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The department of employment and labour has agreed to an amendment to the Employment Equity Amendment Bill that requires the minister to consult with economic sectors when setting numerical targets for them to achieve employment equity.

This was one of the very few amendments the department was willing to accept at the end of public hearings on the bill by parliament’s portfolio committee on employment and labour, which still has to deliberate on the bill...

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