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GautengGov 12h
Premier and MEC’s continue with the walkabout at the Nasrec Expo Centre.
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Watch: Premier wants the Gauteng Provincial Government to intervene in helping grow township business Choko 25, started by a group of 10 young people from Kagiso.
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Young people to the front at the
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Premier and MEC congratulate Neo on the completion of a Microsoft course at the Thinth’imillion station.
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Watch: Premier now on a walkabout inside the expo centre. Here he is interacting with young person who says the Gauteng Youth Expo has been beneficial.
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GautengGov 14h
Young people raise their concerns with Premier & his executive, MEC’s , , , & Mbali Hlophe at the dialogue in Nasrec. Send your questions using the hashtags and
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GautengGov 15h
Thousands of young people have gathered at the Nasrec Youth Expo to raise challenges they face as young people to Premier and his executive collective. Watch the live broadcast on YouTube on the link below:
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GautengGov 16h
Watch: Premier speaks to at the Hector Peterson Memorial on the significance of and the plans of the Gauteng Provincial Government for the next 5 years.
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GautengGov 17h
The wreath laying ceremony at the Hector Peterson Memorial.
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GautengGov 17h
The best way to pay tribute to the youth is to listen to the youth. I will be at the Nasrec Youth Expo today, engaging with young people on issues that affect them and getting feedback on the kind of province young people in Gauteng would like to live in-Premier
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GautengGov 17h
We will outline a plan to grow Gauteng together in the coming few weeks. Young people must be at the centre of this plan-Premier
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GautengGov 17h
We want to hear the voices of our youth. They must guide us on the kind of Gauteng they want-Premier
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GautengGov 17h
is a youth day dialogue taking place at the , Hall 10, Nasrec Expo Centre today. Gauteng Premier David Makhura will take questions from the youth in the audience and on social media. Use & to join the conversation.
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GautengGov 18h
Replying to @GautengProvince
Fees Must Fall activist and youth leader Fasiha Hassan speaks on behalf of young people at the wreath laying ceremony at the Hector Peterson Memorial.
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GautengGov 18h
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Young people walking for a purpose at the walk.
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Premier together with his executive , , and Mbali Hlophe leading the walk to the Hector Peterson Memorial for a wreath laying ceremony.
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GautengGov 19h
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Watch: The 4-km Walk is currently under way in memory of the fallen youth of 1976
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GautengGov 19h
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Watch: MEC for Mbali Hlophe officially opens the activities Morris Isaacson High School. Watch as young activist Kelebogile gives a Youth Day poem ahead of the walk.
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GautengGov 20h
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The programme will then move to the Nasrec Expo Centre where Premier will listen to +- 20 000 young people as they raise their various issues and challenges.
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GautengGov 20h
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The programme will start with a 4-kilometre walk from the Morris Isaacson High school to the Hector Peterson Memorial for a wreath-laying ceremony in honour of the fallen heroes of the 1976 Student Uprising.
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