The Department of Labour’s Inspection and Enforcement Services (IES) branch says it will embark on a National blitz campaign in February to assess the levels of compliance with labour laws – in particular, the newly introduced National Minimum Wage.
Purpose: To allow for the expropriation with and without compensation for a public purpose or interest such as the nation’s commitment to land reform. The Government is obligated to pay all legal costs with regard to the expropriation.
Employers of domestic workers are advised that the minimum wage due to domestic workers has now been increased. The new rates will be accurate until the Department of Labour publishes updated guidelines specific to domestic workers, or until affected by the new National Minimum Wage legislation. The minimum wage for the period 3 December 2018 to 30 November 2019 is as follows: The minimum …