South Africa Bans ‘Non-Black Africans’ from Employment

South Africa’s ruling government, the African National Congress (ANC), has drafted amendments to its recently-passed Employment Equity Act that labor experts and opposition parties say will ban “non-black Africans” from employment across most of the economy.

Under the ANC’s affirmative action and black economic empowerment (BEE) policies, instituted after it took power in 1994, companies are only permitted to employ a few white people, with management positions primarily reserved for black citizens.

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Many white professionals continue to emigrate for employment, with millions now residing in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

The current regime’s latest apartheid legislation will force many white South Africans to leave the country.

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Now new government rules will make it nearly impossible for business owners to hire whites or Indians in specific business sectors and provinces of the country.

The regulations set out racial employment quotas across 18 economic sectors and all nine provinces, affecting every part of the South African economy.

The regulations apply to all companies with more than 50 employees. They signal a new low for the ANC government, constituting a naked attempt to expand State control over the economy, deepen social divisions, and ban specific communities from employment in particular sectors and parts of the country.


The quotas are primarily targeted at the groups defined by the regulations as “colored males,” “colored females,” “Indian males,” and “Indian females.”

People from these communities suffered discrimination under the previous regime. The democratic government has learned all the wrong lessons from the past.

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“The social perversion created by these targets constitutes a clear and urgent threat to the social fabric of South Africa. The implication is that companies operating in certain parts of the country are banned from employing even a single coloured or Indian person in a particular position. If companies defy these regulations, they will be severely punished by being disqualified from government contracts or doing business with the state.” – John Steenhuisen MP.

According to the Epoch Times, over one million South Africans have migrated in the past seven years.

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