South African Unemployment

Kenneth Walker reports from Johannesburg on the South African government's efforts to improve the economy since the end of apartheid in 1994. There has been a small improvement, but for the past five years unemployment climbed up to 40%, and approximately half a million jobs have been lost since the ANC came in to power.

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