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21
JUL

The Weekenview with Stephen Kirker

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's intervention has led to an agreement between Former President Jacob Zuma's legal counsel and that of the Commission. This after Zuma's lawyers had indicated that he would be pulling out due to his unhappiness about being cross-examined in breach of the Commission's rules. Following a meeting with the two parties, Zuma says he will continue to cooperate with the commission. this and more stories
22
JUN

COULD SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PUT A DENT ON SA’S HIGH YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE?

A recent study conducted by The Thompson Reuters Foundation has found that South Africa comes third in Africa after Egypt and Nigeria as the best place to be a social entrepreneur. As we celebrate Youth Month, today we put the spotlight on youth unemployment in South Africa and the possible solutions. According to Stats SA, four out of 10 young people do not have a job. President Cyril Ramaphosa has called the high unemployment rate among the youth, a national crisis. Could social entrepreneurship offer a solution? For more Stephen Kirker spoke to Gugu Mjadu, spokesperson for the 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year® competition sponsored by Sanlam and BUSINESS/PARTNERS and began by asking her to take us through the findings in the Thompson Reuters Foundation report

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