It is a good thing especially looking at the situation that we are facing, that passengers should be restricted in the taxi. We also heard a report of another request that has been brought forward from other independent organizations. The report suggest that, the people that are not vaccinated should not go to malls, nor taxis, just trying to control the situation at hand.
The Covid-19 relief payments came to rest earlier this week, for investigation by the Auditor-General. Government has announced that the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) is to resume benefits payments to employees as soon as possible. While it supports the weakening of fraud risk, the organisation has expressed disappointment solely faltering of payments. Thulas Nxesi, the Employment and Labour Minister, mentioned the audit is part of the process of strengthening financial control, backing President Cyril Ramaphosa's
Serious security flaw on the COVID-19 relief fund website-Employers warned against the application Business for SA has uncovered an urgent security flaw in the Temporary Employer / Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) application system of the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF). "A number of applicants for employers have found serious security breaches in the system, with some data being accessible to other applicants," Business for SA stated. Business for SA said it had requested the UIF Commissioner to update the
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced during his last nation addressed that government will not open the economy once but will do it gradually. However, this has now been challenged. Several organization within the business sector are now calling the government to open the economy. The group claimed that over 4 million jobs will be at risk if the economy is not open now. The Business South Africa who are combination of several businesses together under an organization with the aim to assist government in stop