Sowetan Live: Workforce Development Project successfully addresses unemployment in Cape Town

The Lulaway Workforce Development Project – funded by the City of Cape Town – is in the middle of a three-year training programme to assist jobseekers prepare for the world of work. The City of Cape Town says that the programme is a success story of how working with partners can overcome the challenges of unemployment. Read full story here. 

Africa Live – CGTN: Lulaway enables over 2000 youth to find jobs in Cape Town

The Lulaway workforce development project with the City of Cape Town has already placed over 2000 unemployed youth into work opportunities. Watch the full story here.

BusinessTech: 3 of the best entry-level jobs to get into in South Africa

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SAFM: Can SMEs help eradicate youth unemployment?

Errol Freeman talks about the role of SME’s in the eradication of youth unemployment in SA on the Jet Set Breakfast Show on SAFM.

Channel Africa: How can the country change the tide for the youth unemployment problem?

Errol Freeman, Lulaway Director, participates in a panel discussion on the issue of the high youth unemployment rate following the celebration of youth month on SABC’s Channel Africa.

eNCA: Speed Dating for Entrepreneurs gives hope to unemployed youth

Lulaway and Raizcorp held the first ever Speed Dating for Entreprenuers event. Watch the full story on eNCA below.

 

Kyknet: Why a centralized labour exchange is key to solving unemployment

Lulaway Executive Errol Freeman chats to Kyknet’s Divan Botha  about the importance of a centralized labour exchange in solving youth unemployment. Watch the full interview here.

 

The Money Show: Lulaway CEO Jake Willis says there are jobs available for young people

Lulaway CEO Jake Willis talks to Bruce Whitefield on the Money Show about the story behind Lulaway and what opportunities are available to young people even in current economic conditions. Listen to the full interview here