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PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE President @CyrilRamaphosa signs the proclamation of the National Minimum Wage in Kliptown, Soweto. The National Minimum Wage comes into effect on 1 January 2019. #NationalMinimumWage

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[Pics] President @CyrilRamaphosa proclaims 01 January 2019 as the effective date of the #NationalMinimumWage in South Africa.

[Pics] President @CyrilRamaphosa proclaims 01 January 2019 as the effective date of the #NationalMinimumWage in South Africa Photo

[Read] The proclamation of the long awaited #NationalMinimumWage is a victory for workers, said President @CyrilRamaphosa.

[Read] The proclamation of the long awaited #NationalMinimumWage is a victory for workers, said President @CyrilRamaphosa Photo
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President @CyrilRamaphosa proclaims 01 January 2019 as the effective date of the #NationalMinimumWage in South Africa. The President signed this proclamation at the Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown, Soweto, where the Freedom Charter was adopted in 1955..

President @CyrilRamaphosa proclaims 01 January 2019 as the effective date of the #NationalMinimumWage in South Africa. The President signed this proclamation at the Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown, Soweto, where the Freedom Charter was adopted in 1955. Photo

All you need to survive is SA is a minimum of R3500? wow 😮 what a joke #NationalMinimumWage we are talking about families here NOT even an individual can’t survive on R3500 alone.

National minimum wage of R20 per hour comes into effect on New Year’s Day #NationalMinimumWage.

National minimum wage of R20 per hour comes into effect on New Year’s Day #NationalMinimumWage Photo

Paying someone at a rate of R20 per hour or R3500 per month is not victory! It’s modern slavery! Go to these companies annual financial statements and you will see that their profits are in Billion Rands. It means there’s still potential to pay people more #NationalMinimumWage.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE President @CyrilRamaphosa signs the proclamation of the National Minimum Wage in Kliptown, Soweto. The National Minimum Wage comes into effect on 1 January 2019. #NationalMinimumWage.

#NationalMinimumWage would not lead to widespread lay-offs, says Ramaphosa.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE President @CyrilRamaphosa signs the proclamation of the National Minimum Wage in Kliptown, Soweto. The National Minimum Wage comes which into effect on 1 January 2019. #NationalMinimumWage.

As the date is announced, #SAFTU still maintain that this is an attack on workers’ living standards and human rights. An insult to workers #NationalMinimumWage STATEMENT [Archive].

The #nationalminimumwage should also be seen as an achievement for business, for it demonstrates the commitment of employers to fairer wages and better working conditions. - President Cyril Ramaphosa.

We have gathered here to declare that from the 1st of January 2019,  no worker may be paid below the #NationalMinimumWage - President Cyril Ramaphosa.

We have gathered here to declare that from the 1st of January 2019,  no worker may be paid below the #NationalMinimumWage - President Cyril Ramaphosa Photo

President Ramaphosa: Now, over six decades later, we have gathered at this historic place to sign the proclamation for the introduction of the country’s first #NationalMinimumWage.

President Ramaphosa: It was here, in Kliptown, in 1955, that the Congress of the People declared, for all our country and the world to know, that there shall be a #MinimumWage for all workers. #NationalMinimumWage.

President Ramaphosa: It was here, in Kliptown, in 1955, that the Congress of the People declared, for all our country and the world to know, that there shall be a #MinimumWage for all workers. #NationalMinimumWage Photo

President @CyrilRamaphosa declares the operation date of the #NationalMinimumWage.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE Kliptown was selected for this engagement for its place in our liberation history as the site of adoption of the Freedom Charter which called for a minimum wage to protect vulnerable workers. #NationalMinimumWage.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE Kliptown was selected for this engagement for its place in our liberation history as the site of adoption of the Freedom Charter which called for a minimum wage to protect vulnerable workers. #NationalMinimumWage Photo

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE The national minimum wage represents a marked increase in income for more than 6 million workers – or 47% of South Africa’s labour force – who at present earn less than R20 an hour. #NationalMinimumWage.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE The national minimum wage represents a marked increase in income for more than 6 million workers – or 47% of South Africa’s labour force – who at present earn less than R20 an hour. #NationalMinimumWage Photo

President @CyrilRamaphosa declares the operation date of the #NationalMinimumWage.

President @CyrilRamaphosa has arrived in Kliptown, Soweto for the proclamation of the effective date of the #NationalMinimumWage. He is received by Labour Minister Oliphant, Public Works Minister Nxesi & NEDLAC Executive Director Mr Vilakazi Madodo..

President @CyrilRamaphosa has arrived in Kliptown, Soweto for the proclamation of the effective date of the #NationalMinimumWage. He is received by Labour Minister Oliphant, Public Works Minister Nxesi & NEDLAC Executive Director Mr Vilakazi Madodo. Photo

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE The national minimum wage represents a marked increase in income for more than 6 million workers – or 47% of South Africa’s labour force – who at present earn less than R20 an hour. #NationalMinimumWage.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE The national minimum wage represents a marked increase in income for more than 6 million workers – or 47% of South Africa’s labour force – who at present earn less than R20 an hour. #NationalMinimumWage Photo

#NationalMinimumWage Cosatu has welcomed the national minimum wage bill saying it’s a victory for over 6 million workers. It says this historical moment demonstrates that a lot can be achieved when workers are united. TK.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE Today acknowledges the contributions made by representatives of government, business, labour & community under NEDLAC to achieve the consensus that produced a national minimum wage of R20 per hour. #NationalMinimumWage.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE Today acknowledges the contributions made by representatives of government, business, labour & community under NEDLAC to achieve the consensus that produced a national minimum wage of R20 per hour. #NationalMinimumWage Photo

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE President @CyrilRamaphosa will this afternoon proclaim the effective date for the National Minimum Wage with stakeholders at Kliptown, Soweto. #NationalMinimumWage.

PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE EFFECTIVE DATE President @CyrilRamaphosa will this afternoon proclaim the effective date for the National Minimum Wage with stakeholders at Kliptown, Soweto. #NationalMinimumWage Photo

President @CyrilRamaphosa will in the next hour proclaim the effective date for the #nationalminimumwage at a ceremony in Kliptown,Soweto. #minimumwage.

[Read] President @CyrilRamaphosa will on Friday proclaim the effective date for the #NationalMinimumWage at a ceremony with stakeholders in Kliptown, #Soweto @deptoflabour.

[Read] President @CyrilRamaphosa will on Friday proclaim the effective date for the #NationalMinimumWage at a ceremony with stakeholders in Kliptown, #Soweto @deptoflabour Photo
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