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Siyabonga Africa helps people get back up

Skate thumbFrom humble beginnings as a feeding scheme in the 1980s, Siyabonga Africa has grown to include entrepreneurship programmes and business skills that incorporate food security.

Africa’s youth population can lift the continent

The youth population is big and is growing; urbanisation is growing even faster. These factors present possibilities and pitfalls: a young population may be dynamic and bring economic advantages but at the same time, too many young people raises the potential for conflict.

database to help unemployed teachers

Database to help unemployed teachers

The Department of Basic Education has created a national recruitment database to ensure that qualified teachers are employed and to cut down on turnaround times in filling vacant teaching posts across the country.

Career Planet

  CAREER PLANET is an enthusiastic, national NPO (not for profit) organisation committed to helping the unemployed youth of South Africa through our web, mobi...

The Luthuli Learning Centre & Project Zenzele

Project Zenzele holds free computer training classes for the unemployed and children of the community, but will mainly focus on those with disabilities, in the uMnini Trust Area in KwaZulu Natal. The project is still in its early stages and needs assistance, especially with books for the library.

Pothole repair

Unemployed to tackle potholes, bridges

South Africa's Department of Public Works has set aside R210-million to hire and train unemployed people to fix potholes, build low bridges and maintain public garden spaces following the recent floods across the country.
'Second chance' for SA's unemployed

‘Second chance’ for SA’s unemployed

Despite losing her job as a facilitator last year, 24-year-old Mphafi Mamapepe's determination to support her family set her on a different path. Today, she is one of hundreds of beneficiaries of the government's Training of the Unemployed project which aims to minimise the negative effects of the recession.


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