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2015-07-07 06:01
MOT SA boardmember Kubeshini Govender, Mauricio de Faria, Debbie Schäfer and Prof Eltie Links, chairperson of MOT SA, with a few of the MOT youngsters.

MOT SA boardmember Kubeshini Govender, Mauricio de Faria, Debbie Schäfer and Prof Eltie Links, chairperson of MOT SA, with a few of the MOT youngsters.

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MOT South Africa, a NPO that facilitates a life-skills programme among the youth, held its sixth annual general meeting in Bellville on Monday 22 June.

The Western Cape minister of education Debbie Schäfer was the keynote speaker.

The meeting was attended by 168 members, including MOT presenters, principals at TVET colleges and high schools and MOT youth members. It was held during national Youth Month, focusing on MOT’s core focus: Strengthening the courage and life-skills of the youth.

The meeting was opened by Prof Eltie Links, the chairperson of MOT SA, followed by presentations from five youngsters on their experiences, challenges and lessons they have learnt, including how MOT has influenced them.

Schäfer started her speech by highlighting the lack of positive rolemodels and a sense of belonging among the youth.

“We have to give people confidence and a sense of belonging. We need to give them a hand and lift them up out of their vulnerable situations. We need courage,” she said, impressed with the positive energy and excitement of the youngsters present.

“I am pleased to see the results of this project on the youth who are living under the most difficult of circumstances. I am looking forward to continue a partnership with MOT and encourage education department officials to partner with this project. Young people are South Africa’s future,” said Schäfer.

MOT SA CEO Wanda Möller presented the 2014 annual report and the audited annual financial statements were presented by Mauricio de Faria, partner at RSM Betty and Dickson.

Möller acknowledged and thanked the presenters, corporate partners and sponsors for their essential contributions to make their work with the youth possible.

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For more information on MOT South Africa, visit www.mot.org.za, call 021 696 6610 or email wanda@­mot.org.za.

MOT South Africa, a NPO that facilitates a life-skills programme among the youth, held its sixth annual general meeting in Bellville on Monday 22 June.

The Western Cape minister of education Debbie Schäfer was the keynote speaker.

The meeting was attended by 168 members, including MOT presenters, principals at TVET colleges and high schools and MOT youth members. It was held during national Youth Month, focusing on MOT’s core focus: Strengthening the courage and life-skills of the youth.

The meeting was opened by Prof Eltie Links, the chairperson of MOT SA, followed by presentations from five youngsters on their experiences, challenges and lessons they have learnt, including how MOT has influenced them.

Schäfer started her speech by highlighting the lack of positive rolemodels and a sense of belonging among the youth.

“We have to give people confidence and a sense of belonging. We need to give them a hand and lift them up out of their vulnerable situations. We need courage,” she said, impressed with the positive energy and excitement of the youngsters present.

“I am pleased to see the results of this project on the youth who are living under the most difficult of circumstances. I am looking forward to continue a partnership with MOT and encourage education department officials to partner with this project. Young people are South Africa’s future,” said Schäfer.

MOT SA CEO Wanda Möller presented the 2014 annual report and the audited annual financial statements were presented by Mauricio de Faria, partner at RSM Betty and Dickson.

Möller acknowledged and thanked the presenters, corporate partners and sponsors for their essential contributions to make their work with the youth possible.

V

For more information on MOT South Africa, visit www.mot.org.za, call 021 696 6610 or email wanda@­mot.org.za.

MOT South Africa, a NPO that facilitates a life-skills programme among the youth, held its sixth annual general meeting in Bellville on Monday 22 June.

The Western Cape minister of education Debbie Schäfer was the keynote speaker.

The meeting was attended by 168 members, including MOT presenters, principals at TVET colleges and high schools and MOT youth members. It was held during national Youth Month, focusing on MOT’s core focus: Strengthening the courage and life-skills of the youth.

The meeting was opened by Prof Eltie Links, the chairperson of MOT SA, followed by presentations from five youngsters on their experiences, challenges and lessons they have learnt, including how MOT has influenced them.

Schäfer started her speech by highlighting the lack of positive rolemodels and a sense of belonging among the youth.

“We have to give people confidence and a sense of belonging. We need to give them a hand and lift them up out of their vulnerable situations. We need courage,” she said, impressed with the positive energy and excitement of the youngsters present.

“I am pleased to see the results of this project on the youth who are living under the most difficult of circumstances. I am looking forward to continue a partnership with MOT and encourage education department officials to partner with this project. Young people are South Africa’s future,” said Schäfer.

MOT SA CEO Wanda Möller presented the annual report and the audited annual financial statements were presented by Mauricio de Faria, partner at RSM Betty and Dickson.

Möller acknowledged and thanked the presenters, corporate partners and sponsors for their essential contributions to make their work with the youth possible.

V

For more information on MOT South Africa, visit www.mot.org.za, call 021 696 6610 or email wanda@­mot.org.za.

MOT South Africa, a NPO that facilitates a life-skills programme among the youth, held its sixth annual general meeting in Bellville on Monday 22 June.

The Western Cape minister of education Debbie Schäfer was the keynote speaker.

The meeting was attended by 168 members, including MOT presenters, principals at TVET colleges and high schools and MOT youth members. It was held during national Youth Month, focusing on MOT’s core focus: Strengthening the courage and life-skills of the youth.

The meeting was opened by Prof Eltie Links, the chairperson of MOT SA, followed by presentations from five youngsters on their experiences, challenges and lessons they have learnt, including how MOT has influenced them.

Schäfer started her speech by highlighting the lack of positive rolemodels and a sense of belonging among the youth.

“We have to give people confidence and a sense of belonging. We need to give them a hand and lift them up out of their vulnerable situations. We need courage,” she said, impressed with the positive energy and excitement of the youngsters present.

“I am pleased to see the results of this project on the youth who are living under the most difficult of circumstances. I am looking forward to continue a partnership with MOT and encourage education department officials to partner with this project. Young people are South Africa’s future,” said Schäfer.

MOT SA CEO Wanda Möller presented the 2014 annual report and the audited annual financial statements were presented by Mauricio de Faria, partner at RSM Betty and Dickson.

Möller acknowledged and thanked the presenters, corporate partners and sponsors for their essential contributions to make their work with the youth possible.

V

For more information on MOT South Africa, visit www.mot.org.za, call 021 696 6610 or email wanda@­mot.org.za.

MOT South Africa, a NPO that facilitates a life-skills programme among the youth, held its sixth annual general meeting in Bellville on Monday 22 June.

The Western Cape minister of education Debbie Schäfer was the keynote speaker.

The meeting was attended by 168 members, including MOT presenters, principals at TVET colleges and high schools and MOT youth members. It was held during national Youth Month, focusing on MOT’s core focus: Strengthening the courage and life-skills of the youth.

The meeting was opened by Prof Eltie Links, the chairperson of MOT SA, followed by presentations from five youngsters on their experiences, challenges and lessons they have learnt, including how MOT has influenced them.

Schäfer started her speech by highlighting the lack of positive rolemodels and a sense of belonging among the youth.

“We have to give people confidence and a sense of belonging. We need to give them a hand and lift them up out of their vulnerable situations. We need courage,” she said, impressed with the positive energy and excitement of the youngsters present.

“I am pleased to see the results of this project on the youth who are living under the most difficult of circumstances. I am looking forward to continue a partnership with MOT and encourage education department officials to partner with this project. Young people are South Africa’s future,” said Schäfer.

MOT SA CEO Wanda Möller presented the 2014 annual report and the audited annual financial statements were presented by Mauricio de Faria, partner at RSM Betty and Dickson.

Möller acknowledged and thanked the presenters, corporate partners and sponsors for their essential contributions to make their work with the youth possible.

V

For more information on MOT South Africa, visit www.mot.org.za, call 021 696 6610 or email wanda@­mot.org.za

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