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PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL TEMPORARY / PERMANENT CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT THIS CONTRACT IS ENTERED INTO AND BETWEEN

Herein represented by.......................... duly authorized thereto;

[hereinafter referred to as the Employer] AND .................................... [hereinafter referred to as the Employee]
EMPLOYEE DETAILS: Surname Full Names ID Number : : : ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. Bank ................................................. ................................................. ................................................. .................................................

Cell No/Tel No : Address : : Tax No :

Medical Condition : Banking Details :

Acc No Branch Type In the position of : -

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Date of engagement : ....................................................... Any changes to the above must be communicated to the Employer in writing within 5 (FIVE) days of the change. * THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED: I.D. DOCUMENT : .. DRIVERS LICENCE : .. PROOF OF ADDRESS : .. PROOF OF BANKING DETAILS : .. * PLEASE COMPLETE THE ATTACHED N.B.C.E.I. NOMINATION FORM (COMPULSORY) Page

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT AND JOB DESCRIPTION The Employer engages the services of the Employee and the Employee undertakes to render services to the Employer on the following conditions. Over and above the position offered by the Employer as stipulated in this Contract, the Employer retains the right to utilise the Employees services in any position as mutually agreed upon between the two Parties to the advancement of the business of the Employer. The Employee accepts the duties and responsibilities as stipulated in the job description upon commencement of his duties. The Employee undertakes that should the work as requested cease, be postponed or suspended that he will make himself available to conduct any other work, which is within his capabilities without any loss of remuneration. The rendering of services in any other position is not the right of the Employee and the Employer reserves the right to terminate the services of the Employee if no other work is available or accepted by the Employee. The Employees appointment and the terms and conditions of this agreement will be in accordance with and subject to the provisions of the Labour Relations Act, the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and the Main Collective Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the collective agreement) of the National Bargaining Council for the Electrical Industry (hereinafter referred to as the NBCEI), as amended from time to time. Should there not be sufficient work, then the Employer reserves the right to have the Employee work on short time, and will give the Employee 2 (TWO) days notice as provided for in the collective agreement.

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DEFINITIONS In this agreement, unless otherwise stipulated or if the contents and/or context of this agreement imply otherwise, male shall also mean female and the singular shall also include the plural and vice versa.

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PRIVATE BUSINESS / VISITORS The Employee agrees that he must do his personal and private business out of working hours and that he may not have any personal interviews or visitors in connection with his personal and private affairs with any person whilst on duty or whilst on the premises of the Employer or premises of the Employers clients. In the event of unforeseen events the necessary permission must be obtained from the Employer and the permission will not be unreasonably withheld. The Employee will not engage in any work which may have a negative influence on his work and/or working relationship with the Employer. The Employee may not engage in any business activities which either clashes with or is in competition with the business of the Employer. The Employee may not do any private work, be that within the scope and application of his qualifications and experience or not.

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TIME SHEETS Hours of work will be in accordance with the shift roster as provided by Management from time to time. It is a requirement that the Employees presence at work be recorded according to the time sheet in operation at the workplace.

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HOURS OF WORK The Employee will engage in a 44-hour work-week, over a five day period, as set out hereunder / in a shift roster, provided by the Employer to the Employee from time to time as stipulated in the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. The Employees working hours will be as follows: Monday to Friday Lunch : : 07:00 17:00 1 hour after the completion of 5 consecutive working hours per day. Page

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REMUNERATION The Employees remuneration will be R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Employee is a monthly / weekly / forth nightly paid Employee. The Employees remuneration is subject to revision on Managements discretion, which will be explained to the Employee during the course of his employment and will be in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement.

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DEDUCTIONS AND LIMITATION ON CESSION / TRANSFER OF SALARY The Employee authorizes the Employer, to during the course of his employment, deduct all relevant statutory deductions, including but not necessarily limited to LBS, PAYE and UIF as well as Pension contributions, SBF, ASF and NBCEI levies from his salary. The Employee may not cede or transfer his salary or any part thereof to any third party and the Employer reserves the right to refuse to pay the Employees salary to a third party, unless obliged to do so in terms of an order of court.

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OVERTIME Overtime will be according to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and the collective agreement, and the Employee undertakes to work overtime for the Employer as required from time to time. The Employee acknowledges the necessity of overtime and the fact that a reasonable request from the Employer may not be refused. Should the Employee require time off in lieu of overtime worked, it must be arranged with the Employer in advance, unless the Employee is exempted from the relevant provisions of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.

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LEAVE Annual Leave The Employee is entitled to at least three weeks 21 consecutive days leave on full pay in respect of each annual leave cycle; or by agreement at least one day of annual leave on full pay for every seventeen days on which the Employee worked; or one hour of annual leave on full pay for every seventeen hours on which the Employee worked.

This leave will be taken at the end of the year when the business of the Employer closes for the holidays. No further days during the year will be allowed as annual leave unless agreed upon by management. This leave will be paid out to the Employee on termination in the event of no absence from working having been recorded. Sick Leave During each sick leave cycle the Employee will be entitled to six weeks paid sick leave in a period of 36 months. During the first six months of employment, an Employee is entitled to one days paid sick leave for every 26 days worked. It is the Employees duty to inform his Supervisor or his Employer before the start of the shift of the Employees absence from work due to illness. A valid Medical Certificate from a medical practitioner that is registered with the SA Medical and Dental Council and not a nurse or clinic nurse, should be produced for the Employees absence for a period of 2 (TWO) days or more. Failure to do so will result in unpaid leave being processed. However, in the event of absence without Page

permission/notification, or by not providing a valid Medical Certificate, the no work no pay rule will apply, subject to disciplinary procedures. An employer shall not be required to pay an employee in terms of clause 21 of this Agreement if the employee has been absent from work for more than two consecutive days or on more than two occasions during an eight-week period and, on request by the employer, does not produce a medical certificate stating that the employee was unable to work for the duration of the employee's absence on account of sickness or injury. The medical certificate shall be issued and signed by a medical practitioner or any other person who is certified to diagnose and treat patients and who is registered with a professional council established by an Act of Parliament. Maternity Leave An Employee is entitled to at least four consecutive months unpaid maternity leave. Family Responsibility Leave The Employee is entitled to 3 days paid family responsibility leave per year, on request, when the Employees child is born or sick, or in the event of the death of the Employees spouse or life partner, or the Employees parent, adoptive parent, grandparent, child, adopted child or sibling. The Employer may require reasonable proof. 10. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS The Employee will be granted all public holidays as announced by Parliament. The Employee will be compensated for the hours that he has physically worked on a Public Holiday at double the hourly rate. However, Management will mandate the work on a Public Holiday by the Employee. 11. WORK ON SUNDAYS The Employer will pay the Employee for work on a Sunday at double the Employees wage for each hour worked unless the Employee ordinarily works on a Sunday, in which case the Employer will pay the Employee at one and one-half times the Employees wage for each hour worked. 12. GENERAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT The Employee undertakes to perform his duties to the best of his ability and in terms of the standards set down by the Employer and will abide by the rules, regulations and customs of the Employer now or at any time hereafter in force. The Employee confirms that he is suitably qualified to perform the work for which he is employed in terms of this Contract. Any misrepresentation thereof will be considered to be a breach of this Contract on the part of the Employee and therefore may lead to the termination thereof. The Employee agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Employer, including safety and security policies, regulations and instructions as well as the disciplinary code and procedures, upon commencement of his duties. The Employee is therefore requested to familiarise himself with the Companys Disciplinary Code and Procedure on commencement of his duties, to which he is subject. 13. RECOVERY OF EXPENSES Any advance or costs incurred by the Company on behalf of the Employee during the course of the Employees employment will be recovered by the Employer on date of termination of the services of the Employee or on a pro-rata basis as arranged or if prevented by any Bargaining Council Agreement by means of civil prosecution. The Employee agrees that any personal loans or Page

advances to the Employee from the Employer will, subject to the Credit Act, be deducted from the Employees remuneration prior to any payment being made in respect of the Employees remuneration. If this agreement is terminated, either by the Employer or the Employee, and the Employee is at that point in time indebted to the Employer for whatever reason(s) the Employer has and will have the right to withhold any notice payment, leave payment or any other payment that is payable to the Employee on the termination date of this agreement by the Employer to the Employee, and the Employers right to take legal action to recover such indebtedness is not and will not be prejudiced by anything contained in this agreement. The Employee excepts that he is not entitled to any loans whatsoever and that the granting and / or not granting of any loans to the Employee is purely and solely in the discretion of the Employer. The Employee agrees that the provisions and stipulations of the abovementioned will stand even in the event of the Employer lending money to a co-worker of the Employee. The Employee agrees that if the Employer grant any loans to the Employee, the Employee must sign for the receipt of any such loans and that a signed receipt will be prima facie proof of such loans. The Employee agrees that the Employer will be entitled to charge the Employee any legal financing charges and / or interest if the Employer should grant any loans to the Employee. The Employee further indemnifies the Employer from any form of prosecution be it civil or criminal in respect of deductions from the Employees remuneration or wage. The Employee hereby agrees that any deductions in respect of damages/loss incurred by the Employer due to the Employees negligence, as well as personal loans or advances to the Employee which the Employer may give from time to time will be deducted prior to the Employees remuneration being paid to the Employee. The Employer further agrees not to deduct more than 25% from the Employees remuneration, as per the Provisions of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. 14. ACCOUNT The Employee agrees and understands that he is under an absolute obligation to give immediate and thorough account of all monies, securities, vouchers, bills of exchange, cheques and all other documents and/or other advantage which may come into his possession or under his attention as an Employee of the Employer. The Employee also agrees that he must give immediate and thorough account of any apparent or suspected loss and/or damage and/or defect and/or disadvantages to the property and/or business of the Employer related to any cause that may come under his attention or to his knowledge while acting as an Employee or the Employer. 15. VEHICLES Vehicles are provided for work purposes only. Authorization must be obtained from the Employer for any personal use of a vehicle. Vehicles must be kept neat and clean at all times. Vehicles must be inspected first thing every morning for inter alia, roadworthiness, service dates, license renewals etc. The Employee will be responsible for the vehicle allocated to him for work purposes. The Employee must ensure that the vehicle as well as the gear lock is locked at all times. The Employee will be held accountable for loss of the vehicle or equipment due to the Employees negligence. The Employee will be liable for all traffic fines and violations incurred during the period that the Employee is allocated the vehicle.

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SAFETY CLOTHING AND TOOLS If applicable, safety and/or (fire) brand clothes will be provided by the Company. The Employee, however, is required to pay a 50% deposit of such safety and/or (fire) brand clothes which will be returned to the Employee on termination of employment if such items are returned to the Employer. The Employer agrees to supply the Employee with 2 sets of uniforms per year and it is the responsibility of the Employee to maintain the uniforms. The Employee agrees to take decent care of any clothing and/or equipment and/or uniform, which may be issued to him by the Employer. The Employee also agrees to take decent care not to leave any equipment or materials on work sites and the Employee accepts that he will be held accountable for any loss of such equipment or material due to his negligence. The Employee undertakes to leave all sites neat and clean once work has been completed.

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SEARCHING AND TESTING OF EMPLOYEE The Employee agrees that his person or personal belongings, on the Employers premises, may be searched by an appointed person. This is subject to male Employees being searched by a male inspector and female Employees by a female inspector. No Employee is allowed to report for duty when under the influence of alcohol or drugs as he will not only endanger himself but others as well. The Employee also agrees to random alcohol/drug testing should the Employer request it.

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PROBATIONARY AND NOTICE PERIOD The appointment of the Employee is subject to a three month probationary period. Notice periods for the termination of this agreement will be:one weeks written notification period within the first six months of employment; two weeks written notification after a period of six months, but less than twelve months; and four weeks written notification after a period of twelve months.

In the event of the Employee terminating, it is his responsibility to collect his last time sheet, ensure that a last shift has been recorded, that they are checked and signed by his Supervisor and return it to the office for processing. Remuneration due to the Employee as a result of termination will only be paid on a MONTHLY basis. 19. DESERTION If an Employee is absent from work for any reason, he/she must immediately inform the Employer. Should he be absent for more than 5 continuous days without having reported to or informed the Employer of the reason for the absence, the Employee will be deemed to have absconded. A disciplinary hearing will be held with or without the employee being present. 20. CONFIDENTIALITY All information of a confidential nature acquired by the Employee during the course of the Employees employment with the Employer will be treated as such by the Employee and will not be disclosed without the written authorisation of the Employer. 21. TERMINATION OF CONTRACT This Agreement is valid from date of engagement, and will continue to be in effect unless it is terminated as stipulated hereunder. Page

OR This Agreement is valid for a period of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., from the date of commencement, whereas the Employees service will automatically be terminated on the expiry date, which will be . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . During this period and any other subsequent employment periods as stipulated, the Employer will be entitled to terminate the Employees service if: The period of service, as stated in the Contract, elapses. On notice as stipulated in this Contract, by either Party, to the other at any time or on such other longer or shorter period of notice as per mutual agreement. Summarily if the Employee is guilty of conduct, which in terms of the law, would justify summary dismissal, including, but not confined to drunkenness on duty, neglect of duty, absence from work for any reasons other than injury or illness, refusal to obey a lawful order, or wilfully causing any damage to machinery or other property of the Employer. Any act as provided for by the Disciplinary Code and Procedure. Automatically by the participation of the Employee in any strike in which it would be an offence under the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995, for him or any other person to take part. If there is reduction in market price or a decrease in the demand for the product of the Employer, or owing to an act of God, or any other reason beyond the control of the Employer, where he is unable to provide work for the Employee. Apart from a voluntary termination of employment by the Employee or a termination by effluxion of the period for which the agreement has been entered into, any termination of the employment of the Employee will be in accordance with the processes and the principles of substantive and procedural fairness as laid down in the Labour Relations Act, 1995, as amended from time to time. 22. MEDICAL CONDITIONS As the work that the Employee will from time to time do, may require a high degree of care and compliance with safety requirements, the Employee undertakes to inform the Employer of any medical condition and / or medication used for a medical condition which may adversely affect the Employees ability to do such work with the necessary care and in compliance with the required safety conditions. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND WHOLE AGREEMENT The Employee acknowledges by his signature hereto that he understands the contents of this Contract and signifies acceptance of the terms and conditions as stipulated in this Contract and declare that he is psychologically and physically fit to perform his duties and that should he provide any false or misleading information/evidence to the effect of his employment, it will automatically lead to his immediate dismissal. It is further agreed to between the Employer and Employee that this constitutes the whole of the agreement between them and that no amendment, addition, alteration or consensual cancellation will be of any force or effect unless reduced to writing and signed by both parties. This done and signed at . on this. . . . . . day of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 .................................. EMPLOYER .................................. WITNESS

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This done and signed at on this. . . . . . day of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

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