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“If I Was Able to Do Something Else, I Would,” Says...

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Teaching is tough in overcrowded schools with ill-disciplined sometimes violent learners. “If I could change careers I would… Teaching is not easy,” says a teacher...

SA’s Top Technical Barista Climbing the Ladder from Nothing to a...

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Wiesenhof's National Beverage Specialist Khulekani "Khule" Mpala Khule who came from Zimbabwe with a family, and pretty much nothing in his pocket is now...

Why a Guaranteed Jobs Scheme in South Africa Would Pay for...

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In his first State of the Nation Address, President Cyril Ramaphosa posed the key question: has South Africa built a society where the injustices...

Stimulus Package to Create Jobs, Boost SA Economy

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Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has announced a R3.5 billion stimulus and recovery plan with measures that will ensure that government gives priority to the...
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R5.5 Billion Zinc Mine for SA

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Thursday officially open the R5.5 billion investment zinc mine in the Northern Cape, the Presidency said on Sunday. The Gamsberg...

Project in SA’s Eastern Cape to Improve Water Supply, Create Jobs

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Water supply in the Eastern Cape is set to improve with the launch of the Mzimvubu Water Project’s advanced infrastructure. The R113 million advanced infrastructure...

Changing the Way our Colleges Work is Key to Reducing Unemployment

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Business should inform curricula to prepare South Africa for the fourth industrial revolution, writes Business Unity SA CEO Tanya Cohen. In any other society, a...

The Men Who Make a Living From an Old Gold Mine...

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“The gold is right here in the soil”. Located between Marievale military base and Nigel is an old gold mine, Vlakfontein, where informal miners extract...

Why is South Africa’s Unemployment Rate so High?

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If people are not willing to invest in a country, it is almost impossible to generate new jobs, writes Professor Vimal Ranchod.   South Africa’s unemployment...

SA President Signs Competition Amendment Bill Into law

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Yesterday President Cyril Ramaphosa signed into law the Competition Amendment Bill, which will strengthen regulations against anti-competitive behaviour in industrial markets. The bill, which was...

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