Mezuzah Security Services Gauteng

Accredited and Registered Bodies in South Africa

The Mandate of PSiRA derives from the Private Security Industry Regulation Act 56 of 2001. The primary objective of the Authority is to regulate the private security industry and to exercise effective control over the practice of the occupation of security service provider in the public and national interest and in the interest of the private security industry itself.

The service delivery environment with respect to SASSETA covers both the public and private sectors. The public security sector consists of government security agencies and law enforcement bodies, whose role is to protect and serve the public and the interests of the state. The private sector comprises of companies and bodies who provide private security and legal services.

The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) is a Quality Council established in 2010 in terms of the Skills Development Act (Act 97 of 1998) as amended in 2008.  The QCTO also offers guidance to skills development providers (private and public) and assessment centres who must be accredited by the QCTO in order to implement occupational qualifications.

CEO has a national footprint of offices and a membership base of over 18,000 employers, including private and public entities, from SMMEs (Small, Medium and Micro-Sized Enterprises) to large businesses across South Africa. Our experience enables us to effectively deal with labour related issues on behalf of the employer.

The Department of Employment and Labour will play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality through a set of policies and programmes developed in consultation with social partners, which are aimed  at:​

  • Improved economic efficiency and productivity
  • Employment creation
  • Sound labour relations
  • Eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace
  • Alleviating poverty in employment

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.

The Private Security Sector Provident Fund has over 330 000 active members and assets worth more than R 11.5 billion. The Fund through its Board of Trustees has maintained a solid track record in protecting members’ interest and safeguarding the value of active members’ retirement savings. Since the PSSPF came into effect in 2002, it is improving members and their families’ lives by providing better retirement, disability, death and funeral benefits. The provision of such benefits has directly and indirectly benefited more than 2 million families who are part of this legislated fund.

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.

It is our vision to build a smart, modern SARS with unquestionable integrity that is trusted and admired.

NEASA was the first employers association to register under the Labour Relations Act of 1995, which allowed for the registration of employers’ associations not limited to specific industries. The first meeting of NEASA took place on 3 April 1996, when the steering committee, under the leadership of the current Chief Executive (Gerhard Papenfus), met in Johannesburg.