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Every month, people working for more than 24 hours per month in South Africa are required by law to make contributions to the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF).

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If you work for longer than 24 hours per month, by law, you are required to make contributions to the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF).

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If there's a possibility that something can happen, it is best to be prepared for it. Nothing can be more true of this than when it comes to employment.

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People sometimes feel like it's time for a change in their life. Oftentimes people act on these feelings and make changes in their life.

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If you work for more than 24 hours per month, you are required by law to make contributions to the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF).

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With the emergence of the internet and improvements made to technology, things that you may have only been able to do in person can now be done online. 

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 Earlier this year, Statistics South Africa Revealed that the unemployment rate in the country stands at 34%. People who have previously part of the country's labour force qualify for short term financial support.

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The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) was established to provide workers for short term financial relief to contributors to the fund. 

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South Africa’s current unemployment rate is just above 34%. Losing your job can be an extremely stressful experience for people. It could leave you in a position where you have no income but your expenses remain the same.

The July unrest in parts Kwa-Zulu Natal and Gauteng has had a devastating impact on the Country. More than 300 lives were lost during the unrest while many people were left without work.

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