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I've resign on 3 January 2019.but up until now my employer haven't given me a mibco claim form, if I contact her or go to her she always have an excuse, I even email her the claim form to fill but no answer

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Check with your local MIBCO office in South Africa and if necessary, with an attorney.

https://www.mibco.org.za/index.php/faq

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I have no idea what you mean by mibco form. Please explain as it doesn't sound like it is an EU form.

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