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Pres Les (Pty) Ltd
Manual prepared in accordance with Section 51 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2000.
The purpose of the manual is to assist potential requestors as to the procedures to be followed when requesting access to information/documents from Pres Les (Pty) Ltd as contemplated in terms of the Act.
The manual will be amended from time to time and as soon as any amendments have been finalised, the latest version of the manual will be made public.
Any requestor is advised to contact the Company Secretary should he/she require any assistance in respect of the utilization of this manual and/or the requesting of information/documentation from Pres Les (Pty) Ltd.
The following words shall bear the following meaning in the manual:
In terms of Section 10 of the Act, a guide will be compiled by the South African Human Rights Commission containing such information as may be required by a person who wishes to exercise any right contemplated in terms of the Act. The guide will be made available in all official languages by the SAHRC.
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At this stage no notice(s) has/have been published.
Pres Les keeps information/documents in accordance with the following legislation (please note that this is not an exhaustive list):
The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development has to date not published any regulation in terms of this Section.
REQUEST FOR ACCESS TO RECORD OF PRIVATE BODY
(Section 53(1) of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000
(Act No. 2 of 2000)
This section must be completed ONLY if a request for information is made on behalf of another person.
If you are prevented by a disability to read, view or listen to the record in the form of access provided for in 1 to 4 hereunder, state your disability and indicate in which form the record is required.
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If the provided space is inadequate, please continue on a separate folio and attach it to this form. The requester must sign all the additional folios.
You will be notified in writing whether your request has been approved/denied. If you wish to be informed in another manner, please specify the manner and provide the necessary particulars to enable compliance with your request.
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The Pres Les Language Policy
Pres Les employs people of diverse cultures and languages in manufacturing, sales, marketing and administration and all communication, internally or externally, is in English.
Credit Instalment documentation is in English and we offer the Terms and Conditions relating to the Pre-Agreement Statement/Quotation and Instalment Agreement in English, Xhosa, Zulu and Afrikaans in printed form.
Pres Les operates a Customer Care Centre at its Head Office, which offers assistance to our sales consultants and customers in English, Xhosa, Zulu and Afrikaans.
A copy of this policy and the Terms and Conditions relating to the Pre-Agreement Statement/Quotation and Instalment Agreement, in the 4 languages mentioned above, are available from our offices at Pres Les House, 3 Wilge Road, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708.
Umgaqo-nkqubo wolwimi wakwaPres Les
UPres Les uqeshe abantu abankcubeko nabalwimi zahlukeneyo kwindawo ekuveliswakuyo, kwezentengiso, kwezorhwebo nakwezolawulo kwaye unxibelelwano lonke, olwangaphakathi okanye olwangaphandle lwenziwa ngesiNgesi.
Amaxwebhu ezavenge zokubhatala amatyala angesiNgesi kwaye sinikezela imiGaqo nemiQathango ebhekiselele kwiNgxelo-yangaphambili yesiVumelwano/ iNgxelo yexabiso kunye nesiVumelwano sokuhlawula ngezavenge sishicilelwe ngesiNgesi, ngesiXhosa, isiZulu kunyenesiBhulu.
UPres Les uqhuba iZiko lokuNceda abaThengi kwiOfisi yakhe enguNdlunkulu, ethi inike noncedo kubacebisi bentengiso nabathengi ngesiNgesi, isiXhosa, isiZulu nesiBhulu.
Ikopi yalomgaqo-nkqubo kunye nemiGaqo, nemiQathango ebhekiselele kwiNgxelo-yangaPhambili yesiVumelwano /iNgxeloye-Xabiso nesiVumelwano sokuhlawula ngezaVenge, ingeelwimi ezi-4 ezikhankanyiweyo ngasentla, iyafumaneka kwii-ofisi zethu kwindlu yakwaPres Les, engunombolo 3 Wilge Road Claremont eKapa, 7708.
Inqubomgomo Yolimi yakwa-Pres Les
U-Pres Les uqasha abantu bezinhlanga kanye nezilimi ezehlukene ekukhiqizeni, ekudayiseni, kwezo kumaketha kanye nakwezokuphatha nokuxhumana konke, ngaphandle nangaphakathi, kungesiNgisi.
Izincwadi zezitolimende zesikweleti zingesiNgisi futhi sinikeza imigomo nemibandela ehlobene nezitatimende ezenziwa ngaphambi kwesivumelwano/amakhotheshini kanye nezivumelwano ezezitolimende ngesiNgisi, isiXhosa, isiZulu kanye nesiBhunu eziyimibhalo.
U-Pres Les unesikhungo sokubhekelelwa kwamakhasimende ehovisi layo eliyinhloko, esinikeza usizo kubasebenzi bethu okubuzwa kubo mayelana nokuthengiselana kanye namakhasimende ethu ngesiNgisi, isiXhosa, isiZulu kanye nesiBhunu.
Ikhophi yalenqubomgomo kanye nemigomo nemibandela ehlobene nezitatimende ezenziwa ngaphambi kwesivumelwano/amakhotheshini kanye nezivumelwane, engalezizilimi ezine ezingenhla, kuyatholakala emahovisi ethu e-Pres Les House, 3 Wilge Road, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708.
Pres Les het mense van verskillende kulture en tale in hul diens by vervaardiging, verkope, bemarking en administrasie, en alle kommunikasie, intern of ekstern, is in Engels.
Kredietpaaiementdokumentasie is in Engels, en ons voorsien die Bepalings en Voorwaardes ten opsigte van die Voorafooreenkoms/Kwotasie en Afbetalingsooreenkoms in Engels, Xhosa, Zulu en Afrikaans in gedrukte formaat.
Pres Les bedryf ’n Kliëntesorgsentrum by hulle hoofkantoor, wat hulp bied aan ons verkoopskonsultante en kliënte in Engels, Xhosa, Zulu en Afrikaans.
’n Afskrif van hierdie beleid en die Bepalings en Voorwaardes ten opsigte van die Voorafooreenkoms/Kwotasie en Afbetalingsooreenkoms in die vier tale wat bo genoem word, is by ons kantoor by Pres Les House, Wilgestraat 3, Claremont, Kaapstad, 7708 beskikbaar.