Even the non-Whites want to flee? – More than half of South Africa’s skilled graduates want to leave the country: survey – My Comments

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2005: UN: Africa needs $1-billion a year for Aids orphans
AIDS was killing so many Blacks that one in ten children were orphaned. Of course Whites are expected to bail them out and to keep these ungrateful worthless people alive.

[There is no mention here of race so this has to include lots of non-Whites. This is just like the rest of Africa where half of the youth want to flee Africa! If only we Whites could seize most of it. This continent is so insanely rich and so easy to survive in. Let the non-Whites leave. I dream of a White Africa. Jan]

About half of South Africa’s top earners and university graduates are considering emigration as citizens lose faith in the country’s future, the Social Research Foundation said, citing a survey it conducted.

Out of 3,204 registered voters the Johannesburg-based research group surveyed in July, 53% of university graduates and 43% of those who earned more than R20,000 ($1,138) a month may leave the country, according to the findings. Overall, 23% of those surveyed said they may look to live in another country.

Confidence in South Africa’s future has fallen after more than a decade when average economic growth failed to match the increase in population, meaning the country’s citizens have been getting poorer. The country has been wracked by corruption scandals in recent years and regular power outages since 2014. More than 350 people died in a spate of looting and arson in July 2021.

The number of those considering emigration “rises with social and economic status,” the SRF said in a statement accompanying the survey results on Thursday.

“People between the ages of 25 and 40 are the most likely age groups to be considering emigration,” according to the foundation. “The data is consistent with the foundation’s past findings on confidence in South Africa’s future.”

If an increasing number of South Africa’s richest people leave the country, the number of those paying tax, which supports welfare payments to almost a third of South Africans and other government services, will plunge, the SRF said.

“South Africa is vulnerable to surrendering near half of its top skills base and income earners, and by extension much of its remaining tax base,” the SRF said.

The survey had a margin of error of plus or minus 1.7 percentage points.

Source: https://businesstech.co.za/news/lifestyle/625954/more-than-half-of-south-africas-skilled-graduates-want-to-leave-the-country-survey/?utm_source=newsletter

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2002: Why Black People struggle
This is an article I wrote in 2002, which was published on an American website called Etherzone. In this article I‘m diplomatic and I‘ve written it for Liberal Americans.

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