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South Africa has raised its minimum wage to N126,480 per month. The news comes at a time when Nigerian workers are unsure that their struggle for a N30,000 minimum wage would lead to a result.


The Global Wage Report 2018/19 published yesterday shows that global wage growth has also reached a 10-year low, the last of its kind in 2007.

The president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, said the salary, which would come into force on January 1, 2019, would benefit about six million workers currently earning R7,700 (N97,495).

A South African Rand truck for N26.35. This means that South African workers earn N527 per hour: N4,216 per day and N126,480 per month. Your Nigerian colleagues currently earn N75 per hour, which is N600 per day (eight hours per day) and N18,000 per month.

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