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Mdakane challenged Ramaphosa in his role at Nedlac "to live on R3 500 at least for a week to actually experience the 'impact' a R3 500 wage per month has on an average employee".
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said in a statement on Sunday that the party of Julius Malema "rejects the announced proposal", saying the NMW should be set at R5 000 per month.
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Spokesperson Zizi Kodwa said in a statement on Sunday that the recommendations "are sound, credible and clearly supported by clear evidence, including technical submissions made by organised business, organized labour, government and community constituencies". The Gauteng Province branch of the Young Communist League of SA "rejects outright the proposed minimum wage", Gauteng provincial secretary Alex Mdakane said in a statement on Sunday.
Prior to this case, South African courts had held that South African labour legislation, does not have extraterritorial application and accordingly that if an employee who works outside South Africa raises an employment dispute, the CCMA and the Labour Court would not have jurisdiction to entertain the employees claim.The ruling has implications for individuals, labour, business and the government, as it sheds new light on the many places these actors intercede.- Gbenga-Oluwatoye v Reckitt Benckiser South Africa (Pty) Limited and Another Right to access to courts - approximate equality of bargaining power - settlement agreement - full and final settlement - waiver of right to access to courts not against public policy - 15 September A senior human resources executive who has spent years in the courts waging a legal challenge to a separation agreement he signed with his employer has now lost in the Constitutional Court.Such exemptions may include prescribed periods and conditions of employment as well as allow for unskilled workers to be trained on the job.Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa recently appointed a National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) panel to determine the appropriate level of the proposed national minimum wage.