Employers will have to pay Compensation Fund contributions for their domestic workers should the Constitutional Court on Tuesday confirm a lower court order on legislation governing domestic work in SA.

That would add to the legislated national minimum wage of R15.57 per hour that domestic workers are entitled to as well as to the Unemployment Insurance Fund contributions that employers already pay for their domestic workers...

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