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After the investigation.

On completion of the investigation process, the Commission will prepare a report of its findings.

The Commission shall determine at the conclusion of the investigation whether a breach of the Act has occurred. If an investigation reveals that a breach did occur, the Commission will attempt to have the matter referred to Conciliation.

If the investigation reveals that there is no evidence to support the complaint of discrimination or marginalisation, the Commission will notify both parties in writing and shall gives its reason for such a decision. The Complainant will be given fourteen (14) days in which to provide additional information to the Commission, if necessary.

If no such information is supplied or if the information supplied is not substantial enough to warrant a reopening of the complaint, the Complaint will be officially closed and no further action shall be taken by the Commission.