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When To Register For WCA

A WCA (Workman’s Compensation Association) registration becomes necessary when a third party is contracted to render services to the business. This registration provides insurance to the employee in case of injury on duty. This registration is also often referred to as (COIDA), which in fact is an acronym for the act this registration provides compliance for. The Act in question is the “Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, 130 of 1993”.

Information You Will Need

  • Company registration number
  • Company income tax number
  • Company physical address
  • Nature of business
  • Director ID number
  • Number of employees
  • Gross salary of all employees for the period
  • Gross salary of all directors for the period

What Is The Process?

  • Log onto cf filing website (https://cfonline.labour.gov.za)
  • Click on “Register”
  • Enter the registration number, income tax number & director ID
  • System will populate the entity name
  • Enter remaining information
  • Click on “Submit”
  • Registration number will be issued immediately
  • From the home screen click on “Link Employer”
  • Enter the “99” reference number, click on “add”
  • Select employer from the drop down list
  • Click on “Submit ROE”
  • Log onto ROE website
  • Select any employer
  • Click on “Add employer” on menu
  • Enter “99” reference number
  • Click on “Apply for ROE access”
  • Check the “ROE verification messages” room. Copy url and past into browser to activate
  • Go back to ROE website and file return

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