Trade Unions like COSATU and South Africa’s restrictive labour law are often cited as reasons for poor economic development at grass roots level. Is this really the case? How can both these factors be better employed to facilitate job creation?
Black empowerment in South Africa, despite legal efforts to support it, has been woeful. A handful of black elite – the so-called black diamonds have grabbed for themselves whilst the poor black masses have not been able to improve their lot. This cartoon and article is the first in a series about black economic empowerment and job creation.
Youth League president Julius Malema led the ANCYL march for economic freedom from Johannesburg to the Stock Exchange and then on the Union Buildings in Pretoria. But will this type of mass action solve anything or put any more pressure to create jobs? Or is it just an excuse to toyi-toyi and cause general public irritation?
Jacob Zuma’s 2011 State of the Nation address focused largely on job creation. Those expecting many more faux pas, outrageous promises, chanting of Umshini Wami, talk of mass Nationalisation were disappointed. Since it’s February 14th, Wonkie ponders the State of the Nation’s Valentine.
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