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ramaphosa2Fin24 reports that government and labour are set to organise a summit to discuss ways to retain and create jobs in the tough current economic climate, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has said.  

Following a meeting on Tuesday of the Presidential Labour Working Group involving the Presidency, leaders of three labour federation and a number of Cabinet ministers, Ramaphosa said a job summit would be held.  “The meeting felt that a job summit was needed.  Labour called for a job summit, and as government we agreed there should be a job summit, so this will now be arranged,” he indicated.  A10-person committee, consisting of ministers and two representatives each from the three largest labour federations, would arrange the summit.  A date for the event hasn’t been set yet.

  • Read this report by Carien du Plessis on Tuesday’s meeting at Fin24
  • Read too, Planned summit set to tackle job losses, low economic growth, at SABC News

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