The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has praised South Africa’s decision to set job creation targets.
However, ILO is concerned that the country remains internationally uncompetitive, particularly against the Asian countries against which it competes with in terms of labour.
ILO South African director, Vic van Vuuren, says that amendments to SA’s labour legislation are taking too long to be finalised. Van Vuuren further states that the country’s labour laws do not require overhauls but rather that business and the government focus more directly on job creation.
To read the article titled, “SA still not doing enough to create jobs — ILO,” click here.