The agreements concluded under the aegis of SARPBAC also apply to all other parties and/or persons to whom the operation of a collective agreement under the aegis of SARPBAC is extended within the meaning of Section 32 of the Act. The scope of the South African Road Passenger Bargaining Council registration was different in the sense of Section 58 of the Labour Relations Act. As of March 1, 2012, the Road Passenger Transport Council (as defined here) is registered in the Republic of South Africa. This Constitution and all agreements concluded under the aegis of SARPBAC apply and state: „road transport“ or „trade“ refers to the trade in which employers (with the exception of employers who employ only children in school between their place of residence and the schools they attend) and their employees are bound for this purpose. the transportation, as a reward, of a person on a public road with a motor vehicle (except for a vehicle in the possession and under the control of Transnet or a local authority), intended to transport more than sixteen persons at the same time, including the driver of the vehicle, and which includes all the resulting operations at or after the discretion. The South African Council for Road Transport, known as SARPBAC, is mandatory in the following areas: employers` and trade union organisations affiliated with SARPBAC, as well as members of these contracting parties which also apply to non-parties (employers and trade unions not linked to SARPBAC). All eligible workers in the working life of the members of the employers` organizations mentioned above, regardless of union affiliation, as well as non-party workers.