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You can still claim, but it depends on several factors.
Yes, but it depends on the amount of damages paid over to your employer.
Your employer legally has to sign your withdrawal notification.
To begin with, you will need to check if your mother's benefits are in an unclaimed benefit fund.
The employer cannot withhold any provident fund benefits himself. He has to ask the provident fund for permission.
If you belong to a bargaining council fund it can take up to six months.
All employers must register employees with the Unemployment Insurance Fund. You can report the employers to the Labour Department.
There are four steps to follow to submit a claim.
Not registering you and sending fake details to the Department of Labour is a crime, as is not paying your annual leave or swearing at you.
You can join a union and insist on your rights under the law.