More than 150 youth from the rural parts Mpumalanga are hoping to escape the unemployment statistics. They graduated from vocational training skills in manufacturing and clothing making among others.
And SETA has invested at least three million Rand for youth skills development This as the country’s unemployment rate stands at a staggering 27 percent. In his state of the nation address in the 6th Parliament – President Cyril Ramaphosa promises two million jobs for the youth in the next 10 years.
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