South Africa edging closer to a proposed minimum wage
Cyril Ramaphosa was speaking on the sidelines of Fedusa's 6th national congress in Boksburg.
JOHANNESBURG - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says after they receive the amount proposed for the national minimum wage on Sunday, discussions will take place on how the wage can be implemented if accepted.
Ramaphosa was speaking on the sidelines of Fedusa's 6th national congress in Boksburg.
A panel of advisors will propose an amount for the national minimum wage tomorrow when the National Economic Development Council, a body comprising of representatives of government, labour, business and the community, meets.
Cyril Ramaphosa appointed a seven-person panel two months ago to advise an appropriate level at which the national minimum wage could be set.
He says representatives will discuss how once accepted the national minimum wage will be implemented.
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)