Monday, June 22, 2009

the growing unemployment situation in South Africa



Unless a solution to the growing unemployment situation in South Africa can be found, we may need to rethink our border control policies.

Perhaps temporary work camps can be arranged where unemployed emigrants perform jobs that will benefit South Africa while they receive shelter and food in exchange.

Immigrants should only be allowed beyond the work camps if they have a legal address and/or secure job to go to.
Immigrants should never cause further unemployment in any African country.

Perhaps some bright mind can think about ways of employing immigrants in a way that would have a positive spin-off for our own unemployed.

Read a previous post (http://grannypolitics.iblog.co.za/2009/06/22/51/)

Photograph: Newspaper clipping from the Cape Argus

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