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Day: April 14, 2022

The long-term implications of skilled labour emigration for South Africa

South Africa has experienced rising numbers of skilled workers emigrating, losing more skilled workers than it receives. Unlike skilled immigrants, emigrants tend to be highly skilled, South African-trained, driven by non-monetary factors, and less likely to return. Skilled emigration threatens to undermine efforts to close the country’s chronic skills gap and have far-reaching implications for …

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DHET Minister releases technical report on critical skills

The Critical Skills List technical report provides details of all the processes undertaken in the development of the Critical Skills List and the actual list gazetted by Home Affairs Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi last month. Read the full article here.

Run Your Business with Ease: 3 Steps to Cope with Financial Anxiety  

Barry Au, director and audit specialist Wisteria Accountants  Up to one in 20 people suffer from generalised anxiety disorder. Amidst economic uncertainty and inflation, more and more business owners are suffering from financial anxiety.  The pressures to stay afloat and drive businesses forward is high, and that’s causing financial-related stress. To celebrate Stress Awareness Month …

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