Young Entrepreneurs

We shine a light on five youth development initiatives that have the ability to change the South African economy and the lives of our youth by giving them the tools and education they need to survive and thrive as entrepreneurs.

SAICA Enterprise Development is looking for entrepreneurs who are keen to invest time in developing skills for their businesses’ sustainable growth.

Whether you own your own business or are an aspiring environmental entrepreneur, listen up. 

If you’re thinking of starting a business in 2018, check out our Small Business Booklet below to see if you’ve got what it takes.

MTN Group is looking for startups that are either building a sustainable Africa through digital solutions for health, education, agriculture, fintech, energy and IoT, or enabling businesses through digital solutions for religion, sport, news and e-commerce.

The Tshepo 1 Million programme has ushered in a season of hope for the youth of Gauteng, with over 473 000 young people having benefitted to date.

The RAF is contributing to road safety and youth employment through a program to build a cadre of young professional drivers for the freight and public transport industry in SA.

MHAH

Do you have a passion for marketing (including social media) and promotions? Are you ready to make friends, improve your mental and physical health, and develop new skills along the way?

For the South African economy to thrive, young people must be given opportunities to explore their talents and unleash their creative potential, says Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe.

The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship is the first academic Centre in Africa dedicated to advancing social innovation and entrepreneurship.

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