The Commission of Employment Equity’s 22nd annual report has found that despite a population group decline of 1.5% in South Africa, white South Africans at top management level remained stable at 63.2%, while African and coloured population groups remain under-represented at this occupational level. Fin24 reports that, with the report showing only a slight increase in female representation at the top management level from 24.4% in 2019 to 25.8% in 2021, and persons living with disabilities only making up 1.6% of top management positions, Minister of Labour and Employment, Thulas Nxesi, said the results meant amendments to the Employment Equity Act were all the more urgent to ensure adequate representation