect the following information: a) the month concerned: b) the marketing year concerned; c) name and address of person or instance concerned; d) type of product imported or exported; e) quantities or volume concerned in kg; and f) origin and/or destination of each quantity or volume in kg. (9) A record system that reflects good accounting practice shall be introduced and kept by Cotton South Africa. (10) The records of Cotton South Africa, and agents if appointed, shall at least annually be audited by an internationally recognised firm of Chartered Accountants and in addition be subject to internal audits and controls as may be required by the Companies Act. Commencement and period of validity 6. This statutory measure shall come into operation on 1 April 2014 and shall lapse on 31 March 2018.

11 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No No March 2014 MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ACT, 1996 (ACT No. 47 OF 1996) ESTABLISHMENT OF STATUTORY MEASURE: REGISTRATION OF EXPORTERS, IMPORTERS, PROCESSORS, PRODUCERS AND PURCHASERS OF COTTON I, Tina Joemat-Pettersson, Minister of Agriculture, acting under sections 13 and 19 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996), hereby establish the statutory measure set out in the Schedule. TINA JOEMAT-PETTERSSON MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES

12 12 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 Definitions SCHEDULE 1. In this Schedule any word or expression to which a meaning has been assigned in the Act shall have that meaning and unless the context otherwise indicates - "cotton" means cotton lint and seed cotton derived from the ball of the cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum); "cotton lint" means the fibre derived from the seed cotton after the seed cotton has been ginned; "Cotton South Africa" means Cotton SA NPC a non-profit company registered in terms of the Companies Act, which operates under the name Cotton South Africa; "ginner" means any person who gins seed cotton; "gin" in relation to seed cotton, means to separate the seed and fibre in seed cotton and ginning has a corresponding meaning; "seed cotton" means the lint and seed derived from the ball of the cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum), before it has been ginned; "the Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996). Purpose and aims of statutory measure and the relation thereof to objectives of the Act 2. The purpose and aims of this statutory measure are to compel the following parties to register with Cotton South Africa: All persons who produce seed cotton; all persons who are parties to the purchase of seed cotton from producers; those persons who process seed cotton; those persons who are parties to the purchase of cotton lint from producers or ginners; and those persons who import or export cotton. Registration is necessary to assist Cotton South Africa in ensuring that continuous, timeous and accurate market information relating to cotton is made available to all role-players. Market information is deemed essential for all role-players in a deregulated market, in order for them to be able to make informed decisions. By combining the compulsory registration with the furnishing of monthly returns on an individual basis, market information for the whole of the country can be processed and disseminated to the market place. The established of this statutory measure will not only assist in enhancing market access for all market participants but should also assist in promoting the efficiency of the marketing of cotton. The viability of the cotton industry will thus be enhanced. The measure will not be detrimental to the number of employment opportunities within the economy or fair labour practice. This statutory measure will be administered by Cotton South Africa, a company incorporated under section 21 of the Companies Act, 1973 (Act No.61 of 1973). Cotton South Africa is appointed to implement, administer and enforce the intervention set out in the Schedule. Products to which statutory measure applies 3. This statutory measure shall apply to cotton.

13 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Area in which statutory measure applies 4. This statutory measure shall apply within the geographical area of the Republic of South Africa. Registration of parties concerned 5. (1)The following parties shall register as such with Cotton South Africa in the manner set out in clause 6: a) All persons who produce seed cotton; b) all persons who are parties to the purchase of seed cotton from producers; c) those persons who process seed cotton; d) those persons who are parties to the purchase of cotton lint from producers or ginners; and e) those persons who import or export cotton. (2)An application for registration in terms of subclause (1) shall be made within 30 days from the date of commencement of this statutory measure and, in case of a person becoming a party in terms of subclause (1) after such date of commencement, within 30 days of becoming a party in terms of subclause (1). (3)The parties in terms of subclause (1) shall within 30 days of ceasing to be a party in terms of subclause (1) notifies Cotton South Africa in writing thereof whereupon his or her registration shall be cancelled. Application for registration 6. (1)Application for registration in terms of clause 5 shall be made on an application form, copies of which are obtainable free of charge from Cotton South Africa. (2)The application form shall be completed in ink and signed by a person duly authorised thereto. (3)a) The application form shall be submitted, when forwarded by post to - Cotton South Africa P.O. Box SILVERTON 0127; or b) when delivered by hand delivered to - Cotton South Africa Cotton South Africa Building 90 Cycad Place off Watermeyer Street Val de Grace Extension 10 PRETORIA Commencement and period of validity 7. This statutory measure shall come into operation on 1 April 2014 and shall lapse on 31 March 2018.

14 14 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 No March 2014 MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ACT, 1996 (ACT No. 47 OF 1996) ESTABLISHMENT OF STATUTORY MEASURE AND DETERMINATION OF GUIDELINE PRICES: LEVY RELATING TO COTTON LINT I, Tina Joemat-Pettersson, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, acting under sections 13 and 15 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996), hereby - (a) establish the statutory measure set out in the Schedule hereto; (b) determine that the guideline price for cotton lint shall be 1508c per kilogram. TINA JOEMAT-PETTERSSON MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES

15 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No SCHEDULE Definitions 1. In this Schedule any word or expression to which a meaning has been assigned in the Act shall have that meaning and unless the context otherwise indicates - "cotton" means cotton lint and seed cotton derived from the ball of the cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum); "cotton lint" means the fibre derived from the seed cotton after the seed cotton has been ginned; "Cotton South Africa" means Cotton SA NPC a non-profit company registered in terms of the Companies Act, which operates under the name Cotton South Africa; "ginner" means any person who gins seed cotton; "gin" in relation to seed cotton, means to separate the seed and fibre in seed cotton and ginning has a corresponding meaning; "seed cotton" means the lint and seed derived from the ball of the cotton plant (Gossypium hirsutum), before it has been ginned; "the Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996). Purpose and aims of statutory measure and the relation thereof to objectives of the Act 2. The purpose and aims of this statutory measure are to provide financial support for the following functions that the cotton industry has identified as essential and in the interest of the industry as a whole: (a) Rendering of information services to all role-players; (b) the promotion of cotton production and the demand; (c) the co-ordination of research; (d) the maintenance of quality standards and norms and the provision of training; and (e) the facilitation of the development of the emerging cotton production sector. The maintenance of macro industry information is regarded as critical for strategic planning by the cotton industry. Proper and accurate market information that is available on a continuous and timeous manner, will not only increase market access for all market participants, but will also promote the efficiency of the marketing of cotton. The promotion of the production of cotton can make a significant contribution towards the level of household food security in South Africa, particularly in the more arid regions of the country where other summer crops have regularly failed. It is furthermore important that perceptions be changed in terms of crops more suited to those areas to feature more strongly. Research is essential for the furtherance of the primary cotton industry's competitive position, taking into account the extremely competitive marketing environment in which cotton compete and the steady decline in the cotton fibre market over the past few years. Research is also important for cotton cultivation by commercial and small-scale farmers. Studies in connection with cultivar characteristics such as yield tendencies, adaptability and yield stability, make it possible for the cotton producer to make meaningful cultivar choices for specific conditions. Quality standards, grading and classification as well as independent arbitration services for quality disputes have to be maintained in order to promote the efficiency of cotton marketing per se. This function is deemed a basic precondition for the orderly marketing of cotton. Therefore,

16 16 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 grading staff of co-operatives and processors of cotton also have to be trained on a continuous basis. A portion of the funds collected by means of this levy will also be focused on small-scale farmers and the developing cotton industry. The established of this statutory measure will not only assist in enhancing market access for all market participants but will also enhance the viability of the cotton industry. The establishment of this measure will in fact further all the objectives of the Act as stipulated in Section 2 thereof. This statutory measure shall be administered by Cotton South Africa. Product to which statutory measure applies 3. This statutory measure shall apply to cotton lint. Area in which statutory measure applies 4. This statutory measure shall apply within the geographical area of the Republic of South Africa. Imposition of levy 5. A levy is hereby imposed on all cotton lint, ginned by ginners from seed cotton. Amount of levy 6. The levy shall be as follows (VAT excluded): From 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015: 22c/kg on cotton lint, From 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016: 23.5c/kg on cotton lint, From 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017: 25c/kg on cotton lint, and From 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018: 26.5c/kg on cotton lint, Persons by whom and to whom levy is payable 7. The levy imposed in terms of clause 5 and 6 shall - (a) be payable by ginners; and (b) be payable to Cotton South Africa. Payment of levy 8. (1) Payment shall be made not later than the 20th day that follows the month during which the cotton lint on which the levy is payable, was produced. (2) Payment shall be made by means of an electronic funds transfer, cheque, postal order or money order made out in favour of Cotton South Africa. (3) a) The payment shall be submitted monthly, when forwarded by post to - Cotton South Africa P.O. Box SILVERTON 0127;

17 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No b) when delivered by hand delivered to - Cotton South Africa Cotton South Africa Building 90 Cycad Place off Watermeyer Street Val de Grace Extension 10 PRETORIA Conditions of approval 9. This statutory measure is subject to the following conditions: a) That 70% of levy income be spent on research, information and other core functions, 20% on transformation (development of emerging farmers) and not more than 10% on administration; b) That levies be accounted for, in a manner and to the extent acceptable to the Auditor- General, separately from any other funds or assets under the control of Cotton SA, and audited by the Auditor-General; and c) That after the lapsing of the levy, any surplus funds be utilised subject to the approval of the Minister. Commencement and period of validity 10. This statutory measure shall come into operation on 1 April 2014 and shall lapse on 31 March 2018.

18 18 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS DEPARTEMENT VAN OMGEWINGSAKE No March 2014 NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT: AIR QUALITY ACT, 2004 (ACT NO. 39 OF 2004) DECLARATION OF TEMPORARY ASPHALT PLANTS AS A CONTROLLED EMITTER AND ESTABLISHMENT OF EMISSION STANDARDS I, Bomo Edith Edna Molewa, Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, hereby declare the temporary asphalt plants as a controlled emitter and establish emission standards for the temporary asphalt plants in terms of section 23(1) read with section 24 of the National Environmental Management: Air Quality Act, 2004 (Act Na. 39 of 2004), set out in the Schedule hereto _-. BO MS EDI ' 'NA MOLEWA MINISTER OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

19 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No SCHEDULE Part 1: Definitions Definitions In this Notice a word or expression to which a meaning has been assigned in the Act has that meaning and, unless the context otherwise indicates:- `asphalt plant' means plant that produces asphalt for road, driveway or pathway surfacing by mixing aggregate, bitumen, and other additives to produce hot mixed asphalt and/or warm mix asphalt; `existing asphalt plant' means any plant that was built before the date on which this Notice takes effect; `new asphalt plant' means any plant that is built after the date on which this Notice takes effect; `operator or owner' means a person or egal entity that owns, manages, or controls asphalt plant; and 'temporary asphalt plant' means an asphalt plant that is used for the sole purpose of supplying asphalt for a specific road paving contract not exceeding a period of 24 months. Part 2: General Application 1. This Notice shall apply to all temporary asphalt plants which are operating anywhere in the country. Implementation 2. An air quality officer shall be responsible for co-ordinating matters pertaining to this Notice. Compliance timeframes

20 20 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH New temporary asphalt plant must comply with the new temporary asphalt plants emission standards as contained in Part 3 on the date of publication of this Notice. 4. Existing temporary asphalt plant must comply with existing temporary asphalt plants emission standards as contained in Part 3 within 5 years from the date of publication of this Notice in the Gazette. Emission measurements 5. The concentration or mass of pollutant for which emissions standards have been set in this Notice shall be reported as the average of at least three (3) measurements; measured over a minimum sample period of 60 minutes, under normal operating conditions to obtain a representative sample. The manner in which measurements shall be carried out must be in accordance with the standard sampling and analysis methods listed in Annexure A to this Notice. 7. Methods other than those contained in Annexure A to this Notice may be used with the written consent of the National Air Quality Officer. 8. in seeking the written consent referred to paragraph 7 above, an applicant must provide the National Air Quality Officer with any information that supports the equivalence of the method other than those listed in Annexure A to this Notice. Reporting requirements 9. The operator of a temporary asphalt plant must- (1) submit at least one (1) emission report every six months to the relevant air quality officer in the format set out in Annexure A to this Notice; (2) provide any additional emission reports as requested by an air quality officer; and (3) produce the record of the measurement results for inspection if requested to do so by an air quality officer. 10. For reporting requirements, emissions shall be measured by stack emission measurement and may be supplemented by means of mass balances or engineering calculations.

21 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Part 3: Emission Standards Emission Standards (1) All temporary asphalt plants must comply with the emission limits and requirements as scheduled in the tables below. All limit values are expressed on daily averages, at specified reference conditions. Description The production mixtures of aggregate and tar or bitumen to produce road surfacing in temporary asphalt plants. Application All temporary asphalt plants. ubstance or mixture of substances Common name Chemical I Commonly-used symbol Piant status Limit value (dry Nm3 at 273K and 101.3kPa g Particulate matter Sulphur dioxide N/A SO2 New 50 Existing 120 New 1000 Existing 1000 Total volatile organic compounds from New 150 vapour recovery or thermal destruction units. N/A Existing 150

22 22 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 ANNEXURE A: EMISSION MEASUREMENT METHODS AND ANALYSIS The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application For datedof the Notice. references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. Information on currently valid national and international standards can be obtained from Standards South Africa. (1) ISO Standards (a) ISO 7934:1989 Stationary source emissions - Determination of the mass concentration of sulphur dioxide - Hydrogen peroxide/barium perchlorate/thorin method. (b) ISO 7934:1989/Amd 1:1998 (c) ISO 7935: Stationary source emissions - Determination of the mass concentration of sulphur dioxide - Performance characteristics of automated measuring method. (d) ISO 9096: Stationary source emissions - Manual Determination of mass concentration of particulate matter. (e) ISO 10155: Stationary source emissions - Automated monitoring of mass concentrations of particles - Performance characteristics, test methods and specifications (f) ISO 10396: Stationary source emissions - Sampling for the automated determination of gas emissions concentrations for permanently-installed monitoring systems (g) ISO 10780: Stationary source emissions - Measurement of velocity volume flow rate of gas steams in ducts. (h) ISO 11632: Stationary source emissions - Determination of mass concentration of sulphur dioxide - Iron chromatography method. (i) ISO 12141: Stationary source emissions - Determination of mass concentration of particulate matter (dust) at low concentrations- Manual gravimetric method. (j) ISO 14164: Stationary source emissions - Determination of the volume flow-rate of gas streams in ducts - Automated method.

23 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No (2) EPA methods (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) Method 1- Traverse Points Method la - Small Ducts Method 2 - Velocity - S-type Pitot Method 2A - Volume Meters Method 2B - Exhaust Volume Flow Rate Method 20 - Standard Pitot Method 2D - Rate Meters Method 2F - Flow Rate Measurement with 3-D Probe Method 2G - Flow Rate Measurement with 2-D Probe 0) Method 2H - Flow Rate Measurement with Velocity Decay Near Stack Walls (k) Memo - New Test Procedures of Stack Gas Flow Rate in Place of Method 2 (I) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) Method 3 - Molecular Weight Method 3A - 002, 02 by instrumental methods Method 3B - CO2, 02 by Orsat apparatus Method 30 - CO2, CH4, N2, 02 by determined by thermal conductivity Method 4 - Moisture Content Method 5 - Particulate Matter (PM) Method 5D PM Baghouses (Particulate Matter) Method 51 - Determination of Low Level Particulate Matter Emissions Method 6 - Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) Method 6A - S02, CO2 Method 68 - SO2, CO2 - Long Term Integrated Method 6C - SO2 - Instrumental Method 6C - Figures SO2 Method 8 - Sulfuric Acid Mist

24 24 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 (z) Method 9 - Visual Opacity (aa) Method 17 In-Stack Particulate (PM) (bb) Method 19 - SO2 Removal & PM, SO2, NOx Rates from Electric Utility Steam Generators (cc) Method 22 - Fugitive Opacity (dd) Method 28A Air to Fuel Ratio, Burn Rate - Wood-fired Appliances (ee) Methods 203A, B, and C - Opacity Determination for Time-Averaged Regulations (3) British standards (a) BS 3405:1983 Method for measurement of particulate emission including grit and dust (simplified method). (b) BS EN 14181:2004 Stationary source emissions. Quality assurance of automated measuring systems. (c) BS EN 15259: Air quality. Measurement of stationary source emissions. Measurement strategy, measurement planning, reporting and design of measurement sites. (d) BS EN : Air quality. Certification of automated measuring systems. General principles. (e) BS EN : Air quality. Certification of automated measuring systems. Initial assessment of the AMS manufacturer's quality management system and post certification surveillance for the manufacturing process. (f) BS EN : Air quality. Certification of automated measuring systems. Performance criteria and test procedures for automated measuring systems for monitoring emissions from stationary sources.

25 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No ANNEXURE B: TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING EMISSIONS Emission Measurements Report for a Temporary Asphalt Plants Name of Enterprise: Declaration of accuracy of information provided: provided in this report is in all respects factually true and correct. declare that the information Signed at on this day of SIGNATURE CAPACITY OF SIGNATORY C

26 26 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Enterprise Details Enterprise Name Trading as Postal Address Telephone Number (General); Fax Number (General) Industry Type?Nature of Trade Land Use Zoning as per Town Planning Scheme Land Use Rights if outside Town Planning Scheme 2. Contact details Responsible Person Name Telephone Number Cell Phone Number Fax Number address

27 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Serial number, product name and model of the temporary asphalt plant Serial Number Product Name Product Model Capacity 4. Energy used Energy Sulphur Ash content Actual consumption Units source content of of fuel (%) (if Design consumption rate (volume) (quantity / fuel (%) (if applicable) rate (volume) period) applicable) 5. Point source parameters Unique Point Height of Height Diameter at Actual gas Actual gas Actual stack source release above stack tip / exit volumetric gas exit ID name above nearby vent exit [rn] temperature flow velocity ground building [Ws] Dill

28 28 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Point source emissions Unique Pollutant Daliy Average Values Emission hours Type of stack ID name [e.g. 07H00 - emission 17H001 [continuous I intermittent]

29 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING DEPARTEMENT VAN HOËR ONDERWYS EN OPLEIDING No March 2014 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING DHET 009: Standard for the Publication of Post-School Education and Training Statistics Reports in South Africa I, Bonginkosi Emmanuel Nzimande, MP, Minister of Higher Education and Training, in terms of section 41B(1) and (4) of the Further Education and Training Colleges Act, 2006 (Act No. 16 of 2006) and section 25B of the Adult Education and Training Act, 2000 (Act No. 52 of 2000); read with section 3 of the Higher Education Act, 1997 (Act No. 101 of 1997); section 8(2)(b) of the National Qualifications Framework Act, 2008 (Act No. 67 of 2008); section 5(1)(a)(i) of the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No. 97 of 1998) and the Higher Education and Training Information Policy No of November 2013, hereby publish the standard DHET009: Standard for the Publication of Post- School Education and Training Statistics Reports in South Africa as set out in the Schedule. Dr E Nzimande, MP C)t-kct,e/Lek_., Minister of Higher Education and Training Date: elic)

30 30 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING INFORMATION STANDARD DHET 009 Standard for the Publication of Post-School Education and Training Statistics Reports in SA March 2014 higher education & training Department: Higher Education and Training REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA Information Systems Coordination Department of Higher Education and Training Private Bag X PRETORIA Point of contact: HETIS Officer Telephone: /5212 E-ma

31 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS 4 2. DEFINITIONS OF TERMS 5 3. PREAMBLE 6 4. PURPOSE 6 5. SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY 6 6. APPROVAL OF POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS AND PUBLICATIONS 6 7. COVER PAGE 6 8. TABLES 7 9. FIGURES EXPLANATORY NOTES GLOSSARY LIST OF CONTACT DETAILS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STYLISH ARCHIVING DISSEMINATION RELEASE OF POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS REVISION OF PUBLISHED POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS REFERENCES APPENDIX A 10

32 32 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS AET CEO DHET DG FET HETIS ISBN SETA Adult Education and Training Chief Executive Officer Department of Higher Education and Training Director-General Further Education and Training Higher Education and Training Information System International Standards Book Number Sector Education and Training Authority

33 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No DEFINITIONS OF TERMS 'Adult education and training centre' means a centre, either public or private, providing adult education and training as contemplated in the Adult Education and Training Act, 2000 (Act 52 of 2000) 'DHET entities' refers to those public entities listed in Part A (National Public Entities) of Schedule 3 for the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) that report to the Minister of Higher Education and Training. These are Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs), Quality Councils (QCs), the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) 'Further education and training' means all learning and training programmes leading to qualifications above the general education but below higher education level as contemplated by the National Qualifications Framework, 2008 'HETIS' is the higher education and training information system including all processes, rules, standards, and responsibilities for information collection and management in the post-school sector 'HETIS officer' means an official charged with certain responsibilities regarding post-school education and training information in terms of this standard 'National data and statistics' means data and statistics used in the public domain that are sustainable but have not been designated as official by the Statistician-General as contemplated by the Statistics Act, 1999 (Act 6 of 1999) 'Post-school' refers to all education for people who have left school, as well as for those adults who have never been to school but require education opportunities

34 34 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH PREAMBLE 3.1 The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), in specifying the rules for the publication of post-school education and training statistics, aims to establish standards to ensure that the statistical reports produced provide relevant, timeous and accurate information that will assist in planning, decision-making, monitoring and evaluation at all levels. 4. PURPOSE 4.1 The purpose of this standard is to specify the rules for the publication of statistical reports on the post-school education and training sector in order to ensure the quality of such publications. This standard is supplementing Higher Education and Training Information Policy published in terms of government gazette no of November SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY 5.1 This standard is applicable to statistical reports published by the DHET. 6. APPROVAL OF POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS AND PUBLICATIONS 6.1 All post-school education and training statistical reports produced by the Department of Higher Education and Training should be approved by the Director- General. 7. COVER PAGE 7.1 The cover page of a statistical publication should display the DHET branding colours, namely green and gold and should include the logo of the relevant organisation. 7.2 The title of the report should reflect the year or the period over which the statistics are applicable. 7.3 The Copyright section should include: Name of the department in full - Department of Higher Education and Training; Contact details of the department -123 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria SA. Private Bag x174, Pretoria, Tel: Fax Web: A copyright symbol, year and the name of the department as the copyright holder; The disclaimers; An International Standards Book Number (ISBN); and Authority to use the contents with a statement of acknowledgement as the source of information. 7.4 The foreword statement from the Director-General should be included. This statement provides background information regarding the report. 7.5 If the report has used some abbreviations, acronyms and symbols, the list of abbreviations, acronyms and symbols should be presented before the table of contents. This will ensure that the reader can refer to it immediately.

35 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Table of contents should be included. This should be written so as to help the reader to understand the organisation and scope of the report. 7.7 If a report contains figures, a list of figures must be included in the table of contents. 8. TABLES 8.1 The table should have a number and title placed above the data. The title should describe content information. 8.2 If a table or data in a table was obtained from a reference source, a source line that identifies the reference should be written below the table. 8.3 The units of measurement should be included in the table title. 8.4 If data is not available for a particular cell, a dash (-) should be used. 8.5 If information is not applicable for a particular cell, (n.a) should be used. 9. FIGURES 9.1 Figures should have informative titles that summarise the figure. All figures should be numbered. 9.2 Figure legends can be used to provide further explanation. 10. EXPLANATORY NOTES 10.1 This section contains information that supplements, clarifies and supports the content of the report and includes scope of the surveys used to collect data; statistical methods and techniques; response rate; target audience and anticipated users; status of the statistics as being either preliminary or final; and biases in the data. 11. GLOSSARY 11.1 Glossary entries should be in alphabetical order and aligned with the left margin. 12. LIST OF CONTACT DETAILS 12.1 The list indicates the complete mailing addresses of individuals responsible for education and training systems in the DHET.

36 36 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 13.1 Acknowledgements of technical assistance that contributed to the development of a report should be included. 14. STYLISH 14.1 The stylish sheet is attached as Appendix A 15. ARCHIVING 15.1 The post-school education and training statistics publications should have an International Standard Book Number (ISBN) before publication All post-school education and training publications with ISBNs should be lodged with the relevant legal deposit libraries as prescribed by the Legal Deposit Act 54 of An electronic version of all approved post-school education and training publications, and where applicable, hard copies should be lodged with the Information Resource Centre for the department's archives. 16. DISSEMINATION 16.1 Each publication of post-school education and training should have a dissemination plan, specifying: the number of copies to be printed (if any) the distribution channels to be used for the publication the standard list of recipients who are required to receive copies of the publication; and publications with ISBNs should be published on the internal and external websites of the DHET, public Universities, public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (WET) Colleges, Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA), and Provincial Education Departments. 17. RELEASE OF POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS 17.1 All post-school education and training statistics should be published as soon as the data is audited and finalised. The Higher Education and Training Information System (HETIS) Officer will publish schedule of publication dates and times. 18. REVISION OF PUBLISHED POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS 18.1 Revisions of published education and training statistics should follow a regular, well established and transparent schedule Changes in published education and training statistics should be brought about and publicised at the earliest possible date Adequate documentation of statistical revision, including the reasons for revision, should be included in the publication of the statistics.

37 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No References Republic of South Africa (RSA) (2000). Adult Education and Training Act, 2000 (Act No. 52 of 2000). Government Gazette, No , 13 December Pretoria. Government Printers. Departments of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology Legal Deposit Act, 1997 (Act No. 54 of 1997). Pretoria. Government Printers. Republic of South Africa (RSA) (2006). Further Education and Training Colleges Act (Act No. 16 of 2006). Government Gazette, No , 11 December Pretoria. Government Printers. Republic of South Africa (RSA) (2007). Higher Education Act, (Act No 101 of 1997). Government Gazette, No , 17 February Pretoria. Government Printers. Republic of South Africa (RSA) (2008). National Qualification Framework Act, 2008 (Act No. 67 of 2008). Government Gazette, No , 17 February Pretoria. Government Printers. Republic of South Africa (RSA) (1999). Public Finance Management Act, (Act No 29 of 1999) Part A (National Public Entities) of Schedule 3 for the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) that reports to the Minister of Higher Education and Training. Republic of South Africa (RSA) (1999). Statistics Act, 1999 (Act No 6 of 1999). Government Gazette, No , 21 April Pretoria. Government Printers

38 38 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 APPENDIX A STYLE SHEET FOR THE STATISTICAL PUBLICATION ON POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN SOUTH AFRICA 1. STYLISH 1.1. Font type: Calibri. 1.2 Font size in text: 11 points (Calibri). 1.3 Font size in tables and figures: 8 points (Calibri). 1.4 Spacing between lines: In the text: 1.5 spacing; In the table: single line spacing; and Sources and notes: single line spacing Heading levels First level: Calibri 14, everything in capital letters/uppercase and bold. These would be headings following after 1, 2, 3, etc. and all the other main headings, e.g. FOREWORD, TABLE OF CONTENTS, LIST OF TABLES, LIST OF FIGURES, ACRONYMS; Second level: Calibri 12, everything in capital letters/uppercase and bold. This would be headings following after 1.1, 2.1, 3.1, etc.; and Third level: Calibri 12, sentence case, and bold, except where the heading should have capital letters, e.g. Further Education and Training. This would be headings following after 1.1.1, 2.1.1, 3.1.1, etc. 1.6 Tables Column headings should be Calibri 7.5, bold, capitalize words, excluding in, of, at, and, etc.; Centre align column headings (except for the first column); All items in the first column must be left aligned; All figures must be right aligned; All first column headings must be left aligned; Name of Institutions/Universities must be written in full; Do not insert any commas in figures, since they clutter the layout and make reading difficult, especially if there are lots of figures. Make sure that thousands are divided by spaces, i.e. NOT 1,200,000 but The word "table" in the heading/title of the table should be in sentence case, with initial letter capitalised e.g. Table The word "total" within the table, should be in sentence case, with initial letter capitalised e.g. Total; A dash should be used if the data is not available. The dash should be explained as a note under every table, where applicable; and

39 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No If data is not applicable on a particular cell, n.a. should be used. The acronym n.a. should be explained as a note under every table, where applicable. 1.7 Document Header Header should be right aligned It should be written in italics It should be in Calibri 7.5 points (not bold) It should reflect different sections 1.8 Table headings: Calibri 10, bold, sentence case, except where the heading should have capital letters, e.g. Further Education and Training. Make sure that there are two spaces after the colon in the table number, e.g. Table 1(NO SPACE):(TWO SPACES) Percentage distribution of WET learners, in 2012; The year which data is provided must be shown after a comma and written as in 2012, e.g. Percentage distribution of WET learners, 2012; Where a table provides data over several years the title should be written as , e.g. Number of students enrolled in public HEls, ; FTEs should be in capital letters, e.g. Full-Time Equivalents; Unit measurement should be included in the table title, i.e. NOT Leaners enrolled in public HEls BUT Number of learners enrolled in public HEls; Name of sectors must be abbreviated after they have been used once, e.g. HEls, WET Colleges and AET Centres The financial year should NOT be written as 2010/2011 BUT as 2010/ Figures: All figures should have informative titles that summarise the figure. All figures should be numbered Figure legends must be used to provide further explanations The financial year should NOT be written as 2010/2011 BUT as 2010/ Sources: A source line indicating the source of data should be written below every table and figure; The source for data obtained from databases should be written as (for example): Source: HEMIS database, data extracted in October 2014; and The source for data obtained from existing publications should be written in Harvard referencing format Notes: Written in Calibri 7.5; Single line spacing between notes; No spacing between colon and number (e.g. Note 1:); and

40 40 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Single tab between colon and description (e.g. Note 1: a dash mean not available) Percentages: All percentages should be written up to one decimal place, e.g. 4.7% 1.13 Provinces: Names of provinces should be written in full and not abbreviated 1.14 Text : Use of hyphen: e.g. post-school, full-time, part-time should be consistent; Consistency in using capital letters: Science, Engineering and Technology; The first letter of all subjects and subject areas, such as Accounting, Education, Social Sciences, should be capitalised; Capitalise each word when writing the different sectors e.g. Higher Education and Training, BUT the words public and private should be in lowercase; Use of acronym- provide the full explanation of an acronym and thereafter use the acronym e.g. Technical and Vocational Education and Training (WET); Use of apostrophe e.g. Master's; Write in full the names of universities and use the abbreviation only after the full name has been used once; Full-Time Equivalents should be written as FTEs; and The financial year should be written as 2010/11 and NOT 2010/ Race/ Population group: The following categories should be used: African, Coloured, Indian/Asian and White; When reference is made to population groups, each word should be capitalised, e.g. Indian/Asian NOT Indian/asian 1.16 Abbreviations: List of abbreviations: first letter of every word should be written in capital letter e.g. National Qualifications Framework (NQF) 1.17 Glossary: The glossary should be in alphabetical order and aligned with the left margin; Each term should be bold, Calibri font 11 and in sentence case except where term is an acronym, e.g. Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs)

41 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS DEPARTEMENT VAN BINNELANDSE SAKE No March 2014 ALTERATION OF FORENAMES IN TERMS OF SECTION 24 OF THE BIRTHS AND DEATHS REGISTRATION ACT, 1992 (ACT NO. 51 OF 1992) Notice is hereby given of Government Gazette No which, was published in Government Gazette No.981 dated 13 December 2013, is hereby rectified to read as follows: 1. Joyce Makgopa Extension 6, Mhluzi, MIDDELBURG, Sello Tumishi Notice is hereby given of Government Gazette No which, was published in Government Gazette No.100 dated 14 February 2014, is hereby rectified to read as follows: 1. Tshidiso Theodosius Rakaki Extension 22, JOUBERTON, Tshidiso Tshepiso Theodosius Notice is hereby given of Government Gazette No which, was published in Government Gazette No.133 dated 28 February 2014, is hereby rectified to read as follows 1. Mareme Pinky Maleka P 0 Box 171, TSATSI, Tlhokatsebe Pinky 2. Verinio Joan Van Den Hoek Koraalboom Street, Sharonlea, RANDBURG, Varinia Joan Notice is hereby given of Government Gazette No which, was published in Government Gazette No.156 dated 07 March 2014, is hereby rectified to read as follows 1. Bongani Timothy Ntombela P 0 Box 8361, EMPANGENI RAIL, Bongani 2. Bongikazi Dlakavu Cwele, LIBODE, Bonginkosi Notice is hereby given of Government Gazette No which, was published in Government Gazette No.155 dated 07 March 2014, is hereby rectified to read as follows 1. John Morondzi Mwanza Section 3, Praktiseer, BURGERSFORT, John Tshabadira Notice is hereby given of Government Gazette No which, was published in Government Gazette No.175 dated 14 March 2014, is hereby rectified to read as follows 1. Nontshekelo Martha Gcuku Extension 12, JOUBERTON, Nontsikelelo Martha 2. Rennie Fredrick Golden Crescent, NELSPRUIT, RenO 3. Qondephi Manciele P 0 Box 166, MTUBATUBA, Ayesha Ngitheni 4. Puleng Suzen Tsupa H 113 Phala Street, ROUXVILLE, Makeresemese

42 42 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 No March 2014 ALTERATION OF FORENAMES IN TERMS OF SECTION 24 OF THE BIRTHS AND DEATHS REGISTRATION ACT, 1992 (ACT NO. 51 OF 1992) The Director-General has authorized the following persons to assume the forename/s printed in italics: 1. Sarah Buthelezi th Avenue, ALEXANDRA, Sphesihle Sarah 2. Kwezokuhle Mbili Mbovu Primary School, UMBUMBULU, Kwenzokuhle Bright 3. Hlayiseka Ezra Masindane P 0 Box 15704, OSIZWENI, Gcineka Ezra 4. Adam Sithole Stand No 168, KAMHLUSHWA, Adam Mkhuleko 5. Mumtaaz Khan P 0 Box 25757, PORT SHEPSTONE, Mumtaaz Sophia 6. Khensani Judith Ngobeni Ravelle Street, Extension 2, DIEPSLOOT, Judith 7. Phumzani Tshaka P 0 Box 830, BLESKOP, Phumzani Abel 8. Mosibutjane Onicca Makwala Extension 26, Olievenhoutbosch, ALEXANDRA, Mosibutsane Onicca 9. Lungile James Ngququ Polwin Court, 268 Bosman Street, PRETORIA, Lungile 10. Thembeka Magxala Ivory Park, Extension 9, KEMPTON PARK, Thembeka 11. Granny Mokoto House No 4116, Goza Section, MADIBOGO, Lesego Granny 12. Precious Pethile Gwala Elhibini Location, BULWER, Precious Phethile 13. Happygirl Nonala Khumalo , PIETERMARITZBURG, Nonala 14. Simtandile Maliwa Impala Court Avenue, Lonste Crown Gardens, JOHANNESBURG, Simthandile 15. Breton Edward Bruckner Street, Welsome Estate, ATHLONE, Zubair 16. Leigh-Ann Bekker P 0 Box 167, WIERDA PARK, Leigh-Ann Samantha 17. Amirah Jappie Edenhurst Road, MONDEOR, Antoinette Romaine 18. Mbusisi Sbongakonke Malinga Ncakubane Location, IXOPO, Mbusisi Sbongabonke 19. Baphiwe S'phiwe Nompumelelo Khanyile Magwaveni Area, TONGAAT, Baphiwe Siphesihle Nompumelelo 20. Nolubabalo Nduwimana Nondlwana Road, Lower Cross Road, PHILLIPI EAST, Nolubabalo Naeemah 21. Bheki Anthony Gwala P 0 Box 3229, MANDENI, Bhekuyise Antony 22. Thandi Makhubela Malvin Road, BIRCHLEIGH SOUTH, Nomthandazo Venicor 23. Velile Paul Kitty Khoisan Valley, Rosedale, UPINGTON, Paul 24. Velisa Hanxa P 0 Box 47648, SEA PARK, Velisa Victor Vuyolwethu

43 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Hester Magdalena Viljoen Plot 418, 163 Lombardi Road, Raslouw, CENTURION, Hadassah Magdalena 26. Serpei Windy Lesele Letlhakwaneng Street, LEFARALGATLHA, Seapei Windy 27. Dankan Mofokeng Extension 3, Qalabotja, VILLIERS, Duncan Thabiso 28. Odirile Panase Lebitsa Voyi Street, VRYBURG, Odirile 29. Darryl Sebastian Hussey Amethyst Way, Rock lands, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Dahir 30. Jill Arendse Snooker Close, Beacon Valley, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Aisha 31. Nombulelo Moniwa st Avenue, ALEXANDRA, Maggy Nombulelo 32. Thembakazi Tyiki Tyutyu Central, BISHO, Thembakazi Busisiwe 33. Jo-Lize Van Zyl Suron Road, Newfields, WYNBERG, Jenna 34. Mosotho Mogashoa Louis Botha Avenue, ALEXANDRA, Mosotho Agrineth 35. Petros Masoka Culember, 25 Ednam Road, RONDEBOSCH, Bonga Petros 36. Sephomolo Tryphina Maffa Majezi Gardens, SPRUITVIEW, Tebogo Phina Sephomolo 37. Sikhumbuzo Goodwill Zuma Room 40 Zone B, Phokgotso, SOWETO, Sikhumbuzo Andile 38. Elizabeth Malenlononolo Masonyetsane W Section, BOTSHABELO, Elizabeth Malehlohonolo 39. Tlou Lilly Moremi Ph One 192, MAMELODI EAST, Tlou Likkie 40. Lavisha Anil Sookoo Maharaj Giencroft Place, Longcroft, PHOENIX, Lavisha 41. Bongiwe Celiwe Dumisa P 0 Box 1877, EMPANGENI, Bongiwe Dumisile 42. Regaogetswe Charmine Tala Mqantsa Section, TEMBISA, Regaogetswe Charmaine 43. Malehlwa Kakana Nu 2, MDANTSANE, Monica Malehlwa 44. Mpilonhle Chritian Nxumalo P 0 Box 7751, EMPANGENI, Mpilonhle Christian 45. Constance Paulina Naledi Legodi Masombuka Street, DELMAS, Constance Naledi 46. Mmolawane Eugenia Morwane Moloseng Village, MAFIKENG, Mmolawane Eugenia Lesedi 47. Buzani Glaydis Nqoko Q 769, UMLAZI, Phindile 48. Thandeka Doris Nkosi P 0 Box 459, HILLCREST, Thandeka 49. Nonhlanhla Mazibuko P 0 Box 808, UMLAZI, Lillian Nonhlanhla Kim 50. Mlamli Mpotulo S 10 Soenie Place, Madeira Park, QUEENSTOWN, Arthur Mlamli 51. Lutando Mbuku Bongweni A/A, MTHATHA, Lerato Lutando 52. Zamuxolo Chili L 989 Sibisi Road, KWAMASHU, Zamani Christain Zamuxolo 53. Nozihlalele Mbizo Qunu A/A, Matheko Location, MTHATHA, Zintle

44 44 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Anne-Stacia Vraagom Eric Way, OTTERY, Anastacia 55. Joy Veronica Le Bathe Cheviot Crescent, Beacon Hill, ATLANTIS, Veronica Joy 56. Hoosen Mansoor P 0 Box 20, Minaret Road, UMZINTO, Hoosen Ebrahim 57. Breda Angela Stoffels Louws Corner, Sunnydale, NOORDHOEK, Brenda Angela 58. Immegard Magdalena Krieger Huisbliss Kollegewelt, WELLINGTON, Immegard Magdalene 59. Johnny Amanuel Boesak Sass Street, UITENHAGE, Johnny Emmanuel 60. Nompazamo Nontongo Tombo NA, PORT ST JOHNS, Nompazamo Linah 61. Nevashni Pather Rose Heights Road, Arena Park, CHATSWORTH, Neriah 62. Nangamso Mboniswa Mkwinti A/A, TSOMO, Nangamso Nonyaniso 63. Alvontay Abrahams Karbon Kelbery Street, Tafelsig, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Ameerah 64. Dikeledi Aria Lebuso Frank Kitsa Street, Phase 2, BLOEMFONTEIN, Nthabiseng Dikeledi 65. Zanele Ntobizodwa Yende Block AA, SOSHANGUVE, Zanele Ntombizodwa 66. Unnosese Hlungwani No 706 Julesburg Farm, RITAVI, Innocent 67. Auday Rikhotso P 0 Box 575, TZANEEN, Auday Tsakelani 68. Ketletso Rose Mpuru Bashee Street, MUNSIEVILLE, Ketletso Rebabedi 69. Buselaphi Makhonza Phatheni Area, RICHMOND, Noluthando Pretty 70. Hermina Mokgadi House no, Doomlaagte, ZEERUST, Refilwe Daphney 71. Dineo Darlene Maditsi Die Hoening, JANE FURSE, Mamobe Dineo Darlene 72. Bafana Lucky Mahlangu Stand no 20039, lakmeni, KWAMHLANGA, Thara Lucky Bafana 73. Mponegele Francianah Mapeka rd Avenue, MELLVILLE, Mponegele Lerato Francoir 74. Ntombiyfwhlanhla Zwane M Section 7, MADADENI, Ntombiyenhlanhla 75. Bontle Pooe House no 2, Elma Section, MOOINOOI, Bontle Emmaculate 76. Sisanda Gwavu Masoka Street, Zwide, PORT ELIZABETH, Zikhona Sisanda 77. Visimzi Patric Valashiya Pesa Street, THABONG, Vusumzi Patric 78. Revival Sabani Shezi P 0 Box 11132, Area 24, UMKOMAAS, Revival Sabo 79. Rachel Raseroka RDP, KANANA, Rachel Tebogo 80. George Modisaotsile Mothofela Tsikang Pheasant Street, Hlanganani, NIGEL, George Modisaotsile 81. Reneilwe Kgadi Bafedi Wolwekraal NA, SIYABUSWA, Dihlabanyane Annitjie 82. Ziphathe Mpiyesende Khoza Elmo Skraal, ELANDSKRAAL, Ziphathe Isaac 83. Sharlene Maema Beeton Street, LADYBRAND, Sharlene Josephine Mamotena

45 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Dontso Majoko P 0 Box 1223, KUTAMA, Pontso 85. Lwando Harold Tsilana Heath Street, LENTEGEUR, Lwando 86. Nkikitana Thembisile Ngele Hertzog Street, WITBANK, Masechaba Thembisile 87. Nobuhle Matty Nzama Lihlokohloko Street, Tekwane South, NELSPRUIT, Nobuhle 88. Thandiwe Zama Sikhosana P 0 Box 3848, NKANDLA, Zamagatsha Thandiwe 89. Nomthunzi Nasiphi Coffee Street, KRAAIFONTEIN, Bongeka 90. Bhekabantu Stanley Makanya South Road, Regents Park Estate, JOHANNESBURG, Bheki Bhekabantu Stanley 91. Ellen Monoko Nyareli Zone 13, VIRGINIA, Ellen Monono 92. Daniel Ngwenya P 0 Box 1099, MPULUZI, S'fiso Daniel 93. Gardina Chipuco Mokatsanyane Aubrey Nunn, Phillip Nel Park, PRETORIA, Gardina Chipuco Madureira 94. Lazarus Teboho Ramathe Minnaar Street, PRETORIA, Teboho 95. Kate Emma Liebenberg Dikkop Crescent, TABLEVIEW, Kate Emma Llewellyn 96. Jocelyn Berenice Stuurman Garda Place, HANOVER PARK, Aneesa 97. Vasudevan Jeevaruthnam Perumal Holzner Road, MARIANHILL PARK, Donavan Jeevaruthnam 98. Denzil Barend Sutch Blou Lellie Street, BELHAR, Abdud Dayyaan 99. Reshma Kanoo Ramjas Camdeboo Crescent, Annberfield, CENTURION, Reshma 100. Ricardo Ens ley Murphy Ledge Street, Eastridge, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Rafiq 101. Jo-Anne Ronel Khan Piet Retief Street, ROBERTSON, Nabeelah 102. Liezel Geraldine Zondie Lucas Street, PORT ELIZABETH, Ley li 103. Manama Chere Unit 2, MMABATHO, Manama Anastacia 104. Ramatsobane Albertina Waterboer Edendale Road, EDENGLEN, Rakgadi Albertina 105. Siyaphi Elizabeth Mahoko Carlien Park, 327 Poligoon Street, PRETORIA, Siyaphi 106. Zamashandu Mbatha B 795, UMLAZI, Zamashandu Nompumelelo 107. Thamsanga Sylverus Dladla Sengwe Road, Mailula Park, VOSLOORUS, Thamsanqa Sylverus 108. Bonnie David Selane P 0 Box 1812, LETABA, Che 109. Lesiba Alfred Matabane P 0 Box 62, Skilpadfontein, MODIMOLLE, Malose Alfred 110. Muziwakhe Isaac Mbhele P 0 Box 5853, BERGVILLE, Mzwakhe Isaac 111. Nokubonga Ngaki Nu 6, MDANTSANE, Nokubonga Vicky

46 46 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Jefferson Keagan Jafthas Salmon Street, WOODSTOCK, Jubair 113. Kaizer Tu Schonkenville, PARYS, Mlungisi Kaizer 114. Winile Faith Dlamini Sunrise View, Extension 2, KATLEHONG, Winile Portia 115. Diketsu Mpho Masemola Cacao Street, Lotus Gardens, PRETORIA, Diketso Dimpho 116. Lucinda Lee-Ann Appies Bestenbier Avenue, Elsies River, BELLVILLE, Yusrah 117. Prosperity Shepheco Thusi Ohlange Township, INANDA, Prosperity Sphephelo 118. Kgothatso Bridget Maphutha Phaahla Clinic, MARISHANE, Kgothatso Brenden 119. Amzolele Mkhalali F 2161 Nu 9, MDANTSANE, Amzolele Precious 120. Musawenkosi Ndebele P 0 Box 710, MELMOTH, Justice Msawenkosi 121. Susan Dibuseng Motaung Fateng Tsentsho, PAUL ROUX, Suzan Dibuseng 122. Frederik Jacobus Christoffel Swiegelaar Sarel Cilliers Street, Oakdale, BELLVILLE, Ricus Frederik 123. Dikeledi Constance Sejane Beirut, PHUTHADITJHABA, Lonia Ntsekiseng 124. Mmasabata Jeanett Dehuis C59 Imtjie Street, Magwagwe, KURUMAN, Remofilwe Jeanett 125. Phumlani Nhlanzeka Zondi Mpolweni Mission, NEW HANOVER, Phumlani Nhlanzeko 126. Thembokwakhe Jeffrey Bangeni Chiliza N 930, UMLAZI, Thembokwakhe Jeffrey 127. Sibangani Majola Mngwenya Area, WEENEN, Nkululeko Philasande Sibanani 128. Octavia Muiane Shabangu Main Street, BELLGRAVIA, Octavio Muiane 129. Sepetlele Shai Extension 16, Kwaguqa, EMALAHLENI, Kenneth Innocent 130. Bethuel Khoza Modimolle Stand, WINTERVELDT, Sibusiso Bethuel 131. Matsidiso Mgadi P 0 Box 26, MT AYLIFF, Matsidiso Princess 132. Asavela Mfengu Mankosi NA, NGQELENI, Avela 133. Rudolph Shikwane Mohlala Stand no 827, GAMABINZANE, Kgwediahlaba Rudolph 134. Mpho Lucas Mogapi Black Rock, MMAKAU, Marcus Luke 135. Mahlubandile Ntuli Tyeni A/A, TSOLO, Madod'ebhunga 136. Sanda Ndema Calder Close, Humewood Extension, PORT ELIZABETH, Satshosanda 137. Gerhard Booysen Mokwe Street, Newtown, POSTMASBURG, Gerrit Sharlton 138. Nokuphiwa Jamani Hluleka NA, NGQELENI, Nokuphiwa Nemekazi 139. Sinesihle Lindokuhle Ngubane Kwampandis Location, PIETERMARITZBURG, Sphamandla Lindokuhle 140. Shumani Colibert Managa P 0 Box 50, DZANANI, Shumani Colbert 141. Kayakazi Thunzana Nomcamba, LIBODE, Kayakazi Gladys

47 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Noxolo Koko Knockpaal Street, Kwanobuhle, UITENHAGE, Nobathembu Noxolo 143. Lungile DJ Hadebe Mthanti, LADYSMITH, Lungile 144. Emeraan Rania Hofmeyer House, Thames Street, BERTRAMS, Leo Emeraan 145. Hendrik Fie lies Viooltjie Street, HOPETOWN, Lerrow Henrico Hendrik 146. Piet Shedrick Pieterse Arendweg Broadlands, STRAND, Peace Shedrick 147. Ricky Igshaan Jaftha Harvey Road, Morningside, DURBAN, Ricky lgshaan Derik 148. Andre Prins Buffalo Street, Eastridge, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Khaleel 149. Rubenathan Chockalingam Archary Road Two, Montford, CHATSWORTH, Eugene 150. Sivakumaran Naidoo Strensham Road, Westham, PHOENIX, Wenzel 151. Saadiqah Amardien St Helliers Steps, MUIZENBERG, Dee 152. Rajeshree Deolall P 0 Box 3932, EDENVALE, Jayshree 153. Karin Muller Barnato, HANDISON PARK, Karin Ingrid 154. Milten Adams Maynier Street, GRAAFF-REINET, Milten Denver 155. Ruth Hammond MouNtain Rise Road, Silverglen, CHATSWORTH, Racacia Ruth 156. Roritha Kennedy Church Street, 206 Carasunata Flats, PRETORIA WEST, Layla 157. Petrus Jacobs Greff Street, WARRENTON, Petrus Lawrence 158. Lynette Ann Gould Hoeveld Avenue, WILGERSPRUIT, Lyn Ann 159. Sarah Dorothy Van Zyl Fourth Street, MARAISBURG, Sairah 160. Gail Kruger Lancaster Street, The Hague, DELFT, Gadija 161. Anna Jacoba Engelbrecht Pikkering Street, KIMBERLEY, Amanda 162. Daniel Jacobs Stand no 476, Nasaret, MIDDELBURG, Tony Daniel 163. Andrew Pietersen Protea Avenue, Suurbrak, SWELLENDAM, Rodney Andrew 164. Henry David Solomons Versveld Street, RIVERSDALE, Henry David Goukou II 165. Raymond Henry Nagel Francisca Road, Tames Avenue, MANENBERG, Riedewaan 166. Martha Maroos Stand no 182, Moravia Street, MIDDELBURG, Sylvia Martha 167. Vallerian Allie Leoge Street, Eastridge, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Faeeza 168. Motswaledi Lucky Matlala Glen Cowie, MONSTERLUS, Motswaledi Lucky Kamogelo 169. James William Adams Voisen Road, Gelvandale, PORT ELIZABETH, Antonio 170. Zamokuhle Khulekani Qwabe P 0 Box 92, EMONDLO, Khulekani Lucky Zamokuhle 171. Nkosikhona Henry Ngubeni Private Bag X7010, LOSKOP, Nkosikhona Maxwell

48 48 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Thapedi Matjila Terateng Section, SEABE, Thapedi Jackie 173. Siyanda Mdlankomo Zikhunzana A/A, LIBODE, Athabile Siyanda 174. Sixolile Nciki P 0 Box 388, HARDING, Sixolile Nkosingiphile 175. Bongiwe Pikoko Extension 05, THOKOZA, Nosandile Bongiwe 176. Danson Moroke St Avenue 42, VRYBURG, Denzil 177. Mamiki Makaula Urbandale Avenue, Briadale New, LUSIKISIKI, Unati 178. Nelson Zongwe Zakwe long Croft Drive, PHOENIX, Abdullah 179. Sinikelo Mphindwa Nkonkweni NA, QUMBU, Sinikelo Baxolele 180. Mthulisi Gayiya Matolweni Street, Ngangelizwe, MTHATHA, Buchule Mthulisi 181. Mbalenhle Apiwe Butshingi Downey Street, Wright Park, SPRINGS, Aphiwe 182. Ngubeko Nomzamo Mchunu Eskom, Jakalas, OSIZWENI, Nqubeko Mzamo 183. Sindiswa Sapulana Zulu NA, NTABANKULU, Sindiswa Nhontle 184. Nomfundo Dube No B 1259, Illovo Township, AMANZIMTOTI, Mfundo 185. Komane Boyo Dolamo Unit 237, President Street, GERMISTON, Komane Boyd 186. Tumeka Mgwebi Sipolweni Area, MT AYLIFF, Thumeka 187. Lace Steven Shilaluke Cockatoo Close, Rabie Ridge, EDENVALE, Lasborn Stiven 188. Najoka Kettledas Pesigna Street, Tamboville, UITENHAGE, Nayoka 189. Azile Tabalaza Mevana NA, LUSIKISIKI, Athi Azile 190. Annah Melinah Lebese Block TT, SOSHANGUVE, Nkateko 191. Martha Ntswane Protea Park, 10th Avenue, WONDERBOOM SOUTH, Martha Tebogo Molwapele 192. Thembisani Majemsi Hlekwa P 0 Box 440, FLAGSTAFF, Thembisani 193. Anna Susanna Mans Armelize Flat no 4, 31 Market Street, BRONKHORSTSPRUIT, Annelie 194. Adilah Martin Flute Street, Steenberg, CAPE TOWN, Erica Melanie 195. Judith Jacoba Beukes Parksig Flats, General Hertzog Street, VANDERBIJLPARK, Judith Jacoba Claassen 196. Mark Pillay Airfern Angle, Brackenham, RICHARDS BAY, Mark Anthony 197. Hassina Banu Govender Rameshuar Drive, Shallcross, DURBAN, Yasmin 198. Lee-Ann Jacobs Herbrandt Street, HAZENDAL, Laa'iqah 199. Mieta Ruiters Kerk Street, Enon, KIRKWOOD, Mieta Rumelda 200. Esmirelda Margaret Pokpas Haarlem Avenue, BELHAR, Zainoenisa 201. Junaid Shaik Carlisle Street, DURBAN, Ahbedh

49 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Rudi Kritzinger P 0 Box 40, KURUMAN, Rudolph 203. Rene Sandra Davids Groenall Walk, HANOVER, Rabia 204. Aneesa Railoun Cloete Graison Close, STRAND, Aneesa 205. Nicola Porsche Azizi Angles Street, Athlone, HAZENDAL, Nabeelah 206. Lovandree Sabapathy Civic Towers, 41 Siemens Street, BRAAMFONTEIN, Cindy 207. Ndivhuwo Goodwill Ramagweja Protea Glen, Extension 11, SOWETO, Ndivhuwo Phenyo Goodwill 208. Megan Gideons Middle Avenue, SCHAAPKRAAL, Megan Safiyyah 209. Graham Williams c/o Kraal & Schaap Kraal, WYNBERG, Moegammed 210. Alden Shane Esau Kamiesberu Street, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Abdul Mu-eed 211. Daniel Jacobus Frederick Johannes Reed Unit 20, Swanwick Mews, MEYERTON, Danny Johannes 212. Ryan Frans Kraanvoel Street, Spesbona, Amstelhof, PAARL, Riyaad 213. Christina Anna Marais Ludwig Street, FLEURDAL, Esther 214. Glenda Gangaparsad Postom Road, Malukazi, ISIPINGO RAIL, Glenda Kajal 215. Swazi Johannes Mohapi Taniti Cnr Kiaat and Swartgovd, Winchester Hills, RIDGEWAY, Selai Desmond 216. Maleselo Agnes Mphuthi Malebongwe Street, BOITUMELO, Malebelo Agnes 217. Emily Morolo Kimbali, Kentucky Street, FEARIE GLEN, Shereen Emily 218. Johannes Ryder Mahlangu Block G, SOSHANGUVE, Musa Ryder 219. Delisha Ruhiede Ahmed Van Niekerk, Midros, MIDDELBURG, Shazia 220. Gabriel Johan Roux Karee Avenue, BONNIEDALE, Gabriel Johannes 221. Bhekamacibane Cibane Ndwedwe Area, NDWEDWE, Bhekama 222. Chantell Van Heerden Dartmodi Street, ELDORADO PARK, Rooqshana 223. Reginald Olebogeng Modise Kesebaketse Street, MANKURWANE, Obedience Kutlo 224. Karin Appelbaum Blue Gum Street, Pleasant Hill CA, USA, Karin Hartzenberg 225. Songani Tumners Maluleke Tiptol Turn, NELSPRUIT, Fumani 226. Chrisendell Coller Canal Road, RETREAT, Chrisendell Xristina Dimitrios Dimitriou Elias 227. Arumugam Pillay Bekvedere Drive, Belvedere, TONGAAT, Sagren 228. Ashwin Andre Solomons Catkin Close, HEIDEVELD, Yuzuri 229. Lillian Lekalakala Stand no 43, MMAMETLHAKE, Lillian Njakanjaka Kate 230. Shane Vorster Sir George Grey Avenue, Horison View, ROODEPOORT, Chardonnay

50 50 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Langa Madikizela Amangutyana NA, BIZANA, Zimkhitha 232. Katlego Benedette Caroline Joel Bree Street, KURUMAN, Katlego 233. Blessing Ntokozo Mavundla Engoje, ENTUMENI, Sibusiso Ntokozo 234. Joseph Kokonyane Malejwe Rapoo Street, TLHABANE, Joseph 235. Duwayne Solomon Noluthando Area, ADDO, Simphiwe Duwayne 236. Dick Kaya Kona Spider Head, KUILSRIVER, Kaya 237. Mooi Sphakamiso Gumbi Kwamduku Area, HLUHLUWE, Sphakamiso Precious 238. Angel Mmasatertaga Moatshe House no 71, Moshabele Street, Extension 2, TLHABANE WEST, Angel 239. Willem Hendrik Hurter Ellen Berger Street, Wilgehof, BLOEMFONTEIN, Willem Jan Hendrik 240. Archibald Khuupe Sekonya Machibela, ZEBEDIELA, Archibald Lexy Matwale 241. Zakiah Markraaft B Vlamboom Avenue, BONTEHEUWEL, Claudia Jo 242. Vincent Siphamandla Sbhukwana Leonard Street, Kenilworth, JOHANNESBURG, Lungelo Vincent 243. Pearl Mmalehu Sedibe Husk Street, NELSPRUIT, Pearl Malerato 244. Zoleka Gladness Mosepele Moetgaan Section, MADIBOGO, Kereng Maria 245. Tarryn Luka Olivier Goodman Terrace, LINKSFIELD, Mary -Jane Luka 246. Petros Yika Nene P 0 Box 2862, BERGVILLE, Petros Vika 247. Tjianyane Tryphina Mathoko Rietfontein Road, PRIMROSE, Pebetse Marcia 248. Lufuno Dorah Masindi Stand no 429, Vleifontein Location, MUNZHEDZI, Lufuno Lovemore 249. Philda Nozukile Peter P 0 Box 149, TSOMO, Philda Nozukile Nombuyiselo 250. Shanba Moonsamy JV Mansion Main Road, TONGAAT, Shanba Cheryl 251. Thembi Magagula E 1 Parkland Mews Van Der Merwe Street, ALBERTON, Thembisile Ayanda 252. Khululiwe Precious Madondo A 1463 Engonya Mews, ENGONYAMENI, Nosipho Precious 253. Sibongile Giyose Zimbane Valley, MTHATHA, Siphokazi 254. Nancy Mosie Mahlabe Makopye More Street, JERICHO, Nancy Dollar 255. Mmantwa Salaminah Tsoku / 31 James Sofasonke, Extension 8, KAGISO, Salaminah Lydiah 256. Nokanti Msokolo A 52 Section A, Wonderkop, MARIKANA, Nokanti Noayinile 257. Joseph Molefi Potsane Phomolong, KROONSTAD, Joseph Tseko 258. Memoria Novumile Nomchane Shammons Green, SUMMER GREEN, Nozuko

51 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Avhapfani Albert Mathasa House NO 80, Block 2, DOORNKOP, Avhapfani David 260. Fredrick Joubert Petersen Naturama Farm, Naaupoort, Boskop, POTCHEFSTROOM, Frederick Joubert 261. Sharon Moonsamy P 0 Box 253, WINTERTON, Sharyn 262. Jean-Franco Germaine Alard Springfield Crescent, BELHAR, Junaid 263. Hedrich Mahumani Giyani A/A, GIYANI, Hendrick 264. Pierre Zagarias Enslin Jeppe Street, MIDDELBURG, Pierre Zacharias 265. Mncedisi Ephraim Mhlongo Mbangeni Location, UMZINTO, Mncedisi Ephraim Thokozani 266. Sagamang Lofedi House no 1255, MAGOJANENG, Nametsego Jaqueline 267. Christopher Mjabhiseni Nsele Mnatu Area, HIBBERDENE, Christopher Mjabuliseni 268. Diale Listen Komane Extension 1, Hlakanikahle Extension 1, Kwa-Guqa, EMALAHLENI, Mokau Marcus 269. Zanele Makhalemele Muller Street, Yeoville, BELLEVUE, Fatimah Zanele 270. Kwanele Mpangase Notthingham Road, PIETERMARITZBURG, Kwanele Nomonde 271. Nlthaniha Ntshangase Imbeka Secondary School, Private Bag X022, INANDA, Nhlanhla 272. Delani Sigwili Mhlongo Est Street, PINETOWN, Delani 273. Ditoti Ndzukula Extension 37, Barcelona, DAVEYTON, Debra Silisiwe 274. Violet Jobi Sifanele, GEORGE, Babalwa Violet 275. Nhlahla Moloi P 0 Box 267, NQUTU, Nhlahla Sfiso 276. Thanduxolo Peme Xilinxa Area, NQAMAKWE, Cingisile Thanduxolo 277. Mmapitso David Nxumalo Robega Section, CHANENG, Pitso David 278. Merriam Dikeledi Thamaga Agisanang, SANNIESHOF, Johanna Dikeledi 279. Rorisang Connection Mpete Lesedi Street, HARTEBEESFONTEIN, Rorisang Correction 280. Anda Mabai Athaworth, Nkosi Johnsin, DIEPSLOOT, Anda Ayanda Alucia 281. M Gloria Siligana Ibazelo Section, TEMBISA, Gloria Mashudu 282. Seraga Josiah Ditshego Bahurutshe, MABOPANE, Josiah Sello 283. Wilfred Tladi Mmutlana Frangipani Street, Chantelle, AKASIA, Tladi Dingane 284. Thomas Mlangeni Umgeni Road, WILRO PARK, Thomas Jabulani 285. Abanang Jordan Kgwedi Vezi Street, DAVEYTON, Abanang Robert 286. Washington Kotsholo P 0 Box 120, FLAGSTAFF, Washington Seyamiso 287. Keresemese Krisjan Radebe Tazi Rank Section, MAJAKANENG, Mfiki

52 52 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Mamochabo Ramoshaba / 38 Mahube Valley, Extension 2, MAMELODI EAST, Mamochabo Ramabele 289. Wilson Nzayifaku Ndlovu Mpangele Road, KWANDENGEZI, Wilson Mzikayise 290. Seipati David Msibi Extension 4, SEBOKENG, Sipho David 291. Gloria Nojekwa Gwangqa Street, Browns Farm, PHILLIPI, Vuyelwa Gloria 292. Alpheus Phokela Moloto Hlaphe Avenue, Extension 10, MAMELODI EAST, Frans Phokela 293. Sicelo Gubanoxa Extension 2, ORANGE FARM, Richard Sicelo 294. Nomsa Esther Cubungu T 583 Site B, KHAYELITSHA, Nosandile Esther Nomsa 295. Nelisile Matshakubana Nyathi NA, LUSIKISIKI, Minentle Nelson 296. Alce Motholenkwe Modiakgotla Street, KIMBERLEY, Tebogo Alec 297. Denishni Ismail Waterfall Park, 145 Wattle Grove, SHERWOOD, Baraka 298. Gileam Michiel Smith Fincham Street, VRYBURG, Michael 299. Rooksana Joosub Mahomed Ismail Bengal Street, LAUDIUM, Rooksana 300. Betty Hector New Extention, JAMESVILLE, Charmaine 301. Densil Pieter De Neal Lamberts Kloof Street, CLOETESVILLE, Mukhtaar 302. Shaheeda Gatoon Badroodien De Wet Road, OTTERY, Zaheeda Gatoon 303. Hasia Alves C Lootman Heights, NEWLANDS EAST, Hameeda 304. Marjorie Monica Lewis th Avenue, GRASSY PARK, Mariam 305. Ismail Douglas Dickinson Wildolive Street, Extension 3, Winchester Hills, JOHANNESBURG, David Douglas 306. Asheena Raghununan Strelitzia Avenue, Country View, MIDRAND, Jayshree 307. Barbara Clementyn Spencer Geneva Mensions, 27 King Street, Southernwood, EAST LONDON, Barbara Clementine 308. Eva Solomons Onderbos Way, Rosendal, DURBANVILLE, Evelyn 309. Dawn Faith Abrahams Lorraine Close, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Kauthar 310. Razaan Fourie Lily Street, BELLVILLE SOUTH, Hayley 311. Sophia Catherine Magdalene Abrahams Beethoven Street, STEENBERG, Safia 312. Susan Henrietta De Louw Cannon Island Way, Marina Da Gama, WYNBERG, Susan 313. Anetta Kenny Bosbok Street, Alra Park, NIGEL, Annette 314. Ursula Mary Brotton Surrey Avenue, 2 Corfu Island, Ferndale, RANDBURG, Angela Mary Taylor 315. Clement Groenewaldt Didloft, Malukazi, BLOEMENDAL, Mohammad Ali

53 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Peter Christopher Buchner Allenby Road, SELBORNE, Dec lan Sky ler 317. Joan Petro Marguereth Akram Church Street, PRIESKA, Nadia 318. Le Roi Mienie Langeberg, SECUNDA, Le Roi Stone 319. Antoinette Hendricks Kraanvoel Street, Rock lands, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Ayesha 320. Anora Cheryldene Claasen Flat nr 2, Ridder Street, East End, RUSTENBURG, Cheryl Jaedyne 321. Aanisah Wardah Joseph A End Street, WELLINGTON, Cathrine Millicent 322. Shaista Tayob A 45 San Marino Giovanetti Street, Nieuw Mucleneuk, PRETORIA, Diyana Shaista 323. Kashiefa Bartnick Palladium Street, Westgate, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Kay 324. Emelda Margaret Railoun Hawaii Street, Portlands, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Maruzqah 325. Samantha Paulse Renosterbos Street, Lentegeur, MITCHELLS PLAIN, Shihaam 326. Jumaima Sibongile Bila A Zone 6, PIMVILLE, Jumaima Bongiwe 327. Ntombizodwa Beauty Msimang Silvester Ntuli Road, DURBAN, Ntombizodwa Buhle

54 54 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 No March 2014 ALTERATION OF SURNAMES IN TERMS OF SECTION 26 OF THE BIRTHS AND DEATHS REGISTRATION ACT, 1992 (ACT NO. 51 OF 1992) The Director-General has authorized the following persons to assume the surnames printed in italics: 1. Mxolisi Mini No 13-1st Avanue, New Cross Road, NYANGA, Stwebile 2. Jeremiah Mabatha Extension 7, Makatsana, LANGAVILLE, Machabaphala 3. Mmekwana Lawrence Mabitsela Manaka Street, ATTERIDGEVILLE, Mohlabine 4. Sanelisiwe Bonifacia Mbhele Longwood, 73 Prospect Road, Umbilo, DURBAN, Mo loi 5. Songezo Patrick Njamela Mcelu Street, Extension 9, GRAHAMSTOWN, Sakata 6. Buti Sipho Madonsela Stand No 8388, Extension 5, Umhluzi, MIDDELBURG, Mtshweni 7. Mzukisi Zindela P 0 Box 332, MARGATE, Pato 8. Nonhlanhla Sebenzile Nkosi Private Bag X10030, LADYSMITH, Mtshali 9. Philani Dlamini Mpophomeni, HOWICK, Buthelezi 10. Thomas Sinyonzane Mathebula Kwamhlanga, KWAMHLANGA, Mabelane 11. Rose Tinyiko Jocqueline Mashaba Stand 914 B, LULEKANI, Mnisi 12. Oscar Alson Miya P 0 Box 2327, BERGVILLE, Mazibuko 13. Natasha Yoliswa Khombane Grand Rapids, Pelstead Street, NORTHRIDING, Mothwa 14. Sinesipho Umpile Kwatsha Canary Crescent, KING WILLIAMS TOWN, Pakade 15. Freedom Gladstone Vilakazi Thusi Ville, Extension 3, Wesselton, ERMEMO, Maphosa 16. Samuel Kgomotso Letshedi Lekubung Section, PELLA, Mogatusi 17. Thando Lawrrence Matu Makoloane Street, Extension 3, Mailula Park, VOSLOORUS, Goya 18. Vusi Joseph Mogola Nkwaketsi Street, DAVEYTON, Ngwenya 19. Moipone Julia Ntsuba Dikgang 5, IKAGENG, Mlaba 20. Ntombifikile Sfili Mgidlana Street, Asanda Village, BELLVILLE, Mahlokozi 21. Mmapula Linda Mothele Extension 4, Winnie Mandela, KEMPTON PARK, Nakana 22. Lufuno Geraldine Mokolobondo P 0 Box 426, KUTAMA, Matidza 23. Zama Fortunate Luthuli Elston Place, WESTVILLE, Ngcobo 24. Venus Mamatsiari P 0 Box 190, ELIM, Maringa 25. Mabhudi December Ngwenya Kroosshoop Farm, BREYTEN, Sigudla 26. Happy Ntshangase P 0 Box 169, ESIGUNGWINI, Ndlozi 27. Antony Penwell Singwane Stand No 4624, KANYAMAZANE, Theledi

55 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Dikeledi Emily Jonas Phahameng, VILJOENSKROON, Koadi 29. Xolelwa Nkomo Nekkies, KNYSNA, Lufundo 30. Clement We le Vidima Gezubuso, PIETERMARITZBURG, Mbatha 31. Simphiwe Yola Ncora Area, COFIMVABA, Madubula 32. Thomas Khoza E1208 Extension 1, DIEPSLOOT, Mashava 33. Nkosinathi Immanuel Shabalala P 0 Box 856, PIET RETIEF, Vilakazi 34. Mandla Nicholas Nkwanyane Section 5, MAMELODI WEST, Letswalo 35. Thulani Jeffrey Miya Duma Place, LAMONTVILLEQ, Dhladhla 36. Nomsa Happy Ngcobo Hlatshwayo Street, ORLANDO EAST, Yende 37. Simon Sefolo th Avenue, ALEXANDRA, Lesibu 38. Bethuel Mfana Maguni Maloma Street, MHLUZI, Mohiala 39. Nhlanhla Henry Mbanjwa Sunrise, DONNYBROOK, Nyembe 40. Cathrine Banyamile Letswele Stand No 12104, CLAU-CLAU TRUST, Mkhabela 41. Zakhele Sipho Ndlovu Snathing Main Road, PIETERMARITZBURG, Mofokeng 42. Xolani Victes Mnguni N680 Umlazi Township, UMLAZI, Khambule 43. Sifiso Treasure Skosana Bindane Street, Phola Location, OGIES, ,Letsoalo 44. Moira Rosalind Anthony No 9 Mispel Place, Sharonlea, RANDBURG, Powys 45. Inthuthang Nelly Vanbestrys P 0 Box 1, MOROKWENG, Mothamele 46. Sibusiso Mokoena Vele Street, CHIAWELO, Morema 47. Sinempilo Pretty Mpontshana Stand No 1224, RICHARDS BAY, Buthelezi 48. Natalie Nandipha Poya Tambotie Street, DELFT SOUTH, Catsha 49. Nkosinathi Godry Makhangeza P 0 Box 1824, NEWCASTLE, Simelane 50. Lavhelesani Nemutandani Bhekuzulu Street, VANDERBIJL PARK, Khoza 51. Dumisani Nkwanyane A540 Bobo Road, NTUZUMA, Khumalo 52. Londeka Zinhle Mhlongo Gengeshe Area, RICHMOND, Mthalane 53. Ntuthuko Ngcobo Mbhodiyi Road, INANDA, Msomi 54. Khayelihle Michael Madlala Dabe Road, South Mead, MIRIANNHILL, Makhaye 55. Delani Bongani Ndaba P 0 Box 1154, EMPANGENI, Khanyeza 56. Siphesihle Mtshali Bryden Road, EMPANGENI, Ndaba 57. Siyabulela Alex Ncane P 0 Box 57, EZINGOLWENI, Lugayeni 58. Kwandile Mhlebeleni Dlamini P 0 Box 30, TUGELA FERRY, Mntungwa

56 56 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Mthokozisi Andile Ngcobo Engangeni Area, UMZINTO, Nyuswa 60. Thulani Ben Lukhanyo Street, Zone 6, GEORGE, Mbula 61. Thu lane Wilfred Khoza House No 491, Mositwane Section, LEROME, Rikhotso 62. Oyama Nondolougo Private Bag X893, PORT SHEPSTONE, Mqambeli 63. Thabani Nqobile Bhekumuzi Mnguni P 0 Box 2465, VRYHEID, Phungula 64. Zandile Pretty-Girl Gumede Malangeni Area, UMZINTO, Hlongwane 65. Slindile Mabulo Mkhwanazi P 0 Box 11, HLABISA, Mhlongo 66. Malefetsane Mofokeng Khambule Street, BOPHELONG, Phali 67. Constance Molautsi Radebe Section, KATLEHONG, Hlubi 68. Yanga Sikweyiya P 0 Box 115, MBEKENI, Cetywayo 69. Zenande Kwanda Zondani Sibangweni Area, LIBODE, Mpange 70. Mqondisi Duma Private Bag X 848, PORT SHEPSTONE, Khanyile 71. Chad Alexander Moss Blom Street, DE KUILEN, Goezaar 72. Senele Magwaza P 0 Box 706, MELMOTH, Nxongo 73. Zakahle Precious Khanyile P 0 Box , MTHWALUME, Sikhosana 74. Thabitha Gauta Maake Refentse, Rietfontein, HARTBEESPOORT, Matabane 75. Ivan Gerald Pretorius Conradie Street, UPINGTON, Liebenberg 76. Mmathapelo Annah Muvhulawa Block L L, SOSHANGUVE, Tshikondela 77. Khethukuthula Madondo P 0 Box 132, HIGHFLATS, Mhlongo 78. Lucky Mandla Skhosana Suncity, KWAMHLANGA, Mbuyane 79. Sbonelo Msimango House No 05, NEWCASTLE, Zondi 80. Busani Thembisani Luthuli P 0 Box 605, MELMOTH, Mpungose 81. Phumzile Ntsukuntatu P 0 Box 996, SCOTTBURGH, Kweyama 82. Machoene Magandhi Moabelo P 0 Box 226, MY DARLING, Ngwasheng 83. Lindokuhle Zwane P 0 Box 3014, LADYSMITH, Ndlovu 84. Thapelo Benjamin Mabunda Alphine Street, PROTEA GLEN, Matjebe 85. Gomotsegang Thibelang P 0 Box 588, MOROKWENG, Masisi 86. Mandlenkosi Gedion Ntombela Mpolweni Mission, NEW HONOVER, Khanyile 87. Mandisi Mgangxela Elba Crescent, Buffalo Flats, EAST LONDON, Mapipa 88. Goitsemodimo Gordon Ncube House No 487, Seven Miles, KURUMAN, Lotlhare 89. Bheki Derrick Cele P 0 Box 47776, MUNSTER, Bengu

57 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Malesela Eulater Mabula Extension 12, IVORY PARK, Shokane 91. Philani Osias Hlophe Newtown C Extension, INANDA, Magwaza 92. Thabo Joseph Mathibela Extension 6, Mhluzi, MIDDELBURG, Majola 93. Butana Sedise Ntsengu Street, KWATHEMA, Ngubeni 94. Ntuluka Luka Hadebe Leiden Farm, SHEEPMOOR, Mbuyisa 95. Floyd Makhaza Nkosi Section C, MAMELODI WEST, Mashishi 96. Teboho David Mkholise Extension 3, Khutsong, CARLETONVILLE, Nkholise 97. Thokozani Musa Zulu Mvubukazi Area, UMZIMKULU, Jokazi 98. Thabo Emmanuel Ramesega Pappegaaisburg, BOSMONT, Maine 99. Pheladi Salphinah Shaku P 0 Box 1613, CHUNIESPOORT, Lekganyane 100. Lindokuhle Matthews Majola Newtown A, INANDA, Cebekhulu 101. Gloria Eudora Mthembu Mabena Street, DUDUZA, Moloi 102. Themba Ishmael Madona Extension 5, UMHLUZI, Skosana 103. Mzwandile Fortune Mdakane Chrisiana Pie, Extension B, PROTEA GLEN, Mvula 104. Kedibone Lawrance Mashiane P 0 Box 716, BOCHUM, Makadi 105. Sibusiso Kaya Sotondoshe Mayibuye, Swaneville, Kagiso 2, KRUGERSDORP, Hlazo 106. Cyprian Likhuleni Stand No 1524, MACHADODORP, Nxumalo 107. Tebogo Makula Zaaiplaas, SEHLAKWANE, Mafatle 108. George Michack Sondhlane Stand No 820, MANANGA, Matsenjwa 109. Patrick Phetole Mmola Private Bag X 746, MODJADJISKLOOF, Ramatse 110. Siyanda Mlungu Dimba Road, DASSENHOEK, Mbanjwa 111. Sanele Gwala Pine Street, Lakeside, VRYHEID, Mtshal 112. Kagiso Dedrick Gabriel Dube Block V Extension, MABOPANE, Motshwane 113. Njabulo Glader Mavaba Catherin Street, 305 Irvin Court, BEREA, Ramagoma 114. Tebogo Michael Sathekge Maswanganyi Stand, WINTERVELDT, Ndouvhada 115. Elgeron Esau Oleander Street, Newlands Park, GORGE, Wiltshire 116. Makeda Selato Mayesa Phuthane Street, Galeshewe, KIMBERLEY, Mafafo 117. Bongumusa Zakhele Mngomezulu Manqakulana, KWANGWANASE, Gumede 118. Robert Xolani Gasa Willofontein Location, PIETERMARITZBURG, 3201q - Ngubane 119. Njabulo Wiseman Sandile Ngcobo Helious Road, Olibi, PIETERMARITZBURG, Zuma 120. Jabulani Lucas Makhubele Block H, SOSHANGUVE, Ngulele

58 58 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH Yolanda Neo Beea a Kelvin Drive, Morningside, MANOR, Mokwena 122. Makhosazane Masefantse Makhetha Croydon Road, BRYANSTON, Mthethwa 123. Nthabiseng Jeminah Mokoena Ramokonupi West, KATLEHONG, Masoeu 124. Themba Welcome Mahlangu Stand No 552, Zakheni Extension 2, KWAMHLANGA, Jiane 125. Victor Gamakhulu Segoatle B Matlatse Street, NALEDI, Mlonzi 126. Tebogo Eugenia Ndlungwane Corlett Drive, BRAMLEY, Hlapa 127. Khayalethu Mdletye Theron Street, Reitz Park, WELKOM, Mqokozo 128. Petrus Lindo Mahlangu Stand No 1044, MATHYSZONSLOOP, Mtsweni 129. Mandla Dlamini Unit 40, Protea Glen Estate, Extension 11, PROTEA GLEN, Masangane 130. Lucky Tali Limehill Area, WASBANK, Zuma 131. Phumlani Pap lo Khawula Inge Street, LAMONTVILLE, Chili 132. Elijah Tlou Stand No 2476, Phomola, MIDDELBURG, Mathibela 133. Bongani Benned Mavimbela Elkehof Bourke Street, PRETORIA, Khumalo 134. Motswakgole Lawrence Mokhola Mochadi, GLEN COWIE, Malaka 135. Simon Mogobo Kekana Hans Kekana Gardens, TEMBA, Sebothoma 136. Lucky Ngwenya Snake Park, Block 3, THULANI, Ntombela 137. Amos Sea lane Makola P 0 Box 60660, GROBLERSDAL, Maimela 138. Fani Michael Magudulela Ndebele Street, Extension 11, TSAKANE, Radebe 139. Matome Lazarus Lesailane Thabina Ramoraga Village, LENYENYE, Nkgapela 140. Benedict Buti Skhosana Newtown, Mhluzi, MIDDELBURG, Phuku 141. Nkosingiphile Joyce Mabaso P 0 Box 129, ESHOWE, Bhengu 142. Bawinile Msomi Mgangeni Area, NGCOBO, Ngcobo 143. Ndivhuwo Mudau P 0 Box 567, NZHELELE, Magonono 144. Thomas Nkosi D St Johns, Unit 1, St Johns Road, EDENVALE, Mahlangu 145. Ayanda Yengo Nhlapo Section, KATLEHONG, Lupuwana 146. Buyisani Mngadi X28 Umlazi Township, UMLAZI, Buthelezi 147. Sipho Cyril Mokgoto Verena B, VERENA, Masheilane 148. Nhlanhla William Nkomo Stand No 183 C, MASIBEKELA, Ngomane 149. Nomveliso Tantsi Hull Road, LAMONTVILLE, Ndondolo 150. Menzi Gumede A1305 Newtown A, INANDA, Mtungwa 151. Margaret Dimakatso Tshweni Block B, MABOPANE, Sephothwane

59 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No GENERAL NOTICES ALGEMENE KENNISGEWINGS NOTICE 230 OF 2014 NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING COUNCIL MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ACT, 1996, AS AMENDED (ACT No. 47 OF 1996) REQUEST FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STATUTORY MEASURES RELATING TO LEVIES, REGISTRATION, AND RECORDS & RETURNS ON IMPORTED CHICKEN PRODUCTS IN TERMS OF THE MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ACT It is hereby made known that, in terms of section 10 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No.47 of 1996) (MAP Act), that the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has received a request from the Association of Meat Importers and Exporters (AMIE) for the establishment of statutory measures relating to levies, registration, the keeping of records and rendering of returns. The applicant for the proposed statutory measures is AMIE, an association founded in 1996, which was established due to a need by meat and poultry importers and exporters, for a mouthpiece to speak on their behalf and to look after the interests of its members. AMIE proposed a statutory levy of 2c/kg (excluding VAT) on imported chicken products. The proposed levy on the different chicken products will be a follows: Customs Tariff Levy Classification Product Description (excluding Vat) Mechanically Deboned Meat 2c/kg Not cut in pieces, frozen: Carcasses 2c/kg Not cut in pieces, frozen: Other 2c/kg Cuts and Offal, frozen: Boneless cuts 2c/kg Cuts and Offal, frozen: Offal 2c/kg Cuts and Offal, frozen: Bone-in 2c/kg The estimated income from the proposed statutory levies is between R5.1 million (for 2014/15) and R5.9 million (for 2017/18) per year. The proposed statutory levies will finance the following functions, namely - > Quality control & Consumer assurance; > Liaison, including consumer education; > Transformation in the industry; > Research and development; and > Administration

60 60 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 The MAP Act stipulates that a statutory levy may not exceed 5% of the price realised for a specific agricultural product at the first point of sale. The maximum of 5% must be based on a guideline price calculated as the average price at the first point of sale over a period not exceeding three years. For the proposed statutory levies, the guideline price is determined as follows: Chicken products vary significantly in price, depending on the cut. The table below contains average prices per cut, at the first point of sale for the last three years. Chicken Cut Whole birds R6.97/kg R8.33/kg R14.38/kg Carcasses Unavailable R5.27/kg R4.93/kg Mechanically Deboned Meat R4.41/kg R4.40/kg R5.60/kg Offal R1.72 /kg R3.37/kg R10.37/kg Boneless R19.80/kg R20.85/kg R24.57/kg Bone-In R10.68/kg R13.15/kg R14.87/kg The weighted average selling price at the first point of sale, for all chicken products was as follows: Weighted average selling price for all chicken products Levy as percentage of selling price (levy 2c/kg) R10.64 R12.19 R % 0.16% 0.15% The purpose of the statutory measure relating to registration is to compel importers of chicken products to register with the levy administrator. AMIE considers appointing Red Meat Levy Administrator (Pty) Ltd, the administrator of the red meat and pork statutory levies, to administer the proposed statutory levies. The compulsory registration of these importers will ensure that accurate information is obtained and will also assist in the collection of the proposed statutory levies on imported chicken products. The purpose of the statutory measure relating to records & returns is to compel importers of chicken products to render records and returns to the levy administrator. This is necessary to ensure that continuous, timeous and accurate information relating to imported chicken products is available to all role-players. Market information is deemed essential for all roleplayers in order for them to make informed decisions. The National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC) took cognisance that the proposed implementation of statutory measures relating to levies, registration, the keeping of records and the rendering of returns in the poultry industry as requested by AMIE, is consistent with

61 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No the objectives of the MAP Act. The request is currently being investigated by the NAMC and recommendations in this regard will be made to the Minister in the near future. Directly affected groups in the poultry industry are kindly requested to submit any comments, regarding the proposed statutory measures, to the NAMC on or before 11 April 2014, to enable the Council to finalise its recommendation to the Minister in this regard. Submissions should be in writing and be addressed to: National Agricultural Marketing Council Private Bag X 935 PRETORIA 0001 Enquiries: Mr Ndumiso Mazibuko ndumiso(anamc.co.za Tel No. : (012) : (012) Fax No. : (012)

62 62 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 NOTICE 231 OF 2014 financial intelligence centre REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA DI# Ea.!. ye 01/2013 :UPDATING C$F ACCOUNTABLE AND RE The Financial Intelligence Centre (the Centre) issues this directive in terms of section 43A (1) of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act, 2001 (Act 38 of 2001). This directive applies to all accountable and reporting institutions updating their registration details as required by section 43B of the FIC Act. 1. Purpose of the Directive 1.1 The Centre issues this directive to prescribe the manner in which a registered accountable institution or reporting institution must notify the Centre of updates to its registration details as required by section 43B(4) of the FIC Act. 1.2 All registered accountable institutions or reporting institutions are required to update their registration information on the Centre's website, rather than informing the Centre in a letter or electronic correspondence. 2 Directive This directive is effective from date of publication in the Government Gazette. 2.1 All registered accountable and reporting institutions must update their registration details by submitting the relevant information to the Centre The Financial Intelligence Centre is established in terms of section 2 of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act, Act 38 of 2001

63 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No electronically by means of the internet-based reporting portal referred to in Regulation 27A (4) of the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Control Regulations. 2.2 No other means of submitting the relevant information to update registration details will be an acceptable manner of updating registration details. Issued By: The Director Financial Intelligence Centre March DIRECTIVE 01/ UPDATING OF REGISTRATION INFORMATION OF ACCOUNTABLE AND REPORTING INSTITUTIONS

64 64 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 NOTICE 232 OF 2014 financial intelligence centre REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA DIRECTIVE USE OF REGISTRATION WITH THE FINANCIAL OF THE FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE,cetcriw A61; ACT NO, This directive is issued by the Financial Intelligence Centre (the Centre) in terms of section 43A (1) of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act, Act No. 38 of 2001 (the FIC Act). This directive applies to all accountable and reporting institutions that are registered with the Centre in terms of section 43B of the FIC Act. 1. Purpose of the Directive 1.1 The Centre issues this directive to set a condition regarding the use of the login credentials obtained from the Centre for utilising the internet-based reporting portal referred to in Regulations 22(1)(a) and 27A(4) of the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Control Regulations (the Regulations). 2 Directive This directive is effective from date of publication in the Government Gazette. 2.1 The login credentials obtained from the Centre during the registration process for utilising the internet-based reporting portal referred to in Regulations 22(1)(a) and 27A(4) of the Regulations may only be used by the person to whom such credentials has been allocated. The Financial Intelligence Centre is established in terms of section 2 of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act, Act 38 of 2001

65 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No No other person than the person referred to in paragraph 2.1 may use the login credentials for purposes of reporting in terms of the FIC Act. 2.3 If the person referred to in paragraph 2.1 no longer holds the position he or she held at the time of registration with the Centre, the accountable institution or reporting institution must ensure that new login credentials are obtained using the internet-based reporting portal. Issued By: The Director Financial Intelligence Centre March DIRECTIVE 02/ USE OF LOGIN CREDENTIALS PURSUANT TO REGISTRATION WITH THE FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE CENTRE IN TERMS OF THE FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE CENTRE ACT, ACT NO.38 OF 2001

66 66 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 NOTICE 233 OF 2014 GENERAL NOTICE IN TERMS OF THE RESTITUTION OF LAND RIGHTS ACT, 1994 (ACT NO. 22 OF 1994) Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 11 (1) of the Restitution of Land Rights Act, 1994 (Act No. 22 of 1994) that a claim for the restitution of land rights on the following properties have been lodged with the Regional Land Claims Commissioner: KwaZulu-Natal and that the Commission on Restitution of Land Rights will further investigate the claim in terms of provisions of the Act in due course: Farm No Farm Name Extent Land Use Owner 832 morgen Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others, RSA 26 Three Sisters ha traditional medicine and initiation school 1051 morgen Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others, RSA 27 New lands ha traditional medicine and initiation school 941 morgen 260 S.R Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others, RSA 28 McAlpine ha traditional medicine and initiation school 860 morgen 449 S.R Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others, traditional medicine and initiation school 29 Freemantle and Sprinkaan Group 30 Makomereng 32 Deer Park 32 Deer Park {Portion 1) 57 The Retreat 56 Glen Alfred ha 906 morgen 232 S.R. {on Portion 1) and 24 morgen on Portion 0 {R/E) ha 637 morgen ha Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others, traditional medicine and initiation school 1275 morgen ha Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others, traditional medicine and initiation school 916 morgen ha Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others, tourism infrastructure, timber 1102 morgen ha Unoccupied, grazing by claimants & others 50% by Sprinkaan and 50% by RSA RSA RSA RSA RSA Portion 2 RSA Bonakele Magisterial District Administrative District: Claimants Dates claim lodged Type of claims Reference numbers Matatiele Eastern Cape Sobantu Sphambo and Spambo Spambo 29 December 1998 and 12 November 1998 Community KRN 6/2121E/ and KRO 6/2/2/D/200/0/0/1 Any party/parties who have an interest in the above-mentioned properties is hereby invited to submit, within 30 days from the date of publication of this notice, any representations and/ or information which shall assist the Commissioner in proving or disproving this claim. Should no information and/ or representations from the affected party/ parties be forthcoming within the stipulated period, the affected party/parties shall be ipso facto barred from further doing so and the Commission shall continue with the subsequent processes towards completion of the investigation.

67 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No Any comments and information should be submitted to: The Regional Land Claims Commissioner: Eastern Cape P.O. Box 1375 East London 5200 Tel: (043) Fax: (043) Submissions may also be delivered to Thirteen Floor, Caxton House, Terminus Street, East London, LEBJANE M PUTHA REGIONAL L ND CLAIMS COMMISSIONER: KWAZULU NATAL DATE:,',271 trfripg NOTICE 234 OF 2014 SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK LOST SHARE CERTIFICATE Certificate No registered in the name of Luis Gongalves Baeta. Application has been made to the South African Reserve Bank for the issuing of a new share certificate in place of the above-mentioned certificate which has been lost. Notice is hereby given that unless the original certificate is provided to the bank within four weeks from the date of this notice, a new certificate will be issued and the original certificate will become void. (28 March 2014) NOTICE 235 OF 2014 STATISTICS SOUTH AFRICA THE HEAD: STATISTICS SOUTH AFRICA notifies for general information that the Consumer Price Index is as follows: Consumer Price Index, Rate (Base Dec 2012 = 100) Rate: 5, 9 February 2014 (28 March 2014)

68 68 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 NOTICE 236 OF 2014 INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION OF SOUTH AFRICA TERMINATION OF THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE ALLEGED DUMPING OF GRAPHITE ELECTRODES FOR USE IN FURNACES ORIGINATING IN OR IMPORTED FROM THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (CHINA) AND INDIA The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (the Commission) initiated an investigation into the alleged dumping of graphite electrodes for use in furnaces originating in or imported from the People's Republic of China (China) and India, pursuant to Notice No of 2013 in Government Gazette No The application was lodged by the Graf Tech South Africa Pty Ltd, the only manufacturer of the subject product in the SACU. The Applicant alleged that the subject product was being dumped into the SACU market, causing material injury to the SACU industry. The investigation was initiated after the Commission considered that there was prima facie evidence to show that the subject product was imported at dumped prices, causing material injury and that there was a causal link between dumped imports and material injury. On 06 February 2014, a letter was received from the Applicant informing the Commission that it has decided to cease its operations and request that the current antidumping investigation on graphite electrodes for use in furnaces origination in or imported from China and India be terminated. The Commission therefore decided that the investigation into the alleged dumping of graphite electrodes originating in or imported from China and India be terminated. Enquiries may be directed to the investigating officers, Ms. Regina Peta at telephone at (012) or Mr Busman Makakola at (012) or Ms Mosa Sebe at (012) at (012) or at fax (012)

69 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No NOTICE 237 OF 2014 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AIR SERVICE LICENSING ACT, 1990 (ACT NO.115 OF 1990) APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OR AMENDMENT OF DOMESTIC AIR SERVICE LICENCE Pursuant to the provisions of section 15 (1) (b) of Act No. 115 of 1990 and Regulation 8 of the Domestic Air Regulations,1991, it is hereby notified for general information that the application detail of which appear in the appendix, will be considered by the Air Service Licensing Council. Representation in accordance with section 15 (3)of the Act No.115 of 1990 in support of, or in position, an application, should reach the Air Service Licensing Council. Private Box X 193, Pretoria, 0001, within 21 days of date of the publication thereof. APPENDIX I (A) Full name and trade name of the applicant. (B) Full business or residential address of the applicant. (C) Class of licence applied for. (D) Type of air service to which application applies. (E) Category of aircraft to which application applies. (A) Siimbi Aviation (Pty) Ltd. (B) Portion 29 of Farm 232 Knysna, Redford Road, The Crags, (C) Class III. (D) Type G3, G4 and G16 (Flipping). (E) Category A4. APPENDIX II (A) Full Name and trade name of the applicant. (B) Full business or residential address the applicant. (C) The Class and number of license in respect of which the amendment is sought (D) Type of air service and the amendment thereto which is being applied for I Category of aircraft and the amendment thereto which is being applied for. (F) Amendment reffered to in section 14(2) (b) to I. (A) SKA SA Aircraft Leasing (Pty) Ltd. (B) Gate 7, Hangar 200, Lanseria International Airport. (C) Class I and II; S670D and N641D. (D) Type Sl, S2, N1 and N2. (E) Category Al, A2, HI and H2. Changes to the Management Plan: Mr H. J. Fleischmann replaces Mr E. 0. Murrila as the Chief Executive Officer and Mr D. Peter replaces Mr M. Brews as the Responsible Person: Flight Operations. This publication rectifies errors and omissions contained in the publication that was published in the General Notice No 113 of 2014 in the Government Gazette No of 21 February (A) Westelike Oesbespuiting Maatskappy (Pty) Ltd. (B) Preekstoel Road, Bethlehem Airfield, Bethlehem. (C) Class III; G254D. (D) Type G5, G13 and G14. (E) Category A3 and A4. Changes to the Management Plan: C. R. L. Van Rooyen replces D. J. Verwey as the Air Service Safety Officer. This publication rectifies errors and omissions contained in the publication that was published in the General Notice No 194 of 2014 in the Government Gazette No of 14 February 2014.

70 70 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 NOTICE 238 OF 2014 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL AIR SERVICE ACT, (ACT NO.60 OF 1993) GRANT /AMENDMENT OF INTERNATIONAL AIR SERVICE LICENSE Pursuant to the provisions of section 17 (12) of Act No.60 of 1993 and Regulation 15 (1) and 15 (2) of the International Air Regulations,1994, it is hereby notified for general information that the applications, detail of which appear in the Schedules hereto, will be considered by the International Air Services Council (Council) Representation in accordance with section 16(3) of the Act No. 60 of 1993 and regulation 25(1) of International Air Services Regulation, 1994, against or in favour of an application, should reach the Chairman of the International Air Services Council at Department of Transport, Private Bag X 193, Pretoria, 0001, within 28 days of the application hereof. It must be stated whether the party or parties making such representation is/ are prepared to be represent or represented at the possible hearing of the application. APPENDIX II (A) Full name, surname and trade name of the applicant. (B) Full business or residential address of the applicant. (C) Class of licence applied for. (D) Type of International Air Service to which application pertains. (E) Category or kind of aircraft to which application pertains. (F) Airport from and the airport to which flights will be undertaken. (G) Area to be served. (H) Frequency of flight. (A) SA Airlink (Pty) Ltd; Airlink. (B) Airlink Building, No 3 Greenstone Hill Office Park, Greenstone Hill, Modderfontein. (C) Class I; I/S073. (D) Type Sl. (E) Category Al. (F) OR Tambo, King Shaka, Kruger Mpumalanga and Cape Town International Airports. (G) and (H) Adding the following. From OR Tambo International Airport: State Destination Frequencies Botswana Gaborone Twenty one (21) return flights per week. Lesotho Maseru Twelve (12) return flights per week. Botswana Maun Seven (7) return flights per week. Botswana Kasane Seven (7) return flights per week. Swaziland Matsapha Twenty eight (28) return flights per week. Zambia Ndola Fourteen (14) return flights per week. Zambia Lusaka Fourteen (14) return flights per week. Zimbabwe Bulawayo Fourteen (14) return flights per week with 50 seater aircraft (50 seats lfrequency) Zimbabwe Harare Fourteen (14) return flights per week with 50 seater aircraft (50 seats lfrequency) Madagascar Antananarivo Seven (7) return flights per week. Mozambique Nosy Be Three (3) return flights per week. Mozambique Beira S1 flights: maximum seats: 480 per week. Mozambique Pemba S1 flights: maximum seats: 330 per week. Mozambique Tete 51 flights: maximum seats: 650 per week. Mozambique Inhambane SI flights: maximum seats: 550 per week. Mozambique Maputo Si flights: maximum seats: 650 per week. Mozambique Vilanculous Si flights: maximum seats: 415 per week. From Kin Shaka International Airport: State Destination Frequencies Mozamique Nampula S1 flights: maximum seats: 650 per week From Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport: State Destination Frequencies Mozamique Vilaculous S1 flights: maximum seats: 130 per week. Zambia Livingstone Seven (7) return flights per week. From Cane Town International Airport: State Destination Frequencies Swaziland Manzini Two (2) return flights per week

71 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No APPENDIX II (A) Full name, surname and trade name of the applicant. (B) Full business or residential address of the applicant. (C) Class of licence applied for. (D) Type of International Air Service to which application pertains. (E) Category or kind of aircraft to which application pertains. (F) Airport from and the airport to which flights will be undertaken. (G) Area to be served. (H) Frequency of flight. (A) SKA SA Aircraft Leasing (Pty) Ltd. (B) Gate 7, Hangar 200, Lanseria International Airport. (C) Class H; I/N114. (D) Type N1 and N4. (E) Category Al and A2. Changes to the Management Plan: Mr H. J. Fleischmann replaces Mr E. 0. Murrila as the Chief Executive Officer and Mr D. Peter replaces Mr M. Brews as the Responsible Person: Flight Operations. This publication rectifies errors and omissions contained in the publication that was published in the General Notice 112 of 2014 in the Government Gazette No of 21 February 2014.

72 72 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 BOARD NOTICES RAADSKENNISGEWINGS BOARD NOTICE 36 OF 2014 FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD FINANCIAL MARKETS ACT 19 OF 2012 AMENDMENTS TO THE JSE EQUITIES AND DERIVATIVES RULES Dube Phineas Tshidi, Registrar of Securities Services, hereby give notice under section 71(3)(c)(ii) of the Financial Markets Act 19 of 2012 that the proposed amendments to the JSE Equities and Derivatives Rules have been approved. Please be advised that the rules as amended are available on the official website of the Financial Services Board ( and the website of the market infrastructure, the JSE Limited ( The amendment comes into operation on 28 March D P TSHIDI Registrar of Securities Services

73 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No BOARD NOTICE 37 OF 2014 FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD FINANCIAL MARKETS ACT NO. 19 OF 2012 AMENDMENTS TO JSE LISTING REQUIREMENTS 1 Dube Phineas Tshidi, Registrar of Securities Services, hereby give notice under section 11(6)(d) of the Financial Markets Act 19 of 2012 that the proposed amendments to the JSE Listing Requirements have been approved. Please be advised that the Listing Requirements as amended are available on the official website of the Financial Services Board ( and on the website of the market infrastructure, the JSE Limited ( The amendment comes into operation on 30 April D P TSHIDI Registrar of Securities Services

74 74 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 BOARD NOTICE 38 OF 2014 FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD FINANCIAL MARKETS ACT, 2012 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE JSE INTEREST RATE AND CURRENCY RULES: PUBLICATION FOR COMMENT I Dube Phineas Tshidi, Registrar of Securities Services, hereby give notice under section 71(3)(b)(ii) of the Financial Markets Act 19 of 2012 that the proposed amendments to the JSE Interest Rate and Currency Rules have been published on the official website of the Financial Services Board (wvvw.fsb.co.za) for public comment. All interested persons who have any objections to the proposed amendments are hereby called upon to lodge their objections with the Registrar of Securities Services, at the following address: norman.mullerfsb.co.za, within a period of 14 days from the date of publication of this notice. lgrf-dtri D P TSHIDI REGISTRAR OF SECURITIES SERVICES

75 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No BOARD NOTICE 39 OF 2014 FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES CONTROL ACT, 2002 DETERMINATION OF PERMISSIBLE DEDUCTIONS FROM A PORTFOLIO Under sections 93(2) and 114(5) of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 2002 (Act No. 45 of 2002), ("the Act") I, Dube P Tshidi, Registrar of Collective Investment Schemes, hereby determine further permissible deductions from a portfolio in collective investment schemes in property ("scheme") as provided in the Schedule. D P TSHIDI REGISTRAR OF COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES SCHEDULE 1. Definitions In this Schedule any word or expression to which meaning is assigned in the Act shall have that meaning, unless the context otherwise indicates or the term is defined in this Schedule. 2. Background and Purpose (1) Where a manager and the trustee of a scheme propose, pursuant to a ballot of holders of participatory interests in that scheme ("investors"), to amend the determination of the service charges (i.e. the monthly management fees and/or initial charges, as the case may be ("service charges") provided in the deed from one basis to another including from a percentage basis to a cost recovery basis, subject to the payment to the manager of a consideration ("the consideration"), the authority of the Registrar is required to permit the manager to pay the consideration out of the funds of the portfolio of that scheme ("portfolio"), in terms of section 93(2) of the Act.

76 76 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 (2) The purpose of this Notice is to determine that, subject to compliance with the provisions of paragraph 3 of this Schedule, the payment of the consideration to the manager out of the funds of the portfolio is a permissible deduction in terms of section 93(2) of the Act. 3. Permissible deduction from a portfolio (1) Subject to the provisions of the Act and where applicable, the deed, a manager may deduct the consideration from the portfolio provided that the manager: - (a) obtains the consent of the Registrar prior to effecting a transaction for the payment of consideration to it; and (b) obtains the consent.of investors by way of a ballot conducted in accordance with the deed. 4. Commencement This Notice comes into effect on the date of publication.

77 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No BOARD NOTICE 40 OF 2014 FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES CONTROL ACT, 2002 EXEMPTION OF MANAGERS OF COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES IN PROPERTY FROM CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES CONTROL ACT, 2002 Under section 22(a) of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 2002 (Act No. 45 of 2002), I, Dube P Tshidi, Registrar of Collective Investment Schemes, hereby exempt managers of collective investment schemes in property from the provisions of section 102(3), (4) and (5) of the Act to the extent and subject to the conditions set out in the Schedule. D P TSHIDI REGISTRAR OF COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES SCHEDULE 1. Definitions In this Schedule, "the Act"' means the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 2002 (Act No. 45 of 2002), any word or expression to which meaning is assigned in the Act shall have that meaning, and unless the context otherwise indicates- "JSE Listings Requirements" means the listings requirements as issued and amended from time to time by the JSE Limited; "manager" means a manager of a scheme; "REIT" means a corporate real estate investment trust;

78 78 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 "scheme" means a collective investment scheme in property. 2. Objective of exemption (1). The objective of the exemption is to exempt a manager that converts a scheme into a REIT in terms of the JSE Listing Requirements from the provisions of section 102(3), (4) and (5) of the Act to the extent necessary to give effect to the conversion. (2) Section 102(3) requires a manager, upon the winding up of a portfolio and under the control and supervision of the trustee or custodian, to realise all the assets of the portfolio (3) The exemption facilitates the process of the conversion of a scheme into a REIT by exempting a manager from the requirement to realise and distribute the assets of the scheme as required by section 102(3) of the Act. (4) The exemption is only applicable to a scheme which is to be converted into a REIT in accordance with the JSE Listings Requirements. (5) The registrar is satisfied that this Exemption is in the public interest. 3. The extent of the exemption (1) A manager of a scheme which is to be converted into a REIT is exempted from the provisions of section 102(3), (4) and (5) of the Act to the extent that the manager will not be required to realise the assets of the scheme by way of a conversion of the assets into cash. (2) Despite the provisions of section 102(3), a manager of a scheme will be permitted under the control and supervision of the trustee or custodian to dispose of the assets in another manner other than through the conversion of the assets to cash, having regard to the interests of investors. 4. Conditions of the exemption The following conditions apply to the exemption- (a) the manager must hold a meeting of all investors on giving 21 days

79 STAATSKOERANT, 28 MAART 2014 No (b) (c) written notice of such meeting. the meeting of investors must resolve to approve the conversion of the scheme and to wind up the portfolio. the investors must approve the costs of the conversion and resolve to bear liability for the costs occasioned by the conversion of the scheme to a REIT. 4. Period for which the exemption will be valid This exemption remains operative until. the date on which the exemption is withdrawn or on the date on which a collective investment scheme in property has been finally wound up. 5 Commencement This exemption comes into operation on the date of publication of this Notice.

80 80 No GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 28 MARCH 2014 NOTICE - CHANGE OF TELEPHONE NUMBERS: GOVERNMENT PRINTING WORKS As the mandated government security printer, providing world class security products and services, Government Printing Works has adopted some of the highly innovative technologies to best serve its customers and stakeholders. In line with this task, Government Printing Works has implemented a new telephony system to ensure most effective communication and accessibility. As a result of this development, our telephone numbers will change with effect from 3 February 2014, starting with the Pretoria offices. The new numbers are as follows: Switchboard : /6002 Advertising /6206/6207/6208/6209/6210/6211/6212 Publications Enquiries Maps Debtors : /6053/6058 : /6065 : /6056/6064 Subscription : /6055/6057 SCM /6373/6218 Debtors /6242 Creditors /6274 Please consult our website at for more contact details. The numbers for our provincial offices in Polokwane, East London and Mmabatho will not change at this stage. Printed by and obtainable from the Government Printer, Bosman Street, Private Bag X85, Pretoria, 0001 Publications: Tel: (012) , , Advertisements: Tel: (012) , , , , Subscriptions: Tel: (012) , , Gedruk deur en verkrygbaar by die Staatsdrukker, Bosmanstraat, Privaatsak X85, Pretoria, 0001 Publikasies: Tel: (012) , , Advertensies: Tel: (012) , , , , Subskripsies: Tel: (012) , ,

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