Plan to Create Thousands of Jobs
About 160 000 aspirant entrepreneurs have heeded a call by the government to come forward with business ideas to help create jobs.
Gauteng MEC for economic development, Qedani Mahlangu, marvelled at the overwhelming response to the quaintly coined Y-Age programme for Youth and Graduate Entrepreneurship Development.
Mahlangu points out that, "From the applicants, we have deduced that most of the aspirant entrepreneurs are interested in the financial services, manufacturing, arts and culture, construction, information communication technology or computers and retail."
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