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The significance of public attitudes for ensuring the effectiveness of national government skills and labour market interventions and polici...
The South African workplace has changed in recent decades as increasingly more women enter the labour market. The greater economic empowerme...
2010 Social assistance and dependency in South Africa: an analysis of attitudes to paid work and social grants
Despite the absence of an unemployment grant in South Africa, there is growing concern that other social assistance provision might neverthe...