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Alumni Network April – Lockdown

Afrika Tikkun Services is a business enabling young people to become economically empowered by offering learnerships, training and recruitment services. We also aim to create spaces for inspiration, motivation and personal development. We understand that the current circumstances of COVID-19 lockdown may have you feeling anxious during this period, and it is completely natural to...
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Celebrating Human Rights – Meet Mishael

The month of March is a month of Human Rights. When celebrating and talking about Human Rights we need to mention an important part of them which are socio economic rights. We have asked some our young people for their opinion on socio economic rights and we would like to introduce Mishael Nonhlanhla Mabena, and...
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The JSE supports Africa Tikkun

The JSE supports Africa Tikkun which takes children from cradle to career, through the various phases of their lives by providing access to education thereby promoting independence and creating success stories. #PartnershipForGrowth #EmpowermentThroughEducation #SkillsDevelopment #FutureOfSA #ChangingLives
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Say YES! Raise your B-BBEE level

Raise your B-BBEE Level, Create Employment and Work Experience Opportunities. Change Lives - Change our Country Simply note and follow these general principles:* Y.E.S Measured Entities will    need to register with the Y.E.S Non-Profit Company* Y.E.S Measured entities need to maintain the previous B-BBEE Status Level beforeparticipating in Y.E.S (i.e. Level 4, Level 5 etc.)*...
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To all donors, partners and friends

That’s all of you who live our dream of affecting the lives of unemployed youth so positively. 2020 seems to have a different feeling to previous years. There is a sense of optimism, a positive spin that “things” will get better. Power outages are now seen as a step towards reducing global warming! Our Miss...
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COFFEE CHANGED MY LIFE

Difficult roads can sometimes lead to beautiful destinations. This is so true of my life journey so far. My Name is Phumzile Valashiya and I come from a township called Orange Farm out in Vereeniging. I have been brought up by my family and they have shown me the true meaning of love, respect and...
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2019 Matric Results – highs amid a picture of concern

Nellie Zembe, Subject Matter Expert, Child and Youth Development Programme, Afrika TikkunThis year’s Matric results were record-breaking. However, in addition to leaving our boys behind, we are losing a mass of nameless, faceless learners along the way The 2019 Matric pass rate of 81.3% is a major achievement, particularly for learners compelled to perform within...
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How Afrika Tikkun Impacts Youth Unemployment

How Afrika Tikkun Impacts Youth Unemployment Through Sustainable Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Do you know that :6.7 million people were recorded as unemployed in Q3 of 2019, a record high (up 78,000 relative to Q2 2019, and up 524,000 year-on-year), which equates to an official unemployment rate of 29.1%, up from 29.0% in Q2...
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