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Be greedy when others are fearful Why it's time to invest in SA
With the World Economic Forum for Africa happening in Cape Town this week as well as the latest quarterly SA GDP data being released, there is naturally a big focus on the state
05 Sep 2019
Capes Could the Unemployment be eased?
The unemployment rate in South Africa was reported to be sitting at a high of 27.1% in the fourth quarter of 2018. The number of unemployed people rested at 6.14 million, with
02 Apr 2019
TACKLING YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT The greatest challenge for South Africa is driving employment opportunities for our youth
Unemployment is probably the most severe problem South African society is experiencing and it’s conceivably the root cause of many other problems, such as high crime rates,
20 Mar 2017
YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT Millenials to use strengths for a path of entrepreneurship
An on-going challenge in South Africa, where the youth unemployment rate is estimated to be approximately 60%, is to provide jobs and opportunities for the youth.  When
10 Jun 2015
AFRICA ‘Marshall Plan’ for Africa’s employment challenge
Unemployment, independent of any other factor, threatens to derail the economic promise that Africa deserves. It’s a time bomb with no geographical boundaries, writes top African entrepreneur Tony Elumelu.
11 Jan 2014
Broad support versus minority left-wing objections National Development Plan to focus on jobs and elimination of poverty
This week we analyse the substantial support that exists for South Africa’s long-term plan, which must guide its future development with the key focus on growth, jobs and elimination of poverty and inequality.
18 Jun 2013 - S. T.
Youth employment Jobless youth becoming a new lost generation
Catholic Primate of Spain and Archbishop of Toledo, Braulio Rodriguez, warned of social collapse in Europe in the wake of the protracted financial crisis saying that soaring unemployment could become dangerous.
21 May 2013 - P. C.
Unemployment - The hidden story Statistics often hide the true state of affairs
Worldwide, there are concerns about the seemingly stubborn rise in the numbers of the unemployed, even where there are claims of some economic growth.
21 May 2013 - P. C.
The failure of macro-economic theory Are our financial practises reaching the end of the road?
Ironically some 80 years ago, the man credited with much of modern macro-economic theory and practice, John Maynard Keynes, foresaw one of the major threats to the system.
20 May 2013 - P. C.
Unemployment progress: Ipsos Pulse of the People Survey Long way to go with job creation and gender equality
While the issues of slow job creation, unemployment and inequality have been targeted as areas of urgent focus by government a just-released survey found that only 38% of the adult population are employed.
07 May 2013 - P. C.




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