President Cyril Ramaphosa throughout a visit to examine Mpumalanga’s Covid-19 response.
Ramaphosa, who is also the African Union chairperson, told the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) Worldwide Top on Covid-19 and the World of Work on Wednesday that the world was collectively charged with reconstructing shattered lives and economies. SA threats losing 7 million jobs reaching over 50%unemployment, Treasury’s grim worst-case situation
He stated it had been simply over a year considering that the adoption of the centenary declaration for the future of work, which served as a roadmap for countries as they explored the challenges and chances of the ever-changing world of work.
” It has added motivation to the world’s goal of making offices more agile, adaptable and agile,” stated Ramaphosa.