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Here's why the Western Cape outpaces the rest of the country in job creation; Executive pay: Tesla is again seeking to award boss Elon Musk the biggest pay deal

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A Labour Market Intelligence study shows the Western Cape consistently exceeds national job demand, crucial for South Africa's growth. Despite Covid-19 challenges, the province's job market, especially in finance, construction, and agriculture, rebounds. Also, the study notes widespread education-job mismatches nationwide, with over half of workers over/underqualified. Prof Hardus van Zyl details how the province was able to be this successful.


Andrew Woodburn, managing director at Amrop WoodburnMann discuss Tesla’s historic $56 billion pay package for CEO Elon Musk, the largest in corporate American history, subject to shareholder approval. Despite a previous rejection by a US judge, the company seeks to revisit the record-breaking deal set in 2018. In an interview with Bruce, they explore the implications and controversies surrounding this extraordinary compensation proposal.

As the financial landscape in South Africa evolves, hedge funds emerge as both a beacon of opportunity and a subject of scrutiny. Delve into the intricacies of this investment vehicle, examining its role in the market, regulatory challenges, and the potential for growth amidst economic shifts.

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