Via Project Jala, Lebona Moleli, author of the Marketing Kraal and Lesaka Marketing Consulting, wants to urge the adolescent to be business visionaries with the goal that they can make riches and boost job creation.
Trusting that a multi-pronged methodology is required to expand the levels of business, and bolster incorporation and social union, a Gauteng-based businessman has propelled a training camp to urge the youth to consider enterprise as a profession as opposed to hoping to be retained as employees in the limited job market.
Jala means to ‘plant a seed’ in Sotho. In the principal period of the task, 60 grade 11 students from Rabasotho High School in Diepsloot were tested for their capacity to participate in an entrepreneurial training camp amid the school holidays.
10 of the students qualified to attend the boot camp last week where they were taught the fundamentals of entrepreneurship.
The understudies were then given a task to build an imaginative business plan and present the business to a board of judges.
The best three students won educational prizes to help them with their grade 12 work one year from now.
Business enterprise develops the economy and gets more youngsters into occupations, particularly given the moderate job creation rate in both the private and public divisions.
Moleli’s goal is to make the business enterprise training camp an annual occasion.
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