Agreement between the Kingdom of Swaziland and the Republic of South Africa relating to the establishment of an office for a Swaziland labour representative in the Republic and certain ancillary matters
Government Notice 121 of 1975
- Assented to on 22 September 1975
- Commenced on 22 September 1975
- [This is the version of this document at 1 December 1998.]
Article VIThe Government of Swaziland shall establish suitable facilities at convenient places in Swaziland where Swaziland citizens can apply for employment in the Republic of South Africa and where prospective employers or their authorised representatives can interview, select and engage such citizens and where the necessary processing of contracts and the documentation of recruits as well as their medical examination can be undertaken.
Article VIIArrangements between the Government of Swaziland on the one hand and any recruiting organisation on the other pertaining to the recruitment of Swaziland citizens in Swaziland for employment in the Republic of South Africa, whether existing or new, shall be subject to the approval of the two respective Governments.
Article VIIIEvery person leaving the Kingdom of Swaziland for the purpose of taking up employment in terms of this Agreement shall comply with the laws and regulations governing the admission to, residence in and departure from the Republic of South Africa.
Article XIINotwithstanding the provisions of this Agreement, it is hereby agreed that (a) in the case of emergency, (b) in respect of a visit for a period not exceeding fourteen days, and (c) in regard to certain frontier movements, the position can be dealt with as provided in the Addendum to this Agreement.IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned being duly authorised thereto by their respective Governments have signed this Agreement.DONE at Pretoria on this 22nd day of August, 1975, in duplicate in the Afrikaans and English languages, both texts being equally authentic:Provided that if there is any uncertainty concerning the interpretation of this Agreement, the English text shall prevail.
History of this document
01 December 1998 this version
22 September 1975