In the 12 March 2023 edition of the Sunday Times, Justice Malala, award-winning journalist, TV host, political commentator and newspaper columnist, writes about his experience visiting Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator. 

 He is quoted as saying: 

Every so often, something good happens to you. You know, the sort of thing that restores your faith in our country and its people. Something that reminds you we are resourceful and dedicated and can overcome great hardship. That thing, that ray of sunshine, came into my life last week.

He goes on to explain: 

The founders of Harambee did an amazing job of building partnerships with small and large businesses, with other civil society organisations and with National Treasury, a government department that has long been a centre of excellence. There is a powerful lesson here for all of us: what might we become if we collaborated in this powerful, non-partisan manner for the betterment of our country?

Read the full article by clicking on the link below. Please note that a paid subscription to the Sunday Times is required to read the full article.

Source:–harambee-is-a-testament-to-what-excellence-and-honesty-can-achieve/. Published 12 March 2023. Photo credit: Harambee Youth Employement Accelerator, 2023. The photo features Justice Malala with Harambee Marketing Coordinator, Sandile Ngakane. 

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