Almost all working South Africans fear losing their jobs - survey

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Johannesburg – The biggest fear of up to 92% of South African employees is losing their jobs, a survey revealed.

This is according to the annual International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) Global Poll for 2017, released on Monday, ahead of the G20 Labour Ministries meeting to be held in Germany this week.

The survey was conducted in March across 16 countries, including the BRICS nations. A total of 1 000 people were interviewed in South Africa. 

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