The fund currently receives contributions from some 800 employers equating to R1 billion annually. An Employer is only registered when the first payment is received and allocated. Any registrations not finalized within 6 months will be closed and referred to NBCPSS for action.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: How do I become a member of the provident fund?
- A: Your employer is required to be a participating employer in the fund if it is an employer in the Private Security Sector. The employer is required to register you as a member of the Fund when you become an employee of the employer.
- Q: What is an AOD?
- A: An AOD is an Acknowledgement of Debt Agreement. In the context of the fund, this is usually an agreement entered into by the employer with the fund whereby the employer acknowledges his indebtedness in respect of the payment of outstanding contributions and late payment interest for past periods, and affords the employer a limited period of time within which to pay the outstanding contributions together with late payment interest in order for members’ full benefits to be paid. In the event that an employer breaches this agreement the employer then the civil litigation route is followed as well as the criminal litigation by way of reporting the theft/fraud to SAPS.
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This is an Employer for whom – from inception of the employer.
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