Two weeks back social media was in hype insulting a man whom it was reported burned himself and his 2 daughters in their house. But now the community wants to know who saw it happen? The man was a successful district manager of Statistics SA in Mopani, and he recently won sole custody of his children after him and his wive separated but not divorced. It was reported that the 51year old man set himself in flames. Now community want to know ; Who saw the man set the fire? Can someone consider the use fire of fire
More harm to SA's work market as joblessness arrives at new highs The country's true joblessness rate increased by 1.7 rate focuses to a record high of 32.5% during the final quarter of 2020 contrasted and the past quarter, Statistics SA figures show.
A devastating update has been released by Statistics South Africa regarding the country's members of the public.This is after it was revealed that more than half a million people lost their jobs during the 2020 fiscal period.
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The minister of Social Development, Lindiwe Zulu has said that the government was holding discussions on the introduction of a Basic Income Grant (BIG). On July, minister Zulu did not give details of how the grant would be funded, or it's size, but told a virtual press briefing it would be considered post October. Before the coronavirus pandemic, the government had planned to spend R309,5 billion on security payments this year. The coronavirus pandemic prompted president Cyril Ramaphosa to announce in late March
Stun new numbers show how SA's train administration went out of control – even before Covid Trains in South Africa A public study - directed a year ago, before the beginning of the pandemic - showed that the traveler train administration is the most un-utilized method of public vehicle in South Africa. The
Today thousands of unemployed Graduates have Joined the Movement today Marching to Union Buildings Pretoria from Church Square, there are demading government to create jobs opportunities, fund youth businesses & grow an inclusive Economy. According to the latest figures from Statistics SA, the official unemployment rate was 29.1% in the fourth quarter of 2019. Each and every year we have new graduates joining the list of unemployed graduates. Unemployed Graduates gathered to protests the high number of Unemployement
Gledwin Mboweni, a 51-year-old former employee of Statistics SA as its Acting District Manager in the Mopani District and his daughters Mikateko (13) and Tsakane Mboweni (9) have tragically died. This comes after Mboweni set his house on fire with a highly flammable substance. He and his two daughters were burned to death in Nkowankowa Township in Tzaneen, Limpopo yesterday in the morning around 07:00. According to the SAPS, The neighbors allegedly saw the hous in flames and jumped over the wall to try and save
When South Africa went on lockdown back in March, a lot of changes took place.A number of industries had to shut down as the economic activity came to a stand still.This led to a number of people losing their sources of income and hence having to face difficulties in having to sustain themselves. BAD NEWS FOR SOUTH AFRICA Even though the economy was further opened under lockdown level 2 ,some industries are still struggling to get back to their feet . Fin24 news today made a report of an update that will sadden
Graduation is a significant achievement for many South Africans especially black South Africans as in many cases they are the first in thier family to graduate. However, once one graduates the clock starts ticking to acquire experience in the field that one has graduated in. What is often an overlooked challenge is that many opportunities for graduates have an age limit. In South Africa, in many cases you need to have significant experience by the time you reach 35 as opportunies that are reserved for the youth
Its been days since South Africa moved to level 1 of lockdown. However , despite that move , a number of people have felt the devastating effects of Covid-19 . The bad news for the South Africans that must be taken note of is the level of enemployment that has crippled the already struggling economy of South Africa. Today, according to the SABC , Statistics South Africa revealed that 2.2 million people got jobless in South Africa in the second quarter of this year. Statistics SA is reported to have released
Sources: Twitter @Zwelinzima1 & @StatsSa Unemployment numbers have risen and SAFTU's Secretary General Zwelinzima Vavi is not happy. His unhappiness is shared by millions of South Africans who are impacted by unemployment. In a series of tweets, Vavi slammed the government's role after Statistics SA released the country's unemployment numbers. Stats SA reported that South Africa's unemployment rate increased to 30.8 percent, meaning that millions more remain trapped in unemployment. Reacting to these numbers,
Retirement savings surveys show people didn't have much to begin with when the coronavirus hit. Most don't have enough to borrow from their retirement funds to meet immediate financial needs. Sanlam's administration data shows that about 50% of members have fund values that are less than R50 000. According to Alexander Forbes' latest Member Watch Survey, the members expected to retire comfortably amounted to just 6%. As the extended lockdown takes its toll, retirement savings are being viewed by some as a kitty
At the point when South Africa went on lockdown back in March, a great deal of changes took place.A number of ventures needed to close down as the financial action went to a stand still.This prompted various individuals losing their wellsprings of salary and subsequently confronting troubles in continuing themselves. Awful NEWS FOR SOUTH AFRICA Despite the fact that the economy was additionally opened under lockdown level 2 ,a few enterprises are as yet attempting to return to their feet . Fin24 news today made
Photo cred:Google 8,2 million (40%) of South Africa's 20,4 million youth between ages 15-34 are jobless, they are not getting education or any form of training according to Statistics SA. Even a University or TVET qualification seems to not guarantee employment, with trending hashtags like #Keajobseeker, #JobseekersSA on social media platforms graduates pour out their hearts about unemployment and post their qualifications hoping there are potential employers reading the posts. A Bachelor of Social Scienc
They are no longer in the battle field, and they've probably faced far bigger threats than someone walking a dog in the street. And a simple question wouldn't hurt them. The soldiers don't only hold a their AKA 47, but they hold something many people in this country sorely need -- a job. Unemployment is rife in the country, the last unemployment stats revealed an upward curve. The Statistics SA revealed in 2019 that the unemployment rate stood at 29 %. And after this coved 19 subsides, if it will, that numb
Date: 18/06/2020 Article by Boitumelo Motimele According to Statistics SA, femicide is defined as "the intentional killing of females (girls or women) for being women." The war against women in South Africa is spreading like wildfire and it looks like an annual ritual where women are murdered by their intimate partners or a stranger. According to WHO, in South Africa a woman is killed every 3 hours. As I am writing this article, another woman somewhere in South Africa is being killed. In 2018, President Cyr
Hundreds gather across the country in Joburg, Cape Town, Pretoria and Durban to march against gender-based violence. The Crimes Against Women in South Africa report by Statistics SA shows that femicide is five times higher than the global average. Ramaphosa said that gender-based violence in South Africa should be considered as a second pandemic in the country as serious as the coronavirus. Domestic violence is the most common form of GBV among partners that took control in South Africa. It often involves
The inequities in South Africa despite interventions that include a new national minimum wage bill which came into effect in January remains upheaval. It has once again prooved that Whites in South Africa earned three times more than blacks on average, two decades after the demise of apartheid. This is the evidence that has proof by a new survey by Statistics South Africa on Thursday. The new report was compiled by Statistics SA, the Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit and the Agence Francaise
Images:Source Screenshots Content by Bongiwe Shange It's around festive season .Scammers are capable of doing their shinanigans. It's with great pleasure to keep you alert. There is a man using the phone number of 0710759995 scamming ladies. He is the part of human traffickers. He is recruiting the ladies for sexual favors. This man runs a prostitution services with his friends. Don't entertain these kind of guys with their tricks. South Africa is in thus crisis since the level 1 of the lockdown was announced.