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Cape Town - The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry expressed concern at the high unemployment rate with members relating the problem to the education system.

Chamber members were responding to the question "What do you believe are the three most critical issues affecting the socio-economic future of South Africa?"

According the survey, more than 39% of businesses in the Western Cape believe that education is one of the three most critical issues affecting the socio-economic future of South Africa.

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