(d) clause 18(1)(b) regulating the weekly rest period and clause (19) regulating payment for work on Sunday do not apply to the employee.
(4) An employee’s ordinary hours of work in terms of sub-clause (1) may by agreement be extended by up to 15 minutes in a day but no more than 60 minutes in a week to enable an employee whose duties include serving members of the public to continue performing those duties after the completion of ordinary hours of work.
13. (1) An employer may not require or permit an employee –
reduce the meal interval to not less than 30 minutes;
dispense with a meal interval for an employee who works fewer than six hours on a day.
(6) Whenever an employer is required to give an employee a second meal interval because of overtime worked, that interval may by agreement be reduced to not less than 15 minutes.
(7) An employer shall grant to each of his or her employees a rest interval of not less than 15 minutes as nearly as practicable in the middle of each first work period and second work period of the day, and during such interval such employee shall not be required or permitted to perform any work, and such interval shall be deemed to be part of the ordinary hours of work of such employee. A written agreement may extend the morning rest interval to not more than half an hour.