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21 September 2021 - NW2131

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What (a) number of applications for exemption from collective bargaining agreements have been (i) received and (ii) approved since the beginning of the lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 in March 2020 and (b) are relevant details in each case?

Reply:

It is important for the honourable Dr Cardo to realise that majority of the bargaining councils which is +- 85% are made up of small businesses. Furthermore, out of 46 bargaining councils, 40 are private sector bargaining councils and they employ +-950 000 employees in the economy.

Not all of these bargaining councils have concluded collective agreements and/or have extended their collective agreements to non-parties. The remaining 6 are in public sector. Given that in the public sector there is one employer, there is no need for exemption applications

In terms of the law, bargaining councils are required to annually (covering 1 January to 31 December) furnish the Registrar of Labour Relations with the information on exemptions so as to see whether they have taken the affairs of small businesses into consideration.

The Registrar of Labour Relations received reports from 22 of the bargaining councils; and only 13 received exemption applications.

A total of 1443 exemption applications were received by 13 bargaining councils IN 2020:

  • A total of 660 exemptions were granted to all; and out of 660, 310 were granted to small businesses;
  • A total of 715 were refused; and out of 715, 329 refusals were for small business;
  • Withdrawn were 34; and 11 were for small business; and
  • By end December, 34 applications were still under considerations.

The granted exemptions range from wages, conditions of employment, provident/pension fund; and medical/sick funds amongst others. When application is refused, it is because it does not comply with the requirements to be granted an exemption.

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21 September 2021 - NW2132

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What (a) number of claims related to COVID-19 has the Compensation Fund (i) received and (ii) approved in terms of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, Act 130 of 1993, since the imposition of the lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 in March 2020 and (b) is the value of benefits paid to date?

Reply:

The following numbers relates to Covid-19 claims received and approved by the Compensation Fund:

Number of received claims related to COVID-19

21 219

Number of approved claims related to COVID-19

13 958

The value of benefits paid to date

R32,723,086.79

17 September 2021 - NW2154

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van der Merwe, Ms LL to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What (a) number of South African children are involved in child labour as at the latest specified date for which information is available and (b) steps are being taken to prevent children from being used for child labour?

Reply:

The Basic Conditions of Employment Act, prohibits work by children if the child is under 15 years old; under the minimum school-leaving age (where this is 15 years or older); over 15 years but under 18 years old, if the work is inappropriate for the age of the child or if the work places at risk the child’s well-being, education, physical or mental health, or spiritual, moral or social development or has been prohibited through regulations.

The Basic Conditions of Employment Act further explicitly criminalises all offences related in the engagement of the child labour and regulates that any person convicted of the prohibition of child labour may be sentenced a maximum term of imprisonment of up to six years.

As a country, we further pride ourselves in the Child Labour Programme of Action (CLPA) which is the country’s roadmap towards the prevention, reduction and eventual elimination of child labour. It serves to focus and guide the efforts of a number of Government departments and civil society groups, including business organisations, labour federations and organisations serving the interest of these children.

In order to collect reliable and credible statistics on child work in the country, the Department of Employment and Labour commissioned Statistics South Africa in 2019, to conduct a national household-based survey; the Survey on the Activities of Young People (SAYP). The SAYP is a household-based sample survey that collects data on the activities which children aged 7 to 17 years who live in South Africa get involved in.

According to the 2019 Survey on the Activities of Young People which was realised in March this year:

  • There was a decline in the number of children who were involved in child labour from 779 000 in 2010 to 577 000 in 2015 and 571 000 in 2019;
  • Children aged 16-17 years were more likely to be engaged in child labour;
  • Compared to other population groups, black African children were more likely to be involved in Child labour;
  • In both 2015 and 2019, the difference between boys and girls involvement in child labour was minimal;
  • Children in KwaZulu-Natal were more likely than those in other provinces to be involved in child labour at 8,8% in 2019 from 10,0% in 2015;
  • At 2,5% urban areas had the lowest proportion of children involved in child labour compared to 8,5% of children in non-urban areas in 2019;
  • The proportion of children who were exposed to at least one hazardous working condition decreased from 34,2% in 2015 (0,8 of a percentage point) to 33,5% in 2019.
  • Furthermore, girls (34,1%) were more likely to be exposed to hazardous conditions compared to boys (32,9%) when both engaged in all economic activities in 2019.
  • In both 2015 and 2019, boys who were engaged in both market activities and production for own consumption (or household use) accounted for the largest share of children who were exposed to at least one hazardous condition (60,8% and 53,0% respectively).

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02 September 2021 - NW1973

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Ngcobo, Mr SL to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)What is the policy position of his department on providing incentives for the uptake of COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace; (2) whether his department has (a) a system in place that protects the rights of workers and (b) proper channels to report abuses of workers by their employers on issues of COVID-19 vaccinations; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what is the long-term policy goal of his department on the uptake of COVID-19 vaccinations to reach herd immunity?

Reply:

1. To ensure that there is uptake of COVID-19 vaccination in the workplace, the Department of Employment and Labour issued the Direction on Occupational Health and Safety Measures, which was gazetted on 11 June 2021. The Direction requires employers to give employees paid time off to be vaccinated against COVID-19; and to recover from the side effects of being vaccinated.

Should an employee suffer the side effects as a result of the vaccination, the Direction states that the employer must in accordance with section 22 of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act place its employee on sick leave. They further state that once the sick leave has been exhausted, employees should be given further paid time off if they’re still ill; or a claim may be lodged for compensation in terms of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act of 1993 (COIDA). In terms of the sick leave, the guidelines state that an employer may accept a COVID-19 vaccination certificate issued by an official vaccination site in lieu of a medical certificate.

2. Yes, the Department of Employment and Labour has Health and Safety inspectors who their role is to enforce compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, including with the COVID-19 Directions issued under this Act.

3. The Department of Employment and Labour believes that the Directions, which were widely consulted with organised business, organised labour and community constituency are suffice as measures in dealing with the challenges posed by COVID-19 and further encourages all workers to vaccinate.

Secondly, in the workplace where COVID-19 may be found to be causing serious challenges, the Directions encourage employers to work together with the employees to analyse carefully, deeply and soberly the danger that they may all be facing, if the situation is left unattended, and without appropriate actions being taken. Approaching it in this manner is to tap on the democratisation of the workplace to work for the benefit of all.

30 August 2021 - NW1807

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)What number of cases have been reported by domestic workers since the launch of the Impimpi hotline (details furnished); (2) whether the hotline was publicised enough to be known by all vulnerable workers even in the rural outskirts of the Republic; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what is her department doing to rescue domestic workers who are allegedly locked in their employers' houses against their will and not paid overtime, as employers fear that when they are permitted to travel home, they may return and infect them with the coronavirus?

Reply:

The Impimpa Hotline was launched by the Minister in March 2020. Due to budgetary constraints, the hotline had to be discontinued in October in 2020. During this time 178 977 calls were logged. 20 346 (11%) of these were from the Domestic sector.

The hotline was publicised via various media channels such as TV and Radio. We believe that the publicity was adequate since these channels have wide reach.

In instances where domestic workers get locked up at their work places against their will, South African Police Services (SAPS) would have to be brought in, due to jurisdictional issues. The Department has not received complaints of this nature yet.

The Department conducts both pro-active and re-active inspections (based on complaints) at workplaces to ensure that employers comply with all labour legislation.

Domestic Workers should contact their nearest Labour Centre and register their grievance against their employers with the view that the necessary labour inspection takes place. The Department also conduct periodic advocacy, stakeholder engagement and awareness campaigns highlighting domestic workers’ rights.

In instances where there are complaints around non-compliance with Employment Laws such as the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, the inspectors would investigate such matters. To this end, the table below provides details on the inspections that were carried out in the domestic sector.

 

Latest Labour Inspections Statistics for the Domestic Workers Sector (2020/21 Financial Year):

Total Number of Inspections

Compliance

Non-Compliance

Notices to Comply issued

Non-Compliance with Notices to Comply

Employers referred for Prosecution

Amount Recovered

5091

4900

191

191

137

54

R669 471 - 78

30 August 2021 - NW1921

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Luthuli, Mr BN to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

In light of the fact that the Unemployment Insurance Fund’s Destroyed, Affected and/or Looted Workplaces: Temporary Financial Relief Scheme has finally been approved through the Government Gazette published on Tuesday 10 August 2021, which has been established to assist workers whose workplaces have been closed due to unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng from 9 to 18 July 2021, resulting in either reduced pay and/or no pay at all, (a) how does his department intend to assist those in informal businesses without the necessary documentation given the debilitating effects this has had on their livelihoods and (b) what are the further full relevant details in this regard?

Reply:

Firstly, each and every case is treated according to its own merit. There are a number of particulars that get considered. This is done to ensure that a proper verification process is undertaken. The aim is to provide relief to the deserving, correct and intended workers. So, among others, these are checked, UIF registration number, SAPS Report indicating that indeed the business where the workers are/were employed was destroyed, insurance claim to the extent that this is available, bank documents, employees’ salary slips, contracts, etc.

We must also emphasize that the relief from the Department of Employment and Labour is more towards the affected workers. Other departments such as Department of Small Business and Development (DSBD), Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) handle the other side of business.

30 August 2021 - NW1810

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Mkhaliphi, Ms HO to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)Whether his department has conducted any investigation into restaurants that have not complied with the Disaster Management Regulations and the Level 3 curfew; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) what action was taken in this regard?

Reply:

1. Inspections were conducted in the food and Beverage as well as the hospitality sector during the period in question, to test the extent to which Covid-19 Directions (linked to the Disaster Management Regulations) were complied with. The table below provides specific details:

Sectors

Compliance

Non-compliance

Total Inspections

% of total inspections

Follow up

Compliance Rate

Non-Compliance Rate

Food & Beverage

198

146

344

2,51%

41

57,56%

42,44%

Hospitality

442

464

906

6,62%

69

48,79%

51,21%

These inspections were conducted in quarter 1 of 2021/22 in OHS. It can be noted that compliance in the two sectors were low.

Reports are developed on a quarterly basis which details challenges and indicates possible solutions.

2. All non-complying employers were served with notices. Employers are recommended for prosecution if they do not comply after the expiry of a notice.

02 August 2021 - NW1697

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(a) What number of productivity champions are employed by Productivity SA, (b) what is the total cost of their employment, (c) how are they selected for employment, (d) what are their roles and responsibilities and (e) what is their numerical breakdown in each province?

Reply:

a) What number of productivity champions are employed by Productivity SA?

Productivity SA does not employ and pay the salaries of Productivity Champions.

However, as part of our objective to promote a culture of productivity and accountability thereof, as part of our APP target in the 2020/21 FY, we have identified and trained 429 Productivity Champions. They are trained and capacitated on Productivity Tools and Techniques including that of Kaizen (Continuous Improvement).

(b) what is the total cost of their employment?

N/a - Productivity SA doesn't employ Productivity Champions. The training of the Productivity Champions is conducted by our Productivity Practitioners and funded through the appropriation as well as funding made available by strategic partners (including funding through Limpopo Economic Development, Environmental affairs, and Tourism (LEDET), Seda (Mpumalanga), and Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC).

(c) how are they selected for employment?

A Productivity Champion is an employee of a business entity which we are providing the Enterprise Development and Support Programmes to improve their competitiveness and sustainability through training in the fundamentals of productivity measurement and improvement.

(d) what are their roles and responsibilities

The purpose of training productivity champions is to capacitate the organisation with productivity and competitiveness enhancement tools to help sustain work we have done after we leave the organisation and for the organisation to continue the continuous improvement journey aimed at sustainability and growth.

(e) what is their numerical breakdown in each province?

REGION 1

REGION 2

REGION 3

Gauteng

169

Western Cape

109

KwaZulu-Natal

20

Limpopo

11

Northern Cape

2

Eastern Cape

50

North West

12

Free State

12

Mpumalanga

44

Total

192

 

123

 

114

02 August 2021 - NW1499

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Ngcobo, Mr SL to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What are the initiatives and interventions of his department in collaboration with other sister departments, non-government organisations, agencies and institutions aimed at providing cyber-security learning to address the global deficit in the cyber-security workforce?

Reply:

Most of the Departments, if not all, Department of Employment and Labour included are governed by Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) ICT Governance Policy Framework which guides on overall ICT Governance and Information Security processes that we should follow and implement as the government entity.

There is a committee at DPSA that deals will cyber security related matters called “Standing Committee on Information Systems Security (SCISS)”, as the department, we are standing member of that committee and this is where all other government departments are represented to discuss matters related to information security and cyber-security.

The SCISS has come up with an initiative of departments sharing resources and transferring skills to one another in matters relating to cybersecurity. The initiative is still at the beginning stage where a database of cybersecurity specialists in the public sector is being developed.

Internal Information Security staff have also subscribed with other global threat security intelligent institutions i.e. Microsoft- Security Slate, Centre for internet Security (CSI) and Hackers Choice, where we regularly receive ICT security related awareness’s, newsletters, information on vulnerabilities, viruses and data privacy related breaches that the department should be aware of.

16 July 2021 - NW1526

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Ngcobo, Mr SL to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether, in light of the increasing youth unemployment rate which currently stands at more than 50%, and the efforts being made to reduce vulnerabilities related to unemployment, (a) monitoring and evaluation mechanisms have been put in place to assess if the specified initiatives bring results and (b) the specified mechanisms are being revised to assess relevance, especially considering remote working; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

It is an undisputed fact that, youth continue to face serious challenges and key among them is the problem of structural unemployment. It goes without stating that, even prior to the pandemic youth were already getting it tough, but their situation has now further been worsened and compounded. At the onset of the pandemic their education and training got disrupted, those who were looking for jobs could no longer do so, and were further locked out of the economy, whilst youth owned businesses suffered loss of income/employment which threatened young people’s livelihoods. Therefore, it is crucial that interventions to the youth unemployment is focussed on ensuring responsiveness and illustrating positive outcomes, results and long lasting impacts.

Government has reviewed and drew lessons from the National Youth Policy of 2009 to 2014. There are encouraging achievements of National Youth Policy of 2015 to 2020, equally, and once again there are lessons drawn.

Among many functions of the Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, is to lead, support, coordinate, monitor and evaluate implementation of youth development across various sectors. To this end, they have already drafted National Youth Policy 2020-2030. National Youth Policy that has been drafted includes among others, quality education, skills and second chance, it also accommodates economic transformation, entrepreneurship and job creation.

This National Youth Policy was drafted with extensive consultation with the youth as well as the youth led and youth serving organisations across sectors. It has always been the firm belief of government that, young people must be consistently engaged as active role players in order to deal decisively with persistent challenges in that sector.

But it is also worth stating that in drafting the National Youth Policy 2030, consultations were done in the spirit of Intergovernmental Relations, and endeavour to build a strong social compact that would ensure that reviewing the past interventions is a collaborative effort and the end product will be from the inputs of all sectors of society. It became imperative that, in further responding to the plight of young people, one of the key aspects is to partner with them to ensure that institutional capacity to accelerate youth issues across government, business and civil society sectors is realised.

And of course, Covid-19 environment is forcing Department of Employment and Labour to be on its toes, in leading adjustment discussions in the labour market. Concepts such as working from home, is but one of the components relating to necessary and demanded discussions that ought to be concluded at some point. They added to the discussions that we’ve been having on Fourth Industrial Revolution. Technology has been progressing. It is now advancing rapidly. The advantage is this, young people are well versed with the technology, they are connected with that space, they are therefore willing participants, government is banking on this positive aspect, and one is sure that, that is a global phenomenon.

The National Youth Policy 2020-2030, improves upon and updates the previous policies by highlighting the current and new challenges that South Africa’s youth face. The Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities will develop a youth responsive plan, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation and auditing framework, with high level of output, outcome and impact on each policy imperative.

25 June 2021 - NW1472

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Tarabella - Marchesi, Ms NI to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)Whether his department has concluded any work exchange and/or employment agreements with any entity of the Republic of Cuba from the 2010-11 financial year up to the 2020-21 financial year; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) total number of Cuban nationals (i) have been employed in each of the specified financial years and/or (ii) are due to be employed in the 2021-23 Medium-Term Expenditure Framework period, (b) are the details of the work that each of the specified Cuban nationals was and/or will be employed to perform, (c) are the details of the specific skills sets that each of the specified Cuban nationals possessed and/or will possess that South African nationals did or will not possess and (d) are the details of the total cost of employing each of the specified Cuban nationals in each case; (2) whether his department took any steps to ensure that the specific skills set of the specified Cuban nationals were and/or will not be available in the Republic amongst South African citizens; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details of the (a) steps taken and (b) outcomes of the steps taken in this regard?

Reply:

South African Ministry of Employment and Labour concluded a Bilateral Agreement with the Cuban Ministry of Employment, Social Security and Occupational Health and Safety in Cape Town on the 1st March 2004 that is renewable unless terminated by either party through diplomatic channels. This agreement remains in force and forms part of the Republic of South Africa and the Republic of Cuba relations.

The rest of the questions posed by Honourable Mrs N I Tarabella Marchesi with regard to employment of Cubans locally are not applicable under this agreement.

The agreement with the Cubans only confines itself to cooperation in the fields of “Employment, Social security and Occupational Health and Safety on the basis of equality and mutual benefits, taking into account the experience of specialists in these fields and possibilities of cooperation available in each country” Each country bears its own costs in implementing the agreement.

24 June 2021 - NW1525

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Ngcobo, Mr S to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With regard to the Inter-Ministerial Committee co-chaired by him and the Minister of Home Affairs established in 2020, what measures have been put in place to effectively deal with issues of migration and labour since the inception of the specified committee?

Reply:

Since the establishment of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Migration and Labour we have put a number of measures that include the following:

  • Establishment of a Technical Committee of Directors General that supports member Ministers on migration cross cutting measures that may be short, medium and long term that must be implemented to address various identified challenges.
  • Developed a detailed discussion document that identified various Constitutional and existing Legislation and Regulations, Southern African Development Community and African Union instruments and protocols, Global Migration Treaties and Conventions, Courts judgements in relation to migration cases that we must always be mindful off and Legal opinions.
  • We continue to implement short term measures that include, improvements in border management, joint enforcement and inspections on the roads and employment premises.
  • We have established a National and Provincial Trucking, Logistics and Road Freight Forums that brought all stakeholders within the sector together to address the torching and looting of trucks, presence of foreign drivers and collective bargaining within the sector.
  • The Action Plans developed, details measures that each Department is initiating in the areas of Statistics and projection of foreign nationals in the country, criminal and security measures, justice, human rights, social development, trade and bilateral agreements, agriculture etc.
  • The Medium and long term measures include policy harmonization and development where there are gaps. The Department of Employment and Labour has developed a Draft National Labour Migration Policy and Draft proposed Employment Services Amendment Bill aligned to the policy that I will release as soon as I have completed internal government processes. The Department of Home Affairs is also reviewing the Immigration Act in its entirety.
  • We have also established Committees that are assisting us to address other urgent matters relating to migration such as processing of Applications for Waivers of the current Immigration Act provisions, Work Visa applications by foreign nationals or corporates.
  • We have made Submissions to brief Cabinet on the activities of the IMC.

24 June 2021 - NW1347

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)In light of the fact that under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Act 85 of 1993, regulations were promulgated in 2010, and a second set of regulations were drafted for public comment in 2020 to regulate diving, (a) what total number of commercial diving schools are currently registered nationally, (b) where are the schools situated and (c) how often is the Chief Inspector required to visit a diving school in order to ensure that it remains in compliance with the regulations for a registered diving school; (2) whether any diving schools have had their registration revoked for non-compliance since the publication of the first regulations in 2010; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) which schools, (b) on what date were they revoked and (c) have they been re-registered; (3) whether any schools have reported serious incidents that occurred during the training of divers; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details, including action that was taken by the school and the Chief Inspector; (4) whether any diving schools are under investigation for non-compliance; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details, including the names of the schools, the non-compliant areas, and what is being done to address the non-compliance?

Reply:

Question1:

The first set of diving regulations were promulgated in 2001 and these were followed by the diving regulations which were promulgated in 2010. Currently, the draft commercial diving regulations are undergoing processes following the incorporation of public comments.

(a) & (b) Registered diving schools

Name of the Diving School

Approval level

Location

Professional Diving Centre

Classes 4 to 1

Durban

BS Divers

Classes 4 to 2

Hermanus (WC)

Sea Dog

Classes 4 to 2

Saldanha (WC)

Jack’s Dive Chest

Classes 4 to 2

Strand (WC)

University of Cape Town

Classes 6 to 4

Cape Town

Nelson Mandela Metro University

Classes 6 to 4

Cape Town

South Africa Police Services Academy

Class 4

Pretoria

South African Association for Marine Biological Research

Class 4

Durban

c) There is no prescribed frequency for the Diving Inspectors to conduct inspections at the approved diving schools. Pro-active inspections are planned as part of the normal Inspection Plan.

Some of the inspections are triggered by the Diving Notifications received from schools when they conduct practical training as such training is deemed diving work.

Question 2

There are no Diving Schools that had their registration revoked. When Diving Inspectors conduct inspections and if they find non-compliances at the schools, they issue notices (legal instruments) in terms of section 30 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. There are 3 types of notices that could be issued (individually or jointly) when there is non-compliance, namely;

a) Prohibition notice – when there is an act or process that threatens the health and safety of any person. The employer must immediately stop the operation or the process. The inspector may revoke the prohibition in writing if the threatening situation has been corrected to the satisfaction of the inspector.

b) Contravention notice – when there is a contravention of any regulation.

c) Improvement notice – when an inspector requires an improvement on certain activities or tasks that the employer has already implemented in the workplace.

The employer may appeal a notice and will be given 60 days should he/she wishes to appeal the content of the notice issued.

If the employer fails to comply with the notices issued, a prosecution will be recommended to the NPA. Where a Diving School was issued with a notice, the school did comply with the notice(s) issued.

Question 3

There were two fatalities in training since the promulgation of the Diving Regulations in 2010.

a) The first fatality happened at BS Divers on 06 April 2015. The preliminary investigation was conducted on the 08 April 2015 and section 31 investigation was conducted on the 7 May 2015. The investigation revealed that the divers were learners at the school, but the activity that they were undertaking was outside the scope of the school curriculum. The divers used free flow diving method as they were moving the jackstays underwater and one of the diver’s rope became entangled to his weight belt, causing him to drown. Diving without the use of diving apparatus, is outside the scope of the Diving Regulations.

Even though the divers were conducting this activity outside the scope of training of the school, the school still had the responsibility in terms of section 9(1) of the OHS Act to ensure that all learners are safe because the learners were within their premises and therefore, the school had a responsibility towards these divers in training. Contravention notices were issued for the school to improve their risk assessment for free-diving and to update their sea bed search method and to introduce measures to prevent the shot line from becoming entangled. The school complied with the notices issued.

b) The second fatality happened at Jack’s Dive Chest on 22 January 2020. The learners were at the Blue Rock Quarry performing a practical diving exercise on the emergency procedures and the recovery of an unconscious diver. Two divers were paired together to perform the exercise. The deceased diver swam from the wet bell to the worksite and was supposed to pretend to be unconscious so that the other diver can go and rescue him. When the deceased failed to respond to all the communication signals sent to him, the diver who remained in the wet bell, was instructed by the supervisor to go and rescue the deceased. The deceased was found unconscious and the other diver swam while holding him on the surface. The deceased was declared dead on the scene by the paramedics.

The preliminary investigation was conducted on 23 January 2020. During the investigation, a contravention and a prohibition notice were served to the employer. The section 31 investigation was conducted on 16 September and 09 November 2020. The delay was caused by the lock down for COVID-19. Once the investigation was finalized, a report was prepared and the matter was referred to the National Prosecution Authority on the 26 February 2021.

Question 4

Currently, there is no school that is under investigation for non-compliance. Inspectors do conduct inspections at the diving schools regularly to enforce compliance in terms of the Act and the regulations.

24 June 2021 - NW1698

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With regard to the extension of the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme benefit of the Unemployment Insurance Fund for the periods (a) 15 October 2020 to 31 December 2020 and (b) 1 January 2021 to 15 March 2021, what number of (i) applications were received from enterprises in the (aa) tourism, (bb) liquor, (cc) hospitality, (dd) conferencing-events sectors and (ee) any other business in related value chains, (ii) applications were rejected on the grounds of incorrect Standard Industry Classification Codes and (iii) the rejected applications were overturned on appeal?

Reply:

a) 15 October 2020 to 31 December 2020

 

Application received

Applications were rejected on the grounds of incorrect Standard Industry Classification Codes

Rejected applications were overturned on appeal?

Tourism

No data showing this category

No data showing this category

9

Liquor

12655

440

14

Hospitality

16332

686

290

Conferencing-events sectors

28987

No data showing this category

50

Any other business in related value chains,

No data showing this category

11549

5

b)

1 January 2021 to 15 March 2021

 

Application received

Applications were rejected on the grounds of incorrect Standard Industry Classification Codes

Rejected applications were overturned on appeal?

Tourism

No data showing this category

No data showing this category

6

Liquor

6222

62

9

Hospitality

10701

124

239

Conferencing-events sectors

No data showing this category

No data showing this category

39

Any other business in related value chains

16923

1420

7

24 June 2021 - NW1696

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether the National Economic Development and Labour Council has commissioned any external service providers regarding the review of its statutes and protocols by the Governance Task Team; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what is the name of the entity that was commissioned, (b) at what cost and (c) what recommendations were made?

Reply:

The Governance Task Team at Nedlac agreed to conduct a study on how Nedlac can become fit for purpose. The study did not specifically focus on reviewing the statutes and protocols of Nedlac.

a) The Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA) in partnership with the International Labour Organisation (ILO)

b) The cost of the study is R1 206 510. The study has been funded by the ILO and Yellowwoods Foundation

c) A number of recommendations have been made by the service providers which are yet to be considered by the governance structures of Nedlac. Once the recommendations are confirmed, they will be reported on to Parliament.

24 June 2021 - NW1627

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Nxumalo, Mr MN to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether his department is considering implementing programmes to equip recent graduates with support to enter the COVID-19 job market, considering the changing prospects of new job seekers who graduated during the pandemic; if not, why not; if so, how has his department intervened in the fight against increasing youth unemployment at a time when some companies are shutting down?

Reply:

Yes, we are implementing programmes to equip recent graduates, other youth and people who have lost employment to re-enter the labour market under the current Covid-19 environment. The Department through its various entities, the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), the Compensation for Occupational and Injuries and Diseases Fund (Coida), Public Employment Services (PES), Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), as well as Productivity (SA), all have programmes that are assisting these affected groups to enter the labour market.

Through the more than 126 labour centres the Department, daily provides assistance to work seekers to access the labour market. Work seekers, can register on the Employment Services System of South Africa (ESSA), and get access to many job and training opportunities that are posted by prospective employers.

The Department helps them to compile CV’s and also provides employment advise and were necessary even counselling from trained psychologists employed by the Department. They provide valuable life skills advise, psychometric assessments and career interest assessments.

During the period ending 31 March 2021, the Department registered 938,505 work seekers, provided counselling to 246,454 work seekers and was able to place 37,193 work seekers into employment or training opportunities. This is in addition to the 169,717 job opportunities, created through the stimulus packages that was made available by the Treasury to various government Departments.

24 June 2021 - NW1501

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Ngcobo, Mr S to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)Whether, given the proliferation of e-hailing services, their extension into food deliveries, and in light of the developments on the regulation of these services in other jurisdictions, the Government intends to regulate e-hailing services to give the drivers legal protection as employees with benefits; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the specifics and estimated timelines; (2) whether, in light of the increasing youth unemployment rate which currently stands at more than 50%, the Government has any plans to reserve the employment of drivers for e-hailing services for South Africans; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether the Government has put any safeguards in place to protect drivers in the e-hailing services from exploitation by owners of vehicles; if not, why not; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

1. NEDLAC social partners are currently dealing with matters that are affecting e-hailing services workers the labour market will be informed as soon as this process is complete.

The Labour Relations Act of 1995 and the Basic Conditions of Employment Act of 1997 deal with the presumption of who is an employee. According to the two legislations, a person is presumed to be an employee if they are able to establish that one of seven listed factors in section 200A of the LRA and section 83A of the BCEA is present in their relationship with a person for whom they work or to whom they render services.

The presumption comes into operation if the applicant establishes that one of the following seven factors is present:

  • the manner in which the person works is subject to the control or direction of another person;
  • the person's hours of work are subject to the control or direction of another person;
  • in the case of a person who works for an organisation, the person forms part of that organisation;
  • the person has worked for that other person for an average of at least 40 hours per month over the last three months;
  • the person is economically dependent on the other person for whom he or she works or renders services; and
  • the person is provided with the tools of trade or work equipment by the other person; 'the person only works for or renders services to one person.

The presumption applies regardless of the form of the contract entered into. The issue of the applicant's employment status cannot be determined merely by reference to either the applicant's obligations as stipulated in the contract or a 'label' attached to the relationship in a contract. Therefore, a statement in a contract that the applicant is not an employee or is an independent contractor is not a conclusive proof of the status of the applicant.

Any person believing that is an employee based on one of the presumption of who is an employee and feels that his employment rights were violated is free to approach the CCMA for help.

2. The Department, has been working closely with the International Labour Organisation in the commissioning and development of a National Labour Migration Policy. One of the recommendations emerging from a range of proposals, is the concept of introducing complete prohibitions or quarters on the number of foreign nationals that can be employed in any sector and this may include e-hailing transport. This will be in line with Section 36 of our Constitution to justify fair discrimination against foreign nationals as part of our efforts to address local high unemployment levels and to uphold existing minimum labour standards. I will release the Draft Policy and the proposed amendments for public discussion and consultation with the social partners as soon as internal government processes are completed.

3. Honourable Mr Ngcobo, as I have alluded to the fact that NEDLAC social partners are already dealing with the matter of e-hailing service workers, let us allow NEDLAC time to deal with the issues and at the right time, the labour market will be kept abreast on the developments.

04 June 2021 - NW1256

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Nxumalo, Mr MN to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What strategies, financially and otherwise, is the Government implementing to ensure that companies retain workers as the country prepares to emerge from COVID-19, given the interruption brought by the COVID-19 pandemic in the employment and labour sector?

Reply:

With the outbreak of the COVID-19, There is now a sense of URGENCY to accelerate implementation of the Employment Services Act, No. 4 of 2014; the UI Amendment Act, No. 10 of 2016, specifically section 5 (d) which provides for the financing of the retention of contributors in employment and the re-entry of contributors into the labour market; the Presidential Jobs Summit Framework Agreement, 2018 with a focus on: (i) protecting jobs, (ii) informal sector support, and (iii) inclusive growth interventions. The COVID-19 pandemic coupled with the advancement in technology presents us as a country with an opportunity to place productivity at the centre of the country’s long-term competitiveness and economic activity and recovery.

The pandemic, which has devastating effects on our socio-economic systems and the labour market is also creating an important opportunity for leadership in government to create an enabling environment and partner with leaders in business and labour to take decisive and urgent action to turn things around.

Over the next ten (10) years (2021 to 2030), Productivity SA strategic objectives and plans will be focused on vigorously unlocking South Africa’s productivity and potential for sustained competitiveness and economic growth as part of our interventions to implement the Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan, particularly priority areas 2: Industrialisation and Growing the productive economy; and priority area 5: Macro-economic interventions and enablers for economic growth. During this period, our Enterprise Development and Support Programmes will be focused on supporting an Integrated Enterprise Development and Support Ecosystem (government-wide programme in collaboration and partnership with social partners) to create a coherent platform to enhance access and coordination of SMME support to preserve existing job and create productive and decent employment.

The Department has allocated over R104m to Productivity SA whereby the entity implements turn-around strategies and plans to restructure and improve the productivity and operational efficiency of companies facing distress to be sustainable, competitive and create conditions conducive for job retention and creation. Funds have been made available in this regard and for the 2020/21 financial year over R104m was allocated to Productivity SA. Part of the interventions include establishing Workplace /Future forums (committee comprising on management and workers), training and capacitating their members on productivity improvement solutions.

Productivity SA also have a productivity and Competitiveness Improvement Programme which is designed to improve the competitiveness and sustainability of enterprises, targeting small enterprises and cooperatives in the productive sectors of the economy in line with the Sector Master Plans. Overall, 2796 companies were supported through the programme in the 2020/21 financial year, which included emerging entrepreneurs and cooperatives.

There are also targeted interventions through the Workplace Challenge Programme (WPC), with 109 companies mostly in the Special Economic Zones and Industrial Parks assisted and 3 industrial clusters were established in the Forestry, Footwear and Leather, and the Creative sector.

04 June 2021 - NW1392

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Ndlozi, Dr MQ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With reference to his reply to question 1039 on 17 May 2021, what total number of the 71,7% of youth who remains unemployed for more than a year, reaches the age of 35 without ever gaining employment?

Reply:

According to data from Statsa (Q4 2020), the table below indicates the number of people that remain unemployed, ranging from less than 3 months to more than five years.

Unemployed youth (15-24 years) by duration of unemployment

   
           

 

Less than Matric

Matric

Other Tertiary

Graduates

Total

Less than 3 months

47,558

30,998

11,213

5,406

95,175

3 months to less than 6 months

27,752

21,612

2,983

211

52,559

6 months to less than 9 months

30,041

29,459

5,290

998

65,787

9 months to less than 1 year

34,422

79,550

18,946

2,643

135,560

1 year to less than 3 years

200,574

278,745

35,182

0

514,501

3 years to 5 years

128,614

116,697

6,094

1,347

252,753

More than 5 years

106,805

79,162

10,718

1,666

198,351

Don't know

0

0

1,969

0

39,929

Total

581,440

647,680

93,157

12,632

1,334,909

Source: Statistics South Africa, Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 4 2020

04 June 2021 - NW1274

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)Whether he will furnish Mr M Bagraim with a list of all transactions entered into from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2019 between the registered bank accounts of a certain company (name furnished) and a certain person (name and details furnished), including (a) dates and (b) amounts; if not, why not; if so, on what date; (2) whether he will furnish Mr M Bagraim with the (a) full names, (b) positions held and (c) detailed reasons for the dismissals of all persons fired from their jobs due to allegations of bribery; if not, why not; if so, on what date; (3) whether he will furnish Mr M Bagraim with the names of the three companies mentioned in the email from the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration that must be held accountable for fraud and corruption; if not, why not; if so, on what date?

Reply:

On 14 April 2021, the CCMA directed correspondence to Advance Call, the CCMA’s anonymous whistle – blower fraud hotline. The purpose of the correspondence was to request Advance Call to facilitate engagement with the whistleblower for them to furnish further details regarding the complainant, for purposes of initiating an investigation.

Advance Call attempted to contact the Whistle-blower and sent a letter via email to obtain more information, however, no response has been received by Advance Call, and consequently, neither the CCMA.

Investigation into this matter cannot take place without further information from the Whistle-blower. It is for this reason that the CCMA does not have reliable and verified information regarding the financial transactions nor has disciplinary action been taken against the alleged Commissioner.

As per the letter to the Honourable Member dated 15 April 2021 on same, once the CCMA has received trusted advice of Advance Call on developments herein and legitimate reason to launch an investigation, an investigation shall be duly initiated and a report be furnished to the Honourable Member.

 

04 June 2021 - NW1243

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Ngcobo, Mr S to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(a) What financial strategies has his department adopted to sustain employment and support productivity between now and the end of the year and (b) how does he intend to ensure that companies do not shed employees once the Republic has emerged out of COVID-19?

Reply:

(a) The Department is working on a single source funding model for Productivity SA in line with the provisions of section 12 of the Employment Services, where funding will flow from the appropriation as well as the UIF in terms of section 5 (d) of the UI Amendment Act.

(b) The Department has made provision for (i) the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) which is the outcome of the Presidential Jobs Summit Framework Agreement to assist companies facing economic distress (financial and operational difficulties) and contemplating retrenching workers. A Joint Adjudication Committee is established, and the CCMA, UIF and Productivity SA collaborate to assist the companies as provided for in the LRA and section 7 of the Employment Services Act.

Further interventions are through Productivity SA whereby the entity implement turn-around strategies and plans to restructure and improve the productivity and operational efficiency of companies facing distress to be sustainable, competitive and create conditions conducive for job retention and creation. Funds have been made available in this regard and for the 2020/21 financial year over R104m was allocated to Productivity SA.

19 May 2021 - NW1196

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Ngcobo, Mr S to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With regard to the Inter-Ministerial Committee co-chaired by him and the Minister of Home Affairs established in 2020, what measures have been put in place to effectively deal with issues of migration and labour since the inception of the committee?

Reply:

As the two Co-chairpersons, we have had a series of meetings with both the Technical Team and the IMC members to put together a discussion document and Action plan on policy intervention areas, short term, medium and long term measures.

We have submitted to Cabinet, policy areas that some of the IMC member department and intervention that we will be focusing on.

As for the Department of Employment and Labour, we committed to:

  • participate in the joint inspections that were to be conducted in the various sectors of our economy where we received or continue to receive high presence of undocumented foreign nationals.
  • Coordination of the Trucking and Road Freight Industries stand-off and ensuring the participation of the various stakeholders in the established Bargaining Council to resolve their disputes.
  • To develop and present a Draft National Labour Migration Policy as a sub-theme of the broader National Employment Policy that we have been tasked to develop.
  • To present Draft legislative provisions to realise proposals outlined in the Draft Policy.

We have done our part and I have instructed the Director General of the Department to convene a Technical Task Team meeting of the IMC to gather progress report from each of the member departments. We will be approaching the IMC to secure a sign-off on the second progress report that we are going to table to Cabinet somewhere in June 2021.

19 May 2021 - NW1130

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)With reference to page 16 of the latest Annual Performance Plan of the Compensation Fund where it flags the Protection of Personal Information Act, Act 4 of 2013, as a threat within the legal environment, what has he found are the reasons that the Compensation Fund deems the specified Act a threat; (2) whether the Compensation Fund has found that the Act has proven to be an important safeguard against abuse of personal information; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The nature of operations of the Fund is such that it collects and processes large volumes of personal information of its clients (beneficiaries, and Medical Service Providers). The threat in the Annual Performance Plan was highlighted in the context of the risk of potential breach of personal information. In the event that such personal information is not adequately and safely managed/stored, it might fall into wrong hands and with the potential of being abused/misused.

2. Yes. The Act has proven to be an important safeguard against abuse of personal information. The Fund has developed and is implementing a compliance plan.

17 May 2021 - NW1039

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Ndlozi, Dr MQ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

For what time period does an average unemployed person between the age of 16 and 25 remain unemployed in the Republic’s labour market?

Reply:

According to the data reported by Statsa in the quarterly labour force survey (QLFS) during quarter 1 of 2020, almost 71.7% of the unemployed youth remain unemployed for more than 1 year, whilst 28.3% remain unemployed for less than 1 year.

17 May 2021 - NW1024

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether his department has done any investigations into the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme fraud relating to farmworkers specifically; if not, why not; if so, what (a) total number of farmworkers have been defrauded of their benefits by their employers and (b) steps has he taken to recoup the specified funds?

Reply:

The Department of Employment and Labour has conducted two (2) investigations relating to farmworkers. These were at farms in the Western Cape Province. The findings are that (a) a total number of 194 farmworkers were defrauded of their benefits by their employers. The first employer deducted 5% of the COVID-19 TERS benefit claiming that it was to be used to cover bank charges and administrative costs. In the second investigation it was found that the employer should not have applied for the benefit as no employees were eligible as their contracts had expired and they were no longer in the service of the employer (b) Both incidents were reported to the SAPS and fraud cases were opened for further investigation and possible prosecution.

17 May 2021 - NW1127

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With respect to the second item on the list of external stakeholder's threats on page 46 of the Annual Performance Plan of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) for 2021-22, (a) who are the civil society organisations that the CCMA is referring to and (b) what are the reasons that the CCMA perceives them as posing a threat to its independence?

Reply:

a) The CCMA has noticed an emerging trend where political parties with established labour desks/advice offices are representing parties in CCMA processes, making use of the expanded representation provision as per CCMA Rule 25(6). This trend is likely to continue as worker representativity across various workplaces is declining with vulnerable workers seeking or forming new associations to assist them.

b) The participation of political parties in CCMA processes may be perceived as political interference by the public, posing a risk to the perceived objectivity and independence of the CCMA

16 April 2021 - NW942

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De Villiers, Mr JN to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With reference to the latest Estimates of National Expenditure, what are the (a) relevant details of the increase in the number of personnel from 209 to 241 between the 2019-20 and 2023-24 financial years and (b) reasons that the estimated number of personnel in the 2023-24 financial year exceeds the 234 to 241 funded posts in his department?

Reply:

(a) In terms of the enabling Legislation of the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), the Compensation Fund (CF) and Supported Employment Enterprises (SEE), the Minister of Labour (now Employment and Labour) appoints a Commissioner and support staff to perform the functions of the Funds and seconds such to the Funds.

As a result of this, it is the Department that is the registered employer and all appointments are made in line with the Public Service Act and accompanying Regulations. The Department therefore performs all payroll functions for the Department, the UIF, CF and SEE as one employer.

In terms of Compensation of Employees (CoE or payroll), the allocation of expenditure is governed by an Organisational Development (OD) exercise determining the functions and the level of such functions performed by positions contained in the approved establishment. This is commonly referred to as the “Approved Percentage Split”. This information is captured against positions on the establishment and is monitored and controlled by the Human Resource Management units within the Department as well as the UIF, CF and SEE.

The establishment is confirmed as being correct at regular intervals as it is this establishment which determines the value of CoE that is expensed against the Vote or alternatively recovered from the respective Fund.

(b) As a result of this symbiotic relationship, the Department reflects an approved establishment of 9990 on PERSAL however, only expenditure in respect of 2987 positions are expensed against the CoE allocations reflected in the Estimates of National Expenditure, and not 9990 positions as per the approved establishment.

08 April 2021 - NW1006

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)In light of confirmation on Wednesday, 10 March 2021, by the Director-General of the Department of Public Service and Administration of endemic post vacancies within various government departments, (a) what (i) total number of posts in his department are currently vacant and not occupied and (ii) are the relevant details of each specified post and (b) for how long has each post been vacant; (2) (a) what total number of vacant posts in his department are occupied on an acting basis and (b) for how long has each specified post been vacant?

Reply:

There are currently 1157 vacant position in the Department that are not occupied.

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COMPONENT DESCRIPTION

POST SALARY LEVEL

POST JOB TITLE DESCRIPTION

PERIOD POST HAS BEEN VACANT (MONTHS)

OFFICE OF THE DG

 

 

 

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:ADMINISTRATIVE & STRATEGIC SUPPORT

6

INSPECTION & ENFORCEMENT SERVICES

 

 

 

SUB DIV. ADMIN SUPPORT

7

PRACTITIONER : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

14

DIR :ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

8

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

7

DIRECT:CONSTRUCT EXPLOSIVE AND MAJOR HAZARD INSTAL

8

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

9

DIRECTORATE : HEALTH AND HYGIENE

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

7

DIRECTORATE : HEALTH AND HYGIENE

8

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

7

SUB DIRECTORATE:ADVOCACY AND STAKEHOLDER RELATIONS

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT

7

LABOUR MARKET & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

 

 

 

SUBDIRECTORATE:LABOUR MARKET AND MONITORING

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR DEVELOPMENT & MONITORING

15

STRENGTHENING CIVIL SOCIETY

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SUPPORT SERVICES (LR)

14

DIRECTORATE:EMPLOYMENT EQUITY

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

11

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : EMPLOYMENT EQUITY

15

COMPLIANCE & MONITORING

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

BARGAINING COUNCILS B

7

PRACTITIONER: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

11

DIRECTORATE: NMW POLICY BCEA & ADMINISTRATION

13

DIRECTOR: NMW POLICY BCEA & ADMINISTRATION

22

SUB-DIRECTORATE: BCEA ADMINISTRATION

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: BCEA ADMINISTRATION

13

SUB-DIRECTORATE: RESEARCH AND DATA

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: RESEARCH AND DATA

22

SUB-DIRECTORATE: MONITORING AND EVALUATION(NMW)

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:MONITORING AND EVALUATION

22

CORPORATE SERVICES

 

 

 

ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

20

DIVISION: GENERIC TRAINING

7

PRINCIPAL TRAINING OFFICER

10

DIVISION: GENERIC TRAINING

8

SENIOR TRAINING OFFICER

18

SUB DIR : EHWP

9

ASSIST DIRECTOR:EMPLOYMENT HEALTH AND WELLNESS PRO

3

SUB DIR : EHWP

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : EHWP

11

SD:POLICY RESEARCH AND MONITORING

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

9

DIVISION : M1

7

PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER: HRO

2

DIVISION :M2

5

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

1

DIVISION :M2

5

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

10

SECTION :REGISTRY

3

MESSENGER

13

SECTION :REGISTRY

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK

10

SECTION :REGISTRY

7

CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK

13

SUB:DIRECTORATE:GRIEVANCES & DISCIPLINE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

8

SUB:DIRECTORATE:GRIEVANCES & DISCIPLINE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

5

SD:SOLUTION AND APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT(JAVA)

9

APPLICATION DEVELOPER

71

DIRECTORATE:INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECH (UIF)

13

DIRECTOR:ICT UIF

27

SUB DIRECTORATE: ICT SERVICE DESK

6

SERVICE DESK AGENTS

11

SUB DIRECTORATE : END-USER SUPPORT

8

FIELD ICT TECHNICIAN

1

CHIEF DIRECTORATE:LEGAL SERVICES

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

46

DIRECTORATE: LEGAL SERVICE

13

PRINCIPAL LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

9

SUB DIRECTORATE:LEGAL SERVICES

10

MR6 LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER SENIOR

17

SUBDIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL CONTROL

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:FINANCIAL CONTROL

5

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

12

FINANCIAL CONTROL

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

12

BUSINESS UNIT 2

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

DIVISION:SALARY PREPARATIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

10

DIVISION:SALARY PREPARATIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

DIVISION: DEDUCTIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

12

SERVICE TERMINATIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

16

SERVICE TERMINATIONS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

9

DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL LIAISON PUBLIC ENTITIE

13

DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL LIAISON PUBLIC ENTITIES

5

SUBDIRECTORATE:SKILLS FUND & SETA CONTROL

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SKILLS FUND & SETAS CONTROL

12

DIRECTORATE:OFFICE ADMINISTR&SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGMEN

13

DIRECTOR: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

SUBSECTION:ORDERS

5

PROVISIONING CLERK

16

SUBSECTION: TRANSIT

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

5

CONTRACTS AND DEMAND MANAGEMENT

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

6

DIVISION:FLEET MONITORING AND INSPECTION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FLEET MONITORING AND INSPECTION

8

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS AND BOOKINGS

7

ACCOUNT AND BOOKING OFFICER

14

DIVISION:ACCOMODATION MANAGEMENT

3

TRADE AID

14

DIVISION:OFFICE SUPPORT

4

OPERATOR

7

DIVISION:OFFICE SUPPORT

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

17

DIVISION:OFFICE SUPPORT

8

SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATIONÄOFFICER

4

DIRETORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT

7

ADMIN OFFICER: INTERNAL AUDIT

11

DIRETORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

1

DIVISION: 2

7

INTERNAL AUDITOR

1

DIVISION: 2

8

SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR

14

DIVISION: 4

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INTERNAL AUDIT

15

INFORMATION SECURITY

7

SECURITY ADMIN OFFICER: INFORMATION

1

TRAINING

7

SECURITY TRAINING OFFICER

18

DIRECTORATE: RISK MANAGEMENT:HO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: RISK MANAGEMENT

12

DIRECTORATE: RISK MANAGEMENT:HO

13

DIRECTOR:RISK MANAGEMENT

8

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

 

 

 

BRANCH : PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

9

PERSONAL ASSISTANT

4

SUB DIR:EMPLOYMENT SERVICES STATISTICS

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

18

SUB DIR: ESSA COORDINATION

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:SYSTEM COORDINATOR SUPPORT

13

SUB DIR:ESSA TECHNICAL SUPPORT

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

DIR:WORK-SEEKER SUPPORT SERVICES

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

SUB DIR:EMPLOYMENT COUNSELLING

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

14

CD: SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT ENTERPRISES

 

 

 

CD:SHELTERED EMPLOYMENT FACTORIES

14

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

25

DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:SEF

13

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

12

UNIT:DEBTORS

5

DEBTORS CLERK

3

UNIT:CREDITORS

5

CREDITORS CLERK

2

UNIT:CREDITORS ACCOUNTANT

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT:CREDITORS

13

SUB DIR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

25

UNIT: PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT (2)

5

PROCUREMENT CLERK

14

SUB DIR:BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:BUSINESS DEVEL MANAGEMENT

82

PIETERMARITZBURG:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

21

PIETERMARITZBURG:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

28

PIETERMARITZBURG:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

1

PORT ELIZABETH:FACTORY CENTRE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FACTORY PRODUCTION

2

PORT ELIZABETH:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

4

POTCHESTROOM:FACTORY CENTRE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FACTORY PRODUCTION

7

POTCHEFSTROOM WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

6

HUMAN RESOURCEÄSUPPORT FREE STATE

8

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

11

PRETORIA:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

80

PRETORIA:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

6

PRETORIA:WORKSHOP

9

WORKSHOP TEAM LEADER

48

HUMAN RESOURCEÄSUPPORT: KWAZULU NATAL

8

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

7

WORKSHOP: EASTERN CAPE

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

82

WORKSHOP: EASTERN CAPE

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

32

WORKSHOP: EPPING

7

FACTORY STORE:ADMINISTRATOR

4

SUPPORT SERVICES: EPPING

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

22

SPRINGFIELD:HUMAN RESOURCE SUPPORT

8

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

7

SPRINGFIELD:WORKSHOP

9

WORKSHOP TEAM LEADER

7

SPRINGFIELD SUPPORT SERVICES

5

DRIVER/MESSENGER

18

RAND:WORKSHOP

5

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

6

RAND:SUPPORT SERVICES

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

24

OFFICE OF THE COO

 

 

 

SUB DIRECTORATE:PLANNING SUPPORT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PLANNING AND SUPPORT

4

GAUTENG

 

 

 

SECTION:TYPING POOL: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

13

SECTION:SWITCHBOARD: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

TELECOM-OPERATOR

21

SECTION:SWITCHBOARD: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

TELECOM-OPERATOR

11

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:GAUTENG PROVI

5

PROVISIONING CLERK

2

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:GAUTENG PROVI

7

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

2

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS:GP

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS:GP

5

DRIVER

13

DIVISION:FLEET MONITORING & INSPECTION:GP

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

SUBUNIT:DATA MANAGEMENT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

15

SUBUNIT:FINANCE & PROVISIONING: GAUTENG PROVINCE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

14

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES GAUTENG

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

SUBUNIT:ADVISORY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:EMPLOYMENT COUNSELING

11

SUBUNIT:ADMINISTRATION SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ALBERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BENONI.

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

78

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BENONI.

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

74

INSPECTION SERVICES: BENONI

6

INSPECTOR

22

INSPECTION SERVICES: BENONI

8

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES: BENONI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: BENONI.

3

OFFICE AID

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BENONI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: BOKSBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: BOKSBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

16

INSPECTION SERVICES: BOKSBURG

8

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: BOKSBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BOKSBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BRAKPAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

18

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BRAKPAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: BRAKPAN

3

OFFICE AID

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BRAKPAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

28

REGISTRATION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

24

INSPECTION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

INSPECTOR

17

INSPECTION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

8

INSPECTOR

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICE: GERMISTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

18

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GERMISTON

3

OFFICE AID

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GERMISTON

5

TELECOM-OPERATOR

12

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GERMISTON

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

20

PAYMASTER SECTION: GERMISTON

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND CLAIMS SECTION:GERMIST

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

4

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND CLAIMS SECTION:GERMIST

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

7

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND CLAIMS SECTION:GERMIST

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

15

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GERMISTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

73

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

13

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

81

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

72

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

79

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

27

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

28

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

28

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

29

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROCESSING POINT:JOHANNESBU

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

28

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:JHB

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

46

CLAIM PROCESSING:JHB

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

12

CLAIM PROCESSING:JHB

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

26

CLAIM PROCESSING:JHB

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

9

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

18

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

16

INSPECTION SERVICE: KEMPTON PARK

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICE: KEMPTON PARK

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:KEMPTON PARK

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

12

PENSION ADMINISTRATION:KEMPTON PARK

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

3

CLAIM PROCESSING:KEMPTON PARK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

CLAIM PROCESSING:KEMPTON PARK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

28

CLAIM PROCESSING:KEMPTON PARK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

46

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: NIGEL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RANDBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RANDBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

COID SERVICES:RANDBURG

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

30

PENSION ADMINISTRATION:RANDBURG

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

20

CLAIM PROCESSING:RANDBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

54

CLAIM PROCESSING:RANDBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

46

CLAIM PROCESSING:RANDBURG

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

24

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RANDBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ROODEPOORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: SANDTON

8

INSPECTOR

8

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SANDTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: SEBOKENG

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SEBOKENG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: SOWETO

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SOWETO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: SPRINGS

8

INSPECTOR

10

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SPRINGS

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: VANDERBIJL PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

62

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VANDERBIJLPARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

16

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: VEREENIGING

4

SECURITY OFFICER

1

MEDICAL ADJUDICATOR:VEREENIGING

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

46

CLAIM PROCESSING:VEREENIGING

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

40

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:ATTERIDGEVILLE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

14

DIVISION:MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:ATTERIDGEVILLE

3

OFFICE AID

14

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ATTERIDGEVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

14

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:INSPECTION SERVICES:GARANKUWA

6

INSPECTOR

6

DIVISION:INSPECTION SERVICES:GARANKUWA

6

INSPECTOR

18

DIVISION:INSPECTION SERVICES:GARANKUWA

8

INSPECTOR

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GA-RANKUWA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:KRUGERSDORP

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:KRUGERSDORP

3

OFFICE AID

2

CLAIM PROCESSING:KRUGERSDORP

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KRUGERSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:MAMELODI

3

OFFICE AID

6

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROCESSING POINT:MAMELODI

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

1

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:MAMELODI

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

30

CLAIM PROCESSING:MAMELODI

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

30

CLAIM PROCESSING:MAMELODI

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

33

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MAMELODI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISRATION SERVICES:PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISRATION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

7

REGISRATION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PRETORIA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

3

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PRETORIA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

14

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

24

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

19

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

19

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

35

PENSION ADMINISTRATION: PRETORIA

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

25

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION: PRETORIA

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

12

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION: PRETORIA

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

15

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

74

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

28

INSPECTION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

8

INSPECTOR

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:RANDFONTEIN

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

CLAIM PROCESSING:SOSHANGUVE

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

13

CLAIM PROCESSING:SOSHANGUVE

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

53

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SOSHANGUVE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:TEMBA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:TEMBA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:TEMBA

6

INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TEMBA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT:GP

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:RISK MANAGEMENT

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:GAUTENG

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: GAUTENG

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: GAUTENG

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:OPERATIONS: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SNR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OFF:BS

7

ASSESSMENT SERVICES:GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

13

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

3

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

8

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

16

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

2

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

13

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

DIRECTORATE:COID SERVICES:GP

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

46

DISABILITY & CASE MANAGEMENT:GP

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

27

DISABILITY & CASE MANAGEMENT:GP

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

46

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SENIOR EA SERVICES OFFICER

32

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

20

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

33

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

25

SUPPORT SERVICES:IES:GP

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY:IES:GP

8

EE INSPECTOR

4

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY:IES:GP

10

PRINC INSPECTOR :EE

34

STATUTORY SERVICES:IES:GP

8

SENIOR STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

4

STATUTORY SERVICES:IES:GP

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

33

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

13

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

13

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

10

LIMPOPO

 

 

 

CD:PO LIMPOPO

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

18

SUBUNIT:HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IR RECRU:LIMPOPO

7

PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER

2

SUBUNIT:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY& OFFICE ADMIN:LIMPO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INFORMATION &TECHNOLOGY

2

SECTION:ACCOUNTING:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

20

DIVISION ACCOUNTS&BOOKINGS:LIMPOPO

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

DIVISION FLEET MONITORING&INSPECTION:LIMPOPO

7

PRACTITIONER:FLEET MONITORING & INSPECTION

16

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - LIMPOPO PROV

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:PROVIN:LIMPOP

5

PROVISIONING CLERK

7

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:PROVIN:LIMPOP

7

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER SENIOR

2

SUBUNIT:LABOUR SUPPLY AND DEMAND:LIMPOPO

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:LMIS&P

2

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES LIMPOPO

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

34

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES LIMPOPO

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICESE: LIMPOPO

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

SUB-DIR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: LIMPOPO

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: LIMPOPO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: LIMPOPO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

COMPENSATION FUND:PROVINCIAL OFFICE LIMPOPO

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

2

OPERATIONS:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

103

OPERATIONS:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

103

OPERATIONS:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

103

ASSESSMENT SERVICES SECTION:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

4

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

2

LABOUR CENTRE:GIYANI

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GIYANI

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

27

INSPECTION SERVICES: GIYANI

8

TEAM LEADER

20

INSPECTION SERVICES: GIYANI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GIYANI

3

OFFICE AID

10

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GIYANI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:JANE FURSE

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 2

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JANE FURSE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LEBOWAKGOMO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:LEPHALALE

6

INSPECTOR

19

INSPECTION SERVICES:LEPHALALE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LEPHALALE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

15

INSPECTION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LOUIS TRICHARD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:MODIMOLLE

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:MODIMOLLE

6

INSPECTOR

8

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:MODIMOLLE

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

6

CLAIM PROCESSING:MODIMOLLE

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:MODIMOLLE

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MODIMOLLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MODIMOLLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MODIMOLLE

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:MOKOPANE

6

INSPECTOR

18

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MOKOPANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PHALABORWA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PHALABORWA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PHALABORWA

3

OFFICE AID

39

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PHALABORWA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

6

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

TEAM LEADER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

TEAM LEADER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

TEAM LEADER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

38

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

19

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

14

PENSION ADMINISTRATION:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

30

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POLOKWANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POLOKWANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POLOKWANE

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:SESHEGO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

INSPECTION SERVICES:SESHEGO

7

INSPECTOR

22

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SESHEGO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

14

INSPECTION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

7

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

8

TEAM LEADER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

8

TEAM LEADER

20

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

2

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:THOHOYANDOU

3

OFFICE AID

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:THOHOYANDOU

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

8

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

5

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

4

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

9

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

9

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

16

COID CLIENT SERVICES: THOHOYANDOU

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:TZANEEN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

20

INSPECTION SERVICES:TZANEEN

8

INSPECTOR

14

INSPECTION SERVICES:TZANEEN

8

TEAM LEADER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:TZANEEN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

COID SERVICES:TZANEEN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

14

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:TZANEEN

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

CLAIM PROCESSING:TZANEEN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

14

CLAIM PROCESSING:TZANEEN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TZANEEN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TZANEEN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TZANEEN

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:GROBLERSDAL

6

INSPECTOR

2

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:GROBLERSDAL

3

OFFICE AID

34

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GROBLERSDAL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBDIRECTORATE:COID SERVICES:LIMPOPO

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:COIDA

24

DISABILITY MANAGEMENT:LIMPOPO

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

14

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR EA SERVICES OFFICER

24

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

27

CIVIL AND CONSTRACTION ENGINEERING:LIMPOPO

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:CIVIL CONTRUC ENG

13

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:LIMPOPO

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:LIMPOPO

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

9

STATUTORY SERVICES:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

34

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY:LIMPOPO

8

EE INSPECTOR

2

EASTERN CAPE

 

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS: EASTERN CAPE

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

DIR: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES EASTERN CAPE

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

6

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: EASTERN CAPE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:EASTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:EASTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: OPERATIONS: EASTERN CAPE

8

SNR UIF OPERATION OFFICER:BS

2

BUSINESS UNIT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: EC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

3

SUBUNIT: TRAINING AND PERFORM MAN:EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

SUBUNIT:HUM RESOUR MAN&IR RECRUIT SER:EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

SUBUNIT:HUM RESOUR MAN&IR RECRUIT SER:EASTERN CAPE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

2

SECTION: MAINTENANCE SERVICE: EASTERN CAPE

3

OFFICE AID

11

SECTION: MAINTENANCE SERVICE: EASTERN CAPE

5

GENERAL FOREMAN

37

SECTION: SECURITY SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

4

SECURITY OFFICER

5

SECTION: SECURITY SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

7

SECURITY ADMIN OFFICER

7

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS EASTERN CAPE

5

DRIVER

8

DIVISION:FLEET MONITORING &INSPECTION EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

DIV:ACCIDENTS LOSSES & MAINTANANCE EASTERN CAPE

7

TECHNICIAN

5

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - EASTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ALIWAL NORTH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CRADOCK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

SECTION:PENSION ADMINISTRATION EAST LONDON

8

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

6

INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

8

TEAM LEADER

7

REGISTRATION SERVICES: FORT BEAUFORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES: FORT BEAUFORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC.EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C FORT BEAUF

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

10

COID CLIENT SERVICES: FORT BEAUFORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: GRAHAMSTOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

10

DIVISION:PUBLIC.EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C KING WTOWN

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MACLEAR

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MACLEAR

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC.EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C MDANTSANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MDANTSANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MTHATHA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

9

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MTHATHA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

6

OHS INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

TEAM LEADER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

DIVISION:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C MTHATHA

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

11

DIVISION:PENSION ADMINISTRATION MTHATHA

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

7

LABOUR CENTRE: PORT ELIZABETH

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

14

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT SERV

19

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

TEAM LEADER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: PORT ELIZABETH

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

20

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: PORT ELIZABETH

6

SECURITY OFFICER.

10

PAYMASTER. CLAIMS AND REGISTRATION:PORT ELIZABETH

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

2

PAYMASTER. CLAIMS AND REGISTRATION:PORT ELIZABETH

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

12

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

0

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

0

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

6

LABOUR CENTRE: QUEENSTOWN

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: QUEENSTOWN

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES: QUEENSTOWN

6

INSPECTOR

8

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

0

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

18

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:UITENHAGE

7

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:UITENHAGE

8

TEAM LEADER

12

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:UITENHAGE

3

OFFICE AID

4

DIVISION: LEGAL ADMINISTRATION EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT SERVICES EASTERN CAPE

13

PROVINCIAL CHIEF INSPECTOR:IES

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

6

DIVISION: BCEA:EASTERN CAPE

10

PRINC INSPECTOR BCEA

10

KZN

 

 

 

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES KZN

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

SUBUNIT:PLACEMENT SERVICES:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:KZN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

1

SUBUNIT:ADMINISTRATION SERVICES:PROVINCIAL OFF:KZN

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:KZN

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: KZN

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: KZN

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

BUSINESS UNIT:BENEFICIARY SERVICES:PROV OFFICE:KZN

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

11

DIVISION OPERATIONS:PROV OFF:KWAZULU-NATAL

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

46

DIVISION OPERATIONS:PROV OFF:KWAZULU-NATAL

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

2

SECTION GENERAL SUPPORT:KWAZULU-NATAL

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

45

COMPENSATION FUND: KWAZULU NATAL

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

83

DIVISION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:KWAZULU-NATAL

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

5

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

5

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: RISK MANAGEMENT

5

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:DUNDEE

7

CSO/MOBILE LABOUR CNTRE

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DUNDEE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:DUNDEE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:DUNDEE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

10

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:REGISTRATION SERVICES

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

8

TEAM LEADER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INSPECTION SERVICES

13

PES:DURBAN

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

2

PES:DURBAN

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

4

UI PROCESSING:DURBAN

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

2

PAYMENT SECTION:DURBAN

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

UI PROCESSING REGISTRY:DURBAN

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

2

CLAIM- PROCESSING: DURBAN

6

CLAIMS PROCESSOR

2

CLAIM- PROCESSING: DURBAN

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

8

TEAM LEADER

1

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

REGISTRATION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

8

TEAM LEADER

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

14

INSPECTION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

8

TEAM LEADER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

8

OHS INSPECTOR

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: NEWCASTLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

8

INSPECTOR

9

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PIETERMARITZBURG

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

28

UI PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

8

SNR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OFF:BS

10

UI PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

8

SNR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OFF:BS

7

UIF CLAIMS SECTION: PIETERMARITZBURG

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

8

CLAIM PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

CLAIM PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

CLAIM PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PINETOWN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: PINETOWN

7

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PINETOWN

7

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PINETOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

11

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PROSPECTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:PROSPECTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:PROSPECTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

LABOUR CENTRE: RICHARDS BAY

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHARDS BAY

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHARDS BAY

8

INSPECTOR

4

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:RICHARDS BAY

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:RICHARDS BAY

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RICHARDS BAY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RICHMOND

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

8

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RICHMOND

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHMOND

8

OHS INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHMOND

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RICHMOND

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANGER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANGER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:STANGER

8

OHS INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:STANGER

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:STANGER

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:ULUNDI

8

DRIVER/SUPERVISOR/MLC

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ULUNDI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:VERULAM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:VRYHEID

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:VRYHEID

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VRYHEID

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBUNIT:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICE ADMIN:PR:KZN

8

FIELD ICT TECHNICIAN

4

DIVISION: OFFICE SERVICES:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:KZN

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK

31

SECTION:REGISTRY:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:KWAZULU NATAL

5

REGISTRY CLERK

13

DIVISSION ACCIDENTS LOSSES&MAINTANANCE:KZN

7

TECHNICIAN

9

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT- KWAZULU NATAL

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION:KZN

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION:KZN

8

MR4 LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER GRADE 4

2

WESTERN CAPE

 

 

 

COMMUNICATION:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COMMUNICATION

1

SUBUNIT PLACEMENT SERVICES:PROV:WESTERN CAPE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

25

SUBUNIT HRM.IR RECRUITMENT SERVICES:WESTERN CAPE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER:EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

4

SUBUNIT HRM.IR RECRUITMENT SERVICES:WESTERN CAPE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

1

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIM MANAGEMENT - WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVI/ASSET MANAGEMENT:PROV WESTERN CAPE

7

CHIEF PROVISIONING ADMIN:ASSETS MANAGEMENT

1

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

BUSINESS UNIT BENEFICIARY:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

36

ASSESSMENT SERVICES:SECTION:PROVINCIA:WESTERN CAPE

5

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

6

REGISTRY SERVICE SECTION:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

15

EMPLOYER SERVICES SECTION:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

6

GENERAL SUPPORT SECTION:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

21

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT WESTERN CAPE

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:RISK MANAGEMENT

13

SUB DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT W/CAPE

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:FRAUD INVESTIGATION

11

SUB DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT W/CAPE

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:FRAUD INVESTIGATION

1

SUB DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT W/CAPE

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:RISK MANAGEMENT

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: BEAUFORT WEST

6

INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: BEAUFORT WEST

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: BEAUFORT WEST

8

TEAM LEADER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BEAUFORT WEST

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

7

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BELVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:BELVILLE

8

INSPECTOR

4

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:BELVILLE

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

2

CLAIM PROCESSING:BELVILLE

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

0

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BELVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BELVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

8

TEAM LEADER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

8

TEAM LEADER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

8

INSPECTOR

6

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CAREER COUNSELLOR

16

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: CAPE TOWN

3

OFFICE AID

2

COID SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

1

CLAIM PROCESSING: CAPE TOWN

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: GEORGE

8

INSPECTOR

8

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GEORGE

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GEORGE

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

LABOUR CENTRE: KNYSNA

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

2

LABOUR CENTRE: MITCHELL'S PLAIN

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

10

INSPECTION SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

6

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

7

INSPECTOR

22

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: OUDTSHOORN

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: OUDTSHOORN

7

INSPECTOR

25

INSPECTION SERVICES: OUDTSHOORN

8

TEAM LEADER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PAARL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PAARL

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PAARL

8

TEAM LEADER

9

REGISTRATION SERVICES: SOMERSET WEST

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: SOMERSET WEST

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: VREDENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: VREDENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

6

REGISTRATION SERVICES: WORCESTER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: WORCESTER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: WORCESTER

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES: WORCESTER

8

OHS INSPECTOR

2

DIRECTORARE:COID SERVICES WC

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

4

DISABILITY MANAGEMENT:WESTERN CAPE

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

4

DISABILITY MANAGEMENT:WESTERN CAPE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY GRADE 1

10

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION:WESTERN CAPE

7

MR3 LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER GRADE 3

25

DIVISION EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROV WESTERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

17

SUB DIR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:WC

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

3

FREE STATE

 

 

 

SUBUNIT:INFO TECH OFFICE ADMIN: FREE STATE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:INFO AND TECHNOLOG OFFICE ADMIN

6

MAIN REGISTRY: FREE STATE

3

MESSENGER

12

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - FREE STATE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES FREE STATE

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

15

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES:FREE STATE

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: FREE STATE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: OPERATIONS: FREE STATE

8

SNR UIF OPERATION OFFICER:BS

4

RISK MANAGEMENT: FREE STATE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:RISK MANAGEMENT

11

SUBUNIT:HR MAN INT REL RECRUITM SERV: FREE STATE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER:EMPLOYMNET RELATIONS

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BETHLEHEM

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:BETHLEHEM

8

TEAM LEADER

7

DIVISION: PENSION ADMINISTRATION BETHLEHEM

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

3

DIVISION: CLAIM PROCESSING BETHLEHEM

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BETHLEHEM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BETHLEHEM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBDIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING BLOEMFONTEIN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

2

SUBDIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING BLOEMFONTEIN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

2

REGISTRATION SECTION:BLOEMFONTEIN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK : UIF

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:BLOEMFONTEIN

7

CSO/MOBILE LABOUR CNTRE

0

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BLOEMFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:L/C FICKSBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C FICKSBURG

6

INSPECTOR

3

LABOUR CENTRE:HARRISMITH

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: HARRISMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:KROONSTAD

7

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:KROONSTAD

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KROONSTAD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: PHUTHADITJABA

3

OFFICE AID

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PHUTHADITJABA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PHUTHADITJABA

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PHUTHADITJABA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:SASOLBURG: FREE STATE

6

INSPECTOR

12

INSPECTION SERVICES:SASOLBURG: FREE STATE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SASOLBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BOTSHABELO: FREE STATE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

SATELLITE OFFICE THABANCHU: BOTSHABELO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BOTSHABELO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

UIF CLAIM SECTION: WELKOM

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES: WELKOM: FREE STATAE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

3

DIVISION::MEDICAL ADJUDICATION WELKOM

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WELKOM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WELKOM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WELKOM

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C ZASTRON

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

2

DIRECTORATE:COID SERVICES FREE STATE

13

SENIOR MANAGER:MEDICAL SERVICES

7

DIVISION:LEGAL ADMINISTRATION FREE STATE

9

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: FREE STATE

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

8

CIVIL CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING FREE STATE

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:CIVIL CONTRUC ENG

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE FREE STATE

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FREE STATE

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

13

NORTHERN CAPE

 

 

 

SUBUNIT:IT OFFICE ADMIN:NC

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INFORMATION &TECHNOLOGY

6

SECTION: SECURITY SERVICES: PO NC

4

SECURITY OFFICER

7

DIV:FINANCE :NC

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

30

SECTION:ACCOUNTING:NC

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

1

SUB DIRECT:FLEET MANAGEM SERVICES NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FLEET MANAGEMENT SERVICES

2

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS NORTHERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

30

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

BUSINESS UNIT:EMPLOYMENT COUNSELLING NORTHERN CAPE

12

PRINCIPAL PSYCHOLOGIST GRADE 1

1

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTHERN CAPE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: FINANC MANAGEMENT: NORTHERN CAPE

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

DIVISION: RISK MANAGEMENT: NORTHERN CAPE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:RISK MANAGEMENT

3

SU:HRM IR RECRUITMENT SERVICE:NORTHERN CAPE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES: CALVINIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICE: DE AAR

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:KIMBERLEY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

7

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

22

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

24

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KIMBERLEY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KIMBERLEY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

LABOUR CENTRE:KURUMAN

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

12

DIV:REGISTRATION SER:KURUMAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

DIV:INSPECTION SERVIVE:KURUMAN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POSTMASBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERV SPRINGBOK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

DIV:INSPECTION SERV. SPRINGBOK

6

INSPECTOR

8

LABOUR CENTRE : UPINGTON

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

12

DIV:REGISTRATION SERV:UPINGTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

13

DIV:REGISTRATION SERV:UPINGTON

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

12

DIV:INSPECTION SERV:UPINGTON

8

INSPECTOR

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: UPINGTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: UPINGTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: UPINGTON

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT NORTHERN CAPE

12

SPECIALIST :EMPLOYER AUDIT

8

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

1

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: NORTHERN CAPE

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

15

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: NORTHERN CAPE

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

14

DIVISION : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE :NC

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

7

DIVISION : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE :NC

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

6

DIVISION: STATUTORY SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

8

STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

3

NORTH WEST

 

 

 

SUBUNIT:LABOUR SUPPLY AND DEMAND: NORTH WEST

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:LABOUR MARKET INFORMATION SYST

28

SECTION: TYPING POOL: NORTH WEST

6

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

2

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - NORTH WEST

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVISION: PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION: NORTH WEST

8

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER SENIOR

14

BUSINESS UNIT: EMPLOYMENT COUNSELLING NORTH WEST

12

PRINCIPAL PSYCHOLOGIST GRADE 1

7

BUSINESS UNIT:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES NORTH WES

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPOYMENT SERVICES

9

SUBUNIT: ADVISORY SERVICES: NORTH WEST

10

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PRACTITIONER 3

14

SUBUNIT: ADMINISTRATION SERVICES: NORTH WEST

7

PRACTITIONER:PES DELIVERY SUPPORT

12

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTH WEST

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTH WEST

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTH WEST

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTH WEST

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

OPERATIONS: NORTH WEST

8

SNR UIF OPERATION OFFICER:BS

1

ASSESMENT SERVICES: NORTH WEST

8

ASSESSMENT SERVICE OFFICER:BS

22

SUBDIVISION:RISK ASSESMENT:NORTH WEST

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

11

SUBUNIT:HUMAN RESÄMAN IR RECRUITM SERV: NORTH WEST

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

1

SUBUNIT:HUMAN RESÄMAN IR RECRUITM SERV: NORTH WEST

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: BRITS

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES: BRITS

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BRITS

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C CHRISTIANA

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CHRISTIANA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

TEAM LEADER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

TEAM LEADER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

SUBDIVISION:/:CLAIM PROCESSING KLERKSDORP

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

SUBDIVISION:/:PENSION ADMINISTRATION KLERKSDORP

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

LABOUR CENTRE:LICHTENBURG

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

6

INSPECTION SERVICES: LICHTENBURG

8

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES: LICHTENBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LICHTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

6

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROCESSING: MAFIKENG

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

11

DIVISION:COID SERVICES MAFIKENG

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

22

SUBDIVISION://CLAIM PROCESSING MAFIKENG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

6

SUBDIVISION:MEDICAL ADJUDICATION MAFIKENG

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

9

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MAFIKENG

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: RUSTENBURG: NORTH WEST

5

TELECOM OPERATOR

2

SUBDIVISION//:CLAIM PROCESSING RUSTENBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: TAUNG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

INSPECTION SERVICES: TAUNG

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES: TAUNG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE: TAUNG

7

CSO/MOBILE LABOUR CNTRE

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TAUNG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VRYBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:DISABILITY MANAGEMENT MMABATHO NW

7

PNA2 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 1 (GENERAL NURSING)

8

SUB DIR:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:NORTH WEST

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

4

DIVISION: SUPPORT SERVICES NORTH WEST

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

2

DIVISION: EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS NORTH WEST

12

SPECIALIST:EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS

10

MPUMALANGA

 

 

 

SUBUNIT OHS: MPUMALANGA

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR MARKET INFORM STAT &P

13

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES MPUMALANGA

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: MPUMALANGA

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

REGISTRY SERVICES:SECTION:PROVINCIAL:MPUMALANGA

3

MESSENGER

27

GENERAL SUPPORT:SECTION:PROVINCIAL:MPUMALANGA

8

SNR ADMINSTRATION OFFICER:BS

24

DIVISION:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:PROVINCIL:MPUMALANGA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

SUBUNIT TRAINING & PERFOMANCE MANAGEMENT:MPUMALANG

7

PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER

2

BUSINESS UNIT FINANCE & OFFICE SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:FINANCE AND OFFICE SERVICES

4

SECTION REGISTRY: MPUMALANGA

3

MESSENGER

29

SECTION SECURITY SERVICES: MPUMALANGA

4

SECURITY OFFICER

18

SECTION TYPING POOL:MPUMALANGA

5

TYPIST GRADE I PRINCIPAL

23

SUB-UNIT: FINANCE - MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCE

6

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVISION PROVISSIONING ADMIN: MPUMALANGA

7

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

1

SUB-DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT MPUMAL

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:FRAUD INVESTIGATION

27

INSPECTION SERVICES:BARBERTON

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BARBERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BETHAL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

INSPECTION SERVICES:BETHAL

6

INSPECTOR

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BETHAL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CAROLINA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: EERSTEHOEK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:ERMELO

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ERMELO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:MALELANE

8

DRIVER/SUPERVISOR/MLC

23

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MALELANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES.KWAMHLANGA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:KWAMHLANGA

6

INSPECTOR

12

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KWAMHLANGA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LYDENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LYDENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MIDDELBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:MBOMBELA

6

INSPECTOR

12

INSPECTION SERVICES:MBOMBELA

8

TEAM LEADER

8

CLAIM PROCESSING:MBOMBELA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

16

CLAIM PROCESSING:MBOMBELA

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

29

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PIET RETIEF

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VOLKRUST

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:SABIE

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

9

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SABIE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:SECUNDA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

CLAIM PROCESSING:SECUNDA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

MEDICAL AJUDICATION:SECUNDA

10

PNA4 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 3 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SECUNDA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SECUNDA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SECUNDA

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANDERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANDERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

COID CLIENT SERVICES: STANDERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:WITBANK

6

INSPECTOR

16

INSPECTION SERVICES:WITBANK

8

TEAM LEADER

8

CLAIM PROCESSING:WITBANK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

12

CLAIM PROCESSING:WITBANK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

MEDICAL AJUDICATION:WITBANK

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

DIVISION:EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROVIN:MPUMALANGA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:MPUMALANGA

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

5

STATUTORY SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

8

SENIOR STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

31

COMPENSATION FUND

 

 

 

DIRECTORATE:MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSIONER FUND

12

MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE 2

18

DIRECTORATE:MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSIONER FUND

12

MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE 3

10

DIRECTORATE:MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSIONER FUND

12

MANAGER MEDICAL SERVICES SENIOR

3

SUBDIRECT:EMPLOYEE REHABIL COMPENSATION FUND

11

PRINCIPAL MEDICAL OFFICER:EMPLOYEE REHABILITATION

19

SUB-DIRECTORATE: MEDICAL PAYMENTS

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:MEDICAL PAYMENTS

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE: BILLING AND CLINICAL CODING

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:BILLING &CLINICAL CODING

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: BILLING AND CLINICAL CODING

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:BILLING & CLINICAL CODING

35

SUB-DIR: VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CF(MP-FS & KZN)

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

38

SUB-DIR: VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CF(MP-FS & KZN)

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

38

DIRECTORATE: ORTHOTICS AND PROSTHETICS CC

10

CHIEF MEDICAL ORTHOTIST & PROSTHETIST GRADE 1

6

CHIEF DIRECTORATE: COID SERVICES

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

17

SUB-D:COMPENSATION BENEFITS(EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS) CC

6

CLAIMS PROCESSOR: EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS

8

SUB-D:COMPENSATION BENEFITS(EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS) CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS

17

SUB-DIRECTORATE: EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: EMPLOYER COMLIANCE

33

SUB-DIRECTORATE: EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: EMPLOYER COMLIANCE

33

SUB-DIRECTORATE: EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:EMPLOYERS COMPLIANCE

10

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION CLERK

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION CLERK

45

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION CLERK

45

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

33

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

33

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK: TARIFFS

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: REGISTRATION

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: REGISTRATION

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: REGISTRATION

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COMPENSATION FUND

1

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

11

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

22

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

51

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

39

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

18

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

1

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

16

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

9

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

20

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

21

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

21

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

21

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

19

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

52

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

25

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

35

SUBDIRECT:THIRD PARTY & LITIGATION CC

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

9

SUBDIRECTORATE: HEARING COMPENSATION FUND

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK: HEARINGS

19

SUBDIRECTORATE: HEARING COMPENSATION FUND

9

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

69

SUB-DIRECTORATE: INTERNAL CONTROL CC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:INTERNAL CONTROL

13

SUB-DIRECTORATE: DEBTORS MANAGEMENT CC

6

ESTATE CLERK

17

SUB-DIRECTORATE: DEBTORS MANAGEMENT CC

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: DEBT MANAGEMENT

3

SUB-DIRECTORATE: DEBTORS MANAGEMENT CC

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: DEBT MANAGEMENT

93

SUB-DIRECTORATE: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CC

6

CF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK

7

SUB-DIRECTORATE: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CC

6

CF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK

45

DIVISION: ACCOUNTS-RECEIVABLE COMPENSATION FUND

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE

24

DIVISION: ACCOUNTS-RECEIVABLE COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

48

DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL REPORTING COMPENSATION FUND

13

DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL REPORTING

1

DIVISION: FINANCIAL REPORTING CC

5

ACCOUTING CLERK: GENERAL LEDGER

40

SUB DIRECT:SYSTEM ADMIN COMPENSATION FUND

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION OPERATIO

8

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

24

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

18

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

29

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

37

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

29

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: ACCOUNTANTS PAYABLE

16

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

18

SUB DIRECT:BANK RECONCILIAT COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK: BANK RECONCILIATION

17

SUB DIRECT:BANK RECONCILIAT COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK: BANK RECONCILIATION

35

SUB DIRECT:BANK RECONCILIAT COMPENSATION FUND

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: BANK RECONCILIATION

1

SUB DIRECTORATE:BUDGET CONTROL COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK: BUDGET CONTROL

16

SUB DIRECTORATE:BUDGET CONTROL COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: BUDGET CONTROL

10

SUB DIRECT:DEMAND& ACQUISITION COMPENSATION FUND

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:DEMAND & ACQUISATION

13

DEMAND COMPENSATION FUND

5

SCM ADMINISTRATION CLERK: DEMAND

24

QUOTATIONS COMPENSATION FUND

7

SCM PRACTITIONER: QUOTATIONS

15

CONTRACTS COMPENSATION FUND

5

SCM ADMINISTRATION CLERK: CONTRACTS

23

CONTRACTS COMPENSATION FUND

7

SCM PRACTITIONER: CONTRACTS

20

SUBDIRECT:EMPLOYEE RELATIONS COMPENSATION FUND

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

6

SUBDIRECT:EMPLOYEE HEALTH & WELLNESS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:GENDER DISABILITY & YOUTH

3

SUBDIRECT:MARKETING & COMMUNIC COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

3

SUB-DIR: ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN & JOB EVALUATION CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN&JOB EVALU

8

SUB-DIR:BUSINESS PROCESS & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT CC

9

ASSIST DIR: BUSINESS PROCESS & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

13

SUB-DIRECTORATE: CHANGE MANAGEMENT

8

SNR PRACTITIONER:CHANGE MANAGEMENT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: CHANGE MANAGEMENT

9

ASSITANT DIRECTOR:CHANGE MANAGEMENT

35

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

4

REGISTRY CLERK

12

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

4

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

46

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

REGISTRY CLERK

11

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

REGISTRY CLERK

9

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

15

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

8

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

38

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

1

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

1

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

17

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

5

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

46

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

46

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

11

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

28

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FLEET & TRAVEL

7

DIVISION: TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPENSATION COMMISSI

8

TECHNICIAN:TELECOMMUNICATION

38

SUB DIRECT:PHYSICAL SECURITY COMPENSATION FUND

7

SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER

16

SUB-DIR:FACILITIES MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

6

MAINTENANCE OFFICER

9

SUB-DIR:FACILITIES MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

6

MAINTENANCE OFFICER

46

SUB-DIR: POLICY COORDINATION MONITORING &EVAL CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:POLICY COORDINATION MONI & EVAL

46

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUBDIRECT:IT IMPLIMENTATION COMPENSARION FUND

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:IT PROJECT MANAGER

22

SUBDIRECTORATE: CONTACT CENTRE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:CUSTOMER CARE

24

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

17

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

13

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

15

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

16

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

3

DIVISION: WALK IN CENTRE COMPENSATION FUND

8

SUPERVISOR: WALK-IN CENTRE

23

SUB-DIR:CLIENT SUPPORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE AGENT: EMPLOYER SERVICES

2

SUB-DIR:CLIENT SUPPORT

10

ASD:SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT & CLIENT SUPPORT

29

SUBDIRECT:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE AUDITS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COMPLIANCE AND ASSURANCE

1

SUBDIRECT:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE AUDITS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COMPLIANCE AND ASSURANCE

1

SUBDIRECT:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE AUDITS CC

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE

1

SUB-DIRECTORATE: QUALITY ASSURANCE CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: AUDIT QUALITY ASSURANCE

8

SUB-DIRECTORATE: ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

17

SUB-DIR:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MNGT CC

9

ASD:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT

35

SUB-DIR:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MNGT CC

9

ASD:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT

35

SUB-DIR: FRAUD PREVENTION AND INTERGRITY MNGT CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FRAUD PREVENTION

18

SUB-DIR: FRAUD PREVENTION AND INTERGRITY MNGT CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FRAUD PREVENTION

24

SUB-DIR: FRAUD PREVENTION AND INTERGRITY MNGT CC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:FRAUD PREVENTION & INTEGRITY MANAG

23

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

8

FRAUD INVESTIGATOR

4

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

8

FRAUD INVESTIGATOR

24

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

26

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

26

SUB-DIRECTORATE:BOARD AND CORPORATE SECRETARIAT CC

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK:BOARD & CORPORATE SECRETARIAT

13

UIF

 

 

 

DIRECTORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT:UIF

13

DIRECTOR:INTERNAL AUDIT

5

SUB DIRECTORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT:UIF

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INTERNAL AUDIT

2

SUB DIRECTORATE:IT AUDIT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

1

DIR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES(WC & NC & EC)UIF

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

7

DIR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES(MP & FS & KZN)UIF

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

1

CHIEF DIRECTORATE: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT-UIF

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

18

SECTION:CALL CENTRE

7

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

11

SECTION:CALL CENTRE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CALL CENTRE

34

SECTION:EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

SUB DIR: BUSINESS OPERATIONS STATISTICS

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

31

SUB-DIRECTORATE:OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:E-OPERATIONS

26

SUB-DIRECTORATE:OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

4

SECTION:TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

8

TRAINING OFFICER SENIOR

6

SECTION: EMPLOYEE HEALTH WELLNESS PROGRAMME

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:EHWP

13

SECTION: MEDIA RELATIONS

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

44

SECTION: MEDIA RELATIONS

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

54

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PROJECTS MANAGEMENT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR PROGRAMMES:UI

8

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PROJECTS MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTORS:PROGRAMMES:UI

7

SECTION: RECORDS MANAGEMENT

4

PRINTER / MACHINE OPERATOR : UI

11

DIRECTORAT:STRATEGIC PLANNING-MONITORING & EVALUAT

13

DIRECTOR:STRATEGIC PLANNING MONITORING AND EVAL

5

SUB-DIRECTORATE:EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMEN:UIF

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

1

SUB-DIRECTORATE:EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMEN:UIF

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

12

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PHYSICAL AND INFORMATION SECUR:UIF

4

SECURITY OFFICER : UI

11

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PHYSICAL AND INFORMATION SECUR:UIF

4

SECURITY OFFICER : UI

6

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PHYSICAL AND INFORMATION SECUR:UIF

4

SECURITY OFFICER : UI

11

SUB DIRECTORATE:RISK

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

26

SUB DIRECTORATE:RISK

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

18

SUB DIRECTORATE:ANTI FRAUD & ANTI CORRUPTION

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : UIF

1

SUB DIRECTORATE:CONTRIBUTIONS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

1

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL REPORTING

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : UIF

17

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

20

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

54

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

23

SECTION:STORES AND WAREHOUSE

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

25

SUB-DIRECTORATE:MAINTENANCE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

5

SUB-DIRECTORATE:MAINTENANCE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : UIF

14

SECTION:TRADE CREDITORS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

54

SECTION:TRADE CREDITORS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

54

SECTION:TRADE CREDITORS

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:UIF

25

SECTION:CLAIM CREDITORS

6

SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK

1

SECTION:BANK RECON

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

33

SECTION:BANK RECON

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

18

SECTION:BANK RECON

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

54

  1. (a) what total number of vacant posts in his department are occupied on an acting basis and (b) for how long has each specified post been vacant?

Office

How many posts officials are appointed to act

How long has post been vacant

Head Office

4

1 month

6 months

8 months

5 months

     

Northern Cape

1

4 months

     

North West

4

14 months

14 months

14 months

2 months

     

SEF

3

27 months

14 months

27 months

     

Eastern Cape

3

3 months

6 months

1 yr 8 months

     

Gauteng

1

7 months

     

Limpopo

0

 
     

KZN

0

 
     

Free State

1

7 months

     

Western Cape

4

15 months

11 months

3 months

2 months

     

UIF

5

18 months

13 month

7 months

6 months

     

CF

No response

 

Mpumalanga

No response

 

DDG: Corporate Services: Ms B Matebesi

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Director-General: Mr T. Lamati

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Deputy Minister: Ms B. Moloi, MP

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Minister: Mr T.W. Nxesi, MP

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08 April 2021 - NW1011

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

In light of the millions of discouraged job seekers in the Republic, what active steps is his department taking to address the issue of South Africans of working age who are discouraged from looking for work?

Reply:

The Department has undertaken a number of measures to devise more jobs for work seekers including discouraged ones. We also put in measures to prevent losses of the current jobs and we have raised those matters in parliament, in the media and in various forums with different social partners and stakeholders. The following includes some of the measures we have implemented to end of February 2021:

  1. The Unemployment Insurance Fund has disbursed more than R58-billion in COVID-19 Temporary Employee Relief Scheme to ease the difficulty of workers during the lockdown because of the pandemic. This injection was very important for the economy and contributed in improving the lives of workers in the country and sustaining their jobs.
  2. We are currently developing the National Employment Policy (NEP). To date the situational analysis has been developed and extensive consultation is underway.
  3. Draft 0 on the NEP Sub-theme on Labour Migration Policy has been developed and is currently being finalised. The Draft Policy will be aligned to the Employment Services Amendment Bill that will also processed through Parliament.
  4. We have provided the following assistance to work seekers

             Number of work seekers registered = 702,001.

            Number of Work seekers provided with employment counselling to overcome employment barriers and prepare for job interviews= 200,065.

             Number work opportunities registered after canvassing with potential employers = 71,262.

            Number of work seekers successfully placed into employment opportunities =28,174.

6. 956 Workers with Disabilities employed by 10 National Organisation Factories were provided with subsidies

7. 18 Additional new workers were appointed permanently in our 13 Supported Employment Enterprises employing people with disabilities.

8. Our entities such as Productivity SA has done a lot in saving companies from complete closure through their Turn Around Solution and have provided detailed intervention during the Workshop that was arranged by the Portfolio Committee on Labour during February this year.

9. The CCMA continues to deal with a range of unfair dismissal cases that continue to happen during COVID-19 period, and their 3rd Quarterly report provides detailed statistics in this regard.

10. Our inspection and Enforcement Services has continued to ensure that those who were working during the lockdown, remain safe and that their employers are implementing the Covid-19 regulations that I have published.

11. NEDLAC continues to work with us in responding to the President’s call to rebuild our economy and create more jobs through the development of an Economic Recovery Plan following on the Job Summit.

12. As part of the Economic Stimulus we worked with the Presidency to recruit and place 800 000 young people in Temporary Employment by end March 2021.

13. We have installed self-service stations in 62 out of our 126 labour centres that work seekers can assess for job search, counselling services and placement assistance. We are doing our best with the UIF and Compensation Fund assistance to expand the introduction of these units to the remaining Employment and Labour Centres and Satellite offices that we operate from. These systems can be accessed online by anyone with internet access as well as from anywhere in the country and they provide UIF, CF, Inspections, PES services and people don’t have to go and stand in long ques outside our offices.

13 We also piloted a concept of a youth centre in Cape Town and we will be expanding this concept to other Provinces such as Kwa-Zulu Natal and Northern Cape. And later in the new Financial year to Gauteng and Eastern Cape

14. We will be rolling out mobile units to reach out to those discouraged work seekers in the rural and urban areas and informal settlements to assist them with a range of labour market services.

08 April 2021 - NW969

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)In view of the COVID-19 pandemic that will result in many companies having a substantially lower return of earnings for the current financial year which is going to affect their submissions in terms of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, Act 130 of 1993, in order to renew their letters of good standing, what mechanisms (a) has his department put in place to address a potentially large number of companies that will be flagged for audit as a result of the lower return of earnings and (b) will be put in place to speed up the audit process to ensure that a letter of good standing can be issued quickly in order to not negatively impact companies; (2) whether his department will make the submission of supporting documents more user-friendly and streamlined in preparation for this; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether his department will allow an appeals process for assessments based on estimations where a potential system overload causes companies to fail to submit documents within the requisite 21 days; if not, why not; if so; what are the relevant details; (4) what adjustments have been made to the system to allow companies to submit large files such as audited financial statements in order to mitigate against the loss of documents resulting from zipped files and multiple separate emailed documents due to the limited size allowed; (5) what is (a) the current backlog of audits and (b) being done to address the specified backlogs?

Reply:

1. The Compensation Fund has taken cognisance of the negative impacts of Covid-19 on businesses and their payrolls and as such have increased the 30% variance threshold in earnings limit to 50%. This consideration will drastically reduce the number of employers who may be flagged for audits rendering them unable to generate their Letters of Good Standing.

Where required based on the outcome of the assessments, additional contract resources will be sourced to assist with audits during this period.

2. Supporting documents are not required with the submission of returns. These documents are required in instances where employers are flagged for audit or in support of applications for revision of assessments.

3. The process of applying for estimates is an established process for employers. Once an estimate is applied for, employers are afforded a period of 180 days to apply for a revision of assessment.

4. As indicated above, employers are not required to submit these documents on the ROE Online system. Where they are flagged for audit, they get an automated response letter with details of documents they need to submit for audit and email addresses they need to submit these documents to. Alternatively supporting documents can be submitted through the labour centres or arrangements could be made with inspection services to collect the documents.

5. The current backlogs are 8300 audits. We are using internal resources and Payroll Audit Inspectors to assist to clear this backlog by the end of June 2021. This process requires making contact with employers to obtain full required information to do the audit. Where required audit information is not submitted these will not be cleared and employer will be unable to obtain Letters of Good Standing.

26 March 2021 - NW640

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van der Merwe, Ms LL to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What is the current statistics in terms of the employment of foreign nationals in the (a) trucking, (b) restaurant, (c) private security, (d) agriculture, (e) mining, (f) transport, (g) e-hailing, (h) delivery, (i) hair and beauty and (j) domestic industries?

Reply:

The Department of Employment and Labour maintains statistics of registered local and foreign nationals for the purposes of Unemployment Insurance Fund collection and payments, those who were recommended for individual or corporate work visas, Compensation Fund collection and payments and for monitoring transformation in the labour market through our Employment Equity Reports.

The Economic Sectors are broad and may not necessarily align with Honourable van der Merwe’s list as it also contains economic sub-sectors and or industries.

Our statistics may not provide a true picture of the total number of people employed in some of the economic sectors and sub-sectors as it is not possible to maintain statistics of those that are not registered especially undocumented foreign nationals.

26 March 2021 - NW768

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Denner, Ms H to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)What was the reason for the technical problems experienced by the call centre of the Unemployment Insurance Fund as announced on Tuesday, 2 March 2021; (2) whether the specified technical problems were resolved; if not, (a) what is the reason for the delay and (b) by what date will the call centre be operational again; if so, (i) how long did it take to resolve and (ii) from what date was the call centre fully operational again?

Reply:

  1. Telkom terminated the service of the 0800 call centre number as a result of the non-extension of the telephone line contract. 
  2. This was resolved on the 4th March 2021 and the call centre was fully operational from the afternoon of 4 March 2021. 

26 March 2021 - NW769

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Denner, Ms H to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With reference to the call centre of the Unemployment Insurance Fund, what (a) total number of call centre agents are actively working for the call centre at any given time, (b)(i) total number of calls are received on a monthly basis and (ii) number of the specified calls are successfully resolved and (c) is the average time it takes to answer a ringing call that comes in to the call centre?

Reply:

a) There are 291 active call centre agents.

b) (i) The UIF call centre receives on average 253 312 calls per month.

(ii) 236 903 (93,5%) are successfully resolved by the 291 active call centre agents.

c) The average wait time call to be responded to is 28 seconds

26 March 2021 - NW855

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With reference to his department’s latest Estimates of National Expenditure (details furnished), (a) why does the estimated number of personnel exceed the number of 2987 funded posts within the department in every single fiscal year?

Reply:

In terms of the enabling Legislation of the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), the Compensation Fund (CF) and Supported Employment Enterprises (SEE), the Minister of Labour (now Employment and Labour) appoints a Commissioner and support staff to perform the functions of the Funds and seconds such to the Funds.

As a result of this, it is the Department that is the registered employer and all appointments are made in line with the Public Service Act and accompanying Regulations. The Department therefore performs all payroll functions for the Department, the UIF, CF and SEE as one employer.

In terms of Compensation of Employees (CoE or payroll), the allocation of expenditure is governed by an Organisational Development (OD) exercise determining the functions and the level of such functions performed by positions contained in the approved establishment. This is commonly referred to as the “Approved Percentage Split”. This information is captured against positions on the establishment and is monitored and controlled by the Human Resource Management units within the Department as well as the UIF, CF and SEE.

The establishment is confirmed as being correct at regular intervals as it is this establishment which determines the value of CoE that is expensed against the Vote or alternatively recovered from the respective Fund.

As a result of this symbiotic relationship, the Department reflects an approved establishment of 9,990 on PERSAL however, only expenditure in respect of 2987 positions are expensed against the CoE allocations reflected in the Estimates of National Expenditure, and not 9,990 positions as per the approved establishment.

26 March 2021 - NW847

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What (a) total number of claims submitted to the Compensation Fund arose from injuries incurred during the journey to and from the workplace in the past five financial years and (b) proportion of overall claims did these claims constitute in each specified financial year?

Reply:

Section 22 (4) of the COID Act indicates that compensation will be considered for accidents that has ‘arisen out of and in the course of employment’. The Compensation Fund does not consider claims for accidents that occurred during the journey to and from work if they do not meet “arising out of and in the course of employment”.

Section 22 (5) does provide for consideration of claims in the event of accidents that have arisen where the employer provides free transportation to commute to and from work for the purposes of employment.

However, the Fund does not keep information in such a way that we can distinguish motor vehicle accident claims between those where it was transport provided by the employer to and from work as well as those that occurred while the worker was executing his/her duties.

19 March 2021 - NW668

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) any entity reporting to him makes use of private security firms; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, in each case, what is the (i) name of each firm, (ii) purpose, (iii) value and (iv) duration of each specified contract?

Reply:

1. The Supported Employment Enterprises (SEE) has its Head Office in Silverton and shares the same premises with the Pretoria Factory. There are 13 Factories in total and all of them use private security companies to guard the premises.

No.

Factory Location

(i) Name of Security firm

(ii) Purpose

(iii) Value

(iv) Duration

(v) Appointment date

1

BLOEMFONTEIN

G4S SECURE SOLUTION

SECURITY SERVICES

R380 611.32

12 months

01 JUNE 2020

2

DURBAN

IQ SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R391 440.00

12 months

01 MARCH 2020

3

EAST LONDON

SEKHUSELEKILE SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R496 200.00

12 months

1 AUGUST 2020

4

EPPING

CENGANI SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R449 983.20

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

5

JOHANNESBURG

BRAVE MOUNTAINS SECURITY

SECURITY SERVICES

R414 987.60

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

6

KIMBERLEY

BHUBA SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITTY SERVICES

R298 020.00

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

7

NDABENI

CENGANI SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R489 600.00

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

8

PIETERMARITZBURG

UVIKELA SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R420 141.00

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

9

POTCHEFSTROOM

TJ PROTECTION SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R295 200.0

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

10

PORT ELIZABETH

MKHWAZE SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R418 394.52

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

11

PRETORIA

KE NNA MALOBISE SECURITY

SECURITY SERVICES

R453 678.36

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

12

RAND

JM SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R497 352.00

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

13

SESHEGO

DINIKO MONYELA SECURITY SERVICES

SECURITY SERVICES

R473 999.76

12 months

1 JUNE 2020

TOTAL VALUE: R5 479 607.76

2. PRODUCTIVITY SA

Productivity SA does not make use of any private security firms. The entity has is rented office premises where the landlord is responsible for security obligations.

3. NEDLAC:

Name of firm

Purpose

Contract value

Duration of contract

Tiya Security Services

Security Guards - 24 Hrs

R 303 600

12 months

ADT

Alarm monitoring and armed Response

R 33 672.38

36 months

4. COMPENSATION FUND

No, Compensation Fund did not make use of any private security firms in the current financial year.

There was no need for these resources within the Fund.

5. The Unemployment Insurance Fund

Name of firm

Purpose

Contract value

Duration of contract

G4 Security

Cash delivery and collection

R154,671.97

19 June 2018 and will expire on 18 June 2021

6. CCMA

NO

REGION

NAME OF SERVICE PROVIDER

START DATE

END DATE

AWARD AMOUNT

PURPOSE OF USAGE

1

Durban

Imvula Quality Protection

01-Jun-18

31-May-21

R1 242 858.81

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

2

Richards Bay

Imvula Quality Protection

01-Dec-17

28-Feb-21

R349 149.87

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

3

Port Elizabeth.

Metro Security (Pty) Ltd

01-Nov-18

31-Mar-21

R509 359.23

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

4

Johannesburg

Imvula Quality Protection

01-Sep-18

31-Aug-21

R4 220 298.59

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

5

Ekurhuleni

Fidelity Security Services

01-Jan-19

31-May-21

R1 411 439.98

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

6

Kimberley

Fidelity Security Services (Pty) Ltd

01-Feb-19

31-Mar-21

R341 671.90

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

7

Rustenburg

TJ Protection Services

01-May-19

31-Aug-21

R317 600.00

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

8

Port Elizabeth

Imvula Quality Protection

01-Jun-19

31-Mar-21

R267 609.62

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

9

Vryburg

Papa Mike Protection Services

01-Sep-19

31-Aug-22

R461 103.91

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

10

Vaal

Fidelity Security Service (Pty) Ltd

17-Apr-20

31-Mar-24

R1 187 301.19

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

11

Welkom

Khensani Security Services and Trading

01-Jun-20

31-May-21

R284 556.00

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

12

George

Fidelity Security Service (Pty) Ltd

01-Jul-20

30-Jun-21

R145 395.08

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

13

Cape Town

Fidelity Security Service (Pty) Ltd

01-Jul-20

30-Jun-21

R280 074.98

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

14

Polokwane

Papa Mike Protection Services

01-Dec-20

31-Oct-21

R448 822.00

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

15

Secunda

Fidelity Security Service (Pty) Ltd

01-Dec-20

30-Nov-25

R1 475 646.68

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

16

Pietermaritzburg

Royal Security CC

01-Dec-20

31-Mar-24

R947 593.94

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

17

Port Shepstone

Fidelity Security Services (Pty) Ltd

01-Dec-20

31-Oct-25

R1 463 978.09

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

18

Emalahleni

Sinqobile Equestrian Security Services (Pty) Ltd

01-Dec-20

31-Mar-22

R880 635.96

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

19

Newcastle

Sinqobile Equestrian Security Services (Pty) Ltd

01-Dec-20

30-Jun-22

R250 650.18

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

20

Mbombela

Jubzin Security

01-Dec-20

30-Apr-21

R125 522.50

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

21

Tshwane

Eldna Security Services

01-Jan-21

31-Dec-23

R2 725 336.47

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

22

East London

Fidelity Security Services (Pty) Ltd

01-Feb-21

31-Jan-22

R135 710.38

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

23

Richards Bay

Fidelity Security Services (Pty) Ltd

01-Mar-21

31-Mar-22

R119 451.24

To safe guard the CCMA property, personnel and its users.

19 March 2021 - NW641

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van der Merwe, Ms LL to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With reference to his pronouncements in May 2020 that he intends to publish regulations aimed at introducing sectoral targets for the employment of foreign nationals, (a) what progress has his department made in finalising the process which was announced 10 months ago, (b) which sectors will be regulated and (c) by what date will the regulations come into effect?

Reply:

(a) We have done a lot since the announcement and given the complexity of Labour migration, there is still more work that must be done.

We have initiated a process to develop a National Employment Policy on 31st March 2020 that has a number of Sub-themes such as Labour Migration Policy, Fourth Industrial Revolution, Employment Schemes targeting vulnerable groups etc. The Sub-theme on Labour Migration has been prioritized given its urgency and related activities include the following:-

(1) A Draft Labour Migration Policy has been developed and is currently being revised to a final policy.

(2) The President established an Inter-Ministerial Committee that I co-chair with the Minister of Home Affairs and we have since tabled our first report to Cabinet during December 2020. We were subsequently directed to address a number of other aspects.

(3) A number of short term interventions to address labour migration challenges were introduced such as stricter Border Management controls; increased joint inspection and collaboration in addressing and enforcing various migration aspects.

(4) Legal Teams have been appointed and are busy with a Draft Employment Services Amendment Bill that incorporates aspects contained in the Draft Labour Migration Policy recommendations that include introduction of quotas etc. The Amendment Bill will also contain or clarify labour provisions that were contained in the Immigration Act and other amendments that we intend introducing.

(b) Legislation will affect all sectors of the economy. We are putting more emphasis on those sectors that continue to employ low level skilled workers when we have many unemployed people locally that can work in mining, agriculture, construction, security, domestic, hospitality and tourism.

(c) The Regulations will only follow once the Amendment Bill is passed by parliament and we do not have a date as yet.

19 March 2021 - NW636

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether he has done any compliance assessment with the provisions of the National Minimum Wage Act, Act 9 of 2018, since it became effective; if not, why not; if so, what (a) sectors has he found are not complying with the national minimum wage and (b) steps has he taken to ensure that they comply?

Reply:

The Department has compliance assessment to determine compliance with the provisions of the National Minimum Wage Act 9 of 2018. For the 2019/20 a total number of 134 964 inspections were conducted

a) The following sectors were found not have complied with the provisions of the National Minimum Wage:

• Community

• Wholesale & Retail

• Hospitality

• Private Security

• Domestic

(b) Those not complying were issued with the statutory non-compliance notice (undertaking/compliance orders). Those that did not comply with the terms of the compliance notices were referred for prosecution, at the expiry of the notice.

11 March 2021 - NW505

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Walters, Mr TC to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)Whether any staff member in his department (a) performed work in addition to the responsibilities related to his or her work, outside normal working hours, in the past five financial years and (b) has been performing such work during the period 1 April 2014 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if not, in each case, how is it determined whether such work is being performed or not; if so, in each case, (i) what number of staff members and (ii) in what job or work categories are the specified staff members employed; (2) whether approval for such work was obtained in each case; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what is the policy of his department in this regard, (b) by whom are such applications considered and approved, (c) what number of contraventions of this policy were brought to the attention of the National Treasury in the past five financial years and (d) what steps have been taken against the transgressors?

Reply:

(1) In its records the Department of Employment and Labour found no employee who (a) performed work in addition to the responsibilities related to his /her work, outside working hours, in the past five financial years

(b) There are no employees who have been performing such work during the 01 April 2014 up to current.

(i) Zero number of staff members

(ii) Zero number of job or categories of specified staff.

(2) No approval was granted (a) if cases of this nature are received the Department of Employment and Labour utilise Section 30 of the Public Service Act, 1994 and Guide on other Remunerative work in the Public Service (b) if applications of this nature are received they then get considered by the Ethics Office and approval if there is any need for permission to be granted that is done by the Accounting Officer and the Executive Authority respectively, (c) Zero as the Department did not have cases,(d) No transgressors identified. If any transgressors are found disciplinary action get instituted.

 

11 March 2021 - NW429

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)What (a) is the total number of health and safety labour inspectors in the Republic and (b) number is located in each province; (2) whether he has done any assessment of the effectiveness of the labour inspectors; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. (a) Total number of health and safety inspectors in the republic?

Province

# Inspectors (includes vacancies)

TOTAL

674

(b) Number of inspectors per Province?

Provinces

Number of Inspectors (includes vacancies)

EC

66

FS

70

GP

118

KZN

167

LP

62

MP

39

NC

27

NW

47

WC

78

TOTAL

674

This number includes the five hundred new inspectors that have just joined the Department

2. The only assessment that has been done so far relates to the degree to which the inspectors are able to achieve their targets as well as the quality of work that they produce with specific regards to OHS inspectors, the majority of them are new and are still undergoing training, mentoring and coaching.

Inspectors are required to ensure that they comply with the requirements of the Standard Operating Procedures when conducting inspections and reporting thereof.

In observing the inspections conducted and the notices served, the provinces are deemed to be effective in their reach and in terms of their footprint. Inspectors have risen to the ocassion over this period of COVID-19.

Table: Total number of OHS inspections for Public and Private sector (April 2020 to January 2021)

Province

Total Inspections

Number Compliant

% Compliant

Number Noncompliant

% Compliant

% Non-Compliance

EC

2228

1585

71

643

71

29

FS

4948

2825

57

2123

57

43

GP

2200

1947

89

253

89

12

KZN

4476

2357

53

2119

53

47

LP

1059

405

38

654

38

62

MP

1904

643

34

1261

34

66

NC

846

356

42

490

42

58

NW

1412

808

57

604

57

43

WC

5180

2690

52

2490

52

48

TOTAL

24253

13616

56

10637

56

44

24 February 2021 - NW35

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether his department has done any investigations into the adherence of employers to labour laws during the lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19; if so, has he found that employers adhered to the specified laws in the manner that they treat the workers during the lockdown?

Reply:

The Occupational Health and Safety inspectors, nationally, conducted around 18 238 inspections for the three quarters in the financial year 2020/21. 47% of workplaces inspected were found to be non-compliant whilst 53% were found to be compliant with OHS and COVID19 Directions.

Around 8619 notices were issued to non-compliant employers during this period. This included contravention, prohibition and improvement notices.

24 February 2021 - NW136

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether, with reference to the Performance Agreement he signed with the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, (details furnished), he will provide progress updates regarding meeting the specified targets pertaining to the 2019-20 financial year of the different management areas listed under Key Responsibility Area 3; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Performance Agreement signed between the Minister and the President outlines the work that the Minister, supported by the Deputy Minister, the Department of Employment and Labour and all its entities must achieve. The Minister is expected to work with other Ministers on the various Cabinet Clusters to achieve the outlined priorities. Whether the Minister is delivering or not, will be assessed by the President during the Performance Evaluation process.

The Department of Employment and Labour and all its entities, do report to Parliament, through Parliamentary committees such as Select Committee and Portfolio Committee on Employment and Labour,

that Honourable Bagraim is a member of, on the Quarterly progress on the implementation of priorities as outlined in the Strategic Plans and Annual Performance Plans that were used as a basis for allocating the Budget to the Department.

The Department and all its entities also table Annual Reports that are audited by the Auditor General on its Performance information and how the budget was used.

24 February 2021 - NW137

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether, with reference to the Performance Agreement he signed with the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, (details furnished), he will provide progress updates regarding meeting the specified targets pertaining to the 2019-20 financial year of the different management areas listed under Key Responsibility Area 4; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Performance Agreement signed between the Minister and the President outlines the work that the Minister, supported by the Deputy Minister, the Department of Employment and Labour and all its entities must achieve. The Minister is expected to work with other Ministers on the various Cabinet Clusters to achieve the outlined priorities. Whether the Minister is delivering or not, will be assessed by the President during the Performance Evaluation process.

The Department and all its entities, do report to Parliament, especially the Portfolio Committee on Employment and Labour Portfolio, that Honourable Bagraim is a member of and the Select Committee on the Quarterly progress on the implementation of priorities,

as outlined in the Strategic Plans and Annual Performance Plans that were used as a basis for allocating the Budget to the Department. The Department and all its entities also table Annual Reports that are audited by the Auditor General on its Performance information and how the budget was used.

24 February 2021 - NW138

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether, with reference to sections 26 and 32 of the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995, which deals with closed shop agreements and the extension of collective bargaining agreements respectively, his Ministry and/or his department have ever considered, are considering, or are willing to consider (a) amending one or both of the abovementioned provisions with the goal of diminishing the influence of such agreements on the labour market and/or (b) removing one or both of the abovementioned provisions in their entirety from the specified Act; if not, why not, if so, what are the relevant details to the questions respectively?

Reply:

Honourable Cardo must note that South Africa is a Constitutional democracy whereby the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa is the supreme law of the land. The Constitution protects the right to engage in collective bargaining and freedom of association. Therefore, the Honourable Dr Cardo is calling on the government to act unconstitutional by diminishing and/or removing the right to engage in collective bargaining.

It is sad that certain members lament constitutional violations in other countries and with the same breath are calling for the Government to act unconstitutional.

 

The Honourable member must note that our labour market policies are decided and agreed upon by way of consensus by NEDLAC social partners consisting of Organised Business, Organised Labour, Organised Community and Government. The Government does not dictate to social partners which policies are best suitable to govern their environment.

Dr Cardo must remember that bargaining councils are voluntary arrangements. It is parties themselves within the sector and understanding their dynamics within their sectors that conclude these collective agreements best suited for them.

Notwithstanding that, it is parties to the bargaining council without the intervention of government that conclude collective agreements best suited for their sector,

24 February 2021 - NW140

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Given the forecast by economists that the continuation of the adjusted Level 3 lockdown restrictions could result in a further 1,4 million job losses, and given that the Unemployment Insurance Fund’s COVID-19 TERS scheme came to an end on 15 October 2020, what (a) steps is his department taking to prevent job losses on a massive scale and (b) is his department doing to provide income support to those persons who cannot work because of the adjusted Level 3 lockdown restrictions?

Reply:

a) The COVID-19 TERS benefit was extended until 15 March 2021. However, through the special COVID-19 TERS benefit government is supporting some employers to continue operating their businesses, whilst not having to pay wages during the period of decreased economic activity, thus preventing job losses.

Furthermore, employees that have to work reduced working time or have been laid off temporarily can apply for UIF-benefits under section 12(1)(b) for income replacement.

b) The following contribution was made to the economy since March 2020 to 10 February 2021

  • 13 468 043 beneficiaries received payments to the value of R57 488 330 825 in terms of the COVID-19 TERS benefit scheme
  • 1 161 059 employers applied for the above benefit on behalf of their employees.

In addition, a further R13 754 711 897 was paid in terms of unemployment and other statutory benefits to a further 2 445 665 beneficiaries.

24 February 2021 - NW215

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)With reference to the performance agreement he concluded with the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, on 6 October 2020, on what research, evidence, methods and calculations are the assertions based that (a) one million jobs would be created for the youth by 2024, (b) his department would contribute 256 050 jobs to the one million jobs for the youth and (c) 61 050 jobs would be created at the Unemployment Insurance Fund; (2) what will the cost of employment to the State be for each of the specified job creation targets?

Reply:

1. (a) The 1 million jobs that are projected to be created, is a target that the government aspire to achieve in the Medium Term Strategic Framework for the next five years ending in 2024. The target was informed by the job summit commitments and economic stimulus interventions that are to be initiated by the Presidential Program Management Office to create 800,000 jobs. The Department of Employment and Labour will create an additional 256,050 was based on the previous four year trends in counselling and placement of people in employment, subsidies offered to Non-Governmental Organisations and Supported Employment Enterprises to promote employment of people with disabilities, Unemployment Insurance Fund Labour Activation and Compensation Fund sponsored programs uptake.

(b) and (c) The breakdown in terms of the DEL contribution which include the Unemployment Insurance Fund is as follows:

(i) Public Employment Services: 190 000

(ii) Supported Employment Enterprises and NGOs promoting employment of People with Disabilities: 1000

(iii) Unemployment Insurance Fund Labour Activation Programme: 61050

(v) Compensation Fund: 4000

2. The costs of the above activities will consist of a combination of National Treasury Budget allocation as forecast in the Estimate of National Expenditure to be announced by the Minister of Finance for the Medium Term Expenditure Framework period and allocations that the two funds will set aside for the revenue to be generated. The exact annual amounts to each of these initiatives, will be outlined in Annual Performance Plans that are to be tabled in parliament.

24 February 2021 - NW135

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether, with reference to the Performance Agreement he signed with the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, (details furnished), he will provide progress updates regarding meeting targets of the different interventions listed under (a) Key Responsibility Area 1 - Priority 2, (b) Key Responsibility Area 1 - Priority 4, (c) Key Responsibility Area 1 - Priority 6 and (d) Key Responsibility Area 2 – Priority 1; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Performance Agreement signed between the Minister and the President outlines the work that the Minister, supported by the Deputy Minister, the Department of Employment and Labour and all its entities must achieve. The Minister is expected to work with other Ministers on the various Cabinet Clusters to achieve the outlined priorities. Whether the Minister is delivering or not, will be assessed by the President during the Performance Evaluation process.

Priorities are outlined in the Annual Performance Plans, Strategic Plans, that were used as a basis for allocating the Budget to the Department of Employment and Labour.

Implementation progress on these priorities get reported in Parliament by the Department of Employment and Labour and its entities, through Legislature Committees, be it Portfolio Committee on Employment and Labour, that Hon. Bagraim is a member of, Select Committee, etc. The Department of Employment and Labour and all its entities also table Annual Reports that are audited by the Auditor General on its Performance information and how the budget was used.

15 December 2020 - NW2936

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What total (a) amount has (i) his department and (ii) all entities reporting to him spent on consultants between 1 March and 31 October 2020 and (b) number of consultants were appointed by the Commissioner to work directly in his office?

Reply:

a) During the specified period there is no expenditure amount in the Office of the Director General paid to consultants. (i) The Office of the Director General appointed no consultants in the specified period. Therefore, there are no amounts of funds that were spent.

(ii) Amount accounting for Nedlac is R2 295 578.18

b) Two consultants were appointed to work in the Office of the Executive Director. One was appointed to prepare the Annual Report and the second was appointed to upgrade the website and develop a template for a Nedlac newsletter to stakeholders.

(ii) In relation to UIF, the amount is R36,179,557.35

See the breakdown below:

Unemployment Insurance Fund

     

Company Name

Services

Expenditure

VS

Operational System

18,142,479.45

Gen2

Financial System

5,788,146.41

Altimax

Technical financial advisory services on the Fund’s annual financial statements and audit

1,510,698.00

True South

Actuarial Services

6,068,203.52

Nexia SAB&T

Probity Review Services on procurement processes

1,854,095.52

IAC

Actuarial Services Contract (contract came to an end during the period)

619,181.01

SNG

Internal Audit Consultants

2,196,753.44

Total:

 

36,179,557.35

(b) no consultants were appointed by Commissioner to work directly in his office during the specified period.

09 December 2020 - NW2757

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

With reference to the oversight visit of the Portfolio Committee on Employment and Labour to the Unemployment Insurance Fund headquarters on 30 October 2020, wherein it came to light that some employees are abusing the overtime system, what (a) consequence management actions is his department taking against the specified employees and (b) measures will be put in place to prevent the occurrence of such in the future?

Reply:

Officials that abuse overtime by submitting claims that are not valid are not paid for such claims and progressive discipline is taken to correct the transgression.

All overtime worked by officials in the UIF is strictly managed and controlled according to the Department of Employment and Labour’s overtime policy, the relevant DPSA and NT prescripts and prior approval must be granted for such overtime. It is a requirement that an overtime plan is developed. The overtime plan must then have clear deliverables. It then gets submitted. It has to be reported upon before further approvals are granted.

09 December 2020 - NW2935

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Mkhonto, Ms C N to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What total (a) amount has the Compensation Fund spent on consultants between 1 March and 31 October 2020 and (b) number of consultants were appointed by the Commissioner to work directly in his office?

Reply:

a) The amount spent on consultants by the Compensation Fund for the period 1 March to 31 October 2020 is R 6,795,618.78

b) There are no consultants appointed by the Commissioner to work directly in his office.