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Manual prepared in accordance with Section 51 of The Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (“The Act”) for Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc.


 The purpose of this document is to provide information to those who wish to request records in terms of the Act.  The Act is applicable to the offices detailed below within South Africa (SA).

2.Postal and other addresses

2.1.Cape Town

2.1.1.Postal address P O Box 2293
Cape Town

2.1.2.Street address  1 North Wharf Square
Loop Street
Cape Town

2.1.3.Telephone number 021 410 2500

2.1.4.Electronic mail address



2.2.1.Postal address P O Box 3052

2.2.2.Street address Richefond Circle
Ridgeside Office Park

2.2.4.Telephone number 031 536 8600

2.2.4.Electronic mail address



2.3.1.Postal address P O Box 783347

2.3.2.Street address The MARC | Tower 1
129 Rivonia Road

2.3.3.Telephone number 011 269 7600

2.3.4.Electronic mail address



2.4.1.Postal address P O Box 940

2.4.2.Street address La Gratitude
97 Dorp Street
Western Cape

2.4.3.Telephone number 021 808 6620

2.4.4.Electronic mail address


2.5.Pro Bono offices

2.5.1.Alexandra address Office number 1, Sankopano Centre
Cnr. 12th Avenue and Reverend Sam Buti streets
2090 number 011 555 0980

2.5.2.Mitchells Plain address 1 Naboom Street
Mitchells Plain
Western Cape
7785 number 021 397 4241

3.The Guide to be published by the South African Human Rights Commission

3.1.In terms of Section 10 of the Act, of the South Africa Human Rights Commission, all SA firms are obliged to publish a Guide on how to use the Act in respect of their operations within SA.

3.2.This guide can be found at  Queries can be directed to –

 The South African Human Rights Commission

3.2.1.Physical address 3 Braampark Forum
33 Hoofd Street

3.2.2.Telephone 011 877 3600


4.Disclosure in terms of Section 52 of the South African Promotion of Access to Information Act

 No records are available in terms of section 52 of the Act.

5.Information / documents held in terms of other South African legislation

5.1.The following are some of the South African statutes in terms of which records are held by Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc. within SA.  This is not an exhaustive list and it must be pointed out that these records are not necessarily available to requestors in terms of the Act.

5.1.1.Companies Act, 2008

5.1.2.Income Tax Act, 1962

5.1.3.Value-Added Tax Act, 1991

5.1.4.Unemployment Insurance Act, 2001

5.1.5.Basic Conditions of Employment Act, 1997

5.1.6.Employment Equity Act, 1998

5.1.7.Insolvency Act, 1936

5.1.8.Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993

5.1.9.Skills Development Act, 1998

5.1.10.Financial Intelligence Centre Act, 2001

5.1.11.Pension Funds Act, 1956

5.1.12.Legal Practice Act, 2014

6.Records held by ENSafrica

6.1.Records relating to services performed for clients.  These include correspondence, opinions, pleadings and contracts

6.2.Records relating to the incorporation of ENSafrica’s shareholders and directors

6.3.Records relating to employees and ex-employees.  These include policies and procedures, details of employment, employee files and remuneration data.

6.4.Financial and administrative records and policies relating to ENSafrica’s activities

6.5.Intellectual property, being registered trademarks of ENSafrica.

6.6.Insurance records, including professional indemnity insurance in respect of ENSafrica, group life assurance and disability income protection insurance.

6.7.The ENSafrica provident fund records and rules.

6.8.Information technology, including computer software, support and maintenance agreements.

 Note: These records are not necessarily available to requestors in terms of the Act.

7.Contact persons

7.1.A request for access to records held by Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc. must be made by completing the prescribed request form and by delivering, posting, or submitting it to any of the addresses referred to in paragraph 2.1 to 2.4 above.

7.2.Please note that the prescribed access fee and request fee will be charged.

7.3.Copies of the request form as well as the details of the fees to be charged can be obtained at the website of the South African Human Rights Commission ( or that of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (, it is also attached hereto.

7.4.For further information, please contact, Ms Lee Mendelsohn or Ms Jane Naude at the above addresses.

8.Copies of this manual

8.1.Further copies of this manual can be obtained or inspected at ENSafrica’s South African offices at the addresses listed in 2.1 to 2.4 above.

8.2.This manual, or updated versions thereof, can also be found on ENSafrica’s website at


No information provided herein may in any way be construed as legal advice from ENSafrica and/or any of its personnel. ENSafrica does not warrant the correctness, completeness or accuracy of the information provided herein in any way and advice must be sought from ENSafrica before any action is taken based on the information provided herein. Consent must be obtained from ENSafrica before the information provided herein is reproduced in any way. ENSafrica disclaims any responsibility for action and/or positions taken without due consultation and/or for information reproduced without due consent. No person shall have any claim of any nature whatsoever arising out of, or in connection with, the information provided herein against ENSafrica and/or any of its personnel.