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Kristal Duncan-Williams from Youth Capital spoke to Careers Portal and explained what Youth Capital is, what they do, and how it can help matriculants face challenges. If you are interested in what she had to say, then keep on reading.

 


The day for Matric results to be released is near and there are definitely Matrics out there who are shivering in their boots but no worries, there is always a Plan B. Careers Portal sat down to chat with Kristal Duncan-Williams, the Project Lead at Youth Capital on Matric results, matric rewrites and youth unemployment.


According to Business Process Enabling South Africa (BPESA), a non-profit organisation responsible for promoting South Africa as a services delivery destination,  there has never been a better time than now for South Africa to secure sizeable and scalable business services projects and for the tech sector particularly to create meaningful employment opportunities. According to BPESA CEO Andy Searle, the country has seen a 22 percent annual increase in international business services (GBS) projects over the past four years. Various private and state sponsored youth training initiatives along with economic shifts have favourably positioned the country as a  global destination for outsourced projects. 

 


2020/21 to 2021/22 Internship Programme applications are invited for a 24 months period Internship contract.

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