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Women in Business Series: Natalie Knight

Women in Business Series: Natalie Knight collector and documenter of Ndebele and Shangaan art, admitted attorney, curator of We Love Mandela exhibition at South Africa House, London in 2013 Are you satisfied with South Africa’s efforts in regards to empowering and promoting female artists? I think that there has been a vast improvement in this...
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Women in Business Series: Nthabiseng Thaba

Women in Business Series: Nthabiseng Thaba Nthabiseng Thaba says we must be willing to learn from the bottom up and get our hands dirty. As the HR Business Partner at Leroy Merlin, she’s the perfect person to give advice on career development. She talks to us about trying to achieve that ever-elusive work-life balance.Nthabiseng Thaba’s...
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Lebohang Mkhwanazi Wins Big

Lebohang Mkhwanazi Wins Big at The Annual Afrika Tikkun Services Alumni Business Summit 2020 That three of the four top spots at the Annual Alumni Business Summit 2020 were snapped up by women, aligns perfectly with Afrika Tikkun Services’ month-long celebration of women’s achievements in business. Lebohang Portia Mkhwanazi, 26, took first prize in the...
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Women in Business Series: Sue-Ann Huyser

Women in Business Series: Sue-Ann Huyser As a General Manager of Synthesis, a solutions-drive tech company, Sue-Ann Huyser is making waves in a traditionally male-dominated industry. We chatted to her about cracking the proverbial glass ceiling.Does being a woman influence the way you lead in the workplace?I believe that being a woman leader has made...
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ORIEL CAMPBELL

ADVANCED DIPLOMA MULTIMEDIA My name is Oriel Campbell and I am an Advanced Diploma Multimedia Technology Student at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) for 2020.During this trying time of the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone is anxious and unsure of what tomorrow might bring. But I am determined to finish my academic year. CPUT announced...
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Generation Unlimited

Generation Unlimited’ expands digital learning and work skills opportunities for young people in South Africa UNICEF, UNDP, Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, Future Africa at University of Pretoria, SuperSport Let’s Play, Afrika Tikkun join forces with young people to reimagine a better future post COVID-19. PRETORIA, 15 July 2020 – UNICEF, UNDP and partners today announced...
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Youth Skills & Empowerment

Acknowledging the significance of technology for youth skills development By Onyi Nwaneri, CEO of Afrika Tikkun Services Strategically recognising the importance of youth skills development, World Youth Skills Day this July highlights just how important skills development is – not just for tomorrow’s future leaders, but for us all today.It is by far one of...
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AFRIKA TIKKUN & UNICEF

Over the past few weeks we have been privileged to form part of the YoMobi Initiative where we were able to experience and learn about diversity, customer service and community service. The week-long training equipped us with the necessary skills, confidence and entrepreneurial knowledge to carry out our tasks successfully. It is through the efforts of...
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Bongani’s story

My name is Bongani Patrick Ndlovu, a 27-year-old from Soshanguve, Pretoria. Being unable to find a job and dropping out of university and college, I found myself having stress, anxiety and facing depression. I then decided to move to Johannesburg to look for job or study opportunities. But instead I found myself sleeping on the...
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