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South Africa needs specialised skills to chart its economic recovery as the Covid-19 pandemic and rising unemployment take their toll.
South Africa needs specialised skills to chart its economic recovery as the Covid-19 pandemic and rising unemployment take their toll.
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When President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the latest version of the critical skills list – a list of qualifications that government's migration apparatus would prioritise when allowing working expatriates legal stay in South Africa – he gave South Africans the entire month of March to respond.

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