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Basic Guide to Permits to Employ Children (Children in the Performing Arts)

by Zopedol — last modified 2008-11-03 10:46
Employers may not employ children under the age of 15 in the performing arts without been given a permit.

Application

Sectoral Determination 10 for Children in the Performance of Advertising, Artistic and Cultural Activities applies to all employers who have been granted a permit to employ child workers under 15 years of age, but not to –
  • members of the:
    • National Defence Force,
    • National Intelligence Agency, or
    • South African Secret Service;
  • unpaid volunteers working for charity;
  • workers aged 15 or older;
  • children participating in non-profit activities; and
  • employers who have not been granted permits.

The Basic Conditions of Employment Act applies in respect of any matter not covered by this sectoral determination.

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Applying for Permits

All employers must apply for a permit to employ children under the age of 15 years.
 
Permits will not be given to people who are –
  • under 18 years;
  • convicted of an offence against children within 5 years after a conviction.

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