The South African economy has faced a slowdown since the end of the metals boom in 2011.
Can land reform be undertaken in a way that creates more employment, and livelihood opportunities through self-employment
Wage disparities in South Africa are amongst the highest in the world.
Tax management in South Africa suffers from a number of problems.
The traditional South African approach by economists, business and government to solving the country’s unemployment challenge revolves around addressing issues
Both the goals and instruments of “monetary policy” in South Africa do not reflect the South African developmental objectives they are supposed to serve.
In response to the 2018 Job Summit priorities of inclusive growth and redistribution and (small and) micro enterprise development
The National Development Plan (NDP) (2011) argues that small and medium businesses will create 90% of new jobs by 2030.
There is a view, repeatedly advanced in the media, by conservative forces in society, and some academics, that the public sector in South Africa is bloated
This brief is a proposal for social solidarity interventions to support the unemployed.