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More than 42% of South African households are supported by women, according to research company Statista. This percentage grows in provinces with large rural areas, such as the Eastern Cape, where it sits at over 50%. Despite this, women still earn up to 35% less than men in certain jobs.

 

 

 


A recent survey has indicated that only seven of South Africa’s top 100 companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) were headed by women. Research suggests that the country’s skill shortage is having an impact on this.

 


Many organisations face unparalleled operational challenges that stem from a lack of productive and engaging employee learning practices that could be increasing ROI.


There are an estimated 3.3 million illiterate adults in South Africa. The Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) initiative aims to reduce this number by offering foundational learning programmes to motivated people.


If you haven't been placed in university or college yet, the Central Application Clearing House (CACH) can help with that.

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