Welcome to a brand new episode of plumbing 101. South Africa’s youth is in an unprecedented predicament with the rate of unemployment continuing to rise. This week, Rendani discusses unemployment and the opportunities that exist within the plumbing environment. Guests, Stacey Rontiris from Blu Lever Education and Sherrie Donaldson from Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator share insights on opportunities, and provide guidance and tips on how to become involved in trades as career options.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MjulgWIxBQ. Published 8 June 2022. 

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