White males still SA's top managers‚ despite push for employment equity across race and gender

25 April 2016 - 14:06 By Roxanne Henderson

White South African men are still running the show in the workplace‚ with the group holding onto their top management positions.The Commission for Employment Equity (CEE) launched its annual report in Pretoria on Monday.CEE chairperson Commissioner Tabea Kabinde said that white males have the most opportunities for skills development and are promoted at higher rates than other groups.

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