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South African Maritime and Aeronautical Search and Rescue Amendment Act, No. 5 of 2013
To amend the South African Maritime and Aeronautical Search and Rescue Act, 2002; so as to insert a definition; to effect certain technical corrections; to expand the composition of the SouthAfrican Search and Rescue Organisation (SASAR); to provide for the management committee and sub-committees of SASAR; to provide for SASAR to perform its functions outside the Republic’s search and rescue regions in accordance with the Conventions; to provide for the head of SASAR to appoint a designate to preside over any meeting of SASAR; to provide for the head of SASAR to determine the time and place of the first meeting of the sub-committees of SASAR; to delete certain obsolete provisions; to compel all licence holders of aerodromes, airfields, heliports or helistops to file emergency plans with the aeronautical rescue co-ordination centre; to provide for the head of SASAR to publish the contact details of the places where a person can report an aircraft or a vessel that is in distress; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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