Qaanitah Hunter | Unqualified for the job but, still working for government

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Close to 35% of senior managers are without the requisite qualifications between provincial and national government departments, writes the author. (Gallo Images, file)
Close to 35% of senior managers are without the requisite qualifications between provincial and national government departments, writes the author. (Gallo Images, file)

It is of little surprise that government is falling apart if many of the state's senior managers are unqualified for their positions, writes Qaanitah Hunter.

If the government was broken before Covid-19, the pandemic has wholly decimated the capacity of the state. 

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