Several relief measures were introduced to support citizens during the Covid-19 related lockdowns, however, some people took advantage of this and decided to use social relief initiatives to enrich themselves.

The Temporary Employer/Employee Relief (TERS) scheme was established in 2020 to provide short-term financial support to employees who lost income during the pandemic.

 The Unemployment Fund is racing against time in their quest to finalise all Covid-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) claims before the end of the year.

 The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) is concerned about the number of fraudulent activities relating to the Temporary Employer / Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) applications.

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has thanked employers for rectifying mistakes made in their application for the Temporary Employer / Employee Relief Scheme (TERS).

 The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) offers a number of different benefits for people who have become unemployed or have not been able to work for a number of reasons.

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) is urging employers to declare their workers on the UIF’s UFiling system.

The Unemployment Insurance Fund has recovered more than R1 Billion from people who undeservedly benefited from the fund.

Recent looting incidents have affected about 75 000 employees. This is according to Unemployment and Labour Minister, Thulas Nxesi. 

The Unemployment Insurance Fund has hit some hurdles with rolling out TERS payments, as thousands of applicants have still not received any feedback. 




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