ROUNDABOUT TOUR 3 DECEMBER 2019 DE VETTE MOSSEL

Treat yourself

ROUNDABOUT TOUR 3 DECEMBER 2019

DE VETTE MOSSEL – EAT AS MUCH AS YOU LIKE

R 525 – INCLUDES THE BUS, LUNCH AT THE VETTE MOSSEL AND 2 OTHER STOPS

BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT

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Events for 2020!

Herewith dates to save for the Mountain Bike Enthusiasts.

It is new and it is fun.

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ICBC Invitation

Standard Bank invites you to an information session with a delegation from ICBC China, DIRCO and DTI.

The purpose of this session is to ensure that you are fully empowered, export ready and adequately supported to trade with China.

Date: 15 October 2019

Time: 13h30 – 17h00

Venue:  Standard Bank Global Leadership Centre, 415 Summit Rd, Morningside, Johannesburg

Kindly RSVP by 7 October 2019 to confirm your attendance.

Please find below the agenda for more information.

ICBC Delegation Itinerary 

Invitation 4th Invest in Zambia Business Forum – Thursday, 17 October 2019

You are especially invited to attend the “4th Invest in Zambia Business Forum” being hosted by the High Commission of the Republic of Zambia to South Africa supported by Liberty Holdings Ltd., taking place as follows:

Date:     Thursday, 17 October 2019

Time:    08h00 am to 16h30 pm (RSA time)

Venue: Sandton Convention Centre, 161 Maude Street, Sandton, 2196

This conference is expected to attract about 250 professionals, key business executives and other senior leaders from both the public and private sectors of Zambia and South Africa. Most importantly, it brings together leaders of various business entities from the two nations to discuss matters of common interest particularly on investing in the Zambian economy. In addition, this year’s conference has a special segment for direct B2B conversations as well as focused sectoral panel dialogues.

As a SACCI Member, and courtesy of the High Commission of the Republic of Zambia, there is no cost to you for attending this event. However, please confirm your attendance with Mrs Chipo Munyayi via e-mail: chipom@goafricamediagroup.co.za   by Monday, 30 September 2019. Seats limited and strictly allocated on a first come first served basis.

BUSINESS NETWORK

We welcome our new member David Du Preez from AT YOUR SERVICE.

Please have a look at David’s proposal to set up your FREE WILL for your Business.  HAVE YOU A WILL ?

Best of luck to David.

BUSINESS NETWORK

The offer for a FREE Last Will and Testament is not ONLY for business owners – it is also offered to your staff and can be pitched as a staff benefit from yourselves to your employees.

We offer FREE Financial Literacy Education sessions on the importance of having a will, with this session, we then:

  • Provide for the FREE Last Will and Testament to be drawn up
  • Provide for the FREE Safe custody of the will

 

So don’t hesitate to contact us – we are At Your Service.

BUSINESS NETWORK

It is most important for anybody to have a WILL.

Contact David to come a do a presentation to yourself for the Business and the Staff in their personal capacity.

Circular 19/2019 Input on the Draft Regulations for the proposed COID Rates Assessment Model

The NEDLAC Task Team on the Compensation for Occupational Injuries & Diseases (COID) is currently engaging on the proposed Regulations on the New Rates Assessment Model in terms of the COID Act.

The Compensation Fund (the Fund) assesses employers based on the industry they operate in and they are assigned to a specific assessment class for the basis of determining their liability to the Fund (this is the annual assessment fee paid by employers to the Fund for “insurance” for occupational injuries and diseases).

The Fund is in the process of revising its Rates Assessment Model, in terms of which the number of classes has been significantly reduced (from 102 classes) with new assessment rates for each of the new proposed classes.

The new proposed classes have been tabled at NEDLAC for social partners to engage on. A copy of the draft Rates Assessment Model (which has not yet been made public and has only been shared with NEDLAC social partners for engagement), with the new reclassification, can be found below.

The Rates Assessment Model will, for some industries, have financial implications in that it has been proposed that some assessment rates be increased significantly and it is therefore important that members give due consideration .

Members are requested to review the attached in relation to their respective industries and to provide input-thereon to assist the Business Task Team in developing mandated position for the NEDLAC engagements.

All comments should be submitted to Tshidi Ndebele (Tshidin@sacci.org.za) by no later than close of business on Tuesday, 24 September 2019.

Draft Regulation On Employees Assessment Model

Opportunities for unemployed

Wonderful opportunity for the unemployed.  Please forward to those in need for work.

Roundabout Tour

We are on the “Road again” to Magaliesburg on the 2nd October 2019

Do not miss out on this exciting day tour filled with lots of fun, food and laughter.

Book your seat now to avoid disappointment.

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