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Ramaphosa: SA has made progress but more needs to be done
Ramaphosa: SA has made progress but more needs to be done
Great progress had been made since the advent of democracy through social and economic redress, but much more remains to be done, President Cyril...
DA wants workers to be free to opt out of national minimum wage
DA wants workers to be free to opt out of national minimum wage
The Democratic Alliance’s federal congress has adopted a resolution to allow employees to opt out of the national minimum wage agreement, and...
It’s Blac to the future in Bishop Lavis
It’s Blac to the future in Bishop Lavis
At the height of apartheid, with Security Branch officers terrorising people in townships across the country, residents of Bishop Lavis in Cape...
Unemployment lower, but black women, the youth remain the most vulnerable
Unemployment lower, but black women, the youth remain the most vulnerable
The latest unemployment statistics from StatsSA show that South Africa’s unemployment rate declined to 26.7% in the fourth quarter last year from...
The lesser known and scarier facts about unemployment in South Africa
The lesser known and scarier facts about unemployment in South Africa
The latest South African jobs statistics...
Why South African shouldn’t turn to the IMF for help
Why South African shouldn’t turn to the IMF for help
The view that South Africa should look towards the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be rescued from the unfolding economic meltdown seems to be...
Peddling the miracles of entrepreneurship is a deceit
Peddling the miracles of entrepreneurship is a deceit
Visit an inner-city charismatic church on a given evening of the week and you will hear pastors, often self-proclaimed doctors, professors,...
Young, unemployed and without proper shelter in Freedom Park
Young, unemployed and without proper shelter in Freedom Park
Freedom Park is one of the areas in the south of Johannesburg which have recently seen protests over land, housing and unemployment....
​Labour department struggles to finds jobs for five million
​Labour department struggles to finds jobs for five million
By Statistics South Africa’s latest estimates, there are many more job seekers entering the employment market than there are applicants finding...
How the search for a national minimum wage laid bare South Africa's faultlines
How the search for a national minimum wage laid bare South Africa's faultlines
Government has moved a step closer to introducing a

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