Asked by Kabelo on 21-10-2020 08:55:46
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
In the current company i am working for, i arrived owing NFSAS, i was paying it, now...when i asked for an increaing becuase of doing more work than the agreement, the company decided tp pay off my fees.
Initially they wanted me to sign a contract for 3years to pay back, which i didng agree with verbally, they still paid it up 4months ago although i have been at the compay for 2 years, but i didnt sign anything.
So now i want to resign, i was frustrated at work becasue of racism, and i wanted to leave immidiately, so i wrte an email and told them if they need their money back they can take from my pension fund.
My question is this... Does the company have any right to withhold or pay the loan from ma pension fund if i dont wnat to anymore? does the above situation of the email gove them the power to take the pension fund?
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