SA already has one of the highest unemployment rates among Group of 20 countries, with low-skilled workers vulnerable to job losses

Covid-hit South African workers face accelerated destruction of old economy jobs

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The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the changing nature of work, with growing automation set to disrupt 85-million jobs globally in the coming five years, deepening existing labour market inequalities and hastening the pace of job destruction, a new study shows...

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