Following the protest held outdoors the UIF provincial head places of work in Cape City, Numsa handed over a memorandum to the Labour Division on Wednesday.
Their demand acknowledged that they need excellent and delayed UIF funds to be made.
The UIF was set as much as come to employees help in the course of the monetary disaster ushered in by the Covid-19 lockdown.
Throughout the demonstration yesterday, the employees claimed that they’d not obtained any type of fee from the Short-term Employer/Worker Reduction Scheme (TERS).
Their placards acknowledged “pay employees their cash and cease stealing”.
In keeping with Numsa’s Vuyo Lufele, some employees had not been paid for months.
“We characterize poor communities who’re going to mattress hungry. Now we all know that the cash is right here. We’re right here to say to the UIF: ‘Not underneath our watch. You’ll pay that cash again’.”
A person from Mitchells Plain lamented that he has been ready for 4 months for his cash.
“We have to feed our households. There’s much less meals, much less bread on the tables, we can not pay our payments… we’re saying sufficient is sufficient. Cease stealing from the poor.”
The union is demanding a gathering with UIF administration.
It desires all excellent funds from April to August be paid instantly.