What is the minimum wage for domestic workers and nannies?
Here are the latest minimum rates for domestic workers for period 1 December 2015 to 30 November 2016, as announced by the Department of Labour.
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Minimum wages for domestic workers who work more than 27 ordinary hours per week:

Area A: major metropolitan areas*

  • Hourly rate :   R11.44
  • Weekly rate:   R514.82
  • Monthly rate:  R2230.70

Those not covered in Area A

  • Hourly rate :   R10.23
  • Weekly rate:   R460.15
  • Monthly rate:  R1993.82

Minimum wages for domestic workers who work 27 ordinary hours per week or less:

Area A: major metropolitan areas*

  • Hourly rate: R13.39
  • Weekly rate: R361.50
  • Monthly rate: R1566.35

Those not covered in Area A

  • Hourly rate: R12.07
  • Weekly rate: R325.98
  • Monthly rate: R1412.49

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