Unemployment Insurance Fund pays more than R63,000 to registered unemployed ‘ghosts’ so one man can benefit from it

Ramaphose’s dreams on new job creation opportunities are not taken seriously – bigotry and mismanagement go hand in hand amidst the ANC-regime

The ANC can no longer rule South Africa – unemployment rate highest in 11 years and increased to 29,1%

Businesses go bankrupt in SA – Not only Edcon is struggling to keep head above water, many companies are closing their doors and causing unemployment

TAU SA: Draconian idea of ​​expropriation without compensation by ANC regime cannot continue – South Africa and its inhabitants too precious to implement dangerous policies that threaten fundamental economic and other structures and systems in the country

New Health Plan poses huge risk to SA’s economy and would be disastrous if implemented – even far left FW de Klerk Foundation have their doubts!

Trade unions are going to “support” the unbundling of Eskom in fear of job losses

An unemployment reality check in SA – The impact of behaviour on the unemployment crisis – We have become a nation of takers

National Health Plan is going to need at least R180bn to R250bn for 12-month spending – with SA’s faltering economy that’s a disproportionate amount

Unemployment rate grows to 29%, while SA’s economy declines – Ramaphosa’s promises of new job opportunities, all lies

Mboweni’s truths: We are bankrupt and people will lose their jobs – If you ever doubted that South Africa’s economy was in deep, deep trouble, doubt no more

Economic growth and housing in South Africa are not keeping up with population increase- housing shortage is a disaster waiting to happen

More than 12,000 jobs in poultry industry can be lost – SA industry was harmed by ANC regime when tons of frozen, poorer quality chicken carcasses where imported from USA

These South African companies are retrenching staff in 2019 – Most probably BEE compliant as well – Unemployment has already soared to 27.5%

Parmalat joined a growing list of private sector companies embarking on restructuring that could leave hundreds of its workers jobless