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Cape Town - As South Africa moves towards the realisation of a national minimum wage, an entrepreneur adds his voice to the debate.

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed a panel to deliberate on an appropriate national minimum wage.

However, economists and business have mixed views, with some argueing that it will reduce poverty and boost economic growth, while others believe it will hamper job creation in South Africa.

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