Message alert for Class XIII clients (Iron, metal, steel, galvanising and related industries): Your 2017 premium invoices have been emailed but should you require a copy you can also download the invoice on C-Filing. Premium payments, as well as earnings declarations (estimates for 2017 and actual payroll costs for 2016), are due no later than 31 March 2017. Kindly note that the Compensation Fund’s Return of Earnings extension is not applicable to RMA clients, and the deadline for submissions remains 31 March 2017. Avoid the rush, declare your earnings online in advance of the deadline to ensure you remain in good standing – the online submission period opens on 1 March 2017. The RMA system supports Internet Explorer (IE) version 7 and above. If you receive an error message when submitting earnings, this may be due to compatibility issues and we recommend that you use Internet Explorer to ensure error-free submissions.
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Our heritage

Identifying a need to help care for miners who were injured while on duty, RMA was founded in 1894 by three mining companies on the Witwatersrand as a non-profit mutual assurance company.

To this day it remains a mutual association which means that the policy holders are also the shareholders.

RMA Life Assurance Company Limited (RMA Life) was established in 1990 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of RMA to manage the pension benefits payable to claimants and their beneficiaries.

As legislation governing workers’ compensation evolved, RMA was granted the right to continue providing compensation to the mining industry under licence from the Minister of Labour. This licence was granted in terms of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (COIDA) for Class IV (Mining), and was extended to include Class XIII (Iron, Steel and Metal) from 1 March 2015.

The RMA Group also operates under both long- and short-term insurance licences issued by the Financial Services Board (FSB).