e4 supports promising young black entrepreneurs at the Enterprise Development Property Fund (EDPF) Property Academy 

As part of its ongoing efforts to boost entrepreneurship and innovation in the property sector, proptech specialist e4 has proudly offered extensive assistance to the Enterprise Development Property Fund’s (EDPF) Property Academy through the purchase of new computer equipment and software.

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MBAWC calls on the youth to pursue careers in the built environment and curb the skills shortfall

While South Africa is ranked number one out of the top 10 countries with the highest unemployment rates globally (World Population Review), the Master Builders’ Association, Western Cape notes that there is a shortfall of 40 000 skilled artisans in the country. This shortfall could be addressed if young people stepped up to pursue careers in industries that require skills such as plumbing, building and carpentry.

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Investing for impact with South Africa’s youth

In today’s investment economy, strong returns are only meaningful when combined with making an impact

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Empowering the youth, empowering South Africa

South African businesses have a responsibility to not just create employment opportunities for the youth, but to empower young people to seize opportunities, writes Tebogo Monakedi, Sub-Saharan Africa HR Director at CHEP

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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden Winter Wonders 2022 with kids free this school holiday

From 25 June to 18 July, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is holding its annual Winter Wonders Special where children 17 years and younger receive free entry into Kirstenbosch. A #mywinterwonders competition will add even more excitement to the winter school holiday. 

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Candidacy programme puts young women on upward path at AECOM

In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) on 23 June, trusted infrastructure consulting firm AECOM is showcasing its candidacy mentoring programme. The programme plays a vital role in ensuring newly employed graduates and experienced young professionals attain professional registration.

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Young, green innovators invited to enter Blue Sky Awards

Young researchers and innovators who are focused on greener, sustainable innovations using forest-based science are invited to enter the South African round of the global Blue Sky Awards by Friday 15 July.

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Impala Rustenburg’s 2022 Career Expo impacts 6 500 local learners

Impala Rustenburg’s innovative and invaluable mobile Career Expo returned this year, showcasing a wide range of career opportunities in the mining industry to 6 500 youth in grades 9 and 11 throughout May 2022.

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Impala Rustenburg invests in promoting literacy in the Eastern Cape

Promoting reading in young children is vital to improving literacy and numeracy skills among the youth. It is a skill that is often neglected, as the responsibility for promoting a love of reading falls to families, many of whom are without the means to nurture it.

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Sibo Manqoba! Learners say NO to tobacco through art

Senior primary learners have created striking murals and artworks saying NO to tobacco through a Schools Mural Art Competition that forms part of the National Department of Health (DOH) ‘Sibo Manqoba!’ tobacco education initiative.

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