Applications for virtual out-of-school JA Africa Regional Company of the Year are open

Calling Youth Enterprise Development 2017 and 2018 Alumni to apply for online JA Africa Regional Company of the Year competition Are you a JASA Youth Enterprise Development Programme graduate of 2017 or 2018? Have you started a company that provides a product or service or are you developing your business idea? Can you submit your […]

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From 1979 to 2019: Four decades of empowering youth

From 1979 to 2019: Four decades of empowering youth JA South Africa was established in 1979 as a nationwide, autonomous, non-profit organisation, supported by Junior Achievement Worldwide (JA), which was established in the United States in 1919. Thus, 2019 marks our local 40th anniversary and global 100th anniversary. Early days JASA’s story began at the […]

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UPS funded Be Entrepreneurial programme reaches 280 high school learners

UPS funded Be Entrepreneurial programme reaches 280 high school learners Due to generous funding by UPS, several high schools – including Immaculata Secondary In Diepkloof, Soweto, Ponelopele Oracle Secondary in Ivory Park, Fundulwazi Secondary in Sebokeng and Relebogile Secondary in Carltonville – were earmarked for the JA Be Entrepreneurial Programme, which will reach 280 students […]

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JASA’s KwaZulu-Natal Stakeholders Breakfast, hosted by Investec, was a resounding success

JASA held a Stakeholders Breakfast in Umhlanga, at the offices of our long-term partner Investec, on Friday 31st August Not only was this an opportunity to connect with enduring partners and funders but also to forge new relationships. We were honoured by the attendance of our guests, who included representatives from the Department of Education, […]

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