Transforming lives one youth at a time

18 July 2018 by Nosihle Shelembe After struggling to find a stable job for more than three years, Nelisiwe Gabini decided to start her own events planning company in Bronkhorstspruit, a small town about 50 kilometres east of Tshwane. During the three years, Gabini made money selling beauty products and household items like Tupperware. She […]

Young Women in African Power Leadership Residential Training

02 July 2018 Apply now for the Power Africa’s Young Women in African Power Leadership Residential Training that will take place 01 – 26 October 2018. Power Africa is a U.S. government-led partnership coordinated by USAID that aims to double access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030. This special opportunity is part of the […]

Youth help map the way forward for a crime-free SA

27 June 2018 Over 500 young people from across the country have converged in Pretoria this morning for the first-ever National Youth Crime-prevention Summit. The summit, which is organised by the South African Police Service, seeks to increase youth participation in the fight against crime. Police Deputy Minister Bongani Mkongi, who opened the summit in […]

YouTube Begins Purging Alternative Media as the Deep State Marches Toward WW3

Original article on activistpost.com | 23 November 2017 | by Matt Agorist If you get your news from mostly far left sources, chances are you’ve heard YouTube and Google are censoring or blacklisting left and progressive sites and content. Conversely, if you get your news from far right sources, chances are you’ve heard YouTube and Google […]

Training facility allows youth to reach for the stars

21 November 2017 The recently-opened Klerefontein Training Centre, situated near the site of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project in the small Karoo town of Carnarvon, is giving local high school learners the opportunity to become qualified electrical engineers. Opened in May, the centre offers an accredited electrical engineering apprenticeship. The South African Radio Astronomy […]

Youth encouraged to take interest in nuclear

Original article on sanews.gov.za |13 October 2017 Energy Deputy Minister Thembi Majola has called on young people to acquire skills that will enable them to take up opportunities in the nuclear energy sector. The Deputy Minister was addressing the annual South African Young Nuclear Professionals Society (SAYNPS) nuclear youth summit on Wednesday. She said with […]

Youth Unemployment is Unsolvable Without Addressing ‘Waithood’

Original article on worldpolicy.org | 26 September 2017 | by Reem Rahman and Dr. Lynsey Farrell In a scenario illustrated by the World Bank, “Africa will need at least two decades to change the structure of employment sufficiently to offer dramatically different prospects to its youth.” However, what this scenario may not fully consider is the […]

Aarto Bill gets the green light

Original article on infrastructurene.ws | 11 September 2017 | by Liesl Frankson The National Assembly recently approved the highly anticipated Aarto Bill, which will see the introduction of the demerit system to curb reckless driving. The Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Amendment Bill was tabled as a direct result of the untenable and unsustainable […]

Madiba’s story is a journey across our country

Original article on sanews.gov.za | 25 July 2017 | by Tokozile Xasa, Minister of Tourism Join me on a journey to some very special places in our country, places that tell a remarkable story for the whole world. Many international tourists, and some South Africans, would have experienced parts of the trip when they visited […]