City Press: Why TVETs have increased opportunities to find work

Lulaway CEO Jake Willis explains why graduates from Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges now have increased chances of employment. Read the full article here

RiseFM: Skills that young people need to succeed in 2020

Lulaway CEO Jake Willis identifies the primary skills young people need to succeed in the labour market.

Daily Sun: How to succeed in your first job

Business Report: Is urbanisation the answer to youth unemployment?

Jake Willis, Lulaway’s CEO, describes how employment in urban areas can create the sustainable growth the economy needs. Read the full article here

Bizcommunity: Changing expectations and perceptions are key to youth unemployment

Lulaway CEO, Jake Willis, shares insights into the potential benefits of leaving school early. Read full article on Bizcommunity here.

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

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.