DAILYKENN.com -- Over 26 percent of South Africans are unemployed, according to official statistics. Some say the actual number is much higher.
The nation's president, Jacob Zuma, blames high unemployment on apartheid. He claims the system denied education to blacks.
However, other black African nations also have high unemployment rates; some are much higher than South Africa. One could conclude that the influence of white people on South Africa's economy actually provides jobs for black Africans, explaining why the nation continues to attract illegal aliens from across sub-Saharan Africa.
Mozambique's unemployment rate is 60.0
Kenya's unemployment rate is 42.0
Namibia's unemployment rate is 28.1
Chad's unemployment rate is 22.6
Botswana's unemployment rate is 17.8
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