The rise in people employed in the sector is driven by increased production in field crops, forestry and aquaculture
In a five-year review of take-home pay, BankservAfrica found that the average salary has not kept pace with inflation
The shelves in grocery stores have become more forbidding since the pandemic, but economists believe that there is some hope on the horizon
The country has struggled to recover jobs after Covid-19’s economic onslaught
Education is the best way to turn young people’s potential into realised achievements
The Youth Employment Service is helping thousands of our youths to land that vital first job
Record new high for unemployment in South Africa, as Stats SA releases jobs data for the fourth quarter of 2021
The official unemployment rate rose to 34.9% in the third quarter of 2021 — the highest since 2008
Experts’ strategies for fixing the unemployment crisis range from devaluing the rand to a universal income grant or accepting debt from loans
To turn SA’s youth unemployment crisis around, we need to believe in young people’s potential, but also come up with a concrete, inclusive action plan
Young people’s experiences should lead the way in a shared response to youth unemployment
The latest unemployment figures show deepening joblessness and continuous setbacks
All indicators, including the employment statistics released this week show how black women bear the brunt of unemployment. Here are their stories
Treasury officials will model the effect of the grant on the fiscus if the need arises
The private sector can contribute to migration policy development to improve business operations, boost productivity and support the economy
The unemployment rate reached 32.6%, the highest since the survey was launched in 2008, in the first three months of 2021
Evidence suggests that job losses triggered by the lockdown may be long lasting
The decline in employment has been accompanied by a larger increase in economic inactivity, resulting in a 42% expanded unemployment rate
Although Stats SA has noted a slight decrease, South Africa’s unemployment rate is still one of the highest in the world.
Women and young people are the most affected by job scarcity in the country
Overall unemployment has increased to 25.2% in the first quarter of this year, according to a Stats SA report.
The Democratic Alliance’s economic strategy in the Western Cape must be questioned, ANC provincial legislature member Max Ozinsky has said.
Statistics have shown a slump in the establishment of new businesses, but experts say they have just gone under the radar.