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Youth Development

Youth Development is essential to helping the youth of South Africa succeed in life. There are far more prospective workers than there are jobs available for them, and many youth are not able to afford to study further and become more specialised. This is where youth development programmes come in. Offering young people work readiness programmes, opportunities to advance their education and make a difference in their communities are just some of the ways that youth development can change South Africa for the better.

There will be plenty of opportunities for young people to produce content for television once the country finishes moving from analogue to digital broadcasting.

Deputy President David Mabuza has called on the youth to take up skills that will develop and serve the needs of the economy.

Black youth media company - Diprente - has won big at the Annecy International Animation Festival 2018 in France.

John Quincy Adams said that “if your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more…you are a leader.”

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on companies to go out of their way to employ young graduates as a way of growing the economy.

Once students enter university, they tend to be more experienced and confident about their career path and future employment prospects.

 

 

City’s pilot project upskills youths while creating a steady stream of employees for the call centre sector.

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s YES programme a positive step in the right direction, and well help allow the very necessary transfer of trade skills, improving unemployment and economy.

In the Eastern and Southern parts of Africa skills development initiatives are transforming the lives of unemployed youth.

Responding to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s “Thuma Mina” initiative, the Volvo Group Southern Africa is introducing a Youth Employment Initiative.

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