While the youth of 1976 fought for education, the youth of 2022 is fighting to be employed. It’s hard to celebrate this day without looking at the challenges that are currently facing young people. The latest Breaking Barriers report by Harambee, details how to combat this huge crisis facing our youth. Chief Engagement Officer at Harambee, Zengeziwe Msimang, unpacks that report. Tune into Newzroom Afrika, DSTV channel 405, for more details.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNm8oVnCIvY. Published 16 June 2022. 

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