As part of our Vuk’uzenzele series, we will look at how ordinary South Africans can play their part and use their entrepreneurial skills to not only better their lives. We kick-off with a guide on how to start your own business.
From humble beginnings as a feeding scheme in the 1980s, Siyabonga Africa has grown to include entrepreneurship programmes and business skills that incorporate food security.
Vocational training gives people options other than studying at a university. Increased efforts from the government in this sector could help to empower people with skills development and contribute positively to employment rates.
The lack of communication skills is one of the major challenges youth face in looking for work and growing their careers. Giving Wings has devised a programme to teach these arts, which it offers through workshops in Olievenhoutbosch.