05 October 2018
In his closing address at the Jobs Summit, President Cyril Ramaphosa hit back at critics saying those who said it was just another talk-shop should “eat their words”.
Through the process of engaging and working with different stakeholders they have been able to come up with ideas to tackle unemployment and all that is left implementation, he said.
Friday saw the closure of the two-day summit which was held at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand. Government, business, labour and community organisations had convened to devise a coordinated framework to tackle unemployment in the country.
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