CEOs Notices to beneficiaries

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Neftaly Malatjie
CEO: Southern Africa Youth Project

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 evaluation to check if correct procedures were followed by our staff members.

To my findings we have noticed that staff members have:

  1. Not captured beneficiaries into our database system.
  2. Issued certificates without capturing beneficiaries into respective SETAs.
  3. Issued certificates without prior approval from the SETAs.
  4. Have endorsed beneficiaries whom others were not competent.

We therefore invite all former beneficiaries to come forward with the certificates or their information so that we can be able to rectify such information.

We have therefore dismissed all employees who have conducted such confusions. Further investigations are still conducted and those that are implicated will be taken through the courts of law.

Companies or beneficiaries with such information will be appreciated if they can come forward.


Neftaly Malatjie

CEO: Southern Africa Youth Project

Southern Africa Youth Project is a youth Development Non-Profit Organisation with head offices in Johannesburg, South Africa. The organization was founded in 2005. It is registered as a non-profit organization, section 18A tax-exempt and tax compliant organization. Southern Africa Youth Project aims to empower communities through up-skilling them to recognize and utilize the opportunities that are around them. Southern Africa Youth Project does this by enabling Girls, Youth and Women to access Technology, Education, Health, and Employment Opportunities. We operate in townships and rural areas impact young people between the age of 18 - 35 with a different basket of services. To partner or collaborate with us send us an email at or contact us at + 27 (0) 78 637 0815 Southern Africa Youth Project is a regional Youth Development non-profit organisation that aims to empower and development communities through giving them to access Technology, Education, Health and Employment. Southern Africa Youth Project is a registered Non-Profit Organisation with its headquartered based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Southern Africa Youth Project is providing youth development activities and projects throughout the Southern Africa Region. Southern Africa Youth Project works in its own sites and local implementing partners through a network of partnerships, consortiums and coalitions providing wide range of services based on the needs of and challenges of each community. Southern Africa Youth Project operates in the whole of Africa with a major focus on the Southern African Development Community. We work with national, regional, provincial, district and local governments, business, individuals, philanthropists, donors, foundations and locally based non-profit organisation to address community challenges. In delivering its work Southern Africa Youth Project works with a local grassroots non-profit organisation through providing capacity building, co-funding, project management, monitoring and evaluation. We believe in working on collaboration rather than replicating what is already there. We also understand that development requires those who are locally based to address them. We believe that those born in those communities can address their challenges better than someone who just visits Southern Africa Youth Project believes that local people are the only people who can address their own challenges and problems. Southern Africa Youth projects adopts a multi-faceted community development approach where in its implementation of work and services. it engages communities where the services are provided from strategic planning, implementation to monitoring and evaluation as a whole. Southern Africa Youth Project has implemented a structured set of policies and systems that governs all its operations. this is from quality management, program implementation, finance, human resources, marketing, communications, administration and governance