Ministry of Social Development - Acts: 1998 | Western Cape Government

Ministry of Social Development - Acts: 1998

Acts are laws passed by the national or provincial parliament. Western Cape and National legislation is listed here by year. Note: This is not a complete list of all legislation. For more comprehensive listings, please see the South African Government Information site and
No. 19514 of 1998
(File type: pdf; size: 155.87 KB)No. 100 of 1998
To amend the Aged Persons Act, 1967, so as to insert certain definitions; to provide for conditions regarding subsidies to managers of registered homes for the aged and to certain other institutions; to monitor compliance with conditions of registration of homes for the aged; to provide for the establishment of management committees for those homes; to provide for the accessibility of those homes; to provide for the enquiry by designated bodies into matters regarding aged persons; to require reporting on the abuse of aged persons and the keeping of a register thereon; to generally regulate the
No. 56 of 1998
The amendment provides for the rights of certain natural farthers, in terms of the adoption of children, born out of wedlock.
No. 116 of 1998
To provide for the issuing of protection orders with regard to domestic violence and for matters connected therewith.
(File type: pdf; size: 719.52 KB)No. 108 of 1998
This Act provides for a national funding, capacity-building and co-ordination structure known as the National Development Agency (NDA). The NDA is mandated to grant funds to civil society organisations (CSOs) in order to enhance their capacity and promote development dialogue, while also meeting the developmental needs of poor communities.
(File type: pdf; size: 366.9 KB)No. 97 of 1998
To amend the Skills Development Act, 1998, so as to define certain expressions; to broaden the purpose of the Act; to provide anew for the functions of the National Skills Authority; to provide anew for the composition of the National Skills Authority; to provide anew for the function of the SETAs, to provide for apprenticeships; to make further provision in respect of the implementation of employment services; to increase the quality and quantity of artisans; to repeal remaining sections of the current Manpower Training Act, 1981; to provide for Skills Development Institutes; to provide for t