Although the official statistics for South Africa’s divorce rate during Covid-19 are yet be released, globally, the pandemic sent divorce rates soaring by up to 30% or more during 2020.
As we enter 2021 we do so with a quiet determination, fuelled by hope and optimism
that the New Year will indeed bring back some type of normality. We remain thankful
that many of us are still healthy during this time. Our heartfelt thoughts go out to
everyone that have lost a loved one during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
What are your top safety tips for your fellow truckers? How do you maintain driving excellence? Share your ideas and suggestions here with us and we may just feature you in our next newsletter.
Post your #insideTSRF photo of you at work via one of the online social media platforms and you could WIN! Show us you with your transport-vehicle or you at your work-place, before 30 November 2020 and stand a chance to win one of 3 Pick ‘n Pay gift vouchers. 1st place received R1500. 2nd place R1000 and 3rd place R500
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.