Category Archives: Employment Equity

Employment Equity 2018 submissions

According to the Employment Equity Amendment Act 2013, a designated employer must submit a report to the Department of Labour once every year.

Please remember that a designated employer is defined as:

  1. an employer who employs 50 or more employees;
  2. an employer who employs fewer than 50 employees, but has a total annual turnover that is equal to or above the applicable annual turnover of a small
    business as defined in the table below:
Sector Or Subsections In Accordance With The Standard Industrial ClassificationTotal Annual Turnover
AgricultureR 6 million
Mining and QuarryingR 22.50 million
ManufacturingR 30 million
Electricity Gas and WaterR 30 million
ConstructionR 15 million
Retail and Motor Trade and Repair ServicesR 45 million
Wholesale Trade, Commercial Agents and Allied ServicesR 75 Million
Catering Accommodation and other TradeR 15 million
Transport, Storage and CommunicationsR 30 million
Finance and Business ServicesR 30 million
Community, Social and Personal ServicesR 15 million

Failure to comply could result in a fine of between R 1 500 000.00 and R 2 700 000.00 or between 2% and 10% of turnover – whichever is greater.

In the event that you would require our assistance in the submission of the required reports and in order for Connold and Associates to accurately determine whether your company is classified as a designated employer, please can we request that you provide Tessa at our offices with:

  • The projected number of employees on your payroll as at 1 August 2018.
  • The company’s current annual Turnover.
  • Confirmation of Sector company is registered under.

Please contact Tessa Lourens at our office using the contact sheet below, if you would like us to assist with the relevant submission of your EE report to the Department of Labour.

Employment Equity 2017 submissions

According to the Employment Equity Amendment Act 2013, a designated employer must submit a report to the Department of Labour once every year.

Please remember that a designated employer is defined as:

  1. an employer who employs 50 or more employees
  2. an employer who employs fewer than 50 employees, but has a total annual turnover that is equal to or above the applicable annual turnover of a small.

business as defined in the table below:

Sector Or Subsections In Accordance With The Standard Industrial Classification
Total Annual Turnover
AgricultureR 6 million
Mining and QuarryingR 22.50 million
ManufacturingR 30 million
Electricity Gas and Water R 30 million
Construction R 15 million
Retail and Motor Trade and Repair R 45 million
Wholesale Trade, Commercial Agents Services and Allied Services R 75 Million
Catering Accommodation and other Trade R 15 million
Transport, Storage and Communications R 30 million
Finance and Business Services R 30 million
Community, Social and Personal Services R 15 million

Failure to comply could result in a fine of between R 1 500 000.00 and R 2 700 000.00 or between 2% and 10% of turnover – whichever is greater.

In the event that you would require our assistance in the submission of the required reports and in order for Connold and Associates to accurately determine whether your company is classified as a designated employer, please can we request that you provide Tessa at our offices with:

  • The current number of employees on your payroll as at 1 August 2017
  • The company’s current annual Turnover
  • Confirmation of Sector company is registered under

Please contact Tessa Lourens at our office if you would like us to assist with the relevant submission of your EE report to the Department of Labour.