Minimum wages for Taxi and Hospitality sectors increase – July/Aug 2013

Minimum wages for Taxi and Hospitality sectors increase – July/Aug 2013 - read all about it on Mywage South Africa, plus more on Minimum Wages and Salaries

Employees in the Taxi and Hospitality Sectors will experience a raise in minimum wages from 1 July 2013, thanks to the minimum wage increment announcement by the Department of Labour. The increments will be effected throughout the country.

The current minimum wages in the hospitality sector for employers with more than 10 employees is sitting at R2495.80  per month, while employers with less than 10 employees are paid a minimum wage of R2240.60 . This has increased to R2692.72 and R2415.86 respectively.

The increases in taxi sector wages include increases for taxi drivers who will get wages amounting to R 2643.47 per month, the same amount that will be received by administration workers. This is up on the previous year’s  R 2449.90 per month.

Other employees within the sector  will hike from the previous R 1713.70 per month to a minimum wage of R1848.97 per month.

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The current minimum wages in the hospitality sector for employers with more than 10 employees is sitting at R2495.80  per month, while employers with less than 10 employees are paid a minimum wage of R2240.60 . This has increased to R2692.72 and R2415.86 respectively.

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