Warning over jobs bloodbath in one of South Africa’s automotive sector

GUEST - Renai Moothilal, CEO of National Association of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers [NAACAM]

South Africa’s shift towards helping manufacturers participate in the global move to electric vehicles (EVs) is a double-edged sword, threatening over 100,000 jobs in the country if policymakers don’t tread lightly.
6 Dec 2023 3PM English South Africa Business News · Investing

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