PROMOTION OF ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT (PAIA)

Access to information is a human right protected by Section 32 of our Constitution. In addition, the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) protects and upholds the rights of people to access information.
The Act is there to:
*  Protect our Constitutional right to access information
*  Enhance the transparency, accountability and effectiveness of government
There are two distinct groups that you may request information from:
a.  Public bodies;  and
b.  Private bodies.
You can ask for any information, although access to certain information may be refused. To get the information you want, you have to follow the correct procedures.  
Please complete Attached Form C- REQUEST FOR ACCESS TO RECORD OF PRIVATE BODY.

Section 51 Manual for Private Bodies

THIS MANUAL HAS BEEN PREPARED IN TERMS OF SECTION 51 OF THE PROMOTION OF
ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT 2/2000

Sports Coaches OutReach (SCORE) is a non-profit, non-governmental community development organisation using sport as a medium of development.

Section 51(1)(a)

Name of BusinessSports Coaches’ OutReach (Registered Section 21)
(Reg No 1995/011975/08)
(NPO No 013-048)
Known as SCORE
Contact PersonThe Compliance Officer
Physical Address3rd Floor Burleigh House
24 Barrack Street
Cape Town 8000
Postal AddressP0 Box 4989
Cape Town 8000
Telephone+27 21 461 0466
Fax+27 21 461 0455
Websitewww.score.org.za
E-mailinfo@score.org.za



Section 51(1)(b)-The section 10 Guide on how to use the Act


The Guide is available from the South African Human Rights Commission. Please direct queries to:
The South African Human Rights Commission:
PAIA Unit - The Research and Documentation Department

Postal AddressPrivate Bag 2700
Houghton 2041
Telephone+27 11 484-8300
Fax+27 11 484-0582
Websitewww.sahrc.org.za
E-mailPAIA©sahrc.org.za

Section 51(1)(d) - Information is available in terms of the following legislation, if and where applicable:

Basic Conditions of Employment Act No. 75 of 1997

Closed Corporation Act No. 69 of 1984

Companies Act No. 61 of 1973

Compensation of Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act No. 130 of 193

Customs and Excise Act No. 91 of 1964

Electronic Communications and Transactions Act No. 25 of 2002

Employment Equity Act No. 55 of 1998

Income Tax Act No. 58 of 1962

Insolvency Act No. 24 of 1936

Labour Relations Act No. 66 of 1995

Occupational Health and Safety Act No. 85 of 1993

Patents Act No. 57 of 1978

Promotion of Access to Information Act No. 2 of 2000

Skills development Levies Act No. 9 of 1999

Trademarks Act No. 194.of 1993

Unemployment Insurance Act No. 30 of 1966

Value — Added Tax Act No. 89 of 1991


Sections 51(1)(c) and 51(1)(e) - Access to the records held [Sections 51(1)(c) and 51(1)(e)]

Records are available without a person having to request access in terms of this Act in terms of section 52(2) [Section 51(1)(c)]

Operational Sections:
Management & Administration
Training & Capacity Building
Community Development though Sport
Volunteer Exchange
Projects are implemented in all provinces of SA

This information can be defined as operational information needed in the day to day running of the company and is generally of little to no use to persons outside the company.

(Examples of such information are: Requisitions, internal phone lists, company policies, contracts, employee records and general accounting records).

The Request Procedures (Prescribed form and fee structure in respect of private bodies)

The forms and fee structure prescribed under the Act are available at the website of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (www.doj.govza) under the “regulations” section.


Section 51(1)(f) - Other information as may be prescribed

The Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Development has not made any regulations in this regard.


Section 51(3) - Availability of the material

The manual is available at our offices free of charge; and copies are available with the SAHRC, and on our website as listed above.

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