Security firms drag minister to court in bid to avoid 95c/hour pay rise

More than a dozen private security companies have dragged labour minister Thulas Nxesi to court in a bid to avoid paying their employees a 95 cents per hour increase.

The increase, which was meant to come into effect in March, was agreed upon in the private security bargaining council in November and promulgated into law by Nxesi in February...

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