Lockdown jobs drain is not a one-off for battered South Africa


When we talk about jobs in South Africa we talk not of employment, but of unemployment. The steady erosion of jobs over the past years, and the fact that the anaemic economy has long been unable to absorb meaningful numbers of new, young entrants into the labour market, means the national conversation is always about how bad the situation is, and how much worse it will get...

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