Labour migration policy hopes to ease jobs bloodbath

Chinese technology giant Huawei Technologies South Africa this week settled out of court with the department of labour and employment for violating the Employment Equity Act by employing nearly 90% foreigners in its workforce.

The department had gone to court seeking an order to fine Huawei R1.5-million or 2% of its 2020 turnover and forcing it to draft and implement an employment plan to hire South African workers.

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