Cause Index

2 Million South Africans NPC

In the modern world characterised by globalisation, the unemployment problem has become an international problem. It is endemic in both developed and developing countries. But for developing countries, this problem brings more challenges (like increased poverty) and complications (like political and social instability).
South Africa's exceptionally high unemployment rates, both in the past and now, can be attributed to the combination of various causes. Some of these variables were outside the control of the government, while others were closely linked to apartheid policies. The country's dismal economic performance, which can be traced back to a variety of structural problems, has been the most significant reason. In addition to structural constraints, labour market regulations, factor pricing distortion, and demographic transitions all have a significant impact on unemployment.
2 Million SA aims to help the most economically vulnerable individuals by working with institutions and individuals to help this cause.