In an interview on the Money Show on 702, executive director of the Centre for Development and Enterprise, Ann Bernstein, analyses the jobs promise in the governing party’s election manifesto. The document promises the creation of 3.5 million work opportunities, but this number comes from temporary and part-time work. In reality, the paltry equivalent of 300 000 jobs will be created over five years. “There is no sense of urgency… there is no sense of the crisis that we are in,” argues Bernstein.