FOUR-DAY WORK WEEK: A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO STIMULATE YOUTH EMPLOYMENT & BOOST PRODUCTIVITY

The four-day work week could offer a unique solution to unemployment while taking the pressure off South Africa’s stressed-out workers, according to Afrika Tikkun Services (ATS): a youth advisory, training, recruitment, and placement organisation. This follows the announcement of a ground-breaking project set to be piloted in South Africa (SA), which will see employers trial...
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ATS CEO ANNOUNCED AS A FINALIST AT THE 2022 ANNUAL STANDARD BANK TOP WOMEN’S AWARDS

Afrika Tikkun Services (ATS) is proud to announce the nomination of its phenomenal CEO, Ms. Onyi Nwaneri, as one of the finalists at the 19th Annual Standard Bank Top Women’s Awards 2022. Ms. Nwaneri has been nominated in the Top Gendered Empowered Organisations: Youth Development category, for her outstanding work and relentless efforts in that...
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Budding entrepreneurs compete in Afrika Tikkun Services 2022 Business Summit

Afrika Tikkun Services (ATS) hosted its 4th Annual Alumni Entrepreneur Network Business Summit, on 10 September 2022, celebrating their ingenious entrepreneurs. The Summit provided young entrepreneurs with an opportunity to pitch or present their business ideas to a panel of judges and a chance to win various prizes including mentorships, training courses, or equipment to...
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Levelling the playing field for tomorrow’s leaders

According to the old African adage, if you educate a man, you educate an individual. But if you educate a woman, you educate a nation. As a nation, South Africa boasts a robust and progressive Constitution, providing a bouquet of fundamental human rights. Not enough South Africans are privy to the inalienable rights that are...
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Developing our youth above and beyond the poverty line

South Africa is a developing nation fraught with staggering social, economic, and political challenges. Many challenges plaguing our nation have a direct, negative, and often debilitating effect/impact on our youth. According to research, a fifth of the global population is under the age of 25 and resides in sub-Saharan Africa. Sub-Saharan Africa is considered the...
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Levelling the playing field for tomorrow’s leaders

According to the old African adage, if you educate a man, you educate an individual. But if you educate a woman, you educate a nation. As a nation, South Africa boasts a robust and progressive Constitution, providing a bouquet of fundamental human rights. Not enough South Africans are privy to the inalienable rights that are...
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BLSA and partners help address unemployment

outh Africa’s unemployment rate is at an alarming 35.3%, according to Statistics South Africa’s 2021 fourth quarter Quarterly Labour Force Survey.“Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through their Beyond Advocacy Fund (BAF), have partnered with Afrika Tikkun Services to work towards alleviating unemployment,” says Olivier Serrao, executive...
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Columba Leadership, Afrika Tikkun Services and ImpactSA highlight African Youth Leaders

On 16 June we reflect on the tragic events of the 1976 Soweto uprising, and during the month of June, we celebrate the youth of our country – their potential, their future and their achievements.ImpactSA, together with Columba Leadership and Afrika Tikkun Services are launching a campaign in which we profile African youth leaders and...
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Workers’ Day: Onus on staff to upskill themselves

Skills development and recruitment company Afrika Tikkun Services (ATS) said workers must take responsibility and rise to the task of developing the skills that will keep them relevant and beneficial to the home and the economy. The controversial national minimum wage (NMW) might offer a small victory to workers, but it has compromised the ability...
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Upskilling of workers is essential in a shrinking economy and job market

The Covid-19 pandemic has challenged long-term ideals that society has largely held around wage, employment and the value of work. Yet, workers have the power to determine their own economic destiny while contributing to the greater good of society. The culture of mediocrity, which has plagued government and privately employed labour, has resulted in a serious...
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