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SORRY you are not logged in, ONLY active logged in members have access to this information> See terms and conditions below Overview: The coupons available in this coupon pack are for the SATAWU Rewards members only. Each coupon have different conditions and valid dates based on the vendor basic understanding: Terms of each coupon can be found on the code or by emailing customer support at support@satawurewards.co.za or sending shopping inquiries via the website, Facebook mobile app Usage Rights The coupons can be used inside the SATAWU Rewards marketplace and on participating vendor websites and stores if indicated.

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We welcome all businesses to open and activate their store on the SATAWU Rewards marketplace, if you know of a business, or maybe you would like to open your own store, go for it, you can click on List your business in the main menu under Marketplace and add your business. Its free to list.

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Transnet boss Portia Derby doubts a strong 2021 recovery

Due to the ‘deep crash’ expected from Covid-19 globally this year.

With 2020 being an economic “disaster” due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Transnet group CEO Portia Derby is not convinced 2021 will see a strong recovery in the global and South African economy unless a vaccine is discovered and administered on a mass scale worldwide.

Addressing a South African Transport Conference webinar on Wednesday, she remarked: “I’m not sure where the optimism for 2021 comes from … You can’t have such a deep crash in 2020 and suddenly think that things will be fine in 2021.”

Derby took over the hot seat as Group CEO of the ports, rail and pipelines state-owned entity in February, just weeks before the Covid-19 pandemic hit South Africa in March. She has kept a relatively low public profile since then, but the virus-linked lockdown and economic fallout is likely to have taken up most of her time.

She did not go into detail about the impact of the pandemic on Transnet’s financials, but her comments on economic prospects clearly highlight her expectation that 2021 is going to be a tough year for it.

“I think normality [will] start to arise when we have a vaccine … And, not just having the vaccine, but that the vaccine is being distributed for most of the world and most of the population is vaccinated,” she said.

Pre-Covid challenges

Derby also noted that South Africa had been in an economic slump even before Covid-19 had hit.

Article resources- https://www.moneyweb.co.za/news/companies-and-deals/transnet-boss-portia-derby-doubts-a-strong-2021-recovery/

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10 Apps That You can Make Money with

There are many easy ways to make money online these days and these 10 Apps You Can Use To Make Money online guarantee you constant income by making sure you can tap into skills and internet side.

1.Fiverr

Micro-entrepreneurs in more than 200 countries use Fiverr to monetize their skills, talents and resources in an easy and fun way. They offer a myriad of “Gigs,” ranging from web design, logo creation and market research, to personal greetings, video animation and personalized gifts. Fiverr removes the friction typically associated with starting a business, including startup capital, physical location, client acquisition and payment infrastructure. Fiverr provides all the tools necessary for sellers to engage, build and grow their customer base, including efficient systems for collecting payment, promoting services, managing orders, exchanging files and communicating with buyers.

2.i-Say Mobile

This i-Say mobile appis one of the only legitimate paid survey apps out there. It’s actually a part of the Ipsos company, which might be a name you’re familiar with because they do a lot of the polling you see during presidential races.

3. Ibotta

Take photos of your receipts and receive rebates using this app. Sign up for a free account, download the mobile app, and click on “Rebates”. Here you will find loads of great offers. Rebates will vary depending on the product and the promotion.

4. Media Research Panel

Media Research Panel is a smartphone app that helps media companies better understand how consumers use, view and share TV, social, digital and mobile media

5. Bookscouter

If you have old books you want to get rid of, use this app to sell them. Scan the barcodes with your smartphone, and Bookscouter will let you see comparisons of payouts from more than 20 book buyback companies. Once you find the best offer, fill out some information about where payments should be sent, and ship the books to the buyback companies.

6. Mobee

Have you ever tried mystery shopping? The Mobee app will pay you to go undercover in your local stores and rate the level of customer service and cleanliness, among other things.

7. SlideJoy and ScreenPay

Both SlideJoy and ScreenPay operate on the same principal – download their app and they will serve ads on your smartphone’s lock screen. For this, you get paid a monthly stipend. These are both Android apps, so they won’t work on your iPhone or Blackberry.

8. Casual

You might be surprised, but the project management app Casual saves a great amount of money by helping reduce fails with deadlines and problems with the team. Casual helps handle tasks and projects in a new way: plan your tasks just by drawing them as flowcharts. Amazing feature is that Casual helps visualize dependencies between tasks. Become much more productive by using it.

9. Foap

This is an app that allows you to make money by taking photos. You can charge as much as you like per photo, which means that your money-making opportunities through Foap are virtually limitless.

10. Cash for Laptop

You can make extra money by selling your old laptop, and this app will let you do it. Simply select the type of device you wish to sell, add a description of the device, pack it up and ship it (free of charge), and get paid with a cheque or Paypal.

The article resources can be found – https://www.youthvillage.co.za/2015/07/10-apps-you-can-use-to-make-money/amp/

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CCMA URGENT ANNOUNCEMENT IN RESPONSE TO COVID 19

17 March 2020

Dear All

URGENT DIRECTIVE IN RESPECT OF THE RESPONSE TO COVID 19

1. The spread of the Coronavirus is growing exponentially. To date 179 978 cases of the COVID 19 Coronavirus have been reported globally, with 7 100 deaths and 78 326 people having recovered from the virus. South Africa has 62 reported cases to date. The CCMA, on the presumption that everyone is equally likely to get/have COVID19 coronavirus, acknowledges the exposure of its employees and users.

2. In issuing this directive, the CCMA has had regard to the following instruments and other directives:
• The directive issued by the President of the Republic of South Africa, Honourable Cyril Ramaphosa;
• The Guidelines for the containment of the Coronavirus in the public service issued by the Department of Public Service and Administration;
• The directives and guidelines issued by the Department of Health; and
• The protocols issued by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases.

3. The CCMA has had further regard to the actions taken by the High Court, Labour Court and the Labour Appeal Court. Also importantly, we have taken guidance from the CCMA risk assessment report on the outbreak of the COVID19 Coronavirus.

4. There are two important preventative health principles, namely maintaining high levels of hygiene and practicing social distancing, which help in containing the spread of the virus.

5. This directive will apply with effect from 18 March 2020 until 14 April 2020, both dates inclusive.

6. The CCMA hereby directs as follows:
6.1. All contact processes involving face-to-face interaction with users are hereby postponed subject to paragraph 7 (exceptions).
6.2. All matters set down between 18 March 2020 up to and including 14 April 2020 are hereby postponed, subject to paragraph 7 (exceptions) below.
6.3. No persons will be allowed to walk into any of the CCMA offices for the purposes of enquiries and serving/delivering any processes or documents. The CCMA will only accept referrals received through other non-contact methods such as email or fax, as contained in rule 7 of the CCMA Rules. Users are encouraged to use these alternative methods of serving.
6.4. All discretionary functions as provided in section 115 of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (LRA) such as conferences, training etc. are postponed, unless otherwise advised.

7. EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES
7.1. In an attempt to strike a balance between the continuation of cases and protecting lives and health of our users and our staff, we have created the following exceptions:
7.1.1. The pre-conciliations process will continue because it is conducted by means of telephone;
7.1.2. Conciliations may continue if to be conducted telephonically and agreed to by Parties, CCMA and Commissioner;
7.1.3. Commissioners may attempt to resolve disputes using telephonic or online methods prescribed and approved by the CCMA;
7.1.4. In terms of discretionary functions, large scale dismissals processes (189A of the LRA), Inquiry by Arbitrator processes (188A of the LRA), and identified matters of public interest, the CCMA may approve that these matters be set down in venues other than the CCMA offices, subject to the following strict conditions:
7.1.4.1. all Health and Safety conditions as contained in all instruments referred to in this directive are met (see paragraph 2 of this directive); and
7.1.4.2. the parties, CCMA and the Commissioner agreeing in writing.

8. The CCMA encourages you to make use of the National Institute for Communicable Diseases Coronavirus Emergency 24-hour hotline number 0800 029 999 or WhatsApp number 060 012 3456 and to visit their website at www.nicd.ac.za if required. For those who are tested at independent laboratories, remember that these are preliminary results. All positive results must be verified by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases.

9. The CCMA will continue to monitor the situation actively and take appropriate measures or additional precautions if necessary.

10. We will keep communicating with you as the situation unfolds.

11. All inquiries concerning anything relating to this directive, especially in terms of the exceptions as outlined in paragraph 7, should be directed to the following email address: covid19enquiries@ccma.org.za or call 011 377 6956.

Thank you

Cameron Sello Morajane 

CCMA Director

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