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JA South Africa is proud to announce our 2021 Company of the Year country winners

  JA South Africa is excited to announce our 2021 Company of Year country winners, Keyscape. KeyScape sells key-tag trackers. The key-tag tracker allows one to find lost items with ease, simply attaching the tracker to items like keys, wallets, and handbags. The device is synchronised with the “iTag” or “iSearching” application from any smartphone […]

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How to teach the youth entrepreneurial skills

Concerning data released by the Statistics South Africa quarterly labour force survey in the 2nd quarter of 2021 indicate that the country’s unemployment rate has hit a new record high of 34.4% from 32.6% in the previous quarter. This is the highest jobless rate in the past decade, with youth unemployment rate, measuring job-seekers between […]

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JA South Africa’s More than Money Programme receives a nod from MMF and GDED

JA South Africa (formerly Junior Achievement SA) is delighted to partner with Momentum Metropolitan Foundation (MMF) in implementing the JA More than Money programme. The partnership has seen over 360 grades 6-7 learners from Chivirikani Primary School in Katlehong and at Theo Twala Primary School in Springs empowered with financial literacy skills. JA’s More than […]

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JA South Africa in partnership Itirele Trust accelerates Women in Business

JA South Africa in partnership with Itirele Trust has empowered 16 young women through the JA South Africa Entrepreneurship Accelerator Programme. The programme, which was implemented at Jerry Moloi Library Daveyton, Etwatwa ran from March to June 2021 and was hosted by Ekasi Net Organisation. The programme focused on empowering female tertiary graduates and women […]

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The Google.Org sponsorship will upskill 500 disadvantaged youth with much needed IT skills JA South Africa is delighted to receive sponsorship from Google.org to provide scholarships, instructional support, and wraparound support for young South Africans. The grant, valued at R 1,5 million, will see 500 disadvantaged youth across Gauteng, Limpopo, Eastern Cape and Western Cape […]

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JA is proud to announce the completion of our Be Entrepreneurial Programme, by 100 learners from Masiqhakaze Secondary school, in Thembisa. The Be Entrepreneurial Programme teaches learners the concept of entrepreneurship by introducing learners to experiential entrepreneurship, product development, advertising and business planning, whilst simultaneously getting a head start on their economic and management science […]

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