Wesgro announced that over the last eight months, their investment team has helped secure over R1.9 billion in committed investments emanating from 14 deals.
Gauteng has become the promised land for those seeking work
The party will subsidise MyCiti transport with a R6.6 million investment
I hope this article doesn’t flutter onto your screen in the middle of your writing or updating your CV, as that will trigger the immediate question of whether you should even bother.
Well… nobody said which way they’re going to ‘radically transform’ the economy.
Mildred Oliphant, our elusive minister of labour, has admitted that, after 23 years in power, affirmative action is the only thing the ANC’s been able to come up with to redress inequality in SA.
Oppression and manipulation go hand-in-hand. An under-educated electorate is easily fooled by blaming the state of poor governance through the use of a vicious, populist and indefensible attack on a (dwindling) racial minority.
There’s nothing quite like insulting your whole electorate by standing up for a much-maligned president to show the voters whose side you’re on.
In a series of tweets, the South African presidency presented governmental progress in celebration of President Jacob Zuma 75th birthday. Our readers voted for these 7 claims to be fact-checked.
Reports of a new 18-seater jet for the presidency has opposition parties frothing at the mouth, none more so than the Democratic Alliance.
While overall unemployment in the Eastern Cape rose by 0.2%, mayor Athol Trollip’s Nelson Mandela bay saw more than 4 000 new jobs created in the fourth quarter of 2016, StatsSA reports.
While South Africa’s youth unemployment is a structural matter, the country must find ways to alleviate the challenges in the short-term.
Netcare has reiterated concern over scam advertisements using its name with the aim of soliciting money from job-seekers.
Trade union Cosatu has slammed the government for developing projects like the Gautrain and bicycle lanes for whites, while poor black people spend up to a third of their income on transport.
She’s finally employed (with benefits) after seven months of searching and waiting… this calls for a celebration!
The Local Government Elections are just around the corner and political parties have ramped-up their campaigning in one last push for victory on August 3.
Statistics South Africa’s newest Quarterly Employment Survey shows that the country shed 15 000 jobs in the first three months of the year.
Despite our crumbling economy, rampant unemployment, and civil unrest; South Africa hosts more than 1 million asylum-seekers, more than any other country in the world.
The country’s unemployment rate increased to 26.7% in the first quarter of 2016, the highest it’s been since 2008.
At Tuesday’s SONA debate in parly, Mmusi Maimane painted a picture of a South Africa under DA rule; with the Western Cape as example.
Waking up at 5 am and collecting what many might consider rubbish doesn’t sound like a great job. For some, it’s their only choice.
It’s a grim picture, but one we should have expected according to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration.
The solution: teach “African liberation studies” in primary school so that the young people don’t feel so bad when they don’t get jobs after school.
With unemployment higher than at the end of apartheid, South Africa should embrace and educate its demographic ‘window of opportunity’ to show growth.