Govt Warned Over Labour Law Amendments

Labour law amendments to regulate labour broking and plans to extend minimum wages will keep unskilled youngsters out of the economy, states IRR.

The South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR), a liberal think-tank, states that, the labour law amendments to regulate labour broking and plans to extend minimum wages will keep unskilled youngsters out of the economy.
The SAIRR says, “Contrary to what it claims‚ the government is doing more to hinder than to help young people participate in the economy.”

The SAIRR was reacting to a statement issued by The Presidency in response to its recent report entitled ‘Born Free But Still in Chains’, which found that ‘born frees’ will increasingly become more involved in violent protests and abandon democratic institutions‚ due to ongoing political and economic alienation.

To read the article titled, “Government more a hindrance than a help to young people: IRR,” click here.

Source: 
Sowetan Live

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