The presidency says more than 400,000 job opportunities have already been supported through President Cyril Ramaphosa's ambitious R100m employment stimulus plan.

The employment stimulus formed part of Ramaphosa's economic recovery plan, which aims is to create 800,000 part-time job opportunities in the current financial year. In addition to building on public employment programmes such as roads construction and municipal cleaning, new innovations have been added such as school teaching assistants, early childhood education workers and other employment opportunities for the youth...

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