Taking Power in the Economy: Gains and Directions
Economic justice is now at the top of the South African transformation agenda. How to go about realising it effectively and spreading benefits to the majority, is the key national debate of today.
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Entering a rapidly changing world
The crisis in schooling
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2003 examination dataset African schools aggregate amongst apartheid areas average Black Economic Empowerment calculations from 1995 capital Census cent of GDP changes Coloured Drop-outs Eastern Cape economic growth employers employment equity employment growth endorsement exchange rate exports February 2002 LFS female FET college Figure Gauteng gender Gini coefficient Grade HIV/AIDS Hlabisa households impact improved income income quintile increased Indian/Asian inflows informal sector institutions investment Johannesburg Securities Exchange KwaZulu-Natal labour force labour market learners levels Limpopo mathematics maths matric matriculants million Mpumalanga National Ndwandwe Northern Cape ownership pass rate Percentage performance poor poorest population group population-group poverty and inequality Poverty gap ratio poverty line production programmes provinces quintile rural Scorecard shift social Source South Africa Statistics Statistics South Africa Table target Technikon Total trade trends unemployed Unemployment rate University unskilled urban wage youth Zibambele