When Promise Machimane, 32, was retrenched from her bank job, she struggled to find employment for a number of years, a story that thousands of young people can relate to.
Ministers react to SONA 2017
Deputy Minister in the Presidency for Planning Monitoring and Evaluation, Youth Development and Administration Buti Manamela has wished all South African matriculants well in their final examinations.
Education is the only way to break the back of many of the challenges youth face, says Miss South Africa Ntandoyenkosi Kunene.
Canadian Hip Hop Star, Drake, has encouraged young South Africans to do everything they can to realise a brighter future and make their country proud.
Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Buti Manamela, says African youth are a catalytic force for the attainment of the African Union’s Agenda 2063.
Young people from schools across the Northern Cape have gathered at the Mxolisi Dicky Jacobs Stadium, in Upington, to explore opportunities that can improve their lives for a better future.
“I have by no means arrived at my destination and I do have challenges but my business is growing, progress is achieved every day and this I owe to the NYDA for believing in my vision when all I had was a broken wash plant machine,” said thirty-five-year old Siyabonga Shange, owner of Sbumeister Trading cc, an Industrial Plastic Recycler (IPR) based in Pinetown, Durban.
The upcoming Career Development Services Stakeholders Conference is expected to bring together stakeholders to share practices and discuss the future of career development services in South Africa.
There is a need to promote youth work in South Africa by exploring practices from around the globe with the view of professionalising youth work