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Evaluation of employment creation by African immigrant entrepreneurs for unemployed South Africans in Cape Town.

<p>There has been a lot of comment and reaction to the presence of immigrants in South Africa, and most of it has been very negative. In light of the negative reaction, one can ask whether immigrants do in fact add any value to the well being of the host countries, given their education, experience and high involvement in small businesses. Several studies have noted that the relatively highr level of education and skills of migrants is at the same level as those of the host populations. This research is aimed at contributing to the debate of the perception that immigrants are taking up jobs that are supposed to belong to South Africans.</p>
Date January 2007
CreatorsKalitanyi, Vivence.
Source SetsSouth African National ETD Portal
Detected LanguageEnglish
TypeThesis and dissertation
RightsCopyright: University of the Western Cape

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