Who is meant to be organising foreign national workers?

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SACP provincial secretary Benson Ngqentsu. Picture: Supplied/ GroundUp
SACP provincial secretary Benson Ngqentsu. Picture: Supplied/ GroundUp

In the historic workers’ month, Employment and Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi was reported in the Sowetan of May 8 2020 as having unveiled plans to limit the hiring of foreign nationals in certain sectors of the economy through legislative measures.

According to the report, this may include sectoral targets or quotas for foreign nationals.

It is said that this is not new and happens across the world.

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