Skip to comments.Whites still dominate South African management
Posted on 04/23/2013 7:23:19 PM PDT by MinorityRepublican
Whites still dominate South Africa's top management positions, a report by the Employment Equity Commission revealed.
The 13th edition of the report shows whites constituted 72.6 percent of top management positions in the country last year, down from 81.5 percent in 2002.
The report reflects the public and private sectors.
Blacks occupied 12.3 percent of top management positions in 2012, compared to 10 percent in 2002.
Commission chairman Dr Loyiso Mzisi Mbabane handed the report to Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant at a Transformation Indaba in Boksburg, on the East Rand.
Coloureds occupied 4.6 percent of top management positions in 2012, compared to 3.4 percent in 2002; and Indians 7.3 percent, from five percent.
The number of foreigners in top management positions in 2012 was 3.1 percent, compared to zero in 2002. However, this was because the labour department started collecting this data only in 2006.
Mbabane expressed disappointment at the levels of transformation.
"It is unacceptable. This is not what you would expect, especially because we have a law," he said.
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Remember - it is only racism is whitey does it...
According to the liberals a person can only be a racist if he is a member of a superior race.
Mull that one over.
So, whites and Indians are keeping South Africa afloat and Mbabane is upset. How special. Maybe the racist Mbabane can go cannibal and eat them to feel better.
Perhaps he can order the seas to calm and the profits to rise. Unintentional humor ill-becomes the tyrant, doesn't it?
I used to think that books like Evelyn Waugh's Scoop, Black Mischief, and Put Out More Flags were exaggerated. If Mr. Mbabane and his "law" have their way, it looks like ol' South Africa is in for 70 years of bad weather.
Obviously, social justice is the only answer (re: Zimbabwe success story).
And that is the whole point.
Sometimes disparities are simply that society cannot force people to like or do certain things.
They’re still hand-wringing that there aren’t enough women engineers. As a woman engineer I’m not surprised. Women don’t generally cotton to this kind of thing. I’ve always seen myself more of a man’s woman. I like boy things, always have. But most don’t. Thus fewer women in engineering.
Get over these hang-ups.
Well, run the whites out and that will work. Go the Zimbabwe way: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/7022653.stm
Two words — plausible deniability. Two more — fall guy.
Yup. Look at all of the black rule success stories...
It’s because white people are, on average based on their higher average IQ, more suitable for managerial positions than black people.
“Whites still dominate South Africa’s top management positions, a report by the Employment Equity Commission revealed.”
So? Why would it be otherwise?
Time for some Affirmative Action. Put the final nail in SAs coffin. African American Pols and Libs should be so proud.
South Africa is already on the genocide watch list.
well crap they’re the smartest ones down there, you put all that stuff in the hands of people that haven’t managed anything ever, and it just gets pissed away or decays. that’s what’s been going on ever since mandela got released and the socialist anc took over.
” Whites still dominate South Africa’s top management”
OK - so now we know why SA isn’t quite Zimbabwe yet.
The pathetic thing is that it’s the association powers and the school professors that are all uptight about this, and they are mostly men, again. I hardly hear any gripe from feminazis about engineers and science, not in any organized effort. Seems like every year some issue of the magazines is devoted to “raising levels of women”. I say let it be.
Because the Whites are, with few exceptions, the only folks who can get things done.
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