The uncertain benefits and costs of the youth employment incentive may mean the Bill does more harm than good, writes Sean Muller.
Those who have been unemployed for more than a year have less hope of ever finding a job.
Britain's finance minister reins in the welfare system in a bid to woo ‘hard-working' voters.
Nedlac head Alistair Smith says business, labour, government and civil society need to work together in order to curb unemployment and growth issues.
The recruitment industry has undergone many changes over the years. Organisations need to meet the needs of a far more demanding market. Here’s why:
There is a role for “silver sloggers” who are willing to use their experience rather than rest on their laurels.
Income disparities between racial groups are said to be narrowing.
Three of the M&G’s 200 YSA discuss the country’s unemployment issues and the controversial topic of male initiation.
Germany provides a good example of how the state and industry can create and fill jobs together, writes Matuma Letsoalo.
Unemployment has been up by 95 000 in April and, if the trend continues, an unenviable milestone will be reached by Christmas.
Despite the Gauteng premier's claims unemployment has increased since Nomvula Mokonyane took over, the Democratic Alliance has said.
Premier Nomvula Mokonyane has pledged the Gauteng government will offer 300 unemployed graduates work experience in its offices.
Suicides among teenagers are on the rise, but parents can be taught to spot the warning signs.
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.
The good news, though, is that finances have been kept under control.
The M&G has obtained footage that shows unemployed Zimbabweans turning to illegal gold mining in a desperate bid to make money, resulting in many deaths.
The unemployment rate in South Africa is at crisis level and it should be declared a state of emergency, writes Ronald Bownes.
Without job prospects and a stable future, the youth care little about their wellbeing, says Anton Ressel and Catherine Wijnberg.