Op-Ed: COVID-19 is likely to lead to a vast increase in youth unemployment in Africa, this is how business can mitigate the damage…
Why business has a greater role to play in mitigating conflict with COVID-19
Recently it was announced that youth basketball program, Giants of Africa will be hosting its first week-long festival this August right here in Kigali, Rwanda. CNBC Africa's Makeda Mahadeo reports.
As youth seek out what they believe to be profitable and business-focused careers, it has been said that they are increasingly turning away from agriculture. CNBC Africa's Fiona Muthoni filed this report.
A recent World Bank report showed that the youth and women are the most financially excluded groups in Africa. On how to overcome some of the challenges faced by young people in accessing financial services, Managing Partner WS Technology, Martin Warioba joins CNBC Africa's Arnold Kwizera for more.
At the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) Ministerial Conference taking place in Cape Town, CNBC Africa spoke to SA Minister of Environmental Affairs Nomvula Mokonyane, on South Africa's green economy strategy, and how it will benefit the youth.
At least 60% of Africa’s young people are under the age of 30 but unemployment continues to rear its ugly head leaving frustrated youth so desperate.
African countries are looking for ways to engage the youth to participate in agriculture by using ICT as they bid to boost job opportunities and strengthening efforts against hunger. Will the August 20th to 21st 2018 meeting on youth and agriculture provide solutions to this puzzle? Gaulbert Gbehounou, FAO Country representative in Rwanda joins CNBC Africa for more.