Go netefatsa ditokomane tsa mothusi wa gago wa mo lelapeng le Rre Morgan Mokwana - Employment Standards Specialist

Many of us because of our commitments to our careers, businesses and other means of making a living that we have fully engaged in, we are somehow required to have helpers at home. It can be either the helper takes care of the kids, a nanny, or takes care of the household in general.
Lately in most of our townships and even at home villages there has been a large and growing number of helpers who happen to be non-South Africans, mostly are from neighboring countries like Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and other African countries.