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DEL Shines Light on Safety Compliance and Compensation Fund


Department of Employment and Labour Compliance in the private sector has increased slightly while the government sector has recorded a small decline. The employment and labour department revealed this in…

National Minimum Wage Amendment 2019


Draft bill full text Published in GG 42240 of 22 February 2019 Year of publication 2019 Publication for comment (draft bill) Published in GG 42240 of 22 February 2019  …

UIF to Continue Processing New Claims for April and May


Department of Employment and Labour The Unemployment Insurance Fund is to continue processing new claims for April and May until a cut-off date is announced. The employment and labour department…

DEL Shines Light on Compensation Fund Claims


Department of Employment and Labour A total of 2361 claims have been lodged for compensation with regard to COVID-19 exposure at work. In a statement, the employment and labour department…

Employment Equity Amendment Bill Tabled


Parliament The Employment Equity Amendment Bill has been tabled in parliament. The draft bill was published for comment in October 2018. The explanatory summary was published in Government Gazette 43535.…

COVID-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme Extended


Department of Employment and Labour COVID-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) payments have been extended until 15 August 2020. The deputy minister of employment and labour, Boitumelo Moloi, announced this…

UIF Tightens Up COVID-19 TERS Payment


Department of Employment and Labour The Unemployment Insurance Fund has introduced new and more stringent controls to verify banking details for the payment of the Covid-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme…

DEL Shines Light on COVID-19 Compensation Fund Claims


Department of Employment and Labour More than 80 percent of the claims lodged with the Compensation Fund so far involve women and this is consistent in all provinces. The employment…