Minister of Employment and Labour, Thulas Nxesi to officially handover a Labour Centre in Malelane, Mpumalanga province
16 March 2022

The Department of Employment and Labour Minister, Thulas Nxesi, will this Thursday, 17 March 2022 officially open and hand over the Malelane Labour Centre to the officials and stakeholders in the Nkomazi Municipality.

The launch will be accompanied by a service delivery campaign in which clients will be assisted with a package of the department’s services including:

     

  • Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) registration, assessment, processing, and payments of claims, Resolving general UIF inquiries and TERS.
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  • Registering work seekers and providing Employment counseling.
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  • Compensation Fund inquiries and registrations.
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  • Inspection Enforcement Services 
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Clients are advised to bring along their identity documents as well as any work document they have.

The new cutting-edge labor Centre will continue to serve communities in and around the Nkomazi Municipality, including Malelane, Matsamo, Mbangwane, Masibekela, and Kamhlushwa. The labor center has been upgraded and is now Occupational Health and Safety compliant, with accommodations for disabled clients.

After the office was declared unsafe, the Department, in collaboration with the Department of Public Works, began the renovation project in 2019. The labor Centre was temporarily relocated to another floor in the same building to ensure the continuation of services.

The media is invited to attend and cover this activity scheduled as follows:

Date: 17 March 2022

Time: 10:00

Address: 19 Lorenco Street, Old Absa Building, Malelane

RSVP contact: Masede Mosima at 082 887 3966 or Masede.mosima@labour.gov.za

For media inquiries contact:

Sabelo Mali

Ministerial Liaison Officer

082729 5804/ Sabelo.mali@labour.gov.za

Or

Petunia Lessing

Acting Chief Director: Communication

066 301 4645/ Petunia.Lessing@labour.gov.za

 

 

 

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Issued by: Department of Employment and Labour

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