Radio Interview – The Petroleum Product Act Compliance Forum

Vishal Premlall and Gadibolae Dihlabo radio interview with SAFM talking about the Petroleum Product Act Compliance Forum. “Many of us as motorists hardly ever check if the petrol or diesel that is poured into our cars is actually proper and if we are paying the right amount per litre. On the other hand we buy low pressure gas for home …

Podcast – Medical certificates and Traditional healers

Herewith another very relevant podcast put together by the RMI IR Team which inadvertently impacts all business owners.

Video – COVID-19 Occupational Health Surveillance System (OHSS) for South African Workplaces

COVID-19 Occupational Health Surveillance System (OHSS) for South African Workplaces

Podcast – Sick, Accident and Maternity Pay Fund

Listen to a 3 minute podcast on the Sick, Accident and Maternity Pay Fund, an exclusive fund for employees employed by RMI members. Should you require more detailed information on the fund, please call the SAPRA office or your IR Specialist at the local RMI office. Contact SAPRA

Disaster Management Interpretation and Declaration Form

Communication from the RMI – Over the last couple of weeks we have had a number of our members querying the ruling and interpretation of what constitutes an essential service and what services are able to trade during the current lockdown.

Standard Bank COVID-19 Support

COVID-19 Business support information from Standard Bank. Business bankers around the country are contacting the fuel retailers in their portfolios to enquire if they require assistance. Retailers are assessed on a case by case basis as their requirements vary. Thus we encourage retailers to contact their Business Relationship Manager as soon as possible, if they have not done so already, …

Nedbank COVID-19 Support

COVID-19 Business support information from Nedbank. Business bankers around the country are contacting the fuel retailers in their portfolios to enquire if they require assistance. Retailers are assessed on a case by case basis as their requirements vary. Thus we encourage retailers to contact their Business Relationship Manager as soon as possible, if they have not done so already, or …

New Regulation to Publish COVID-19 link on South African websites

As per Regulations published yesterday all websites with a .za landing page must publish the COVID link, effective immediately. The following is an excerpt published in the government gazette dated 26 March 2020: 5.1.4 All Internet sites operating within the .zaDNA top level domain name must have a landing page with a visible link to www.sacoronavirus.co.za.