NGO Creates 70 000 Jobs

Not many companies in South Africa, and even fewer NGOs, can lay claim to a contribution of more than 70 000 jobs created

Not many companies in South Africa, and even fewer non-governmental organisations (NGOs), can lay claim to a contribution of more than 70 000 jobs created and over R5.6 billion contributed to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

According to an article titled, ‘NGO creates 70 000 jobs’ on iafrica.com website, the  Tourism Enterprise Partnership, widely known as TEP, is possibly the only NGO that cannot only make this claim, but have had it independently audited and verified by SizweNtsalubaGobodo.

TEP chief executive officer, Salifou Siddo, stated emphatically: "A key pillar for job creation is the development of entrepreneurship, adding that the TEP supports this by providing Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs) with access to information, skills, markets and finance.

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Source: 
iafrica.com

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