WATCH: Can government’s social security fund work?
Alishia Seckam spoke to Gibs professor Adrian Saville about the viability of such a national security fund
The department of social development has published a green paper on comprehensive social security and retirement reform that proposes that employers and employees pay up to 12% of their earnings into a state-run national social security fund.
Alishia Seckam spoke to Gordon Institute of Business Science professor Adrian Saville about the viability of such a fund.
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