The future of work has been accelerated by Covid-19 and the future is now. But what does this mean for unemployed young people in Africa? What needs to be done to unlock its potential?

Our Chief Impact Officer, Sharmi Surianarain, chats to Marie-Noelle Nwokolo from The Brenthurst Foundation about how new jobs will have to be created to accommodate Africa’s growing population and what the future of work might look like for them.

You can listen to the Podcast at the link below:

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