SA's labour market policies do not seek to solve the problems of what should be its primary constituency; the millions of people without jobs desperately lining up for meagre state support at the hands of an economy deaf to their plight.

The unemployment rate sits at nearly 35% and poverty levels remain unacceptably high.  ..

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