Minister is firm on youth wage subsidy

2013-10-27 10:00

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Alongside the general whip-cracking on state employment and the excesses of government officials, Pravin Gordhan this week finally tabled the revised Employment Tax Incentive Bill in Parliament.

“The bill will not affect currently employed persons and their vested rights are protected. Hence it will not have a negative socioeconomic effect on labour,” reads Treasury’s formal response to Cosatu’s plea that Nedlac have another go at the subsidy.

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