Unemployed white South Africans blocked from registering on government jobs website

Lord Farquart

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Hey, I have a British passport. I turn red in the sun, so deffos white. But I couldn't care less about the President's initiative, because I don't feel at all excluded from the economy. Weird hey?

It's almost as if you need the state's benevolence to survive. You must be a socialist.
Therein lies the problem. You dont feel. But that does not make it true. This article proves your feel is wrong. No use arguing your feelings.
 

Shaun108

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Yeah, from now on I'm coloured.
Get yourself a few teeth less like Ninja'd, and carry a large knife. Shave your head to keep up with appearances as well. Nobody will know you're pretending.
 

Craig

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It is not racism from my side. If the ANC exclude white people from the economy it will make me a racist to try and help unemployed white people by employing them and offer them the opportunity to feed themselves?

The fact of the matter is, an unemployed white person should be afforded the opportunity to generate a living by applying for jobs. When oppressed as a minority by a black government, by being excluded from the economy, the right thing for white people to do is to look after their own people then. Small white owned businesses and one-man owned businesses should make them a priority to assist where they are being oppressed.
While I agree with redress, I also think it's wrong to exclude people that are jobless just because of their skin colour. Instead of doing exactly the same thng, report them to the HRC, go to twitter, the media, wherever. I don't really have a solution. But there should be a better one that stooping down to their level, it's makes you no better then them.

No man, take the high road. Be the better man? That the recommended approach?
So now all of a sudden racism exist for you again?


I had a Government position under contract once.
Worked there for 2 years.

Then they decided to make it a permanent position.
I had to apply for my own job. A job I've been doing for 2 years.
Worst part?
I wasn't even called for an interview.

Guess who got the job?
Anecdotal. I can also tell many stories of whites being favoured. Neither is right. In the above case you have been doing the job in any way, you should not have been sidelined.
 

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I don't really see a problem with this, to be honest. It's a very specific initiative aimed at assisting companies to meet their BEE targets while providing employment opportunities to young black South Africans.
The YES Initiative enables any organisation, EME, QSE or Generic to enhance its B-BBEE Level by 1 or 2 levels by providing jobs for young black people under the YES Initiative
 

Mephisto_Helix

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A few more years and all they're left with is white guilt foreigners and ostriches to tax ..... good luck with that
 

TelkomUseless

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24 years later and still BEE/AA/etc. But our tax money and good enough.


This is just sad in so may ways. But like we said.. ANC is out of their league running a country..they will always be the liberation party , looking back scaring their voters with the white devil boogey man to keep ANC in the seats.

And meantime ANC is giving the country to the Guptas to run :ROFL::ROFL::ROFL:
 

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While I agree with redress, I also think it's wrong to exclude people that are jobless just because of their skin colour. Instead of doing exactly the same thng, report them to the HRC, go to twitter, the media, wherever. I don't really have a solution. But there should be a better one that stooping down to their level, it's makes you no better then them.
No, reporting will lead to them removing the block on the website and then declining all white applications.

Best is to go out and rather employ a white person and try to help where possible. This is unacceptable and shows the true colours of the ANC.
 

Moosedrool

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Ugh they're just being honest.

What about all the other companies who doesn't employ based on skin colour but sugar coats it with: "Equity, previously disadvantaged, etc..."?
 

Visser

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I don't really see a problem with this, to be honest. It's a very specific initiative aimed at assisting companies to meet their BEE targets while providing employment opportunities to young black South Africans.
Hence the reason more white owned small businesses, startups and one-man owned initiatives should rather focus on helping white people as a priority, while government focuses on bigger businesses and other colours. Turning a bling eye on struggling white people is not right, whether the government sees it so or not.
 

vigras rojara

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Therein lies the problem. You dont feel. But that does not make it true. This article proves your feel is wrong. No use arguing your feelings.
Damn dude. I'm white, and I run a company that does OK. Not a Bentley driver but I get by. My company is a level two BEE contributor because I pay for a few kids to go to good schools via a trust that I donated shares to.

It's not about feelings. I feel good about uplifting people's lives, and giving them opportunities they wouldn't have had otherwise.

And it gives me additional clients. Win win.
 

EADC

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I don't really see a problem with this, to be honest. It's a very specific initiative aimed at assisting companies to meet their BEE targets while providing employment opportunities to young black South Africans.
I can't agree with that unemployed is unemployed and should not be based on race.
 

konfab

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I don't really see a problem with this, to be honest. It's a very specific initiative aimed at assisting companies to meet their BEE targets while providing employment opportunities to young black South Africans.
Good to know that government sponsored racism isn't a problem for you.
 

konfab

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Damn dude. I'm white, and I run a company that does OK. Not a Bentley driver but I get by. My company is a level two BEE contributor because I pay for a few kids to go to good schools via a trust that I donated shares to.

It's not about feelings. I feel good about uplifting people's lives, and giving them opportunities they wouldn't have had otherwise.

And it gives me additional clients. Win win.
Do you think a white person in abject poverty should be excluded from government employment programs? That is exactly what this is.
 

Visser

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Where does one see the companies supporting this racist initiative?
 

smkungfu

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I am white and I don't seem to have been excluded from the economy. Weird hey.
Hey, I have a British passport. I turn red in the sun, so deffos white. But I couldn't care less about the President's initiative, because I don't feel at all excluded from the economy. Weird hey?

It's almost as if you need the state's benevolence to survive. You must be a socialist.
It shouldn't bother you because you have a "British passport". As soon as the sh*t hits the fan, you the first one running back to the Queen. Vloek vinger jou po*s!
 
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