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Education Laws Amendment Act, No. 48 of 1999

Long title


To amend the South African Certification Council Act, 1986, so as to substitute certain definitions, to delete others and to insert new definitions; to provide anew for the functions of an examining body, the Director-General and the council, with regard to examinations; to allow the council to prescribe fees for the issue or endorsement of a certificate; and to remove obsolete references from the long title; to amend the National Education Policy Act, 1996, so as to make certain technical adjustments; to amend the South African Schools Act, 1996, so as to substitute certain definitions; to provide for the merger of two or more public schools and to regulate the consequences of such merger; to make provision for the temporary closure of a public school in the case of an emergency; to provide for an additional function of a governing body; to make further provision regarding co-opted members of governing bodies; to make certain technical adjustments; and to make further provision regarding claims for damages; to amend the Employment of Educators Act, 1998, so as to make provision for a timeframe within which a governing body or council must make its recommendations when an educator is appointed; and to dispense with the necessity for a recommendation by a governing body or council in the case of temporary transfers; and to provide for matters connected therewith.

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1.  [...repealed by Act 2001_058_029(1) - was entitled “Amendment of section 1 of Act 85 of 1986...”]
2.  [...repealed by Act 2001_058_029(1) - was entitled “Substitution of section 9 of Act 85 of 1986...”]
3.  [...repealed by Act 2001_058_029(1) - was entitled “Substitution of long title of Act 85 of 1986”]
4.  Amendment of section 3 of Act 27 of 1996...
5.  Amendment of section 5 of Act 27 of 1996
6.  Amendment of section 1 of Act 84 of 1996...
7.  Amendment of section 9 of Act 84 of 1996
8.  Insertion of section 12A in Act 84 of 1996
9.  Amendment of section 16 of Act 84 of 1996
10.  Amendment of section 21 of Act 84 of 1996
11.  Amendment of section 23 of Act 84 of 1996
12.  Amendment of section 29 of Act 84 of 1996
13.  Amendment of section 55 of Act 84 of 1996...
14.  Amendment of section 60 of Act 84 of 1996
15.  Amendment of section 6 of Act 76 of 1998
16.  Amendment of section 8 of Act 76 of 1998
17.  Short title

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