Afrika Tikkun Services’s CEO, Onyi Nwaneri, on SAFM on partnering with Microsoft

Listen to Afrika Tikkun Services’s CEO, Onyi Nwaneri, outlining the company’s partnership with Microsoft on the Global Skills Initiative. This initiative offers individuals who have been made economically disadvantaged by Covid-19, the opportunity to engage in different learning pathways and acquire the global skills in demand by employers. Facebook Instagram Linkedin
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LESCO Manufacturing: Championing Disability Empowerment

LESCO (Light Electrical Switch Company) Manufacturing sets a standard for companies working with young people with disabilities. There are currently 64 individuals living with disabilities working in the organisation, 90% of whom are classified as youth. We chatted to LESCO’s CEO, Jonathan Shapiro, about what drives their vision for disability empowerment.  What was the inspiration...
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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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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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Onyi Nwaneri chats to SAFM’s Songezo Mabece

Listen to our CEO in discussion with Songezo Mabece on SAFM’s ViewPoint. In it, Onyi charts some of the innovative changes the organisation has been making for young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. 8 June 2020.   To have a listen click the link below. Click here Facebook Instagram Linkedin
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Join us in the fight with pandemic

The Gauteng Department of Education would like to invite all Gauteng residing graduates and unemployed youth between the ages of 18-35 to be part of the COVID-19 Brigades Programme. Recruited Brigades will be placed in schools and government buildings to assist the Department with the following: Screening of staff and learnersData capturingMonitorin complience Click here for more...
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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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