NPOs Prepare Youth for Promised Jobs by Gauteng Premier

By: felicia Makuwa

After Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi promised 8,000 jobs for youth to be advertised on June 16 this year, Thusangwanegeno, in partnership with Reflex Praise and Neighbourhood Watch, hit the streets to assist with preparations. The NPOs, located in Soshanguve Block L, Ward 35, next to Engen Garage via Phillip, offered free help in drafting and updating people’s CVs to ensure they are ready for the job applications opening on June 16.

Maseale Molepo emphasized the importance of youth being prepared to apply for the jobs offered by Panyaza Lesufi, making this year’s holiday different. They assisted in creating profiles on the government’s Professional Jobs Portal, where CVs can be uploaded for applications.

George Mosheshe, Chairperson of Reflex Praise, highlighted the unity and partnership displayed through this project, aiming for better opportunities for the youth in their communities. Their team provided equipment and free services to ensure that every person, regardless of financial constraints, has the opportunity to apply.

“I am grateful for the services they provided today, even though we didn’t pay. My wish is to secure a job and for them to receive sponsorship for their commendable work in the community,” expressed Moditela Ntswane, a member of the youth community.

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