'We will look at employing around 1400 people'

City of Joburg has announced that it will employ 1 400 former employees of the Jozi@Work programme on a three days on and three days off basis.

READ: Mashaba says violent Jozi@work protests in Joburg Council orchestrated by ANC

Speaking to Gugu Mhlungu on The Afternoon Drive, MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Nico de Jager explained further about their plans for the former employees.

So we will look at employing around 1400 people on a three days on, three days off basis. And they will be in a region with benefits of R6 600 pm.

Nico de Jager, MMC for Environment and Infrastructure

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