Property Sector Careers Could be Key to Reducing Youth Unemployment in South Africa

Property Sector Careers Could be Key to Reducing Youth Unemployment in South Africa: Shaun Rademeyer, CEO , MulitNET Home Loans Photo: In House South Africa is facing a crisis of high and rising youth unemployment. Only 1 in 3 young people of working age is employed. This distressing statistic not only plays out through the limited earnings potential and future prospects of these youth, but also emerges in stymied business growth. This number could, however, be minimised if the public and private sector join forces to build a supportive … [Read more...]

Free Study Hacks Book for all Students in South Africa

Free Study Hacks Book for all Students in South Africa: Durban, South Africa – Presto, a youth-owned business, has an app which provides access to study guides written by the top performing students in South Africa. To celebrate Youth Day, for two days only, Presto is giving away their study hacks guide for free (worth R100) to all learners in South Africa. This book is packed with the best study strategies by the top performing students in South Africa, including a Rhodes Scholar and a learner who came first for Matric in 2012. “We … [Read more...]

126 million litres of milk consumed “loose” in South Africa every year

126 million litres of milk consumed “loose” in South Africa every year: 126 million litres of milk consumed “loose” in South Africa every year This twentieth World Milk Day on June 1, a United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) day, once again encouraged milk and dairy consumption as part of a daily diet. Milk and dairy are important sources of nutrition for many of Africa’s inhabitants yet, in South Africa where more than 1,7 billion litres are produced annually, more than 126 million litres of milk are consumed untreated and … [Read more...]

South African Adaptive Surfing Championships at New Pier, Durban

South African Adaptive Surfing Championships at New Pier, Durban: Some of the Adaptive Surfing crew after prize-giving. Two-time world champion Antony Smyth from Cape Town won the Build for Better Adaptive South African Surfing Championship held at New Pier in Durban over the weekend. In the final, Smyth, who won gold at the ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship in 2016 and 2018, took on long-time rival and friend Jean-Paul Veaudry from East London in 2-4 foot surf and freshening onshores. Six champions were crowned at the Championship in … [Read more...]