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No, the provident fund can only withhold your money if you owe the employer money or have been convicted in a civil/criminal case
If you still work in the same industry, you still need to contribute to the provident fund.
You could contact the Financial Sector Conduct Authority.
Before giving an eviction order a court must balance your interests against the bank’s, and decide if selling the house is the best option, or if alternatives can be found to settle the debt.
As a SAPS member, he should have been a member of the Government Employees Pension Fund, and his wife or partner and children would be entitled to benefits after his death.