SA-Zim Migration Agreement

South Africa and Zimbabwe have signed a four-year agreement to promote safe labour migration between the two Southern Africa Development Community countries

South Africa and Zimbabwe have signed a four-year agreement to promote safe labour migration between the two Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) countries.

Zimbabwe’s Labour and Social Welfare Minister, Paurina Mpariwa, says that the agreement seeks to facilitate the safe and temporary migration of Zimbabweans to work in Limpopo (agricultural sector).

The agreement covers labour dispute resolution and social dialogue, labour law reform, social security, employment services, the Beitbridge migration centre, joint technical taskforce on occupational health and safety and asbestos, facilitation of the interface between ex-Zimbabwean migrant workers in gold mines in the country and previous employers or the ex-employing agencies.

To read the article titled, “Govt, SA sign labour migration agreement,” click here.

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