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Basic Education Department spokesman Elijah Mhlanga said: "In terms of the Employment of Educators Act, the department of Basic Education is not the employer of educators."This power is vested in the heads of the provincial departments of education."Basil Manuel, National Professional Teachers' Organisation of SA executive director, said: "I can tell you that they do not access the register."He said the fact that the register was not used had long been a complaint of the teachers' union.Mala Mtima, Eastern Cape education department spokesman, conceded it did not use the register and said that it relied rather on the SA Council of Educators' list of banned teachers to ensure staff convicted of sex offences were not hired.She said the department also used other methods to screen teachers."The Western Cape education department uses Sace, the public service employee records system and an employee-vetting agency that has comprehensive access to all court records."She said the sexual offenders register could not be accessed.The Gauteng education department said it also used council records to vet employees.In some jurisdictions, where sex offender registration gan, registration is accompanied by residential address notification requirements.In many jurisdictions, registered sex offenders are subject to additional restrictions, including on housing.The girl, her parents and the teacher cannot be named to protect the identity of the child.The girl's father told The Times the court notified his family of the teacher's intention to oppose the order last week.
The register can be accessed through a request to the registrar by any employer, including NGOs and churches, wanting to hire staff who will work with children.He said the order was served on the teacher a week before his arrest and that a hearing was postponed to give his family time to obtain legal representation.The teacher, accused of sending sexual images and messages to the teenager, is out on R6000 bail.The Australian National Child Offender Register (ANCOR) is a web-based system used in all jurisdictions.Authorized police use ANCOR to monitor persons convicted of child sex offences and other specified offences once they have served their sentence.