SOCIO ECONOMIC ISSUES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Caley Anne Jorda
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socio economic issues n south africa

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SOCIO ECONOMIC ISSUES IN SOUTH AFRICA
  1. WHAT IS A SOCIO ECONOMIC ISSUE? are concerns regarding the factors that can inflence or impact an individual or familys social standing and economic status
    1. UNEMPLOYMENT 25.2% of south africans are unemplyed , unemployment is a major isue in soth africa and the statistics keep dropping , this is resulting in a 1/4 of south africans not providing them and their families with basic needs.
      1. HEALTH CARE ( PUBLIC) little to no attention to public health care resulting in death
        1. AIDS between 42%-47% of all deaths in south africa were due to aids
        2. DIVIDED south africa is stil a divided country , apartheid still exists in our everyday lives
          1. "LOADSHEDDING " Amost everyone in south africa has experienced loadshedding and increasing rtes on electicity , this affects us at school , work and personal lives
            1. LACK OF SKILLS IN WORKERS
              1. POVERTY 20.2% of south africans are living in "extereme poverty "
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