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Cape Town - The minimum wage for SA's hospitality sector has been revised upward with effect from July 1 2017.

The latest increase was arrived at using the consumer price index of 6.4% plus 1.5%. The total increase is, therefore, 7.9%.

The new Hospitality Sectoral Determination, which governs the minimum wage rate in the sector, will be effective until June 30 2018.

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