South Africa (South Africa) - Well, it appears that foreigners' honeymoon in South Africa may be coming to an end very soon. According to SABC News, South Africa's Minister of Home Affairs, Aaron Motsoaledi, has revealed that efforts are on to develop recommended legislation that would limit the number of foreigners employed by South African enterprises.
The government, according to Motsoaledi, will do so with the assistance and advice of international bodies such as the International Labour Organization. A task team has been formed, according to Motsoaledi. "We have already requested assistance from the International Labour Organization."
One of them is to assist us in drafting a bill that establishes quotas for the number of foreign nationals that industry can hire. We need a lot of advise since we have a constitution that allows for a lot of flexibility, and we don't want to end ourselves on the wrong side of it. Because some of the issues would influence trade, the Inter-Ministerial Committee reported to the cabinet committee on Trade and Industry," Motsoaledi said.
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