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Interrogating the claims of Amazon developer James Tannenberger

Mail Guardian South Africa 26 Feb 2024
Dozens of throughout the world have shown that big-box wholesale stores such Walmart (US) and Makro (South Africa), as well as online shopping giants such as Amazon and Shein, are net job destroyers.
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‘HE WENT CRAZY:’ OnlyFans star who sells her bath water online sent packing by daddy over job

Canoe 23 Feb 2024
... sent packing by daddy over job Back to video ... Belle’s father, who still lives in her native South Africa, was the only member of her family who didn’t know about her job making adult content online.
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‘HE WENT CRAZY:’ OnlyFans star who sells her bath water online sent packing by daddy ...

Toronto Sun 22 Feb 2024
Activate your Online Access Now ... Belle’s father, who still lives in her native South Africa, was the only member of her family who didn’t know about her job making adult content online.
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Avoiding job scams and finding a job you love

Independent online (SA) 13 Feb 2024
While the online job market offers unprecedented access to opportunities, including short-term side gigs and remote work, it also opens up avenues for cybercriminals to exploit eager job seekers.
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Inside the scamming networks kidnapping and enslaving victims in east Asia

ITV 12 Feb 2024
UK banks are also warning of huge increases in online scams ... Graduates from Europe, Africa and Asia are applying for jobs online that they believe are legitimate ... They often have online interviews and are then offered the job abroad.
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Report: Few Unemployed Youths Benefit from Govt’s Safety Nets

This Day 11 Sep 2023
In its 2022 recent report, West Africa’s online job platform, Jobberman further reckoned that limited coverage and weak targeting of social interventions, amongst others may have denied a larger percentage of youths due access.
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‘Less Than 1% Unemployed Youths Benefits from Govt’s  Safety’  

This Day 09 Sep 2023
In its 2022 recent report, West Africa’s online job platform, Jobberman further reckoned that limited coverage and weak targeting of social interventions, amongst others may have denied a larger percentage of youths due access. .
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Data Science Platform Market size is set to grow by USD 249,147.71 million from 2023 ...

Victoria Advocate 20 Jun 2023
This report extensively covers online data science training programs market segmentation by type (certification courses and professional degree courses) and geography (North America, APAC, Europe, South America, and Middle East and Africa).
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Vodacom’s contribution to Youth Month and economic emancipation

Mail Guardian South Africa 16 Jun 2023
Young people in South Africa also have an opportunity to apply for jobs through zero-rated job sites including Careers24, CareerJunction; JobMail, to name a few ... Youth in South Africa also have an ...
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‘Only entrepreneurship can save the youth of South Africa’ from rising unemployment

Mail Guardian South Africa 12 Jun 2023
The latest data from Statistics South Africa showed that youth unemployment rose by 1.1% while nearly a quarter of a million young people lost their jobs in the first three months of 2023.
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These are the most sought-after jobs in each province

Independent online (SA) 03 Jun 2023
This is according to the most recent CareerJunction “Employment Insights“ report, which provides an examination of supply and demand patterns in the online job market to reflect labour trends in South Africa.
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The Nigerians lured into a trap and blackmailed for being gay

Joy Online 15 May 2023
BBC Africa Eye investigates how blackmailers pose as potential dates on popular dating apps, only to extort, beat and even kidnap people ... Many of the people BBC Africa Eye interviewed had lost their jobs since the blackmail videos went online.
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Here are the most in-demand jobs in each province

Independent online (SA) 26 Apr 2023
This is according to the most recent CareerJunction “Employment Insights“ report, which provides an examination of supply and demand patterns in the online job market to reflect labour trends in South Africa.

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In this photo provided by the International Organization for Migration, an injured person is carried on a stretcher to seek medical assistance after a landslide in Yambali village, Papua New Guinea, Friday, May 24, 2024. More than 100 people are believed to have been killed in the landslide that buried a village and an emergency response is underway, officials in the South Pacific island nation said. The landslide struck Enga province, about 600 kilometers (370 miles) northwest of the capital, Port Moresby, at roughly 3 a.m., Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. (Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP)
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