Huawei: Crackdown on more international companies coming over employment quotas

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Huawei Technologies South Africa's non-compliance with equity laws is the worst seen by labour officials.
Huawei Technologies South Africa's non-compliance with equity laws is the worst seen by labour officials.
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The Department of Labour has vowed to conduct an employment audit among foreign-owned companies in the country to establish compliance with labour regulations. This comes in the wake of legal action being taken against Chinese tech giant Huawei over a higher number of non-South Africans in their ranks.

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