/ 17 August 2022

Slow implementation spurs frustration over South Africa’s jobs crisis

Unemployed Men Wait For The Possibility Of A Piece Job. Photo Delwyn Verasamy
Unemployment epidemic: These men, gathered together to wait for the possibility of a piece job, are some of the 34.9% of South Africans who are without work, the highest figure among 82 countries monitored by business news agency Bloomberg. (Delwyn Verasamy/M&G)
So says Rudi Dicks, who is in charge of coordinating President Cyril Ramaphosa’s initiatives to drive structural reforms and employment

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