Poverty and Inequality Assessment report reveals that many South Africans are unemployable

Poverty and Inequality Assessment report reveals that many South Africans are unemployable

The Minister in the Presidency Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has announced that she will launch an assessment launch the Poverty and Inequality Assessment report on Tuesday.

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15 years ago in 1995, the World Bank suggested that the government conduct an assessment to determine the levels of poverty that exist within the country.

Briefly.co.za learned that the report will combine research conducted over the last 15 years, it will assess the policies that have been implemented in the country to help reduce poverty and inequality according to enca.com.

It has been revealed that SA needs a skills revolution in order to address poverty because many of the people in the country are unemployable.

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According to Stats SA, the levels of poverty in South Africa are on the rise and revealed that more than half of the country lives in poverty.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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