Employment Equity Reporting for 2014

1It is that time of the year again when employers must submit their Employment Equity Reports to the Department of Labour.

With the Employment Equity Amendment Act No.47 of 2013 adding some changes and becoming effective from 1 August 2014, here is what you need to know.

Who must report?

  • All designated employers with 50 or more employees.
  • Employers with fewer than 50 employees who are designated in terms of the turnover threshold applicable to designated employers
Agriculture R6,00m
Mining and Quarrying R22.50m
Manufacturing R30,00m
Electricity, Gas & Water R30,00m
Construction R15,00m
Retail and Motor Trade and Repair Services R45,00m
Wholesale Trade, Commercial Agents and Allied Services R75,00m
Catering, Accommodation and other Trade R15,00m
Transport, Storage and Communications R30,00m
Finance and Business Services R30,00m
Community, Special and Personal Services R15,00m
  • Employers who voluntarily wish to comply in terms of section 14 of the EE Act.


The deadline for manual submissions (by hand or post) is 1 October 2014. No faxed or email submissions will be accepted.

The deadline for online submissions via the Employment Equity Online Reporting System is 15 January 2015.

Important Notes

All designated employers must report every year.

Employers who have become newly designated on or after the first working day of April, but before the first working day of October, must only submit its first report on the first working day of October in the following year.

The EE reporting forms for 2014 have changed. The prescribed reporting forms EEA2 (Employment Equity Report, 9 pages) and EEA4 (Income Differential Statement, 5 pages) published on 1 August 2014 in Government Gazette No. 37873 must be completed. These forms are also available for download on https://ee.labour.gov.za.

No changes will be allowed after submission.

Ensure that the EEA2 and EEA4 forms are submitted together, failing which the form submitted will be rejected and returned to the employer.

Employers must retain a copy of the EE Report for a period of 5 years after submission (Employment Equity Regulations 10(9)).

For more information:

  • Website www.labour.gov.za or http://ee.labour.gov.za
  • EE Helpline 0860 101018
  • The Department of Labour Provincial offices and Labour Centers
  • The Department of Labour, Directorate Employment Equity front desk service at Laboria House, 215 Frances Baard (formerly Schoeman) Street, Pretoria 0001


Employment Equity Online Reporting 2014. Available from: https://ee.labour.gov.za/dmiso/. [24 September 2014]

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied on as professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your financial adviser for specific and detailed advice.




We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By continuing to browse, you agree to our use of cookies

IC Marais

Professional experience:

IC Marais is a certified CA (SA) with public sector and private sector technical knowledge based on 5 years’ Public Sector accounting, auditing and financial management experience and 5 years audit, tax and accounting experience. Detailed knowledge of private and public sector accounting and auditing standards (GRAP, IPSAS, IFRS, IAS, ISA) and public sector financial legislation (MFMA, etc.)

He enjoys the outdoors, hunting and fishing.



Professional experience:

In 1995, Schalk started as a trainee at Warner and Newton (which became Moores Rowland in 1997 and then Mazars Moores Rowland in 2007) in Bloemfontein. In 1998, Schalk was appointed as manager at Moores Rowland, where he became a partner in 2003. Schalk received his Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Taxation in 2006 and in 2009 he received his Certificate in the Administration of Estates.



Professional experience:

Cedric started as a trainee at Warner and Newton (which became Moores Rowland in 1997 and Mazars Moores Rowland in 2007), Bloemfontein, in 1986. After completion of his articles, he joined the Special Investigations Division of the Department of Finance (SA Revenue Services) as a senior inspector from 1990 to 1991.



Professional experience:

Lucha started her career as a tax inspector at the Inland Revenue Department of New Zealand. After this she worked in commerce in Canada, Mexico and the United States.

On her return to South Africa, she completed her CA training contract with us and has been with Newtons ever since. She became a Partner in 2012.

Apart from her CA(SA) qualification she also holds a postgraduate certificate in Advanced Taxation (2005) and has the overall responsibility for training as our Training Officer.