Please note that 8 May 2019 has been proclaimed a public holiday in terms of section 2A of the Public Holidays’ Act of 1994. Read on to view the proclamation.
Richard Green, SAMBRA National Director, was recently interviewed on SAFM about the current costly structure to the motor repair body sector. Listen to the interview here…
Attention Western Cape Members: John Hempel from RMI4OHS will be conducting OHS training in Cape Town on 11 June 2019. Register more than one delegate from your business, and you could qualify for a discount! This course is a must for all SAMBRA members.
The current structure of the Motor Body Repair (MBR) sector in South Africa is poised to change dramatically, says Richard Green, National Director of the South African Motor Body Repairers’ Association (SAMBRA), a proud association of the Retail Motor Industry Organisation (RMI).
Dozens of hearing-impaired individuals are enjoying fulfilling careers thanks to a skills development public private partnership established within the retail motor industry. Motor repair workshops are reporting considerable success with graduates from the programme, which offers a SAQA-registered qualification.
SAMBRA has been engaging with SAIA and it members, our business partners, to reach a point where we can agree – especially in the intermediary space – on payment terms and authorization mechanisms that provide SAMBRA members with comfort on payment terms and conditions.
If you own an insured motor vehicle and you have ever had to claim from your insurance you should be familiar with the word, Excess. An excess is simply the uninsured portion of your loss or that portion of the claim you must pay for.
SAMBRA members: Please take note of the UPDATED SAMBRA Vehicle Check-In Document. This document is a must-have in every panel shop, and provides a practical and visual check-list to enhance transparency between you and your customers. (Locked for members only – please log in to view.)
SAMBRA Members wishing to submit claims against Nzalo Insurance are hereby notified to download, complete, and submit the official claims document, together with the required supporting documentation.
Load shedding is affecting the whole of South Africa, and RMI members have been asking for clarification on their duties and responsibilities as employers. To ensure that all members know exactly what is required from employers in the industry, please take note of the provisions of Clause 4.6 of Division A of the Consolidated Main Collective Agreement (published in Government Gazette No. 40771 of 07 April 2017)…