Southern Africa youth project economic development
Southern Africa youth project socio economic opportunities
Southern Africa youth project inclusive rural economy
Southern Africa youth project economic infrastructure
Southern Africa youth project faster and more inclusive economic growth
Southern Africa youth project faster and more inclusive economic growth
Southern Africa Youth Project empowers more than 10 000 unemployed and vulnerable youth with Life and Work readiness ICT-Based programs. Youth unemployment is one of the biggest problems the community of Diepsloot is facing. There are many youths who are searching for jobs in the community but they do not seem to find one. Collaborate with … Read more
President Cyril Ramaphosa has launched the Mooikloof Mega Residential City in Tshwane, Gauteng, which is geared to address the housing needs of the “missing middle”.
Transforming patterns of agricultural land ownership is vital not just to address the historical injustices of the past, but to safeguard the nation’s food security, says President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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Public Service and Administration Deputy Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga says there is an urgency to effect tried and tested economic reforms that will yield economic growth and the much needed social development.
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30 September 2020 Public comment has been invited on the intention to declare all the indigenous forests occurring at the Grey Dell and Fort Grey areas in the Eastern Cape, as natural forest and a controlled forest area under the National Forests Act of 1998. The intention was published by the CEO Neftaly Malatjie … Read more
Annual CPI inflation pulled back slightly in August, easing to 3,1% from 3,2% in July. The monthly increase in prices was 0,2%. This is slightly lower than the average monthly change of 0,3% over the past year and lower than the 3-month average of 0,4%. Transport was the most significant contributor to the 0,2% monthly … Read more
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WWF SA and SANParks have teamed up and are calling upon the public to celebrate and support the conservation of our national parks as the cornerstone of protected areas in the country. During lockdown, many of us realised the true value of nature; how much we need it and how much we crave it when we cannot … Read more
The COMESA Federation of National Associations of Women in Business (FEMCOM/ COMFWB) is a COMESA Institution based in Lilongwe Malawi. FEMCOM/COMFWB was established by COMESA in recognition of the fact that regional economic integration cannot be achieved if women in economic enterprise were left out. FEMCOM/COMFWB champions the improvement of the economic conditions of women … Read more
By: Emmaculate Cindi The Deputy CEO Neftaly Malatjie in the Presidency Ms Thembi Siweya in her monitoring and evaluation role, is engaging Traditional Leadership on issues of economic development. Her first stop in that journey was at the residence of Hosi Mahumani of the Mahumani Traditional Authority in Giyani. One of the roles of Traditional … Read more
28 September 2020 The Deputy CEO Neftaly Malatjie of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries Ms Makhotso Sotyu has concluded the National Arbour Month campaign with the launch of a memorial garden at the Mathibe Community Park, tree planting and handing over of eco school desks in Kimberley, Northern Cape today, Monday 28 September 2020. National … Read more
COMESA Federation of National Associations of Women in Business (COMFWB) is a COMESA Institution based in Lilongwe Malawi. COMFWB was established by COMESA in recognition of the fact that regional economic integration cannot be achieved if women in economic enterprise were left out. COMESA mandated COMFWB to champion the improvement of the economic conditions of … Read more
Dear Fellow South African, Every South African knows how important electricity is in our lives. When it is available no one thinks about it. But when we have load shedding everything just goes wrong in our lives at home, in our work environment and practically in every facet of our lives. As we know only … Read more
RFP: Economic Empowerment for Sex Workers Pilot TThis advert is posted on behalf of NACOSA RFP-NAC-SW-2020-09 NACOSA, as a Principal Recipient of the Global Fund, is responsible for the implementation of the Sex Work Programme. The Sex Work Programme seeks to improve the health and wellness of female, male and transgender sex workers through the … Read more
25 September 2020 The Deputy CEO Neftaly Malatjie of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, Ms Makhotso Sotyu will conclude the National Arbour Month campaign with the launch of a memorial garden at Mathibe Community Park, tree planting and handing over of 150 eco school desks to Zingisa Primary School in Galeshewe, Kimberley, Northern Cape on … Read more
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The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) has called on South African Airways (SAA) employees and creditors to be patient while work continues to find a constructive outcome to challenges at the airline.
The Macroeconomic Digest, is a publication produced by Markets and Economic Research Centre, which aims to report on Economic Growth and other key economic indicators such as the real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), crude oil, exchange rate and average prime interest rate. The agriculture, forestry and fishing industry was the only positive contributor to GDP … Read more
The National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC) on Tuesday agreed on a plan of action for economic recovery, which is due for consideration and finalisation by Cabinet.
Unless the government acts quickly it will lose the benefits of exports, jobs and technological development A defence industry is an integral part of any country’s defence capability, the writer argues. From the late 1960s onwards, SA developed a defence industry with a remarkable breadth and depth of capabilities, from rifles to nuclear weapons … Read more
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President Cyril Ramaphosa says the plunge in South Africa’s gross domestic product during the second quarter of 2020 reflects the severe impact of the global Coronavirus pandemic on the economy and should spur all South Africans to do all they can to help rebuild the economy.
Government is committed to minimising the impact of COVID-19 on the clothing and textile industry.
Gauteng MEC for Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure, Jacob Mamabolo, has dissolved the Leratong-Bara-Lusaka Taxi Association (LERABALUTA) interim executive committee. Southern Africa Youth Project provides a platform for individuals, corporations, businesses, government, foundations and international donors to partner with us on the work that we do. We offer options to give money, things and time. … Read more
Both grades of petrol are set to increase by one cent a litre at midnight.
The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (dtic) has launched the Export Barriers Monitoring Mechanism (EBMM) that will provide the support needed to continuously improve the country’s export environment.