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General Electric (GE) has announced their ‘Next Engineers’ programme which will see a $2.5 million investment from the organisation for a global initiative focused on increasing the diversity of young people in engineering.
RES4Africa and AVSI with the support of Enel Green Power, in partnership with UNEP and SEforAll gave African youth the opportunity to make recommendations to high-level institutions and policy makers for future decisions on energy and climate change.
Twenty-five-year old Eyethu Mabena is part of a cohort of eight youth being trained as wind turbine service technicians under the stewardship of the South African Renewable Energy Technology Centre.
June is Youth Month in South Africa and this year the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) is reflecting on the importance for access to energy for all South Africans. SANEDI Interim CEO, Lethabo Manamela writes on the challenges the youth of today face in accessing electricity and its ripple effects.
A solar photovoltaic green skills, enterprise development and sustainability research programme will be implemented by UP's Future Africa and Nepoworx after the two signed a MOU in May.
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) has announced the launch of the second edition of the DBSA Youth Challenge, a competition aimed at harnessing innovative solutions from young people in South Africa to help address infrastructure challenges.
In South Africa in celebration of Youth Day we reflect on the strength of youth in our struggle for democracy, but what of the youth of today?
Statistics SA recently revealed that youth unemployment remains unacceptably high in the first quarter of 2018. While South Africa’s unemployment rate is high for both the youth and adults, the unemployment rate among young...