Agreements concluded under the auspices of SARPBAC apply and are bound to all other parties and/or persons to whom the application of a collective agreement concluded under the aegis of SARPBAC is extended in accordance with section 32 of the Act. The scope of the Registration of the South African Road Passenger Bargaining Council has been amended within the meaning of Section 58 of the Labour Relations Act. With effect from 1 March 2012, the Council is registered in the Republic of South Africa with regard to road passenger transport (as defined herein). Employers` and trade union organizations that are contracting parties to SARPBAC, as well as members of these parties that also apply to non-parties (employers and unions that are not affiliated to SARPBAC). All eligible workers who are members or not members of the above-mentioned employers` organisations, irrespecty of their trade union affiliation, as well as workers who are not contracting parties. the establishment of stability in south Africa`s Road Passenger Transport Trade or Trade trade in which employers (with the exception of employers who exclusively provide educational services between their place of residence and the schools they attend) and their employees for unloading on any public highway, any person with a motor vehicle (except a vehicle); which is in the possession and control of Transnet or a territorial collectivity B, which must simultaneously transport more than 16 persons, including the driver of the vehicle, and covers all related or related activities. This Constitution and all agreements concluded under the auspices of SARPBAC shall apply and are binding on: The South African Road Passenger Bargaining Council, referred to as SARPBAC, is mandated with respect to the following scope:. . . .