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JUNE 2021 – SOUTH AFRICA UIF CONTRIBUTION LIMIT It is important that employers note the following:   Unemployment Insurance Contribution limit effective date Government Gazette No. 44641 was published on Friday, 28 May 2021 to announce the effective date and limit on the remuneration amount for contribution purposes in terms of the Unemployment Insurance Contributions...

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By now most employers and employees, across all sectors and industries, are painfully aware of the impact of the global pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19) on business. It’s no secret that the virus has negatively disrupted many operators, with markets and currencies floundering as society reels from lockdowns, restricted movements, business closures and the like.

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MARCH 2020 – SOUTH AFRICA NOTICE ON COMPENSATION FOR OCCUPATIONALLY ACQUIRED NOVEL CORONA VIRUS DISEASE It is important that employers note the following: Notice published regarding occupationally acquired novel Corona virus disease On Friday, 20 March the Department of Labour published a notice on the compensation for occupationally acquired novel Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in terms...

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We’re running an Injury on Duty Compensation workshop! The COIDA Return of Earnings (ROE) filing season deadline fast approaching, we’ve been inundated with calls for assistance with related calculations, claims, submissions and reporting… and so, we are proud to announce that we will run a morning workshop as a once-off skills transfer and information session on 11...

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South African employers will by now be cognisant of the fact that the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases (COID) Act replaces the Workmen’s Compensation Act, and they have to register with the Compensation Commissioner. The legislation covers compensation for disablement caused by occupational injuries, diseases sustained or contracted by employees in the course of...

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