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Labour Minister Oliphant to sign an MoU with Lesotho counterpart in the field of labour

by lloyd last modified 2013-12-03 11:41

2 December 2013

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant on behalf of the Department of Labour is inviting the media to the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a delegation from the Ministry of Labour and Employment of the Kingdom of Lesotho in the field of Labour.

The MoU is designed to cement closer relations with Lesotho and will amongst others cover areas such as Social Dialogue, Public Employment Services, Inspection and Enforcement Services, Labour Market Information Systems Occupational and Health and Safety.

The Department of Labour initially signed an MOU in the field of Labour with Lesotho in 2006, the MOU was currently under review. This framework for co-operation covers areas such as Social Dialogue, Social Security, Dispute Resolution etc. the framework aims to foster closer relations with Basotho not only on bilateral level but also on common policy positions in the multilateral fora. The signing will mark the beginning of a new era to ensuring promotion of the African Agenda on a bilateral level.

Details of the signing ceremony are as follows:

Venue: Department of Labour’s corner Paul Kruger and Francis Baard Street (Schoeman Street) -

at Room G01 which is nearer to Francis Baard Street

Date: 03-December-2013

Time: 14:00.

For more information contact:

Musa Zondi

MLO: Minister of Labour

Tel: +27 12 392 9625

Fax:+27 12 320 1942

12 Plein Street, Cape Town

Tel: + 27 21 466 7167

Fax: +27 21 462 2832

Email: musa.zondi@labour.gov.za

Cell 082 901 8081


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