Reports

We share Reports of Southern Africa Youth Project

Southern Africa Youth Project leads in reporting on its Administrative, Management and Community Development Work.

Our work includes:

  • Annual Performance Reports
  • Board Members Report
  • Annual Statistical Reports
  • Chief Executive Officers Report
  • General Managers Report
  • Strategic Partnerships Manager Report
  • Sustainable Development Goals Reports
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Reporting to the government departments and international organisations on our work in contribution to national and international goals.

Our work contributes to National and International Goals Southern Africa Youth Project does not work alone. As our work contributes to the National and International Organisations. Southern Africa Youth Project reporting is as follows: Local Reporting: Southern Africa Youth Project operates in townships, cities and rural areas. Therefore We report to the Chiefs, Traditional Leaders, Kingdoms,

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Statistical Report 2012

SAYPRO  Overall Stats –  2012/11/1 – 2013/10/31 Organisation Southern Africa Youth Projects, 2012/11/1 – 2013/10/31 Female Male Total Beneficiaries before 434 446 880 New beneficiaries 562 592 1154 Beneficiaries Completed the program 175 220 395 Southern Africa Youth Projects  Beneficiaries serviced 996 1038 2034 SAYPRO  Skills Development 155 189 344 SAYPRO  Youth Development 851 860

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Statistical Report 2013

Reporting period 2013 Southern Africa Youth Projects   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total 01a Unique Beneficiaries attending activities – test 8 22 5 45 58 79 362 60 11 558 118 1155   Advocacy Beneficiaries attending activities Awareness Campaign & Road Shows Beneficiaries attending activities SAYPRO  Gender

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CEO Report 2013

The year 2012/13 was a remarkable learning experience for the organization where we saw transformation and development. It was a year where many dreams were achieved for our beneficiaries. Where our beneficiaries were sharing how the projects have and are still changing their lives. It was a truly “helping-the youth-help-themselves” moment. The organization team and

Statistical Report 2019

SOUTHERN AFRICA YOUTH PROJECT’S OVERALL STATS. OVERALL PERFORMANCE FEMALE MALE TOTAL Beneficiaries serviced 1631 695 2326 Beneficiaries who received proof of residency 8 2 10 Beneficiaries who get Child Support Grant 210 5 215 Beneficiaries who have an income 214 5 219 Beneficiaries who do not have an income 1417 690 2107 Beneficiaries who received

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Statistical Report 2016

Please see our Statistical Report 2016 DYP Overall Stats – 2016/4/1 – 2017/3/31 Female Male Total 1a. BEFORE Beneficiaries before 1156 719 1875 1a. CHANGE New 705 297 1002 Discharged/Left 106 40 146 1d. END Beneficiaries end 1755 976 2731 1e. NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES SERVICED Beneficiaries serviced 1861 1016 2877 2. TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLD

Integrated reporting

Southern Africa Youth Project presents the Integrated Report In this section we will present all the reports that have been submitted and published across all our portals. The reports includes: Annual Reports CEO Reports Sustainability Reports Committee Reports General Managers Reports Strategic Partnerships Reports Board Reports Statistical Reports To get more information or partner with

Strategic Partnerships Manager Report 2016

Sustainability at our HEARTS the Strategic Partnerships Manager Report 2016 Southern Africa Youth Project has travelled a long journey where we have seen so many young people changing the way they think about themselves. We have seen young people becoming independent without relying on their families for survival. We have seen Southern Africa Youth Project

Annual Report 2019

Strategic Highlights To the Bishop, Pastors, Government Officials, Political Leadership, Civil Society to our staff and beneficiaries of Southern Africa Youth Project. To all of you, I greet you in our Zionist way of “Kgotso ae be le lena (peace be with you)”.   2018 – 2019 Financial Year has been seen a year of

Annual Report 2020

Strategic Highlights To the Bishop, Pastors, Government Officials, Political Leadership, Civil Society to our staff and beneficiaries of Southern Africa Youth Project. To all of you, I greet you in our Zionist way of “Kgotso ae be le Lena (peace be with you).”   2019 – 2020 Financial Year has been a year of transformation,

Annual Report 2015

Closing the Poverty2Jobs Strategy with the Annual Report 2015 The year 2015 was an amazing time for Southern Africa Youth Project where we exited officially from Diepsloot Youth Arts and Culture Project. 2015 Annual Report Highlights Official launch of the Website Southern Africa Youth launched its first website after successful registration on 30 March 2015.

CEO Report

We are proud to present the CEO Reports for all Financial Years. In this section will be publishing all the Southern Africa Youth Project – CEO Reports by Neftaly Malatjie for quarters and the full annual reports. Our CEO reports includes: Annual CEO Report: The CEO will be reporting on the Annual Performance. Quarterly Reports:

General Managers Report

General Managers Report Southern Africa Youth Project is led by a General Manager who is appointed as per the Performance Contract. The General Manager may be responsible for subsidiary companies of Southern Africa Youth Project or Southern Africa Youth Group. The General Manager will be responsible for ensuring that all the indicators and the rules

General Managers Report 2016

The General Managers Report 2016 Presented by: Samantha Phiri The year 2016 has been an exciting journey for Southern Africa Youth Project where we launched the Poverty2Jobs Strategy. The five year strategy is going to challenge Southern Africa Youth Project to empower 10 000 young people as a pilot to review our way forward. It

General Managers Report 2019

Presenting the General Managers Report 2019 South Africa is a country of socio-economic extremes with a large percentage of the population living in poor conditions. There is continuous growth unemployment, and poverty continues to be a significant social issue amongst families within rural and some urban areas of the country. With an estimated 52.85 per

CEO Report 2019

We are proud to submit the CEO Report 2019 To the Bishop, Pastors, Government Officials, Political Leadership, Civil Society to our staff and beneficiaries of Southern Africa Youth Project. To all of you, I greet you in our Zionist way of “Kgotso ae be le lena (peace be with you)”. 2018 – 2019 Financial Year

General Managers Report 2015

Presenting the General Managers Report 2015 The year 2014 – 2015 has been seen as a mammoth task for the staff of Southern Africa Youth Project. We have been debating with the board and the management on the separation from Diepsloot Youth Arts and Culture Project to be independent. Our Founder Neftaly Malatjie went out

CEO Report 2020

Speech by Neftaly Malatjie on the CEO Report 2020 To the Bishop, Pastors, The Board, Advisory Committees, All Southern Africa Youth Project Structures, Committees, Trustees, Directors, Senior Management, Programme Staff, Administrative Staff, our partners, leaders of civil society organisations, members of Southern Africa Youth Project and members of other organisations. To all of you I

CEO Report 2017

As the founder of Southern Africa Youth Project I would like to send our most profound appreciation and gratitude to:  The youth who participated in our programs have shown massive support by participating, giving feedback, contributing voluntarily to the ongoing work that Southern Africa Youth Project has. We have seen them giving their time by

CEO Report 2015

Southern Africa Youth Project has travelled a long way since its founding in 2005; we have seen a number of youth who have changed the way they think about themselves. This was in line with the founder’s vision when he said “we strive to change the way the youth think about themselves and their communities”

CEO Report 2016

Southern Africa Youth Project has walked a long journey where we have seen ourselves changing how we do things. The reason for that is we are young, we want to move on with time. In our leadership, we have always been asked by the team the following questions: What is the future of the organization

General Managers Report 2020

General Managers Report 2020 Diepsloot Youth Project is proud to continuously contribute to the development of unemployed youth in the Diepsloot Community.   We are proud of the impact that our programmes from life skills, work readiness, skills development and job placement have done to the lives of young people.   Diepsloot Youth Project in partnership with Southern Africa 

Strategic Partnerships Manager Report 2019

Presenting the Strategic Partners Manager Report 2019 Southern Africa Youth Project has travelled a long journey where we have seen so many the youth changing the way they think about themselves. We have seen the youth becoming independent without relying on their families for survival. We have seen Southern Africa Youth Project strengthening families where

Statistical Report

Statistical Report Southern Africa Youth Project with the permission from our Chief Executive Officer Mr. Neftaly Malatjie. We are proud to present to you our Statistical Reports including our Annual Performance Activities as reported from the past. Our statistical Reports includes the following: Clients who participated. Programmes Implemented. Projects implemented and Completed. Employee Data of

Reports

We share Reports of Southern Africa Youth Project Southern Africa Youth Project leads in reporting on its Administrative, Management and Community Development Work. Our work includes: Annual Performance Reports Board Members Report Annual Statistical Reports Chief Executive Officers Report General Managers Report Strategic Partnerships Manager Report Sustainable Development Goals Reports To partner with Southern Africa

Annual Reports

We are very proud to share our Annual Reports with you In following the King III of Corporate Governance Southern Africa Youth Project produces Annual Reports which are shared with the General Public. We as an institution set up as a company and a non-profit organisation ensures that we comply with all the legislations and

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Department of Agriculture Fishing Accreditation

Department of Agriculture Accreditation​ Southern Africa Youth Project has received accreditation and licence to operate in the fishing sector. With the licence we are able to catch Tilapia Fish, breed new borns/fingerlings, then we sell to communities and those who are in need of supplies. We are accredited for the following: Fish Breeding Licence Fish

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