Why is turning the tide on SA unemployment so tough?
/ 15 August 2022

Why is turning the tide on SA unemployment so tough?

South Africa’s jobless rate is one of the highest in the world — and bringing it down significantly could take years

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/ 26 December 2003

Infant killed in Costa Rica quake

An infant was killed by falling debris and dozens of people were injured when a strong earthquake shook the border of Costa Rica and Panama early on Thursday, Panama’s federal relief agency reported. The magnitude-6,3 tremor struck at 2.11am local time at a depth of 33,6km.