She was born in a family of six, Her father a retrenched derelict, Her mother an ailing goddess whose eyes were scorched by the wind, Her back broken by the wood she carried from the mountains. She dropped out of school, to take over from her fatigued mother- working fields from sunrise to subset, like …
Some of our key responsibilities as the department are to provide for youth developmental support services like entrepreneurship and community development skills transfer.”
Free State Imbizo declares that every citizen is a public protector.
“Economic junk status downgrade or not, youth led enterprise and development organization, Afrika Mayibuye Entrepreneurship Hub Accelerator AMEHA will save South African youth’s future, economy and restore local and international investor confidence.” Those are the words of the revered leader, Tshepo Future Mabuya whose company, AMEHA that will be hosting a financial management and capacity building training …
“Since the introduction of democracy in South Africa, one of the remedies for socials injustices has been an engagement with the larger society in determining and paving a way forward.”
“As citizens of a democratic society we have a right to participate in the democratic decision-making processes of our country, including the right to elect the kind of government we wish to have.”
“There will be no significant improvement in the conditions of our people and their struggle until we fundamentally change direction by being active citizens who shape the future of their communities.”
This initiative seeks to address social ills that devalue the countrys democracy, especially those that derail youth development.
“When technology is used correctly, it can help develop many young people.”
Karabo Monatisi is a 32-year-old volunteer worker with the Sanitary Pads Campaign in Khayelitsha.
The Desert Start-up Bootcamp (DSBC) is a five-day learning programme that empowers young entrepreneurs from small towns and townships to turn their ideas into viable, high-growth businesses.
According to Statistics South Africa 24.9 million people on the voters roll and approximately 9.1 million eligible voters are not registered more than 80% of these below the age of 35.
I have realised that my community does not have an existing entrepreneurial ecosystem, which contributes to the growth of unemployment rate,
Twenty two years ago, South Africa attained democracy, which came with a bill of rights that was established to ensure that every citizen is treated fairly and has freedom of choice. However, with human rights like the choice to terminate ones pregnancy still heavily stigmatised, even after nearly 20 years since it was legalised, are we entirely free?
“I always wanted to assist my community by launching my own NGO and business so that I could assist communities and develop young people with their nutrition”
There are a number of contributing factors to this growing number of HIV infections in KwaZulu Natal, including false traditional beliefs, sexual violence, and lack of educational programmes.
This dialogue is part of a series named Youth Imbizo, under the umbrella theme Democracy in Action, whereby activators facilitate conversations in their communities to build and shape South Africas democracy.
To vote in elections in South Africa you need to first register as a voter.