Empowering youth with job-searching skills

2018-08-15 06:00
PHOTO: Nkosinathi dubeHesto Harnesses shows youth at the Indaba how the company operates.

PHOTO: Nkosinathi dubeHesto Harnesses shows youth at the Indaba how the company operates.

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A YOUTH Graduates Indaba was held at the iLembe Auditorium on Thursday, August 2.

The purpose of the event, organised by the KwaDukuza Municipality, was to equip young unemployed graduates from KwaDukuza with the necessary knowledge on how to secure jobs and instil workplace readiness.
The theme was “kubamba ezingelayo”, which means an early bird catches the worm.

Different companies made presentations to the youth on how to apply for different jobs and how to access information about the companies they wish to work for.

Among companies present were Hesto Harnesses, eThekwini Municipality, KDM, Enterprise iLembe and the office of the premier.


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