Unemployment – SA – communism – bolshevism

It is good to compare apples with apples,  before and after the virus, during the lockdown and what was our situation the past couple of years.  VOOR die beperking in Januarie 2020 was Suid-Afrika nie in ‘n rooskleurige toestand om werk te skep nie.   Na 1994 het die ekonomiese toestand vinnig versleg, grotendeels toe te skryf aan Swart Ekonomiese Bemagtiging en Regstellende aksie wetgewings, wat net ‘n paar duisend elites miljoenêrs of selfs ryker gemaak het.  Korrupsie en verskeie skandale het bly seëvier en kapings is hierby ingesluit terwyl niemand regtig vervolg is nie.


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Is daar oplossings vir ons probleme?  Hoe kom ons los hiervan?   Elke volk het die reg om oor hulself te regeer in gebiede wat hulle sin is, met volle onafhanklikheid.    Nie binne die sogenaamde reënboognasie wat nog nooit bestaan het nie.   Nie binne konfederasies of federasies waar ander volke meerderheid is oor ons nie.   Beide Swartes en Khoi san volkere het almal of Trustgebiede of CPA gebiede, apart van mekaar.   Ons as volk het geen seggenskap in hul gebiede nie.   Slegs met ons eie onafhanklike gebiede moet ons onsself dryf om dit te verkry – ander volke gaan nie tot ons redding kom nie.   En nog minder gaan ‘n oorlog wat intensief kan woed, ons laat oorleef – dit kan nadelig vir ons hele volk wees met nog minder wat onafhanklikheid kan verkry.   Ons moet onsself binne die huidige wetgewing self verdedig en ons het reg daartoe.  Daar is geen ander manier dat ons onder die huidige omstandighede, waar rassistiese wetgewing van toepassing is, asook misdaad, aanvalle en moorde toeneem, gaan wegkom – nes ons voorouers moet ons ons gebiede onafhanklik verkry.   Die ondersoeke van die 1994 Volkstaatraad het reeds gebiede uitgewys wat aan ons volk behoort en dit moet herstel word met volle onafhanklikheid – ander gebiede wat deel behoort te vorm, moet deel daarvan wees soos die Retief en Vryheid ooreenkomste.  Daar was ‘n mandaat vir hierdie 1994 ondersoek en hoef dit nie weer te gebeur nie.  Ons as volk moet dit werklikheid maak.  Intussen, prioritiseer u eie beveiliging en besigheidsnetwerke, steun volkseie besighede.

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Are there solutions to our problems? How do we get rid of this? Every people has the right to rule over itself in areas that belongs to them – with full independence. Not within the so-called rainbow nation that has never existed. Both Blacks and Khoi san peoples all have either Trust Areas or CPA Areas, separate from each other. Only with our own independent territories should we push ourselves to obtain it – other peoples or nations are not going to come to our rescue. And even less is a war that can rage intensely going to let us survive – we do have hundreds of thousands people that are living in poverty. We must defend ourselves within the current legislation and we have a right to do so. There is no other way we are going to get away with the current circumstances, where racist legislations applied, as well as crime, attacks and murders.    Like our ancestors we have to gain our territories independently. The investigations of the 1994 Volkstaatraad have already pointed out certain areas that belong to our people and that must be restored with full independence. There was a mandate for this investigation –  another mandate is not necessary, but we as people must take it forward. We as a people must make it real.   

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Various opinions regarding reasons of unemployment…
Verskeie opinies oor redes vir werkloosheid …

Immigrants and illegals are not included (on separate basis), but some of them are working on South African soil.    The South Africa’s unemployment rate plunged to the lowest in 11 years in the second quarter as one of the world’s strictest lockdowns in response to the coronavirus pandemic shuttered all but essential economic activity and prevented people who were fired from looking for jobs.  The jobless rate fell to 23.3% from 30.1% in the three months through March, Statistics South Africa said in a report released Tuesday in the capital, Pretoria. The median estimate of 10 economists in a Bloomberg survey was 34.9%. Unemployment according to the expanded defition rose to 42%.

The number of people who are officially unemployed fell by 2.8 million to 4.3 million, and the employed dropped by 2.2 million to 14.1 million, according to the report. The number of non-economically active people rose by 5.2 million to 20.6 million.

The number of people who are officially unemployed fell by 2.8 million to 4.3 million, according to the report. The number of non-economically active people rose by 5.2 million to 20.6 million.

The official jobless rate could increase in the third quarter as more companies cut staff and people who were not actively seeking jobs could start looking for work again.

Since June, leisure and entertainment group Sun International Ltd. has warned of 2,300 layoffs and industrials group Bidvest Ltd. said 1,200 jobs could be affected by the sale of its car-rental unit. Industrial group Barloworld Ltd. has warned of retrenchments that could affect 3,750 workers and mobile operator Cell C Ltd. expects to close 128 retail stores around the country, putting 546 positions at risk.

https://www.iol.co.za/business-report/economy/unemployment-rate-drops-as-lockdown-prevents-job-search-44eee17d-8a9c-4a09-afe2-866851572ff5

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The position in January 2020.

The South African Government and their colleagues discriminated since 1994 against the minority White communities and their businesses with Black Economic Empowerment legislations, that force unskilled and incompetent people onto the labour mark on all levels of government and private sector, this situation will be ongoing and not stop at all.   Even the levels One to Two Governments – included Hospitals and Municipal services.

Did you know?

  • Only 42% of adult South Africans work (compared to 61% for middle-income countries, on average)
  • Between 2008 and 2019, the number of people who are looking for a job but can’t find one rose from 6.5 million to 10.3 million.
  • About 1700 South Africans join the labour market every day (fewer than 500 of them find work).
  • The population of young adults (younger than 34) increase by 2.2 million between 2008 and 2019, yet the number of employed fell by 500 000

Clement Manyathela interviewed Ann Bernstein, founder of the Centre for Development and Enterprise.

… 10.3 million and rising! It’s a catastrophic situation. All the job summits, presidential summits, projects and Nedlac debates have not worked… it’s terrible!

Ann Bernstein, founder – Centre for Development and Enterprise

The current approach to jobs is not working… a totally new approach is long overdue. We have the deepest unemployment crisis in the world!

Ann Bernstein, founder – Centre for Development and Enterprise

Government has failed to address its underlying causes: slow economic growth and labour market policies that discourage employers from hiring unskilled workers… even with faster economic growth, we must make changes to the labour market…

http://www.capetalk.co.za/articles/373398/report-south-africa-now-has-the-worst-unemployment-crisis-in-the-world

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It was stated that 10.3 million South Africans are actively looking for a job but can’t find one, according to a new report.    The number of people who are actively looking for work without success in South Africa (more than 10.3 million) is staggering, despite incessant commitments to address the ever-deepening crisis.   And the blame game is still ongoing, if it is not the “so-called apartheid’s fault” it is now the “covid-19 fault”.

JANUARY 2020 REPORT –  the report, Ten Million and Rising, CDE argues that the crisis of unemployment, which it describes as the deepest in the world, has worsened because government has failed to address its underlying causes: slow economic growth and labour market policies that discourage employers from hiring unskilled workers.

“Avoiding essential reforms,” argues Bernstein, “while focussing attention on ad hoc projects or special initiatives is not the answer.” Instead, the focus should be on “SA’s key task: designing, implementing and successfully managing a policy reform process.”

Only 42% of adult South Africans work, down from 46% in 2008. Across all upper middle-income countries (including SA) an average of 61% of adults are productively employed. Of the potential workforce over 38,5% is unemployed.

And the problem has been getting worse.

Between 2008 and 2019 the number of people who want work but cannot find it or have given up looking, rose from 6,5 million to 10,3 million. Every day some 1700 adults join the labour market and fewer than 500 of them find work. The situation for young people (aged 15-34) is even worse. Between 2008 and 2019 the population of young people increased by 2,2 million but the number employed fell by more than 500 000.

Bernstein, “This is largely because governance has been so poor. Before 1994, apartheid was to blame; after 2008, state capture, increased antagonism towards business and widespread corruption precipitated a near-fatal collapse of governance.”

Three other factors are especially important: SA’s multi-generational failure to educate its workforce, the spatial legacy of apartheid which imprisoned many in poverty traps and retarded urban growth, and many bad policy choices in the last two decades.

”If we are to have any chance of turning this crisis around,” Bernstein said, “we will have to get the economy growing more quickly.” To do this, she said, we need a range of difficult but essential reforms.

Ten million and rising: What it would take to address South Africa’s jobs bloodbath

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2018 REPORT

There are 37.8 million working age adults in SA today. Of these, 11.9 million people mostly students and school pupils are not economically active. Of the remaining 25.9 million, 9.6 million 37% cannot find work. That’s almost two adults in every five.

Put another way, only about 43% of SA’s adults work. In most countries, the figure is 60% or more.

And matters have grown worse over time: between 2008 and 2018, the number of working age adults increased by 6.3 million but of these only 1.9 million 30% found work, while 3.2 million over 50% joined the unemployment queues. That’s an increase of almost 900 unemployed people in the population every single day for more than 10 years.

Matters are even worse for young people, for whom the unemployment rate is 50%, and there are 400,000 fewer people in employment in 2018 than there were in 2008 despite the number of young people having increased by 2 million in that period.

The 9.6 million unemployed mean that there are more people looking for work in SA than there are people living in seven out of nine provinces, and, if you wanted to reduce the unemployed by half, you would need to create industries that employ 11 times more people than are currently working in the entire mining sector.

The implications of all of this are devastating. SA’s mass unemployment is the key cause of poverty and inequality, contributing immeasurably to social dysfunction and political instability. Worst of all, unemployment is a terrible waste of human potential and an assault on human dignity.

Jobs crisis needs new approach

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TYDENS EN NA BEPERKING – VIRUS

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Gelofteland skryf ..

Suid-Afrika stel vandeesweek ‘n wêreldrekord op met sy werkloosheid-statistiek. Volgens Bloomberg het werkloosheid in die tweede kwartaal tot ‘n rekord van 34,8% gestyg wat die hoogste uit 83 lande is. En hierdie statistiek sluit nie die miljoene werklose onwettige immigrante in nie.

Suid-Afrika het reeds vóór die virus-kabaal ‘n werkloosheidskrisis gehad. Die werkloosheidskoers was minstens twee dekades lank heelwat hoër as 20%. Ontleders maak onder andere melding van ‘n onderwysstelsel wat nie voldoende hulp en streng arbeidswetgewing bied met aanstellings en afdankings nie; hierdie is egter net een van die talle departemente wat onder die onvermoë van die owerheid ly.

Cyril Ramaphosa het belowe om die ekonomiese groei teen 2023 tot 5% te verhoog en om werksgeleenthede te prioritiseer toe hy hom drie jaar gelede beywer het om leier van die regerende party te word. Sedert hy president geword het, was hy gasheer vir ‘n beraad vir werksgeleenthede wat daarop gemik was om jaarliks 275 000 poste te skep en ‘n program van stapel te stuur om werksgeleenthede vir jongmense te skep.

lees meer:

https://gelofteland.org/index.php/suid-afrika/7463-hier-kom-n-aarskuddende-rit?fbclid=IwAR1Rj9yswJk11AgH3K_Gy2j47H64S-YyXJd_ZFEKArNazJb1JVo-j-0ahFY

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Voordat daar beperkings gekom het vir die virus, was daar reeds ‘n groot persentasie werkloosheid en het die status van die ekonomie ook verswak tot rommelstatus.

Besighede is letterlik tot op die grond afgebreek en nog meer werkloosheid teweeggebring.   Aanvanklik sou daar net ‘n paar weke beperking gewees het, maar die regering het in hul wysheid besluit om dit geslote te hou, sodat besighede tot niet moet gaan.

Daar hoef nie ‘n algehele beperking te gewees het nie, aangesien geen ander virus al ooit beperkings tot gevolg gehad het nie.  Daar is selfs ander lande wat ook nie beperkings toegepas het vir besighede nie, wat nie hul ekonomieë laat sink het nie.

Redes is dus duidelik.  Rommelstatus, swart bemagtiging en al die korrupsie is die grootste aandeel in die land se toestand, nie as gevolg van die virus nie.  Die blaam word nou voor die virus se deur gelê.   Immigrante word ook nie genoem nie, maar daar werk heelwat in die land en ander werk nie, maar ontvang Sassa inkomstes.

Sassa beteken letterlik AFHANKLIKHEID van die kommunistiese regering omdat daar geen werksgeleenthede is.   Chinese of Brics lande is uitgenooi om ook hier te kom werk in Suid-Afrika, terwyl daar nie werk is nie.   Die 40-50 miljoen immigrante verg ‘n verdere uitgawe van die belastingbetaler, want hulle dring aan op gratis dienste, huise, mediese sorg, skole en ander humanitêre hulp en bystand.   Hoe meer afhanklik van kommunistiese regering, hoe groter is die mag en beheer.

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In the year 2008 the South African High Court in Pretoria ruled that the South African Chinese community were “black” in terms of Employment Equity and Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment.  This was the result of an eight-year battle launched by the Chinese Association of South Africa to clarify their status in terms of affirmative action and empowerment legislation.

Chinese under B-BBEE legislation

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The Government launched a Youth Employment Portal in March to tackle the massive Youth Unemployment epidemic in South Africa.   This included the unemployed of the BRICS countries – no whites.   Black racism.

Swart rassisme : Jeug / Racism

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Cultural Marxism, the Frankfurt school 11 point plan to destroy society, the kalergi plan, the protocols of zion, communism, feminism, LGBT agenda, miscegenation, a racial program for the 20th century etc, etc. All are Jewish constructs and can only be described as evil.   Read about the Frankfurt school 11 point plan to destroy society created by a group of Jewish intellectuals in the 1930’s and out of which was born cultural Marxism

Communism:   Bolshevisme – Kalergi

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Na 1994 het alle rewolusionêre bedrywighede intensief toegeneem.  Niks hieraan is of was al ooit demokraties nie, ‘n klugspul en vals vlag was voorgehou as die werklikheid.  Verskeie partye het radikaal “weggebreek van ANC” juis om nog meer radikalisme te preek.  Meer misdaad beteken meer inkomste op alle vlakke van regering.  Bolsjevisme.  Dit was wat ons op ons grense beveg het, wat in totaliteit na 1994 toegeneem het om ons almal uit te wis.

Since 1994, people and specific the outside world, think there are no segregation in South Africa. Mandela and De Klerk created this idea of a “super rainbow nation”. There is no rainbow nation here – it is a FALSE FLAG created by the communists and ended up into a failed country.

Communism – Bolshevism – Revolution

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It is not too much to say that the Russian Revolution made South African Marxism possible. There were Marxists in South Africa before the Russian Revolution, and Marxist organizations. But there was nothing that could have been recognized as specifically South African Marxism.   By the time of the revolution, there was a Marxist organization with a national presence, called the International Socialist League (ISL). It had structures in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. It had emerged from a split from the South African Labour Party (SALP) in 1915, motivated by the SALP’s support of Britain in World War I.

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Daar was op die stadium van Malan reeds aparte gebiede, nes daar vandag steeds aparte gebiede bestaan – CPA’s sowel as Trustgebiede is almal, elkeen in aparte kommunale gebiede ingedeel.   Reservate en Kroongebiede.   Uniewording was daar ook aparte gebiede, nes voor die Anglo Boere oorloë.   Wie moes hul vryheid inboed en afstand doen van hul onafhanklike gebiede?

Die vraag is hoekom, word daar vir almal vertel apartheid is afgebreek, terwyl dit nie so is nie, daar was eenvoudig nuwe wetgewing geskryf wat die oues vervang het.   Met 8840 tradisionele bruin en swart etniese leiers – op hul eie, word uit belastings vergoed.     Beide Trustgebiede sowel as CPA grondeise, het almal ‘n bordjie om die nek, dis net vir Zoeloe, Khoisan, Pedi of Xhosa.  Dit gaan oor die massas se steun vir die nuwe ideologie,  liberalistiese kommunisme en vir “die sogenaamde apartheid” w.at kwansuis aan skerwe lê –  “oop grense”  – een “magtige reënboognasie”.

Liberalisme and Marxism in SA : #bolshevism

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