THE TEEN ENTREPRENEUR BLOG

801, 2016

You finally got your matric results, What now?

January 8th, 2016|Categories: Articles for Parents, Articles for Teens, Home|Tags: , , , |

So you finally got your matric results and are sighing with relief that your high school days are now a thing of the past? Well, gone too are the days [...]

2409, 2015

PRIVATE SECTOR CONTRIBUTION BOOST FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE WESTERN CAPE!

September 24th, 2015|Categories: Home, Topical Articles|

Entrepreneurship is fast becoming a key pillar in the growth of the South African economy. While the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report released in January this year shows that conditions [...]

902, 2015

SA’s youth challenges can be solved through entrepreneurship

February 9th, 2015|Categories: Articles for Parents, Articles for Teens, Home|

The first time I went to Khayelitsha was on a Sunday afternoon. I had spent the day lazing around, when a friend called to say he was going there to drop somebody off and asked if I wanted to tag along. In a heartbeat I said yes; it had been almost 3 years since I moved to Cape Town, and I had never been to this township that I had heard so much about.

902, 2015

Equal opportunities for the Youth of South Africa – How much has changed since 1994?

February 9th, 2015|Categories: Articles for Parents, Articles for Teens, Home|

As I write this, I’m having a drink with my colleague Nick Owsley, a graduate with an Honours Degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Cape Town. With Human Rights Day approaching I can’t help but think how fortunate our generation is. A mere 18 years ago, in South Africa it was regarded as breaking the law for a black person to have a drink with a white person in many watering holes – how far we have come since then.

902, 2015

Internships meet the needs of business and grads

February 9th, 2015|Categories: Articles for Teens, Home|

Internships are becoming increasingly popular in the working world, both for graduates looking to gain working experience, and for businesses looking for more hands on deck. In this article, we share a story of IT company owner, Nirvesh Sooful of African Ideas, and GAP intern Mapaseka Dipale who are both benefiting from internship.