Economic failure fuels SA emigration

Preece, Howard
November 2001
Finance Week;11/2/2001, p43
Focuses on the effect of economic failure in the emigration in South Africa. Discussion on brain drain; Need for examination on the causes and effects of emigration; Shortages in the skills in South Africa.


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