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Labour service delivery campaign unleashed in the Z F Mgcawu District municipality from 25 – 27 July 2017

by lloyd last modified 2017-07-20 15:56

20 July 2017

The Department of Labour, Northern Cape will be reaching out to workers, work seekers and stakeholders in Z F Mgcawu District from the areas of Kenhardt (25/07/2017), Keimoes (26/07/2017), Kakamas (26/07/2017) and Groblershoop (27/07/2017) to meet and engage with the Department during the service delivery campaign. The Department together with its entities, Compensation Fund (CF) and Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) will interact with the clients to keep them abreast with legislative amendments, service delivery improvements and benefits of workers.

“This initiative is meant to improve the service delivery efforts of the department to far-flung areas and to ensure that our people have access to a full basket of our services like UIF and Compensation fund in an integrated manner”. Said Mr Zolile Albanie (Chief Director: Provincial Operations)

The Department of Labour will be using the event for service delivery intervention accompanied by Exhibitions. Therefore workers will be given an opportunity to make enquiries and apply for benefits from UIF and Compensation Fund where applicable. The Public Employment Services team will also be at hand to assist job-seekers with employment opportunities by capturing their CVs to be registered on the Employment Service of South Africa (ESSA) database.

This quarterly service delivery campaigns are meant to address the growing need for Department and Funds to interact further with employees and employers to strengthen advocacy of Labour laws and raise awareness of legislative amendments aimed at improving their social security safety nets as employees.


Enquiries: Kebalepile Khula
Provincial Communication Officer

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