UIF Warns Against Applying For Fake Benefit

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The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) provides short term financial relief to individuals who have lost their income. However, the fund is warning South Africans against applying for a “new benefit”.

 

 


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In a country with high levels of poverty and unemployment, potential relief from a recognised government department known for supplementing the income of South Africans may seem real, however this is not always the case.

The UIF has warned that a post circulating on social media claims that workers employed from 1990 to 2021 will receive benefits from the Department of Employment and Labour.

They warned that the post and the link provided under the social media post is fake and probably a scam. The UIF has called on clients to disregard the post if they receive it.

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The UIF Offers The Following Permanent Benefits…

Illness leave

Maternity leave

Reduced work time

Adoption leave

Parental leave

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