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The effect of affirmative action on the reduction of employment discrimination
(University of the Western Cape, 2016)
South African labour relations are associated with a history of extensive discrimination and segregation, subject to various types of discrimination during the apartheid era, including employment discrimination. This study ...
Labour market trends since the advent of democracy, with a specific focus on gender issues
(University of the Western Cape, 2011)
The transition of South Africa's political system from an apartheid administration to a democratic rule in 1994 resulted in the end of years of international sanctions imposed on the country. This move placed the country ...
Investigating underemployment in South Africa
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
Labour economists in South Africa have extensively researched on almost all aspects of the unemployment phenomenon, specifically, the levels and extent of unemployment as well as the causes of unemployment have received a ...
Work satisfaction and retention strategies of medical doctors in the South African public health sector
One of the fundamental problems facing the South African public healthcare sector is motivation and retention of the healthcare practitioners. Medical doctors in particular, tend to leave the public sector for the private ...
Youth in the South African labour market – the first 25 years since the economic transition
(University of Western Cape, 2021)
The South African economy is confronted with various socio-economic problems. In particular, the persistently high and rising unemployment rate (especially for the youth), which has always been one of them. Unemployment ...