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Hlengiwe Mkhize
Deputy Minister in The Presidency of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities | Chairperson of Progressive Women's Movement of South Africa | ANC NEC 🇿🇦
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Dept of Women, Youth, Persons with Disabilities 10h
16 Days of Activism refers to: 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day. - UN.
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Dept of Women, Youth, Persons with Disabilities 10h
The theme for the 2019 16 Days of Activism Campaign is: End GBV in the world of work. This refers to unequal pay for equal work, sexual harassment, women made to work much harder for promotions, women being played in junior roles and then preyed on by predators.
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Parliament of RSA 7h
Live at 2pm, Questions to the Deputy President in the National Assembly Follow the link to see questions:
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DisabilityRights SA Oct 6
Disability Rights Awareness Month: 03Nov-03Dec 2019 Update #1 is now available. Build a which ensures that we individually and collectively make the lives of persons with disabilities meaningful.
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Hlengiwe Mkhize Oct 11
We must educate girls on clear strategic leadership throughout all sectors
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UN Women Oct 10
Girls are the present and the future! Join us in celebrating .
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UN Women Oct 7
11 October is ! It’s time we encourage girls to pursue their dreams, uplift their self-esteem and celebrate all their talents.
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WomenThinkCode= Oct 10
Inspiring words from who works to support the youth, women and people with disabilities to develop the skills they need to find meaningful employment. Working together to support the future workforce.
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Hlengiwe Mkhize Oct 10
The scale of the problem of youth unemployment, as well as the systemic barriers that constrain the effective inclusion of young people into the economy, require an additional focus on supporting youth pathways into the economy
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Hlengiwe Mkhize Oct 10
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Hlengiwe Mkhize Oct 10
Panel discussion: How can we contribute to a national agenda for solving youth unemployment?
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Hlengiwe Mkhize Oct 10
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NYDARSA Oct 10
The NYDA is today at National Solutions Exchange on Youth Employment that is taking place at The Forum in Bryanston, Johannesburg.
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Smart Start Oct 10
Today we have the pleasure of sharing the SmartStart programme at the Harambee Solutions Exchange
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UN Women Oct 9
Abuse doesn't always leave visible scars.
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Nyasha Frank Oct 10
This is no time for more plans and analysis, it’s time for action to change the lives of South Africans- Minister of Employment and Labour
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Harambee Work4Work Oct 10
We’re honored to have you here 🙏🏾
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Hlengiwe Mkhize Oct 10
The programme is about to start- Harambee’s National Solutions Exchange on Youth Employment with 250 senior leaders from private, public & social sectors who've come together to discuss solutions for youth employment in South Africa
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