Khuli Chana launches workshop to educate youth on career sustainability

Khuli Chana launches workshop to educate youth on career sustainability

- Khuli revealed he's launching a workshop to help people build sustainable careers

- The workshop focuses on the creative industry and aims to help educate youth on career sustainability

- The lit workshop will make its debut in Khuli's home town of Maftown

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Khuli Chana’s doing the most to help our country thrive. He recently revealed that he’s implemented a workshop to help people build sustainable careers.

The current unemployment and economic situation in Mzansi are alarming, our country and its people need all the help they can get.

Brefly.co.za learnt that Khuli’s workshop is called ‘How To Build A Sustainable Career’ and it focuses on the creative industry.

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Khuli understands what it’s like to be starting out and understands how valuable these skills will be to the youth.

The Ichu rapper took to social media to let peeps know a little about what he’s doing. He said that he has created this workshop to help young entrepreneurs in the creative industry have a fighting chance at making it. Khuli has decided to star in his hometown, Maftown.

The key to success is sustainability and that is what Khuli is preaching.

“THIS IS REVOLUTIONARY! One more day to go!!! To all artists and creative entrepreneurs,this here is the answer to “how to build a sustainable career” in the creative industry!!! THANK ME LATER,” tweeted Khuli announcing the day of the workshop.

In other news, it was reported that the Mostwako rapper Khuli Chana is a true veteran of Mzansi's rap game.

Although he's been in the game way longer, Khuli took time to appreciate A-Reece for his amazing contribution to rap music in Mzansi.

Khuli tweeted that A-Reece was "revolutionary" and many of his followers agreed.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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