Harambee Find Jobs For Youth
Harambee is an organisation that provides a free service for the youth of South Africa who are looking for a job.
If you are younger than 35 and looking for a job then Harambee are here to help you!
Do you know any youth or are you currently a youth between the ages of 18 and 34 who have a matric certificate and are unemployed?
Harambee's assessments and training help you get and keep a real job at a real company. Harambee has placed over 40,000 young people with over 400 of South Africa’s top companies.
First you register on the Harambee site then they will call you back to confirm the details.
Then you will get SMS invites to the free work-seeker support workshop.
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