Section 10 – Regulations
(1) The Minister may, after consultation with the Minister for the Public Service and Administration, by notice in the Gazette make regulations regmding—
(a) for the purposes of section 8(1), matters which, in addition to the legislative provisions pertaining to such functionaries, may in the ordinzwy course be referred to the Public Protector or the Auditor-General, as the case may be;
(b) any administrative or procedural matter necessary to give effect to the provisions of this Act; and
(c) any other matter which is required or permitted by this Act to be prescribed.
(2) Any regulation made for the purposes of section 8(I)(c) must specify persons or bodies and the descriptions of matters in respect of which each person or body is
(3) Any regulation made in terms of this section must be submitted to Parliament before publication thereof in the Gazette.
(a,) The Minister must, after consultation with the Minister for the Public Service and Administration, issue practical guidelines which explain the provisions of this Act and all procedures which are available in terms of any law to employees who wish to report or otherwise remedy an impropriety.
(b) The guidelines referred to in paragraph (a) must be approved by Parliament before publication in the Gazette.
(c) All organs of state must give to every employee a copy of the guidelines referred to in paragraph (a) or must take reasonable steps to bring the relevant notice to the attention of every employee.