Interflex Limpopo Info

Latest Revision: 14 June 2021
In terms of Section 51 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (“PAIA”) and in
terms of Section 17 of the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (“POPIA”).
The Company has elected to only provide the obligatory information in terms of Section 51 of PAIA.
No voluntary information is provided in terms of Section 52 of PAIA.
1. Introduction and Description of Business
Name of company: Interflex Limpopo Conveyor (Pty) Ltd
Company registration number: 2017/045302/07
Other registration numbers: n/a
Description of business: See below –
The Company supplies and sells a range of conveyor belt products to the mining sector and other
sectors as more fully described on its website: (“the Goods”) and
provides splicing, maintenance and related support services for its conveyor belt products (“the
2. Officer Details and Contact Details
List of Directors: CFP Jordaan
CEO: CFP Jordaan
Information Officer: BN van Niekerk
Deputy Information Officer (if applicable): n/a

Physical Office Address: 112 Christian Road, Nuffield, Springs, Gauteng, 1560
Postal Address: 112 Christian Road, Nuffield, Springs, Gauteng, 1560
Tel: +27 11 363 3728/9
Fax: n/a
3. PAIA and Section 10 Guide
PAIA grants a requester access to records of a private body (such as the Company), if the record
is required for the exercise or protection of any rights. If a public body lodges a request, the public
body must be acting in the public interest.
Requesters are referred to the Guide in terms of Section 10 of PAIA which has been compiled by
the South African Human Rights Commission (“SAHRC”), which will contain information for the
purposes of exercising one’s constitutional rights. The Guide is available from the SAHRC.
The contact details of the SAHRC are:
Office Address: JD House, 27 Stiemens Street, Braamfontein,
Johannesburg (Head Office)
Telephone: 011 877 3600
Email: (CEO’s Office)
Email: (Deputy Information Officer)
Requests in terms of PAIA shall be made in accordance with the prescribed procedures, at the
rates provided. The forms and tariffs are dealt with in paragraphs 6 and 7 of the Guide.

4. Applicable Legislation
The Company has assessed what legislation is applicable to it. Whilst all reasonable efforts have
been taken in this assessment we cannot guarantee that this is an exhaustive list. The following
is listed:
1. Constitution of the Republic of South Africa 108 of 1996
2. Companies Act 71 of 2008
3. Close Corporations Act 69 of 1984
4. Income Tax Act 95 of 1967
5. Value Added Tax Act 95 of 1967
6. Customs and Excise Act 91 of 1964
7. Currency and Exchanges Act 9 of 1933
8. Skills Development Act 97 of 1998
9. Skills Development Levies Act 9 of 1999
10. Tax Administration Act 28 of 2011
11. Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995
12. Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997
13. Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998
14. Unemployment Insurance Contributions Act 4 of 2002
15. Unemployment Insurance Act 30 of 1996
16. Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993
17. Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993
18. Black Economic Empowerment Act
19. Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999
20. Special Economic Zones Act 16 of 2014
21. Standards Act 8 of 2008
22. Electronic Communications Act 36 of 2005
23. Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002
24. Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000
25. Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2003
26. Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008
27. National Credit Act 34 of 2005
28. Financial Intelligence Centre Act 38 of 2001
29. Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act 12 of 2004
30. Hazardous Substances Act 15 of 1973
31. National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998
32. National Environmental Management: Air Quality Act 39 of 2004
33. National Environmental Management: Waste Act 59 of 2008

5. Schedule of Records
No Company Records are voluntarily made available. A requester is required to make a formal
request for any information sought.
Company records typically fall under the following categories:
Public Affairs
▪ Public corporate information
▪ Public product or services information
▪ Media releases
▪ Annual financial statements
▪ Financial and tax records
▪ Employee records
Products & Services and Marketing
▪ Market information
▪ Products and services
▪ Customers or clients
▪ Suppliers and service providers
6. Form of Request and Decision
To facilitate the processing of a request, a requester is asked to:
6.1 Use the prescribed form, available on the website of the South Africa Human Rights Commission
(SAHRC) at:, and see Annexure B hereto;
6.2 Address the request to the Head of the Company (CEO);

6.3 Provide sufficient details to enable the Company to identify:
(a) The record/s requested;
(b) The requester (and if an agent is lodging the request, proof of capacity);
(c) The form of access required;
(d) The email address and postal address of the requester in the RSA;
(e) If the requester wishes to be informed of the decision in any manner (in addition to furnishing
of a written decision) the manner and particulars thereof;
(f) The right which the requester is seeking to exercise or protect with an explanation of the
reason the record is required to exercise or protect the right.
6.4 The Company shall, as soon as reasonably possible, but within 30 days after the request has been
received: (a) decide in accordance with PAIA whether to grant the request; and (b) notify the
requester of the decision and, if the requester stated that they wish to be informed of the
decision in any other manner, inform them in that manner if it is reasonably possible.
6.5 If the request for access is granted, the notice shall state: (a) the access fee (if any) to be paid
upon access, (b) the form in which access will be given and (c) that the requester may lodge an
application with a court against the access fee to be paid or the form of access granted, and the
procedure, including the period allowed, for lodging the application.
6.6 If the request for access is refused, the notice shall: (a) state adequate reasons for the refusal,
including the provisions of PAIA relied on, (b) exclude, from any such reasons, any reference to
the content of the record and (c) state that the requester may lodge an application with a court
against the refusal of the request, and the procedure (including the period) for lodging the

7. Prescribed Fees
The following applies to requests (other than personal requests):
7.1 A requestor is required to pay the prescribed fees (R50.00) before a request will be processed;
7.2 If the preparation of the record requested requires more than the prescribed hours (six), a
deposit shall be paid (of not more than one third of the access fee which would be payable if the
request were granted);
7.3 A requestor may lodge an application with a court against the tender/payment of the request fee
and/or deposit;
7.4 Records may be withheld until the fees have been paid;
7.5 The fee structure is available on the website of the SAHRC at: `In
addition the contents of Annexure A hereto can be consulted.

1. The fee for a copy of the Manual is: R1.10 for every photocopy of an A4 size page or part
2. The request fee payable by a requester, other than a requester asking for their own personal
information, is: R50.
3. The fees for reproduction are as follows:
a) For every photocopy of an A4 size page or part thereof: R1.10
b) For every printed copy of an A4 size or part thereof held on a computer or in
electronic or machine readable form: R0.75
c) For a copy in a computer-readable form on disc or drive: R70
d) For a transcription of visual images, for an A4 size page or part thereof: R40
e) For a copy of visual images: R60
f) For a transcription of an audio record, for an A4 size page or part thereof: R20
g) For a copy of an audio record: R30
4. The actual postage is payable when a copy of a record must be posted to a requester.
5. The access fee to search for and prepare the record for disclosure is: R30 per hour or part
thereof (excluding the first hour), reasonably required for the search and preparation.
6. For purposes of Section 54(2) of PAIA, the following applies:
a) Six hours as the hours to be exceeded before a deposit is payable for the access fee
(see 5 above); and
b) One third of the access fee (see 5 above) is payable as a deposit by the requester.
The form can be accessed at: C.pdf
Alternatively, this form can be requested from the Company.