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Employment in South Africa has increased, with 42,000 jobs created during the first three months of the year. The uptick marks a 0.4% rise when compared to the previous quarter, which is mainly due to an increase in jobs in community services as well as the mining and manufacturing sectors.

Business Day TV unpacks the print with FNB economist Koketso Mano.

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