Access to Information Act
Name of Body : MAX Internet Technologies cc (t/a Maxitec)
Physical Address : 155 Main Road, Rothnick Croft Building, Hermanus, 7200
Postal Address : Postal Address : Suite 86, Private Bag x15, Hermanus, 7200
Head of Body: Ron Holloway
Telephone: 028 - 313 2596
Fax: 028 – 313 0495
E-mail: admin@ maxitec.co.za
(Information required under section 51(1)(b) of the Act)
A guide on how to use the Act is to be compiled by the Human Rights Commission in terms of Section 10 of the Act by no later than August 2003. Any queries should be directed to:
The South African Human Rights Commission:
PAIA Unit, The Research and Documentation Department
(Copy of notice, if any, required under section 51(1)(c) of the Act)
Currently not available
(Information required under section 51(1)(d) of the Act)
Records are kept in accordance with such other legislation as is applicable to MAX Internet Technologies cc, which includes but is not limited to, the following legislation ; Companies Act 61 of 1973 Income Tax Act 58 of 1962 Unemployment Insurance Act 63 of 2001 Value Added Tax Act 89 of 1991 Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993 Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997 Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 Skills Development Levies Act 9 of 1999 Telecommunications Act 103 of 1996
- Form of request
- The requester must use the prescribed form to make the request for access to a record. This must be made to the head of the private body. This request must be made to the address, fax number or electronic mail address of the body concerned [s 53(1)].
- The requester must provide sufficient details on the request form to enable the head of the private body to identify the record and the requester. The requester should also indicate which form of access is required and specify a postal address or fax number in the Republic. The requester should also indicate if, in addition to a written reply, any other manner is to be used to inform the requester and state the necessary particulars to be so informed [s 53(2)(a) and (b) and (c) and (e)].
- The requester must identify the right that is sought to be exercised or protected and provide an explanation of why the requested record id required for the exercise or protection of that right [s 53(2)(d)].
- If a request is made on behalf of another person, the requester must submit proof of the capacity in which the requester is making the request to the satisfaction of the head of the private body.
- A requester who seeks access to a record containing personal information about that requester is not required to pay the request fee. Every other requester, who is not a personal requester, must pay the required request fee:
- The head of the private body must by notice the requester (other than the personal requester) to pay the prescribed request fee (if any) before further processing the request [s 54(1)].
- The fee that the requester must pay to a private body is R50. The requester may lodge an application to the court against the tender or payment of the request fee [s 54(3)(b)].
- After the head of the private body has made a decision on the request, the requester must be notified in the required form.
- If the request is granted then a further access fee must be paid for reproduction and for search and preparation and for any time that has exceeded the prescribed hours to search and prepare the record for disclosure [s 54(6)].
(Other information as may be prescribed under section 51(1)(f))
The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development has not made any regulation in this regard.
(Availability of manual under section 51(3))
This manual is available for inspection by the general public upon request, during office hours and free of charge, at the offices of MAX Internet Technologies cc. Copies may also be requested from the South African Human Rights commission and the Government Gazette.
(Prescribed forms 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.gov.za, under the “regulations” section.