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We are growing and need you to join our team.

Royalyard Traders 52 (PTY) Ltd t/a Chamberlink was appointed in 2003 as the service provider of ERCOC (East Rand Chamber of Commerce & industry) and currently employ 21 people.

Please feel free to browse our website to avail yourself with all the services we offer to our 560 ERCOC members, of which the latest addition namely Inbound marketing is surely the most exciting.

Chamberlink is a well-established entity and proud themselves with a normal to low staff turnover, The current average employment period amongst our staff is 4 with the longest serving member being 12 years.

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Employment Equity Submissions 2016

If you want Chamberlink to submit your documentation, please ensure we have everything by 21 October 2016

Employment Equity pie chart

With the new Employment Equity Act 47 of 2013, all designated employers have to submit Employment Equity plans every year.

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Who must submit Skills Development Plans?

Skills Development1. Who must submit?

  • If a company has staff registered for PAYE AND;
  • The annual payroll exceeds R500 000 per annum THEN;
  • The company must register with SARS and pays a skills levy of 1% of the monthly payroll.

2. Why Submit?

A portion of your hard earned money spent on training your employees can be claimed back from the SETA through this process. SETA's pay the money spent back to companies in order for them to re-invest the funds in training during the next period.

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Skills Development Plans

Skills Development Levies Act (No 9 of 1999)

The purpose of the Skills Development Levies Act

This Act regulates a compulsory levy scheme to fund education and training in businesses within various sectors in South Africa. It aims to expand the knowledge and competencies of the labour force and in so doing increase the supply of skilled labour in South Africa, providing for greater productivity and employability.

The criteria currently used for employers to become eligible to pay Skills Levies

If the company has staff registered for PAYE and the annual payroll exceeds R500 000 per annum, the company must register with SARS and pay a skills levy of 1% of the monthly payroll. If the company does not fall within these criteria, it does not have to pay levies or register with SARS.

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DTI Fronting

What is Fronting?

  • An entity, mechanism or structure established to circumvent black economic empowerment.

Fronting Risk Indicators

  • Black people which an Enterprise claims are its shareholders, executives or management are unaware or uncertain of their role or participation within an Enterprise;

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Basic Guide to Retrenchment

Employers must consider alternatives to retrenchment. Employers must consult all the relevant parties when considering worker retrenchment. If retrenchment is unavoidable, fair procedures must be followed.


The Labour Relations Act applies to all employers, workers, trade unions and employers’ organisations, but does not apply to -

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2016 - Chamberlink
Networking Breakfast Events

Little Paradise logo 1The East Rand Chamber of Commerce & Industry is proud to announce that they have awarded all future business events to Little Paradise Wedding and Conference Venue in Springs, who will be hosting and co-ordinating these events from start to finish including all bookings and correspondence. 

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Training Dates 2017

Training Dates 2017 BY COURSE

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