NOTICE TO ALL EMPLOYERS – W.As8 /Return of Earnings 2018 (February 2019 period)

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The 2018 W.As 8 Return of Earnings for Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act(COIDA) submission deadline is scheduled for 31 May 2019. Workmen’s Compensation website will only be open for transacting on the Return of Earnings submissions from 1 April 2019 onwards. 

This return relates to the payroll tax year 01/03/2018 – 28/02/2019.

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6 Responses so far.

  1. Heidi Malan says:

    Please I need to pay Richards bay Occupational Health
    return of earnings. I am lock out of site and every time want to reset password it does not send me an email.
    Please my email is as below. How else can I submit?
    Reg No is 990000034450 my last certificate no 2016090385
    My ID number is 6912150267086

  2. bafana bafana supermarket says:

    when must roe for 01 march 2018 to 28 february 2019 be submitted

    • MDACC says:

      Dear Sir/Madam

      The deadline for the 2018 Return Of Earnings (period 1.3.2018 – 28.2.2019) was 31 May 2019.

  3. Bev says:

    I have been struggling since before end May to submit my ROE and only today have been successful. I can see that the web site has been updated. Each time I tried I got through to old site. Now there is a 10% penalty added. Am I responsible for this?

    • MDACC says:

      Please contact the Department of Compensation directly to request a waiver of penalties levied.

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