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(in South Africa during the apartheid era) the setting aside by law of certain skilled grades of employment for certain ethnic groups, particularly whites.
- ‘While there was job reservation those days, we are now in an open society and competition is tougher.’
- ‘The policy of job reservation for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and OBCs has made a deep impact on the Muslim psyche.’
- ‘Issues such as securing a career job reservation in a timely manner don't go away when Airmen deploy.’
- ‘He also demanded cent percent job reservation for the region's people.’
- ‘The NFB would continue with its watchdog role in earning the benefits of the law for the disabled especially with regard to job reservation.’
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