The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has launched its highly anticipated online Electronic Certificate of Compliance System, which will allow employers, small businesses and entrepreneurs to apply for a UIF Certificate of Compliance without leaving their homes.
Launched on Monday, the new system replaces the old application process of manually filling out and submitting a South African Revenue Service (SARS) form, sworn statement and tax clearance certificate via email.
UIF chief business services lawyer Mzie Yawa said that from February 1, 2021, clients can visit uifcompliance.labour.gov.za or www.labour.gov.za and click on “UIF e-Compliance Certificate” under “Online Systems” tab to register and apply.
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“That’s all systems go. As UIF, we will continue to adopt technology to improve our services to our customers, ”said Yawa.
Service delivery will be enhanced with the launch of the electronic certificate of compliance system due to faster processing times for applications.
Yawa urged small businesses, businesses and entrepreneurs to register on the system using their UIF reference number and apply for the UIF certificate of compliance (tender letter).
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