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SSC calls for submissions

The Social Security Commission has called on employers to submit their returns to the commission as section 22 (3) of the Social Security Act 1994, Act No. 34 of 1994 states.
This can be done by handing in the form and proof of payment, when done by EFT at the nearest SSC office or vial e-mail to [email protected] or even via fax to 061-280 7082. Anthea Olivier, Acting Manager of Communication and Marketing said, “The Act states that an employer shall, when paying over contributions to the Commission, submit to the Commission a return in the prescribed form containing the prescribed particulars in respect of the period for which such payment is made.”
The SSC advised that Ms Tertu Mutota could be contacted on [email protected] or via phone 061-280 7154. M Hendrik Feris was also available for any queries on 280 7011 or [email protected].

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