Precarious work is becoming the norm as bosses increase their levels of exploitation.
The South African economy has fallen on hard times and we need to think creatively about how to resolve the problem and create employment.
From food security to employment, Nomphelo Zozo is improving lives and promoting sustainable change in her Jo’burg informal settlement.
The Balalaika hotel in Johannesburg is breaking new ground, focusing on opportunities for hearing-impaired workers.
Power utility Eskom is racing to recruit as many skilled people as possible, regardless of their skin colour, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said.
Women who lose weight after surgery – as opposed to through exercise and diet – are less likely to be employed because of negative perceptions.
Brother and sister Tiisetso and Manthemba Teffo make the bulk of their profit these days embroidering and printing EFF merchandise.
Johnny Masilela relates the tale of a young working-class Afrikaner with no job prospects on account of his being too white and too male.
There is a set minimum wage for domestic workers in SA. While you may be paying your helper the legal amount, are you paying her enough to live?
Overall unemployment has increased to 25.2% in the first quarter of this year, according to a Stats SA report.
Government departments have created the most jobs in the past five years, with employees likely to earn better pay.
The ANC's president told its guests of the party's accomplishments since coming into government, saying it has created more jobs than ever in SA.
The trade union federation has pinpointed transformation of South Africa's economy as the long-term solution to curbing violent strikes and protests.
The rand was slightly firmer on Monday morning after a mixed US employment report on Friday spurred intense price action.
The government needs to create more job opportunities to make people's lives better.
Economic transformation discussion goes with examining the legal framework put in place to open the way for participation of marginalized sectors.
The growth that is starting to emerge in the global economy gives reason to hope that the situation is set to improve in the mining sector.
North West finance MEC Paul Sebego has announced a project to create temporary jobs for 20 000 youth, but the selection criteria are a mystery.