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UIF South Africa Chapter 3 Claiming benefits: Part A: Right to Benefits 

14. Contributor not entitled to benefits under certain circumstances

A contributor is not entitled to benefits for any period that the contributor—

(a) was in receipt of—

(i) a monthly pension from the State;

(ii) any benefit from the Compensation Fund established under the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, 1993 (Act No. 130 of 1993), as a result of an occupational injury or disease, which injury or disease caused the total or temporary unemployment of that contributor;

(iii) benefits from any unemployment fund or scheme established by a council under section 28(g) or 43(1)(c) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995);

(b) fails to comply with any provision of this Act or any other law relating to unemployment; or

(c) is suspended from receiving benefits in terms of section 36(1).

One Response to UIF South Africa Chapter 3 Claiming benefits: Part A: Right to Benefits

  1. Julie Naidoo

    I was dismissed from the Bank in May 2011, I had a case against the Bank in terms of unfair dismissal, I was awarded a small settlement and the dismissal was changed to resignation, can I still qualify for UIF benefits.

     

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