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.
Jackson Mthembu has accused the DA of causing hostility between it and the ANC, warning the party of violence it witnessed at a march on Cosatu House.
The informal sector has risen to the unemployment challenge, creating over 12 000 of the 24 000 new jobs added in November and December 2013.
A decade after the advent of BEE, SA is still one of the most unequal countries in the world. Has BEE failed or is it a work in progress? We discuss.
Adcorp's employment figures for February have shown South Africa's job situation has not changed, but labour productivity has hit a 50-year low.
Education in South Africa is in crisis but many corporates are making positive contributions to upskilling potential and current staff.
SA's mining industry could see sustained job losses over the next 10 to 20 years as greater mechanisation and new mining techniques are introduced.
The jobs on the line in Anglo American's plan to bring profits back to its SA operations are just the first of many the sector is about to bleed.
There's been a slow-burning undercurrent at Davos; this year's smouldering issues are jobs and rising unemployment, especially in the European Union.
The mining and manufacturing sector lost 15 000 jobs in December while overall employment increased by a marginal 0.8%.
Labour experts warn that the introduction of two new laws will tighten the noose on employers. Chantelle Benjamin reports.
Employment in the month of October increased by an annualised rate of 1% boosted by the informal sector, according to the Adcorp Employment Index.