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As a member of the ISASA Pension Scheme and Provident Fund you are a member of one of the above Funds (as selected by your School):

Pension Scheme Part I (Defined Benefit Pension Fund) or

Pension Scheme Part II (Defined Contribution Pension Fund) or

Provident Fund (Defined Contribution Provident Fund)

Reference is made to the 3 funds on this website. To avoid confusion it is important that you understand to which Fund you belong. Ask your Bursar if you feel unsure.

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South Africa under Lockdown

VALUED PENSIONER Our country is finding itself in unchartered waters following our President, Cyril Ramaphosa’s, declaration of a national state of disaster, and the subsequent announcement of a national lockdown of all the country’s residents (except for essential service providers) which took effect at midnight on 26 March 2020 and continues until 16 April 2020. …
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Steps to limit COVID-19 transmission

DEAR MEMBER The ISASA Pension Scheme and Provident Fund is committed to help South Africans and by extension you as a member or pensioner minimise the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and taking steps to limit disease transmission. Given the declared National state of disaster and the subsequent announcement of the national lockdown effective as …
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Letter from Chairman of Isasa Pension & Provident Fund

It has been a particularly difficult time in the markets over the last few weeks brought about by COVID-19.  Unfortunately the measures taken by governments, companies and individuals to curb the spread will have a very real impact on economies.  Company profits will be impacted. Not all companies are affected in the same way – …
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Comfort through the storm

The month of March 2020 will be remembered alongside those of previous significant market crashes. Seldom have we seen such extremes of market volatility, mirrored only in the crashes of 1929, 1987 and 2008. COVID-19 is about three months old, yet has wreaked havoc on normal economic activity, and is severely disrupting supply chains and …
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