Over the last four years Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator has become renowned for connecting corporate employers seeking entry-level talent with young, high-potential work-seekers who are currently locked out of the formal economy. To date, it's achieved far-reaching impact by helping 20,000 young people into jobs across 200 of South Africa's top companies, and is now expanding into the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) market. With the launch of an online business portal designed to facilitate streamlined and de-risked employment, Harambee's Business Portal offers unique and tailored value to SMEs.
By the end of 2016, global IP traffic will pass the zettabyte threshold, equating to more than 80 exabytes per month - nearly one billion gigabytes.
Which of these statements is true: a) Cricketer Hashim Amla turned down an interview with an 'improperly dressed' Indian female journalist and asked her to change her attire before he's give her a soundbite, b) Amla pays a fine for not wearing the Castle Lager logo on his shirt, or c) None of the above. Welcome to the murky waters of 'ethical journalism'.
BusinessTech has shown exceptional growth over the last year, and is now one of only two business websites with over one million visitors
Entries for the 2016 'Bobs - Best of Online Activism' are now open until 3 March 2016. The Deutsche Welle (DW) awards honour exemplary efforts to promote online freedom of expression and civil society. It is also awarding the Freedom of Speech Award.
First of all, the entire Public-Ideas team sends you its very best wishes for this New Year and hopes that 2016 will bring you success, accomplishments and the fulfilment of all your projects.