National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) YouthBuild volunteer, Anele Nxele yesterday, began a twelve-month-long journey during which time she will be building and renovating a primary school in Howick KwaZulu Natal.
Growing reports of sexual abuse, bullying and even drug use at local schools should be ringing alarm bells for parents, educators and school administration bodies says Dale Horne, Operations Director of Whistle Blowers, South Africa’s largest independent whistle blowing service provider.
When Phathutshedzo Nenungwi matriculated in 2009 at Lwamondo High School, he had the hopes of pursuing a career in the legal field.
The Eastern Cape Legislature will be hosting their 2015 Youth Parliament this morning.
The youth of Gugulethu are expected to use their interactive dialogue session with Communications Minister Faith Muthambi to get more information on how they can establish their own community radio station.
The Gugulethu Youth Development Council (GYDC) says it plans to establish a community radio station for the youth of Gugulethu in Cape Town.
Young people are at the centre of radical economic transformation, says Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina.
The Department of Social Development will today lead a specialist team to Malawi to repatriate a 14-year-old minor and a 20-year-old youth, who were allegedly abducted and trafficked to Malawi.
Lack of information and recreational facilities for young people took centre stage when Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Buti Manamela, met with youth formations in Eesterust, east of Pretoria.
It’s been 39 years since the historic Soweto students’ uprisings, when young people took to the streets on 16 June 1976 to protest against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in schools.