Overpopulation And Too Few Jobs At South Africa

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Question 1 • Unemployment • Due to lack of education, citizens cannot be hired because they have little or no knowledge of the job. • Overpopulation and too few jobs in South Africa. • Some citizens refuse to work when they are given an opportunity to have a job. • Lack of education • No space in all schools, government had built few schools. • No money for tertiary which leads to unemployment. • Some teachers have poor content of knowledge and not enough time for pupils. • Crime • The rate of violent crime in South Africa is high. • Crime rate increases by the police allowing the criminals they have caught to bribe them. • Poverty • The government makes empty promises of improving the lives of the poor. • Half of the population in…show more content…
Own definition • Unemployment is when a person does not have a job and will not be able to make a money or get a salary at the end of the day. How it links • The government participates in the policies of unemployment poorly. The democratic institutions increase public debates, a free press, and the appearance of a rising political opposition. The National Bargaining Council, an organisation linked to COSATU and SACP urged low-skilled workers to believe that jobs below minimum wage could not be undertaken even with them being jobless and they demand to increase minimum wages for the low-skilled labour which creates more unemployment. • South Africa has been experiencing a serious skills shortage of the economy, a challenge which has some extent contributed to • The level of education and skills does not become an advantage of being employed, in South Africa there is a high rate of unemployed graduates. • There are high levels of poverty and inequality which directly links and is evident to the country’s unemployment. • In the mid-1990s even though the economic growth improved unemployment has, until recently, persistently increased and in 1994 when ANC came to power it inherited a country which was besieged by unemployment. • Many jobs in South Africa are being taken by the immigrants which increases unemployment for the residents. Question 3 • Nando’s have implemented many CSR projects to

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