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Transport Education Training Authority TETA    is    tasked    with    the    responsibility    of    education,    training    and    skills development   in   the   Transport   Sector.   Taking   cognisance   of   the   pivotal   role transport   plays   in   the   economic   and   social   development   of   the   country   as   a whole   and   the   changes   that   are   happening   globally,   TETA   has   consciously   set itself   up   to   be   at   the   forefront   of   innovation   in   training   and   human   capital development. www.teta.org.za
Cross-Border Road Transport Agency C-BRTA   provides   dedicated   service   to   cross-border   road   transport   operators, in   the   form   of   market   access   regulation,   issuing   cross-border   permits   as   well as   providing   necessary   support   to   the   rapidly   growing   small   and   medium cross-border road transport businesses. www.cbrta.co.za  
South African Revenue Service The   South   African   Revenue   Service   (SARS)   is   the   nation’s   tax   collecting authority.   Established   in   terms   of   the   South African   Revenue   Service Act   34   of 1997   as   an   autonomous   agency,   we   are   responsible   for   administering   the South African tax system and customs service. www.sars.gov.za  
Department of Labour The    Department    of    Labour    publishes    legislation    that    regulates    labour practices and activities. www.labour.gov.za
National Treasury The   National   Treasury   is   responsible   for   managing   South   Africa's   national government    finances.    Supporting    efficient    and    sustainable    public    financial management    is    fundamental    to    the    promotion    of    economic    development, good   governance,   social   progress   and   a   rising   standard   of   living   for   all   South Africans.    The    Constitution    of    the    Republic    (Chapter    13)    mandates    the National   Treasury   to   ensure   transparency,   accountability   and   sound   financial controls in the management of public finances. www.treasury.gov.za
Department of Basic Education The   Department   of   Basic   Education   was   formed   when   the   former   National Department   of   Education   was   split   into   two:   Department   of   Basic   Education and   the   Department   of   Higher   Education   and Training. The   DBE   deals   with   all schools   from   Grade   R   to   Grade   12,   including   adult   literacy   programmes.   The aim   of   the   DBE   is   to   develop,   maintain   and   support   a   South   African   school education system for the 21st century. https://www.education.gov.za  
Department of Tourism (NDT) The    Department    of    Tourism    South    Africa    aims    to    fulfil    the    national government`s   role   towards   creating   the   conditions   for   responsible   tourism growth      and      development      by      promoting      and      developing      tourism.        https://www.tourism.gov.za  
National Public Transport Regulator (NPTR) The   National   Public   Transport   Regulator   is   a   regulatory   entity   established   in terms   of   Section   20   of   the   National   Land   Transport   Act,   05   of   2009.   It’s functions   are   to   monitor   and   oversee   public   transport   in   the   country;   receive and    decide    on    applications    relating    to    inter-provincial    operating    licenses, accreditation   of   tourist   transport   services   and   any   other   service   designated   by the   Minister;      oversee   fares   charged   for   public   transport   services   throughout the   country   and   advice   the   Minister   on   the   making   of   regulations   in   relation   to fares    or    fare    structures.        http://www.transport.gov.za/web/department-of- transport/national-public-transport-regulator-nptr-
Department of Transport (DOT) The   Department   of   Transport   is   responsible   for   regulation   of   Transportation   in South    Africa,    that    is,    public    transport,    rail    transportation,    civil    aviation, shipping,   freight   and   motor   vehicles.   "Transport,   the   Heartbeat   of   Economic Growth and Social Development!" www.transport.gov.za  
INDUSTRY STAKEHOLDERS
Department of Transport (DOT) The Department of Transport is responsible for regulation of Transportation in South Africa, that is, public transport, rail transportation, civil aviation, shipping, freight and motor vehicles. "Transport, the Heartbeat of Economic Growth and Social Development!" www.transport.gov.za 
National Public Transport Regulator (NPTR) The National Public Transport Regulator is a regulatory entity established in terms of Section 20 of the National Land Transport Act, 05 of 2009. It’s functions are to monitor and oversee public transport in the country; receive and decide on applications relating to inter-provincial operating licenses, accreditation of tourist transport services and any other service designated by the Minister;  oversee fares charged for public transport services throughout the country and advice the Minister on the making of regulations in relation to fares or fare structures.  http://www.transport.gov.za/web/department-of- transport/national-public-transport-regulator-nptr-
Department of Tourism (NDT) The Department of Tourism South Africa aims to fulfil the national government`s role towards creating the conditions for responsible tourism growth and development by promoting and developing tourism.  https://www.tourism.gov.za 
Department of Basic Education The Department of Basic Education was formed when the former National Department of Education was split into two: Department of Basic Education and the Department of Higher Education and Training. The DBE deals with all schools from Grade R to Grade 12, including adult literacy programmes. The aim of the DBE is to develop, maintain and support a South African school education system for the 21st century. https://www.education.gov.za 
National Treasury The National Treasury is responsible for managing South Africa's national government finances. Supporting efficient and sustainable public financial management is fundamental to the promotion of economic development, good governance, social progress and a rising standard of living for all South Africans. The Constitution of the Republic (Chapter 13) mandates the National Treasury to ensure transparency, accountability and sound financial controls in the management of public finances. www.treasury.gov.za
Department of Labour The Department of Labour publishes legislation that regulates labour practices and activities. www.labour.gov.za
South African Revenue Service The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is the nation’s tax collecting authority. Established in terms of the South African Revenue Service Act 34 of 1997 as an autonomous agency, we are responsible for administering the South African tax system and customs service. www.sars.gov.za 
Cross-Border Road Transport Agency C-BRTA provides dedicated service to cross-border road transport operators, in the form of market access regulation, issuing cross-border permits as well as providing necessary support to the rapidly growing small and medium cross-border road transport businesses. www.cbrta.co.za 
Transport Education Training Authority TETA is tasked with the responsibility of education, training and skills development in the Transport Sector. Taking cognisance of the pivotal role transport plays in the economic and social development of the country as a whole and the changes that are happening globally, TETA has consciously set itself up to be at the forefront of innovation in training and human capital development. www.teta.org.za
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