- President Ramaphosa signed into law two bills - the National Minimum Wage Bill and the Public Audit Amendment Bill
- There are more bills for the president to consider, but he will study them closely before signing them into law
- These bills include the Political Party Funding Bill and the Labour Relations Amendment Bill
President Cyril Ramaphosa is closely looking at eight bills that have been passed by Parliament before he signs them off.
The bills that the president is looking at include the Political Party Funding Bill and the Labour Relations Amendment Bill.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the Political Party Funding Bill will have more transparency in the funding matters of political parties.
The Labour Relations Amendment Bill will aim to deal with violent strikes.
Two of the eight bills has already been signed into law by the president. One of them was the National Minimum Wage Bill, which is now legal and aims to benefit about six million South African workers.
The second bill that has been signed into effect is the Public Audit Amendment Bill and it gives the Auditor-General more power, according to a report by EWN.
While the bills are an urgent matter, the Constitution expects the president to study them closely before signing them into law.
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