Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority
The Director, Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority, Private Bag X817,
REQUIREMENTS TO REGISTER A BUSINESS as at 01 June 2012
Manual of Information to be purchased on registration (please familiarize yourself with the Act and
Regulations – IGNORANCE OF THE APPLICABLE LEGISLATION IS NOT AN EXCUSE) -
Completed application form (SIRA 1 & 2) & relevant documents
- street address and administration offices
address to be completed in black ink.
Registration fee of
R2000.00 – cash deposit or bank guaranteed cheque - not refundable – deposit slip to be
attached to the application
Prescribed amount in respect of two months annual amount
R 500.00 – cash deposit or bank guaranteed cheque
– deposit slip to be attached to the application
Infrastructure assessment of
cash deposit or bank guaranteed
cheque - not refundable – deposit slip to be attached to the application
Total amount R 4650.00
Entity documentation required for registering a:
(DOCUMETS MUST NO BE OLDER THAN 30 DAY’S)
Close Corporation - CK Documentation – Apply at CIPRO/ D.T.I
Company - CM1, CM2, CM27, CM29, CM31, CM46
- APPLY AT CIPRO/D.T.I
Partnership - Partnership Agreement – MUST BE DRAFTED BY AN ATTORNEY
Trust - Trust Documents– MASTER OF THE HIGH COURT
Individual documentation required from each Member, Director, Partner, Trustee
Suretyship Form (SIRA 4) to be signed. (Attached to SIRA 2) - To be completed in black ink
Must be registered as a security service provider with a Grade E – B
Business documentation required
6.1 Tax Clearance Certificate - Apply at SARS
(South African Revenue Service)
VAT Registration Number – if applicable
U.I.F – (Applicable only if already registered with Labour Dept)
C.O.I.D – (Applicable only if already registered with Labour Dept)
Professionally prepared Business Plan for 1 year
Resolution stating that they will be able to operate for the next year.
Specimen Resolution to be submitted on Business Letterhead
. (Attached to SIRA 2)
Infrastructure of the Office:
Office to be equipped with a desk, chair , working fax and telephone line plus a lockable filling cabinet or personal computer - must be an immovable structure.
MONTHLY FEES (once registered)
NB! MONTHLY FEES ARE PAYABLE WHETHER YOUR COMPANY IS OPERATIONAL OR NOT.
Payable by business (annually) - R354.17 per month + R7.00
per registered security service provider in employ including
member, directors, etc. as well as
to be deducted from security service providers in employ and to be paid over
ANNUAL FEES TO BE PAID BEFORE OR ON THE 7
OF EVERY MONTH
BANK DEPOSITS MUST ONLY BE PAID IN CASH (NO CHEQUE DEPOSITS)
AND A COPY BE HANDED OVER TO PSIRA,CLIENT WILL KEEP THE ORIGINAL.
OR ALTERNATIVELY YOU CAN PAY AT OUR OFFICES DIRECTLY.
Payments to be made out to the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority
Your Company’s reg. no.(ck/cm) or Id no. (NOT NAME OF BUSINESS)
NO APPLICATION(S) WILL BE ACCEPTED IF ANY
OF THE ABOVEMENTIONED REQUIREMENTS ARE
OUTSTANDING. PLEASE NOTE REGISTRATION
FEES & INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT FEE IS
(FOR SECURITY REASONS)
KINDLY MAKE SURE THAT YOU COME COLLECT YOUR BUSINESS CERTIFICATE IN
PERSON AND BRING US YOUR GREEN BAR-CODED IDENTITY DOCUMENT AND NOT
YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE.
Gladintine Radebe Josias Skhosana
012 003 0617
086 566 3337
086 605 1017
086 219 6840
Private Security Industry
Regulatory Authority (SIRA)
Application for registration as a security service
PRIVATE BAG X817
provider in terms of the Private Security Industry
Regulation Act 56 of 2001 (“the Act”)
APPLICATION IN RESPECT OF A
Indicate the nature of the security service/s you intend to render to clients (mark with ‘X’)
STREET ADDRESS OF ADMINISTRATION OFFICE (if different to street address of applicant business)
Provide particulars below of – (1) the owner of sole proprietorship, (2) every director of a company, (3) every member of a close corporation, (4) all trustees of business trust, (5) al partners of a partnership, (6) all administrators or persons in control of a foundation or other body, (7) al persons who perform executive or managing functions in relation to the applicant business (in so far as they are not listed under another category).
Declaration and undertaking
I, the undersigned, duly authorized by the applicant business hereby warrant that the information furnished in this application, as well as any
documentation submitted in support of this application, is to the best of my knowledge true and correct.
Manual of Information (Compulsory with new registration)
Duly completed individual applications for registration as security service providers, accompanied by al the required supporting documentation, in respect of all directors/members/partners/trustees/administrators and persons performing executive or managing functions of the applicant security business, as the case may be, if they are not already registered as security service providers;
An authenticated copy of the CK1 and CK2 documentation if the applicant is a close corporation;
An authenticated copy of the CM1, CM2, CM27, CM29 and CM31 documentation if the applicant is a company;
A list, certified as correct by the duly appointed auditor of the applicant, if the applicant is a company which is not listed publicly with the names, identity numbers and street addresses of al shareholders of the applicant as at the date when the application for registration is made, or such certified particulars of all shareholders of the applicant who own or control 5% or more of the total shareholding of the applicant if the applicant is a publicly listed company;
An authenticated copy of the partnership agreement if the applicant is a partnership;
An authenticated copy of the trust deed and authorization from the Master of the High Court to the trustees if the applicant is a trust;
An authenticated copy of the documentation establishing the foundation if the applicant is a foundation;
An authenticated copy of the documentation or authority in terms of which the applicant is established or functions if it is a body or entity other than a company, close corporation, partnership, trust or foundation.
10. A tax clearance certificate from the South African Revenue Service, unless the director dispenses with this requirement for a sound reason; and
11. A declaration and substantiation to the Authority in such format as may be prescribed by the Authority regarding the applicant’s infrastructure and
capacity to render a security service (Business Plan).
12. A list of branch offices operated by the applicant specifying region, business address, telephone number, facsimile number and the name of the
person in control of that branch office.
13. Particulars of firearms licenses and permits issued to the applicant security service provider.
14. A resolution in such format as may be prescribed by the Authority passed at a duly constituted meeting of the owners/directors/members/
trustees/partners of the applicant authorizing the owner/director/member/partner/trustee signing this application to do so.
15. Suretyship/guarantee undertaking in the prescribed format (SIRA-4).
The onus to ensure that all requirements for application and registration are met rests on the applicant.
The application fee will not be refunded in the event that the application for registration is refused for whatsoever reason.
3. The monthly fees payable by a registered security businesses are an amount of R250.00 plus 70 cents (VAT included) per security officer
4. An amount of R7.00 must be deducted monthly from the wages of each security officer employed by the security business and be paid over to the
Your attention is drawn to the infrastructural and capacity assessment that will be conducted by the Authority in terms of Regulations 5
(Refer SIRA form 26). Failure to meet these requirements may result in your application for registration being refused.
Security Industry Regulatory Authority
Application Checklist - Business
Application for registration by an individual in respect of each person who performs or will perform executive or managing functions, a director, member, partner, trustee or administrator of a security business or persons who manage, control or
supervise the rendering of a security service, unless already registered as a security service provider, together with requirements as per individual application checklist.
A surety form in the prescribed format (SIRA 4) in respect of each director, member, partner, trustee or administrator of a security
business unless already registered as a security service provider, together with requirements as per individual application
CK1 and CK2 if applicant is a close corporation
CM1, CM2, CM27, CM29, CM31 if applicant is a company
Partnership agreement if the applicant is a partnership
Documentation establishing the foundation if the applicant is a foundation
Such other documentation establishing the applicant if it is a business entity other than a close corporation, company, partnership,
List furnished by the duly appointed auditor of shareholders of the applicant in the event that the applicant is a company
Resolution by the applicant business in the prescribed format to apply for registration as a security service provider
Certified copies of ID and Grade B Psira certificate
Specimen resolution to be submitted with application for registration as a security
service provider (security business)
Resolution passed at a duly constituted meeting of the __________________________________
(owner/directors/members/trustees/partners) of ____________________________________________________ (registered name of
business), ______________________________________________ (registration number) held at _____________________
(place) at __________________________ (time) on _________________________ (date).
That ________________________________________________ (name of natural person) in his/her capacity as
__________________________ (owner/director/member/trustee/partner) be and is hereby authorized to make application to
the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority in terms of Section 21 of the Private Security Industry Regulation Act 56 of
2001 on behalf of _____________________________________ (registered name of business) to be registered as a security
Specimen signature of duly authorized person
(all owners/directors/members/trustees/partners to sign)
Private Security Industry
Regulatory Authority (SIRA)
PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY
PRIVATE BAG X817
“Suretyship in terms of Regulation 2(4)
(c) of the Regulations made under the
Private Security Industry Regulation
Act No. 56 of 2001”
Full name and identity number (hereinafter called “the Surety”)
hereby bind myself jointly and several y in favour of:
THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY REGULATORY AUTHORITY
(Established in terms of Act No. 56 of 2001)
(hereinafter called “the Authority”)
as Surety for and co-principal debtor in solidum with:
(hereinafter called “the Applicant Business”)
for the payment of every amount which may now or at any time hereafter be or become owing by the Applicant Business to the Authority in terms of
the Private Security Industry Regulation Act (“the Act”), any Regulations made under the Act, the Private Security Industry Levies Act or any other
amount due and payable to the Authority, and for the due performance of every obligation, howsoever arising, which the Applicant Business may
now or at any time hereafter be or become bound to perform in favour of the Authority, its predecessor or lawful successors in title
This agreement shall establish a continuing covering liability on my part for whatsoever amount/s and whatsoever other obligation/s will be owing by the Applicant Business to the Authority for the time being, notwithstanding any intermediate discharge or settlement of the amount and notwithstanding insolvency (which term, shall for all intents and purposes of this agreement include sequestration, surrender, winding up and judicial management) or legal disability of the Applicant Business, until the Authority agrees in writing to cancel this agreement.
Without restricting the generality of anything hereinbefore contained the Surety’s liability hereunder shall not be limited to the principal sum of indebtedness of the Applicant Business to the Authority but shall also cover al amounts making up the indebtedness.
An admission or acknowledgement of indebtedness by the Applicant Business shall be binding on the Surety;
A certificate signed by the Director of the Authority as to the existence and amount of the indebtedness of the Applicant Business to the Authority at any time and as to the fact that the same is due and payable, shall be sufficient proof, for the purposes of provisional sentence or summary judgment against the Surety in any competent court, of the existence of the debt(s) referred to in such certificate, and amount/s owing thereon and the fact that such amount/s is/are liquidated and due and owing and has/have not been paid;
No extension of time or other indulgence in respect of any payment or performance, no delay or omission in demanding or enforcing any payment or performance, no whole or partial release from liability and no compromise or other arrangement in respect of the extent, amount, duration, reduction or postponement of liability, granted or allowed by the Authority to the Applicant Business or to the Surety, and no realization, release or abandonment (wholly or partial y) of any security for any indebtedness covered hereby, shal discharge the Surety from liability in solidum
In the case of insolvency or other legal disability of, or any general assignment, compromise, composition, scheme or arrangement entered into by or affecting the debts or obligations of the Applicant Business:
the Authority shal be entitled to prove its claim in the winding up, judicial management, assignment, compromise, composition, scheme or arrangement concerned to the full extent of such claim, and neither the proof of such claim nor the expected receipt of any dividend/s or payment/s in respect thereof, shall in any way affect or derogate from the Authority’s right to recover from the Surety, the amount/s for which such claim is proved and any of other sum/s for which the Surety, as the case may be, may be or become liable to the Authority hereunder;
any dividend/s or other payment(s) actually received by the Authority out of the winding up or judicial management concerned, or in terms of such assignment, compromise, composition, scheme or arrangement, shall (as far as the Surety is concerned) either, at the Authority’s option:
be applied on account of the Applicant Business’s indebtedness to the Authority, without releasing the Surety from liability to the Authority for the balance of such indebtedness; or
be treated and held by the Authority as cash security for the liability hereunder of the Surety to the Authority until such time as the Authority will choose to apply the same towards such liability or, whichever is the sooner, until the Authority wil have recovered from all sources the full amount of the indebtedness, any surplus of such cash security then held by it shal be paid over by the Authority to the Surety, and provided further that the Authority shall not be liable for the payment of interest on any such cash security, and
al costs of and incidental to the proof of the Authority’s claim in such winding up, judicial management, assignment, compromise, composition, scheme or arrangement as wel as al costs and expenses of maintaining, conserving and/or realizing any security which the Authority may hold for its claim and al sums, including any contribution, payable by the Authority in consequence of the proof of its claim, shall be recoverable by the Authority from the Surety;
The Authority shall at al times be entitled to apply any amount/s received by it from the Applicant Business or from the Surety, or from the proceeds of any relevant security or otherwise, to such debt/s of the Applicant Business as the Authority may in its discretion decide and whenever the Authority may in its discretion think fit to do so.
The Surety renounces the benefits of:
excussion - by renouncing this benefit the Surety understands that the Authority becomes entitled to sue the
Surety for the full amount owing under this undertaking without first proceeding against the Applicant Business;
division - by renouncing this benefit the Surety understands that where there is more than one surety for the
Applicant Business’ obligations, the Authority will be entitled to sue each surety for the full amount owing under
this undertaking and not only for a pro rata share;
cession of action - by renouncing this benefit the Surety understands that the Authority becomes entitled to sue
the Surety without first ceding the Authority’s right of action against the Applicant Business to the Surety;
non causa debiti - by renouncing this benefit the onus of disproving the cause of the debt will rest on the Surety;
no value received, revision of accounts and errors in calculation - by renouncing these benefits the Surety agrees
that the calculation of the amount owed is correct and the onus of proving an error will rest on the Surety; and
de duobus vel pluribus reis debendi - by renouncing this benefit or legal exception the Surety acknowledges that
joint sureties signing this document will be jointly and severally liable to the Authority.
9. In terms of Section 45 of the Magistrate’s Court Act 1944, the Surety hereby consents to the jurisdiction of the Magistrate’s Court having jurisdiction under Section 28 of the said Act in respect of any action to be instituted against the Surety by the Authority. It shall nevertheless be entirely within the discretion of the Authority whether to proceed against the Surety in such Magistrate’s Court or to do so in any other court having jurisdiction.
The Surety hereby chooses domicilium citandi et executandi
for all purposes arising out of this agreement as fol ows:
THUS DONE AND SIGNED
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