Experiences of the unemployed during lockdown

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Since the national minimum wage was gazetted, more doors have been shut in the faces of the unemployed. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
Since the national minimum wage was gazetted, more doors have been shut in the faces of the unemployed. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images

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Unemployment is one of the most serious problems South Africa faces. It’s in everyone’s best interest to fight this scourge and the parliamentarians have an important role to play in this regard.

Politicians must take the blame for the laws that are like a barbed-wire fence between the unemployed and potential employers.

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