Compensation fund aims to empower previously employed person who are now disabled#ProgressiveTalk

The Compensation Fund’s Assistant Director Vocational Rehabilitation Ntsoadi Mafa had a conversation with Nghamula Chauke about plans to empower previously employed persons who suffered occupational injuries or diseases which led to permanent disablement. He said Compensation Fund is inviting them as well as dependents of COID pensioners and dependents of COID clients with a permanent disablement, to apply for the Social Welfare and Vocational Rehabilitation Bursary Scheme for 2022 academic year.
7 Sep 2021 English South Africa Business · Arts

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