As per the agreement reached under the auspices of the National Textile Bargaining Council (NTBC), the actual increase for workers will vary between 7.25 per cent and 21 per cent.
A 13.5 per cent productivity bonus will also be added to the basic wage. The increases will be backdated from July 1, 2018, SACTWU said in a statement.
Approximately 6,600 workers from 127 factories spread across South Africa will benefit from the wage increase. (RKS)
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