Celebrating 10 years and more of solving youth unemployment through partnerships
Solving youth unemployment through partnerships.
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Harambee wins Skoll Award for social Entrepreneurship
Recognising change agents whose innovations had significant impact on the world’s most pressing problems.
Since the Department of Basic Education opened applications for the next cohort of school assistants just two weeks ago, over 940,000 young people have applied via the zero-rated recruitment platform called SAYouth.mobi, which forms part of the national Pathway Management Network.
Rebooting the Skilling System for Youth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR): What is needed to make the South African Post-Schooling Education and Training (PSET) System Responsive to a 4IR World
Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator’s Rob Urquhart and Sharmi Surianarain discuss the uneven experience of digitalisation and the ability of youth to access its opportunities in this paper published in the SAQA’s The South African National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) bulletin.
IPASA is a locally established, voluntary association of independent philanthropists, private foundations and other organisations associated with...
14 September 2021 - Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, the not-for-profit social enterprise building African solutions for the global challenge...
Last week’s quarterly labour force statistics confirm what we already knew: South Africa’s unemployment levels are among the highest in the world,...