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Get to grips with the brains of youth

Shaping the frontal cortex as a critical youth development strategy

‘Startling’ bounce-back for SA’s labour market — Nids-Cram survey

A new data release shows that employment may have reached pre-Covid-19 levels. Still, many who’ve lost their jobs have not managed to get back to work

Electric vehicle battery manufacturing: Why SADC needs to act now

All the minerals are here, so a golden opportunity exists if our governments provide incentives

‘Each one, teach one’: Rethinking education in a pandemic

In South Africa, we come from a proud history of activism. How then have we suddenly learnt to be helpless?

The ‘lockdown generation’ has been hit hardest by Covid-19

The government has zeroed in on youth unemployment, but the coronavirus pandemic threatens to leave young people even more vulnerable than before

Children who trade are an important part of the economy

The government should do more to develop and upskill these young entrepreneurs who are already street smart

How to refresh SA’s jaded democracy

We should look to the Philippines, where barangays, or neighbourhood governments, help to empower communities

Young people must help design a youth employment plan

A six-point plan will help to drive the president’s youth employment intervention but it is essential that the experiences of young people are prioritised in its design and delivery

Leapfrogging into digital can give youth work

South Africa is in a good position to upskill employees and young people for the 21st century

Critical thinking in critical times

Forward thinking and research that defines the societal impact of the 4IR reveals a realm of potential within a world of challenges

The 4IR: A re-imagining

Will South Africa be at the forefront of driving change, or at its mercy?

​African Union rolls out 1 Million by 2021 campaign

Fostering new approaches to address unemployment in African youth

Youth need skills for the fourth industrial revolution

A love must be instilled at school for the STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and maths — and digital literacy

Code 300: a game changer for the missing middle

Launched in 2017 to solve the funding challenge faced by the ‘missing middle’ students, ISFAP provides students the funding for their studies.

New financial tool can help create work

The innovative approach aims to target one of Africa’s key problems — youth unemployment

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