Due to the steep rise in Covid-19 positive cases everywhere the TSRF Walk-in Centres will close for walk- in members from 17 December 2020. The drop boxes at the Walk- in Centres will be available for members to “drop off” their claim forms or any correspondence for the Fund. These boxes will be emptied daily, and staff will deal with any urgent problems/ issues. Members will receive a sms to confirm that their documents were received.
As a ripple effect of the Covid-19 pandemic and the financial strain it placed on employers, some employers
are currently retrenching members. Many of these members arrive at the client contact centres unprepared
without any claim forms or the necessary supporting documents required.
In what is hopefully the aftermath of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that 2020 has been a trying and difficult year for everyone. Even now, we are all still facing the unknown and much uncertainty of what lies ahead. As our recovery rate remains consistent, we have to keep up our vigilance by wearing our masks, washing our hands and distancing ourselves from others in public spaces. We should remain accountable and responsible for our own and others’ health and wellbeing.
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A WORD OF THANKS
Thank you for recognising our efforts. You encourage us to do even better as we continue in our perseverance to create better prospects and futures for our members.
TSRF bids farewell to its Deputy Chairman
It is with deep sadness that the Transport Sector Retirement Fund (TSRF) announces the passing of its Deputy Chairman, Mr Johnson Gamede on Tuesday, 28 July 2020 after being hospitalised for a short illness.
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Investment markets around the world and in South Africa are under tremendous pressure, experiencing extensive declines in investment values due to Covid-19 pandemic. Conditions like these are unsettling, but it is essential that we resist the urge to panic.
STAYING IN TOUCH IS EASY, EVEN IN LOCKDOWN
We may not be able to see each other, but it has not stopped the Transport Sector Retirement Fund (TSRF) or its administrators, Salt Employee Benefits (Salt) and Sanlam Employee Benefits (Sanlam), to stay in touch with you, to deliver our best possible service, and to go the extra mile for members and employers.