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2020 Youth Capital Influencer Yearbook Final

10 Dec 2020

The Youth Capital Influencers Year Book tells the stories of young leaders who are committed to advocate for solutions to youth unemployment.

Unlocking youth power through mentoring | Sandrine and SAYes.

20 Aug 2020

Sandrine shares her story on how SAYes mentors gave her the support and strength to navigate school and make decisions for her future career.

Word of Mouth | Assisting Female Entrepreneurs in the Informal Economy.

10 Aug 2020

Before the Coronavirus lockdown, looking for a job was a difficult undertake for the average young South African. With high barriers into the formal economy, jobs in the informal could open up opportunities for young people. Word of Mouth is amplifying the power in the sector.

Opinion | Before, during and after Covid-19: An academic catch up plan for South African learners.

6 Aug 2020

COVID-19 has turned the spotlight on the challenges learners face in schools. The ongoing lockdown means that different learners have access to different resources. We need a catch up plan to support all learners to learn equally.

Bridge the Info Gap | Finding Your Calling on a Rocky Road

3 Aug 2020

When leaving school Ferronique struggled to find a job. With the help of Umuzi. she found her calling to becoming a coder at BBD while on a rocky road. 

Make Public Employment Work | Unlock the power of the social economy.

30 Jul 2020

How the Community Works Programme provided Grachin with skills that helped her get a job in a school library, and work as a facilitator for a reading programme. 

A Second Chance at the Matric Exam: Ukhanyo Foundation.

9 Jul 2020

Philippi based Ukhanyo Foundation was started in January 2019 of its founder’s commitment to support young people to reach their dreams, starting with completing their matric exam through the Second Chance Programme.

Best Practices When Looking for a Job.

22 Jun 2020

Do you struggle with making your work experience count when responding to job vacancies? How can you start growing your social network as a student?Job Advice SA founder Tim Barry and Career Coach Ennie Chipembere answer some of our questions on challenges we face when looking for a job.

Listen | Why we need an academic catch-up plan now.

4 Jun 2020

With the Department of Basic Education’s plan to reopen school with a phased-in approach, in an interview on 702, Youth Capital stresses the importance of an academic catch-up plan to ensure that no learners are left behind.

Listen | No learner should be left behind.

28 May 2020

How can we ensure that the back to school plan of the Department of Basic Education ensures that all learners can learn equally? Kristal Duncan-Williams speaks to Lester Kiewit and a Grade 12 students on Cape Talk about the need for an academic catch-up plan that responds to the real needs of our learners. 

WhatsApp Chat | The importance of a routine and setting boundaries during the pandemic.

8 May 2020

In our latest Mental Health Webinar with Clinical Pshycologist and Mental Health Consultant Alexa Scher, we discussed the importance of setting a routine and managing healthy relationships during lockdown.

Repetition, Progression and the Need for a Catch-up Plan.

6 May 2020

South Africa’s education policy has repetition constraints and progression criteria. Find out why having a catch-up strategy for progressed students is critical in supporting them for a successful education journey.

#TheNewNormal of lockdown in South Africa

24 Apr 2020

In our latest WhatsApp Webinar on Public Health, Dr Kerrin Begg shines some light on the latest development of Level 4 of South Africa’s risk-adjusted strategy. If you’re wondering about masks and the Coronavirus vaccine, this is for you!

#DataPrices: Understanding the Data Commission.

20 Apr 2020

To understand the current conversation on data prices and the Competition Commission, Jan Vermeulen, Editor of MyBroadband, helps us understand South Africa’s situation on data prices set by different operators, zero-rating, and the proposed life-line bundles.

Opinion | South Africa’s digital divide detrimental to the youth.

20 Apr 2020

Without the means and data to leverage lockdown as a time to grow, COVID-19 reinforces how SA’s data-divide remains a barrier to young people’s progress and potential to learn, writes Kristal Duncan-Williams on the Mail & Guardian.

Opinion | South Africa’s digital divide detrimental to the youth.

20 Apr 2020

Without the means and data to leverage lockdown as a time to grow, COVID-19 reinforces how SA’s data-divide remains a barrier to young people’s progress and potential to learn.

The National Youth Policy draft 2030 needs you(th) to be a success.

15 Apr 2020

The National Youth Policy 2030 is open for comments. In this  post we breakdown the components of the NYP2030 to make sure that we all understand its  objective, key focus areas and time frame and the role we play as young people in giving direction and input on how to make the policy happen. 

#ItsOkayNotToBeOkay: Understanding Mental Health during COVID-19.

9 Apr 2020

The Pandemic and consequent lockdown has put a heavy spin on our lives and a burden on our mental health. Alexa Scher, a Clinical Psychologist, joined us for our weekly Public Health webinar to understand what mental health is and what we can do to support ourselves and the people we love through these difficult and uncertain times.

 

 

#21LockdownSA: Ask us!

27 Mar 2020

Youth Capital’s Network Mobiliser Lethiwe Nkosi and Dr Hapiloe Maranyane hosted a WhatsApp Webinar with 250 young South Africans. During the webinar, Lethiwe explained the rules of the 21 days of Lockdown while Hapiloe Maranyane answered some questions about the medical aspects of the virus. If you’ve been wondering why the next 21 days are critical for our country, this post is for you!

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Listen | Why data prices matter to young job-seekers.

20 Mar 2020

Stephen Grootes hosted a mediated conversation on the fall of data prices following Vodacom’s agreement with the Competition Commission on his breakfast show, SAfm Sunrise.
He was joined by Youth Capital’s Project Lead Kristal Duncan-Williams, Jan Vermeulen (Editor of MyBroadBand), Dr. Keabetswe Modimoeng (Acting Chair of The Council of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) and Koketso Moeti (Founder of Amandla Mobi).

How to Flatten the Curve: Q & A on the Corona Virus in South Africa

19 Mar 2020

This post is based on a WhatsApp Webinar hosted by Youth Capital’s Project Lead and Public Health Researcher Kristal Duncan-Williams with 250 young South Africans. During the webinar, Kristal explained the facts about the virus, safety measures to adopt and busted the myths around that. If you’ve been wondering on whether ‘to mask or not to mask’, this post is for you!

Listen | How lower data prices could make job seeking affordable.

13 Mar 2020

Youth Capital Project Lead Kristal Duncan-Williams chats to Ray White on the Azania Mosaka Show about what else is needed to ensure that  lower data prices and zero-rated websites are effective in making job-seeking affordable.

Listen | How young people can shift gears on youth unemployment.

6 Mar 2020

Youth Capital’s Project Lead Kristal Duncan-Williams engaged in a very interesting conversation with Songezo Macebe on The View Point, the evening show on SAFm. 

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