Ilembe SACCI Entrepeneur 2013

Tel: 067 177 1229

(Calls from 9.30 to 3pm - Monday to Friday)

NB:THIS IS NOT THE UIF

(Emails: 24/7)

COIDA/Workman’s Compensation registration is now compulsory for Domestic Workers. We will assist you with COIDA as well, should you need this service.

Biggest Domestic UIF agency in SA

Allow us to keep your Domestic UIF simple.
Stay within the boundaries of the Law. Check the 2020 minimum wage below.

VIEW OUR COIDA FAQ

UIF Information

Who is a Domestic Worker?

According to the Unemployment Insurance Act 2003 a "domestic worker" means an employee who performs domestic work in the home of his employer, and includes a:

  • gardener
  • person employed by a household as a driver of a motor vehicle
  • person who takes care of any person in that home
  • does not include a farm worker
What is the Minimum Wage for Domestic Workers?

Minimum wages for domestic workers who work more than 27 ordinary hours per week. (Area A - Urban Municipalities)

Minimum rates for the period 1 December 2019 to 30 November 2020

  • Hourly rate: R16.03

  • Minimum wages for domestic workers who work 27 ordinary hours per week or less. (Area B -Rural Municipalities)

Minimum rates for the period 1 December 2019 to 30 November 2020

  • Hourly rate: R15

Are you paying your domestic worker the required minimum wage?

If you cannot answer yes to the above question click here.

Image

Banking details:

Account name: The Registration Company
Bank: FNB 
Account Number: 62837323675
Branch Code: 250655
Current Account
Reference: Name & Surname

THESE ARE NOT THE BANKING DETAILS FOR THE GOVERNMENT UIF. DO NOT PAY CONTRIBUTIONS INTO THIS ACCOUNT

Pay via PayFast or EFT 

Contact details:

Tel: 0671771229
Whatsapp: 067 177 1229
Call times: 9:30am to 3pm Monday - Friday
Friday closed for UIF submissions 

NB:THIS IS NOT THE UIF

Please email us rather than call, in order for us to have a point of reference to refer to.

Fax: 086 603 9688

Email: register@domesticuif.co.za

Do not pay your UIF contributions to us. These are paid directly to the Department of Labour. We cannot keep track of the erroneous payments . Please contact us should you have paid us in error.