Scribante Labour is a major stakeholder in the building of an ethical platform for all labour consulting practices and is represented in the following areas:

Constructional Eng Certificate


UIF Certification

Tax Clearance Certification


Department of Labour


Bargaining Council of The Civil Engineering Industry



Skills Development Act



The Confederation of Associations in the Private Employment Sector (CAPES) is an umbrella body, formed in 2002, when the need for a unified voice for the South African staffing industry became apparent.

CEA Siefsa



Accredited Labour Brokers offer risk-free flexible employment solution


The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) is a national employer Federation representing the metal and engineering industry. For 70 years, SEIFSA has provided active support for employer Associations and lobbied for policies that have improved the business environment in which its members operate.



APSO is dedicated to setting and promoting professional standards that will empower members to grow successful enterprises and deliver excellent service.

Our Four Business Pillars on which we are driving Professionalism are:

Lobbing & Advocacy

Professional Development

Knowledge & Support

Ethics & Best Practice



BUSA – Transformation Portfolio


BUSA aims to ensure that organised business plays a constructive role in ensuring an economic and socio-economic policy environment conducive to inclusive economic growth, development and economic transformation. Such an environment is critical for businesses of all sizes and in all sectors to thrive, expand and be competitive at both domestically and internationally.



NEDLAC is an almost unique statutory body enabling labour, business and other constituencies of civil society to participate directly in the formulation of policy and law before its is presented to Parliament.



The BMF espouses a value system which embraces high standards and sets tone and measure in business ethics, not only amongst black organisation, but South African society in general.

Services Seta


The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSETA) was established and registered in March 2000 in terms of the skills development Act of 1998 and is responsible for the disbursement of the training levies payable by all employers. These levies are collected by the South African Revenue Service (SARS) via the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), and are to be disbursed through a management system motivated by skills requirement assessment and monitoring.

Bargaining Councils:





To sustain collective bargaining through administering and ensuring compliance with industry standards.



Accredited Labour Brokers offer risk-free flexible employment solution


Companies that use the services of Labour Brokers that have been accredited by the Constructional Engineering Association’s Labour Broking Division have the assurance that these Labour Brokers are fully compliant with all labour legislation, the metal industry’s Main Agreement, the MEIBC levies and collective agreements, and are in good standing with SARS, the Compensation Commissioner and the Unemployment lnsurance Fund, as well as being compliant with the criteria listed below. The current Main Agreement states that no employer may use the services of brokers who do not comply with these criteria.





National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight Industry

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