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Southern Africa Youth Project is empowering young women in Africa. In this picture, we are having our first group of young women from the township of Diepsloot attending a graduation 
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Southern Africa Youth Project invites Youth to come and register for program. For more information contact us at info@southernafricayouth.org or contact us at 011 071 1903
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Our main center is based in the Township of Diepsloot, Johannesburg, South Africa. Southern Africa Youth Project follows a different way of doing things in its team management and operations. 
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Southern Africa Youth Project and its leadership have been nominated and won the following 19 awards. 2011 Winner Shoprite Community Network 2012 Nominee Google Zeitgeist 2012 Fellow Fetola Legends 2012 
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26 June 2017 To all former beneficiaries, parents and companies that may have employed our beneficiaries. I Neftaly Malatjie, CEO, Southern Africa Youth Project have conducted internal investigations, monitoring and 
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Southern Africa Youth Project has adopted a model to place over 100 000 unemployed youth in rural areas and communities. It is our vision to change the way Youth think 
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Job placement for Unemployed youth Southern Africa Youth Project has job centres in communities where we are based. Their role is to bridge the gap between employers and job seekers. 
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As part of the review of the status of youth employment in Africa, the report describes how young people are employed predominantly in the agriculture sector and the informal economy 
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job opportunities and unemployment report The Department of Labour has continuously produced this report in order to provide a comprehensive overview of the South African labour market trends, particularly on the 
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Introduction into SDG 8Decent work and Economic Growth According to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal roughly half the Southern Africa population still lives on the equivalent of about US$2 
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Southern Africa Youth Project has adopted a strategy to be 100% technology based. This means that by 2025 all our operations must be digital. In implementing programmes, we will need 
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Southern Africa Youth Project on a weekly basis has logistical arrangements such as  Our Youth attends seminars, invitations and conferences. Our Staff members attends meetings, conferences, workshops and trainings. Everyday 
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Southern Africa Youth Project is a registered training provider with the Media, Information, Communication Technology (MICT SETA) and Education Training and Development Profession Sector Education and Training Authority. Southern Africa 
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Instead of you gossiping about your boss and you go back to the same place tomorrow morning. Think of how you can grow your bosses business otherwise quit.🤭
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Did you know that when someone is hungry can’t participate fully. This is what we get everyday at Southern Africa Youth Project that they dropped out because they were hungry. 
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Many will send you away and call you names according to their definitions. Then those who have been looking for you will join you
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In today’s world people celebrate seeing others in pain, sadness and sorrow. We have noticed people wishes to see others fail. Whilst in return they do not want that to 
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After founding the organization, his first project was to establish a community educational and training center where all the youth from poor families who could not afford to continue with 
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In my lifetime I have noticed that people celebrates for few minutes and cry for many days. Why celebrate disappointments and easily forget your great moments. Is it because you 
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With our donors Southern Africa Youth Project creates impact to the lives of underprivileged youth in Southern Africa With our staff Southern Africa Youth Project has dedicated staff and volunteers 
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Sometimes in life we experience difficult situations where you feel the world is over for you. If you feel so. Go to a hospital near you or to a church 
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One of the biggest challenges for youth employment is the mismatch of skills job seekers have and the requirements employers want, a study has found. The Sikhaya Youth Assets Study, 
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Everyday we are being taught that the poor cannot achieve the best life style. However they are happy with what we provide to them. Southern Africa Youth Project thanks all 
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Have you ever written an application and realise that you were not successful then you find that the company is closing or retrenching or the tender is under investigation. Sometimes 
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One of the most saddest thing is that people copy and paste other peoples lifestyles. Hoping that they will be happy. This is false other people are living according to 
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Sometimes in life we experience difficult situations where you feel the world is over for you. If you feel so. Go to a hospital near you or to a church 
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I’m deeply honoured to be in the presence of distinguished guests who have achieved so much in their respective careers.   I’m also grateful for this opportunity to present the 
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Southern Africa Youth Project understands that in order for us to make meaningful impact. We need to stretch our work and have more reach. In South Africa we are already 
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Yes, Southern Africa Youth Project is an international non-profit organisation with interests to Development Africa’s Youth. We work with our local implementing partner Let God Be You Foundation who stretches 
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Southern Africa Youth Project recognised “the importance of education…not simply because young people are often connected to the education system, but because it is through education and training that young 
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The NYP highlights education, training and economic participation for youth and provides a framework for partnerships with government structures across national, provincial and local lines. Among the NYDPF goals the 
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The aim is to help at-risk youth to become responsible citizens, by providing them with information, support and skills that lead to their empowerment, and employment.
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One of the key questions employers who absorbs our youth into their companies ask us. Do they also have a right to get rid of employees? Almost everyday we place 
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Not willing to simply protect, serve and provide valuable services to the greater Johannesburg and Pretoria communities while conducting their business, the Kallvest Group, along with two partners, has lent 
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Every day people develop hate for their jobs. This may be because of many reasons. At Southern Africa Youth Project we have a database of 20 000 unemployed and the 
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The CEO and Acting General Manager visited Greece on a Project on refugee support. A Project funded by European Union Erasmus+. Southern Africa Youth Project was chosen to be one 
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"We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our homes to remedy this kind of poverty"-Mother Theresa. That's why we at SayPro we strive to give love and care for our communities.
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Southern Africa Youth Project in partnership with Accenture has been hosting a coding session on Saturdays with high schools learners from our 3 schools.
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Southern Africa Youth Project manages school entrepreneurship education programme in 3 schools of South Africa. The programme includes the following: Leadership development parental support Entrepreneurship modules from starting a business 
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David Mwendele and the Tanzania team would like to send their appreciation to Anna Munyagi for her decision to continue visiting LGBY’s community educational and training center Our center empowers 
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Southern Africa Youth Project beneficiaries were taken to NHBRC offices for a career guidance event. This included job shadowing to the staff and executive. This is part of Southern Africa 
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Anna Letswalo is one of our beneficiaries who have received impact by participating in our programmes. Learn more by watching the video below.
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Southern Africa Youth Project also works in strengthening Technical Vocational Education and Training in South Africa and the region as a whole. Through its strategy TEHE 2025 which is to 
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We are proud to announce that Neftaly Malatjie, CEO of Southern Africa Youth Project a Youth Development Institution in Southern Africa. Has again received an award by Inyathelo Philanthropy Award 
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Southern Africa Youth Project host Youth Leadership Camps for youth in townships and rural areas to be empowered. We take them away from their everyday world to a space where 
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the 2015 Growth, Innovation and Leadership Award will be presented to Neftaly Malatjie, founder of Southern Africa Youth Project, for his exceptional contribution and commitment to the community work. The one-day congress is part of 
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A recent international study comparing countries and their students in numeracy and literacy revealed that South Africa “under-performs substantially.” South Africa’s results are comparative to the Seychelles and Mauritius. The 
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Southern Africa Youth Project would like to thank its beneficiaries or former clients who continue to come back and give their time to the Southern Africa Youth Project current initiatives. 
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Southern Africa Youth Project provides mass education to the unemployed Youth in townships and rural areas. Through this we are able to provide different topics such as Human Rights Awareness, 
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Soutern Africa Youth Project create safe space for girls to be protected during their afternoon. Young girls in townships do not have facilities where they can go and be kept 
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Southern Africa Youth Project through its safe space program enables girls, the youth and young women to meet and share their experiences, difficulties, and challenges which they face. Southern Africa 
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Southern Africa Youth Project hosted a graduation event for 30 Youth from Diepsloot Township and 30 Youth from Daveyton. Southern Africa Youth Project recognized the Youth for participating in a 
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Southern Africa Youth Project partners with the government Department of Small Business Development to implement entrepreneurship Education for the unemployed Youth in townships and rural areas. Southern Africa Youth Project 
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Southern Africa Youth Project has worked with three secondary schools from 2014 – 2019. The schools we worked with are Rabasotho Combined School, Diepsloot West Secondary School, and Itirele Zenzele 
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Southern Africa Youth Project hosted Youth from the community who received the Financial Planning Institute Mymoney 123. The program was implemented in Diepsloot where youth received a financial education workshop 
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This serves to inform all former students of Southern Africa Youth Project(SAYPRO), who completed their trainings/studies, to come to our centre at Diepsloot and enquire about their certificates. Our offices 
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“Being negative only make a journey more difficult. You may be given a cactus, but you don’t have to sit on it”-Joyce Meyer. Don’t allow your background determine your future. 
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“Help others, and give something back. I guarantee you will discover that while public service improves the lives and the world around you, its greatest reward is the enrichment and 
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“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do”-Pele. Youth are enjoying their 
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“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family”-Kofi Annan. One of our facilitators busy sharing End-User skills with his class. 
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An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity”-Martin Luther King Jr. We at SayPro 
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“Whenever you see a successful business, someone once made a courageous decision”-Peter Drucker. Youth in action during competencies in entrepreneurship at Southern Africa Youth Project. Competencies were conducted in groups. 
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Support Southern Africa Youth Project by volunteering to host a boys mentorship session for young people from Diepsloot. Call:011 071 1903/info@southernafricayouth.org
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At Southern Africa Youth Project we develop a 5-year strategy in which we determine (after consultation with the community members, non-profit organisations, government and the business sector. We often review 
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Like many new entrepreneurs, in 2005 I gave myself the title of CEO,” Malatjie says. “I should have waited until the enterprise had achieved some level of hierarchy in its 
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Neftaly Malatjie founded then Diepsloot Youth Arts and Culture Project at the age of 14. He then transformed the organisation from a local based organisation to an international non-profit organisation 
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Neftaly Malatjie is impatient. His frustration is rooted in the fact that so many young South Africans struggle to break into the job market because they don’t have the right 
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Neftaly Malatjie was just 14 when his entrepreneurial flair kicked in. That was eight years ago when the teenager launched Diepsloot Youth Projects after cadging and fixing a bunch retreaded 
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ALEC HOGG: June 16th (that was yesterday), was Youth Day here in South Africa and today, we celebrate youth across all of our programs on CNBC Africa. It’s said that youth can 
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CategoryDiepsloot Work GroupDiepsloot Youth Projects Open TimesMon-Fri8-6 CountrySouth Africa About Us A non profit Organization that aims at empowering the youth in risk by giving them skills that will lead 
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Southern Africa Youth Project provides work readiness for unemployed Youth in townships and rural areas. We do this to prepare the Youth for the working world. Also keeping the Youth 
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Southern Africa Youth Project in partnership with People Solution a Private Training provider have partnered to provide Hospitality Skills to 100 unemployed Youth.
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Southern Africa Youth Project has today won the 2018 Gauteng Premier Service Excellence Awards as the winner on Gold Award The awards has been received by Clifford Legodi on behalf 
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Southern Africa Youth Project through its founder Neftaly Malatjie who have always envisioned that we must change the way young people think about themselves. In 2010 He envisioned post school 
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Today a beneficiary at Southern Africa Youth Project is 23 years old and we are enabling her to use technology for her advancement. Some find it difficult for them to 
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If you are unemployed and looking to further your studies. Southern Africa Youth Project is the place for you to visit
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There are lots of youth who have matric very well but are sitting at home. Southern Africa Youth Project is bridging the gap between unemployed youth and unskilled Labour by 
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We now have free WiFi connection at our Community Centers Thousands of Youth walk in to access this WiFi This is a product supported by Vast network Call 011 071 
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In partnership with corporates and government Southern Africa Youth Project invites youth between 18-35 to register for technology programs. Visit Southern Africa Youth Project branch near you to register for 
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Neftaly Malatjie is among the many young South Africans who use social entrepreneurship as a means to helping others better their own lives. At fourteen he established the Diepsloot Youth Project in 
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Southern Africa Youth Project CEO is featured on Frost and Sullivan 2015 innovation, Growth and Leadership Program View it here https://ww2.frost.com/files/7914/3956/2288/GIL_Africa_2015_Brochure.pdf
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Southern Africa Youth has extended its scope to share lessons learnt in implementing programmes across Southern Africa. Through its consortium network. Southern Africa Youth Project has trained its 18 local 
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Inspiration is a catalyst for change and can be found amongst the least expected of persons, places or things; but often uncovers some of the most remarkable discoveries and leaders 
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Neftaly Malatjie has been honored by Frost and Sullivan Africa. At the presigoeous event held in Cape Town. Neftaly was honored in front of over 200 CEOS of global companies. 
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Our first graduation event in 2014 our Youth had to share one gown. Today the situation has changed. We have owns for everyone. Support us to empower more Youth
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Southern Africa Youth Project would like to thank Ulrike Schottler from Ulrike Schottler Coaching for her contribution to the organisation. The lady on the photo is now employed permanently as 
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Yusta Nemes is 23 years old Tanzanian girl, she was born in 1996. She is the first born in a family of five children. She has two brothers and two 
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In empowerment we need to create an environment which is conducive, motivating and creating new hopes. We continue to reinvent our image, buildings and our teams to ensure we stay 
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Dar-es-salaam is the most populated city in Tanzania and it is full of economic activities, but also it is the leading region of Tanzania where there are most of the 
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The lives of most youth in Tanzania are filled with darkness soon after completion of primary or secondary school. This is especially to youth living in extreme poverty families since 
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David Mwendele met Neftaly Malatjie at the Award Ceremony in South Africa. Whilst the two were fellows. It was a co-incidence as non-profit organizations hardly gets to be part of 
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Southern Africa Youth Project would like to send it’s appreciation to Khethiwe Nkuna from Accenture South Africa. Our appreciation goes to her as an individual for her support and guidance. 
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When you give to us you contribute to benefiting on your BEE points Southern Africa Youth Project works with black beneficiaries from townships and rural areas of South Africa. When 
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A kick off meeting was held in Luton, United Kingdom on refugee Integration. Our CEO Neftaly Malatjie had an official visit to United Kingdon at the town Luton after special 
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When we wimplement community development Projects in Southern Africa. Everyday we are taught to always understand that it is not a one size fits all situation. In Cities and Townships. 
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Southern Africa Youth Project partners to provide Work Readiness to 900 Youth. This will be spread accross South Africa’s provinces (Limpopo and Gauteng). Southern Africa Youth Project works with Skills 
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Southern Africa Youth Project in partnership with GMDC our implementing partner in Ivory Park partnered to host a Hospitality Programme for the 60 Youth of Ivory Park Township. By implementing 
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Southern Africa Youth Project is truly achieving its goal to become a lead Youth Development Institution in Africa. When it’s founder Neftaly Malatjie stated in his founding address in 2005. 
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Are you looking to hire an intern, job seeker or have a learnership. Southern Africa Youth Project invites all employers who are looking for first time job seekers. Whether you 
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Neftaly Malatjie – Southern Africa Youth Project “I wanted to change the way young people think about themselves,” says Neftaly Malatjie, Founder of Southern African Youth Project. “The training takes place 
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We aim to enable girls and young women into technology thanks to our partners who makes it possible
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Southern Africa Youth Project enables young girls and youth to use technology for their advancement. We are motivated by the fact that technology will be applied to all industry. With 
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Donate your Conference Venue to Southern Africa Youth Project so that we can be able to run staff training and annual events. Your contribution will ensure that we instill positive hope and belief to the youth in need
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Southern Africa Youth Project hosted graduations with multiple groups of Youth from the communities in South Africa
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Southern Africa Youth Project hosts Annual Samantha Day which we honour the staff for the great work that we did. This year It was magic as we invited the elders 
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Southern Africa Youth honors the Youth who have excelled by providing them with qualificatoins
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Neftaly Malatjie has won an award for Philanthropy in Youth Development presented by Inyathelo
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Southern Africa Youth Project started as Diepsloot Youth Arts and Culture Project we are sharing with you how we have grown up to now
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Southern Africa Youth Project is an alternative for out-of-school youth. This was not what these Southern Africa Youth Project intended to be. A group of students are now attending at 
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Southern Africa Youth Project partners with the Department of Education to provide educational support for the Girl Child. Southern Africa Youth Project understands that partnership is very important for its 
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1. Case Management Southern Africa Youth Project has a case management system which assists the organisation in tracking the beneficiary from enrollment to accessing opportunities. Through this system we are 
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Education is the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people, through storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, or research. 
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Education is the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people, through storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, or research. 
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Law is a system of rules that are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior.Laws can be made by a collective legislature or by a single legislator, resulting in statutes, 
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Sociology is the study of social behaviour or society, including its origins, development, organization, networks, and institutions. It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation and 
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Mathematics (from Greek μάθημα máthēma, “knowledge, study, learning”) is the study of topics such as quantity (numbers), structure, space, and change. There is a range of views among mathematicians and 
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Economics is a social science concerned with the factors that determine the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. The term economics comes from the Ancient Greek οἰκονομία from 
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Music is an art form and cultural activity whose medium is sound and silence, which exist in time. The common elements of music are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), 
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For linguists, grammar refers to cognitive information underlying language use. Speakers of a language have a set of internalized rules[1] for using that language. These rules constitute grammar, and the 
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Hospitality refers to the relationship between a guest and a host, wherein the host receives the guest with goodwill, including the reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers. Louis, 
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Design is the creation of a plan or convention for the construction of an object, system or measurable human interaction (as in architectural blueprints, engineering drawings, business processes, circuit diagrams, 
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Education is the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people, through storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, or research. 
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