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It may have found that your income exceeds R350 a month. If you disagree, you can appeal the rejection.
You should have qualified for the previous TERS extension but the new TERS only applies to certain employees.
It is possible that there was a miscalculation. You should contact the UIF immediately.
You may want the CCMA to get involved.
Yes, because the BCEA is still in force despite the pandemic. You could discuss it with your employers.
You can claim normal UIF. Your salon might qualify for the latest extension of the TERS payout.
You need to contact NSFAS
I don’t think your wife’s employer can be compelled to retrench his employees during the lockdown.
Your permit is still considered valid if it expired on or after 15 March.
You can still apply for a temporary ID at Home Affairs.