Globally, South Africa has one of the highest unemployment rates at 26%, a figure that has steadily increased over much of the last decade. Among young people, things are worse. One in three aged 15 to 24 are either unemployed, studying or in any kind of training, according to StatsSA. Reasons include a public education system with high drop-out rates, slow economic growth and BEE schemes that have benefitted only a few, as well as the legacy of apartheid. To read more, click here.