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Pathways for second chancers.

8 Jul 2021

If you are confused about the differences between Senior Certificate and National Senior Certificate, this resource is for you.

employment rates by gender and qualification

Employment by gender and qualification.

8 Jul 2021

Are women more qualified than men but less likely to find employment? This infographic confirms the inequalities women face in society.

Youth Capital's Action Plan to tackle youth unemployment

Youth Capital’s Action Plan.

8 Jul 2021

The Action Plan provides a shared agenda across the sector –the blueprint for tackling the crises of youth unemployment.

Youth Capital+YouthParticipation

Opinion | Why youth participation must be adopted.

30 Jun 2021

Being the largest population group in South Africa, young people should be our country’s strength; but this potential remains untapped. Collaborations between the government and youth organisations could help us get there faster, write Kristal Duncan-Williams, Pearl Pillay and Tessa Dooms on News24.

LISTEN | Young Activists are putting young people at the centre.

30 Jun 2021

Youth Capital discusses youth unemployment and solutions with Refiloe Mpakanyane and Dr. Athambile Masola on 702.

WATCH | A panel discussion on youth unemployment.

30 Jun 2021

To celebrate Youth Day, Youth Capital’s Project Lead joined a panel discussion organised by SABC, on their programme The Full View to discuss youth unemployment.

LISTEN | Policy implementation falls flat unless young people’s voices are at the centre.

17 Jun 2021

To celebrate Youth Day 2021, Youth Capital’s Project Lead Kristal Duncan-Williams spoke to Nickolaus Bauer on 702 about how youth unemployment shapes youth identity.

LISTEN | Why we need an Action Plan to solve youth unemployment.

17 Jun 2021

In this interview with Khaya Sithole on Youth Day, Youth Capital’s Project Lead Kristal Duncan-Williams unpacks the need for a shared strategy to tackle youth unemployment.

Youth Capital and The Daily Vox bring you #BeTheDrivingForce Campaign.

14 May 2021

On June 16 2021, Youth Day will be commemorated in South Africa. 45 years ago, black South Africans students were massacred by the police as they fought against Bantu education. This day commemorates and remembers their struggles. In 2021, 45 years from June 17 1976, the truth is that most young people are still struggling against the […]

LISTEN | NIDS CRAM Wave 4 findings confirm the need for an academic catch up plan.

14 May 2021

Before the pandemic hit, hundreds of thousands of young South African every year would drop out, repeated grades, pushed grades without a plan to learn the material. Before COVID-19, our system had problems assisting learners to catch up, and now the problem has only been exacerbated.  According to the National Income Dynamics Study – Coronavirus Rapid Mobile […]

2021 Youth Capital Influencer Info Pack

7 May 2021

Applications for the 2021 Youth Capital Influencer Programme are open. Are you passionate about finding solutions to youth unemployment? Read more about the Programme and how you can join.

Listen | Latest research shows the gender gap in employment.

28 Apr 2021

What happens when young people don’t pass matric? In 2016 the Department of Basic Education launched the Second Chance Matric Programme, designed to give young people a second chance at obtaining their matric qualification. However, many young people are unaware of this opportunity. There is little information in the public domain as the Department doesn’t report […]

Listen | Internships, Learnerships and the World of Work.

23 Apr 2021

In this radio interview with Clement Manyathela on 702, Youth Capital discusses internships.

Matrics ‘on the Fringe’: a Review of the Second Chance Matric Programme.

11 Apr 2021

A matric certificate increases the likelihood of young people’s ability to secure work. But What happens when learners drop out of school before obtaining their matric certificate? Matrics ‘on the Fringe’ looks at the Second Chance Matric Programme by the Department of Basic Education.

School Assistants, School Management and the Basic Education Employment Intervention.

31 Mar 2021

Who are school assistants? Towards the end of 2020, the Department of Basic Education recruited over 300 000 Education Assistants and General Assistants for the Basic Education Employment Initiative (BEEI). This initiative is part of the Presidential Employment Stimulus Plan, designed to confront the economic impact of the pandemic by creating new opportunities for growth and […]

How do I apply for the NYDA board?

29 Mar 2021

The National Youth Development Agency represents the interests of young South Africans – applications for its board are now open. If you’re thinking about applying, we tell you how in this post.

The Second Chance Matric Programme: All you need to know about the matric re-write.

18 Mar 2021

Did you fail matric or are you planning to rewrite some subjects? We have rounded up all the information you need to register for the Second Chance Matric Programme.

Technical Report : Second Chance Matric Opportunities

12 Mar 2021

A matric certificate makes all the difference for young job-seekers. What can we do to improve their chances to succeed in school? In this technical brief, Prof. Martin Gustafsson from Research on Socio-Economic Policy (RESEP) outlines some urgent solutions.

Research | Matrics ‘on the Fringe’: a Review of the Second Chance Programme.

10 Mar 2021

Latest research by Youth Capital and Stellenbosch University’s Research on Social and Economic Policy (ReSEP) for the first time provides evidence that at any time, 250 000 young people are working towards a matric certificate outside of the full-time schooling system; but these young people are not reported by the Department of Basic Education. 

Opinion | Dear Minister Mboweni, help young people shift gears for our country’s recovery.

24 Feb 2021

For real economic recovery, we need to change the trajectory of how young people find and keep work. How can the Budget Speech address this? Write Kristal Duncan-Williams and Clotilde Angelucci.

Matric 2021 | How to cope with anxiety and how to rewrite.

19 Feb 2021

Are you nervous about waiting for your matric results? We have some tips on how to cope with stress and making a plan to re-write.

The National Youth Development Agency Amendment Bill: proposed key amendments.

5 Feb 2021

If you are wondering what does the National Youth Development Agency represent and why was it established, this post is for you? We also include the key proposed amendments from the Amendment Bill. You can give feedback until the 15 February 2021.

Media Statement: Our #ShiftTheDate petition and the search for clarity regarding matric 2020 re-write exams.

3 Feb 2021

Youth Capital released a petition on Friday 29 January 2021 to call on the DBE to #ShiftTheDate for the 2020 National Senior Certificate (NSC) Matric candidates to register to re-write their final exams. We have now taken down the petition and have clarified the process of registration with an official at the Department of Basic Education. We sincerely apologise if our petition created any more confusion – our intention was to raise what we believed to be an urgent issue for young South Africans.

Why we’re asking to #ShiftTheDate of the matric rewrite registration.

30 Jan 2021

This post was originally created to address the deadline to register for a National Senior Certificate matric re-write, which the Youth Capital team had understood to be on 28 February 2021. After calls and emails to the Department of Basic Education, we clarified that the cutoff date for the NSC is 12 March via manual registrations; the deadline for the Senior Certificate is 28 February for online registrations and 12 March for manual registrations at a distric office.

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