First lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe's rallying cry to SA to help rebuild, create jobs

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The pandemic has seriously affected education and SMEs especially.
The pandemic has seriously affected education and SMEs especially.

"It was feeling as if my life was over after I finished school, because I was just sitting at home, because my single parent mother could not afford tuition."

These are the words of a young woman interviewed for a video presented by the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation during a webinar last week, voicing the sense of hopelessness facing some of South Africa's young people as they battle for access to jobs and education.

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