Chinese tech giant Huawei could face even more legal challenges in South Africa, with the government saying that it had reason to believe that the majority of the company’s foreign employees did not have work permits. Eyewitness News reports that on Friday, South Africa’s Employment and Labour Department announced that it had launched court action against the firm for contravening the Employment Equity Act by hiring 90% foreign labour locally. SA’s government wants the company to be slapped with an R1.5 million fine or 2% of its local turnover.
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