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South Africans leading the world

The World Economic Forum's list of young global leaders for 2009 pays tribute to 230 outstanding young professionals from a range of disciplines. Among them are nine South Africans.

2010 TV opportunity for youth

The 2010 Fifa World Cup offers many obvious benefits for tourism and the economy, but now the global football extravaganza will also help anyone interested in a career in television broadcasting to get a foot in the door.

Arts takes centre stage at NAF

South Africa’s annual National Arts Festival takes place in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, at the end of June 2008 and promises a vibrant mix of dance, theatre, music and art.

Young statisticians gather in SA

The first Young African Statisticians Conference will take place in Pretoria in July 2008, preparing Africa’s young professionals for participation in the 57th session of the International Statistical Institute in Durban in 2009.

My story goes like this

I have been a learner in the 1980s, and in that era there was certainly no career pathing or assistance for people of my colour to get into good jobs or careers.
SA youth 'better off than parents'

SA youth ‘better off than parents’

As South Africa celebrates Youth Day, new research reveals that the country's young people believe they are better off than their parents were - and that their children will be even better off than they are now.
Youth 'proud to be South African'

Youth ‘proud to be South African’

An overwhelming 97% of the country's 16- to 24-year-olds are proud to call themselves South African, according to a new survey. The findings reveal a younger generation that is brand-savvy, increasingly well-informed about HIV/Aids, and highly upbeat about the country's future.
Umsobomvu Youth Fund

Portal, call centre for SA youth

The Umsobomvu Youth Fund has launched an Internet portal and nationwide call centre to provide information and services relating to career development, employment, entrepreneurship, health and well being to young South Africans.


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