With over 42% of the population between the ages of 15 -35 years (youth) and 70% of the unemployed being youth, we are facing a crisis with regard to supporting youth.We have therefore directed our efforts toward the creation of economic opportunities and skills development for the youth of Nkomazi and Hammarsdale. We believe that through job creation, training and skills development we can empower South Africa’s youth.
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The DoMore4Hammarsdale initiative is a collaborative programme, working with many organisations in order to positively impact the youth in Hammarsdale.Through the work on this initiative, the Foundation has developed a database of unemployed youth that the DO MORE FOUNDATION is able to provide to organisations looking to recruit workers in the Hammarsdale area.Through the initiative we have also secured internships and training opportunities for many unemployed youth.Our “youth desk” provides a helpful conduit between the community and the private sector.

The DoMore4Hammarsdale initiative is a collaborative programme, working with many organisations in order to positively impact the youth in Hammarsdale.Through the work on this initiative, the Foundation has developed a database of unemployed youth that the DO MORE FOUNDATION is able to provide to organisations looking to recruit workers in the Hammarsdale area.Through the initiative we have also secured internships and training opportunities for many unemployed youth.Our “youth desk” provides a helpful conduit between the community and the private sector.

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The StarSchools Incubator Programme (undertaken by SET) serves to supplement and enhance what learners are taught at school. It is designed to interrogate foundational gaps, plug these and take learners on an academic journey which teaches them the knowledge and skills to bridge across from basics to cognitively demanding and high order content.

The DO MORE FOUNDATION, together with AgriSeta and Sasol supports the StarSchools programme that is taking place in Nkomazi – assisting 150 grade 10, 11 and 12 learners every year with extra lessons in Maths, Science and English.

The StarSchools Incubator Programme (undertaken by SET) serves to supplement and enhance what learners are taught at school. It is designed to interrogate foundational gaps, plug these and take learners on an academic journey which teaches them the knowledge and skills to bridge across from basics to cognitively demanding and high order content.

The DO MORE FOUNDATION, together with AgriSeta and Sasol supports the StarSchools programme that is taking place in Nkomazi – assisting 150 grade 10, 11 and 12 learners every year with extra lessons in Maths, Science and English.

Partners

The now famous Selati Cup (in partnership with Trans African Concessions (TRAC), South African Football Association (SAFA) and the Nkomazi Local Municipality) was started 13 years ago as a way to bring camaraderie, entertainment and joy to the people of Mpumalanga.Since then, the tournament has grown in size and popularity each year – attracting teams in increasing numbers and level of skill, along with national football scouts eager to uncover new talent. Nowadays, 128 teams take part in the tournament over the course of three months, with the action culminating in an action-packed final where teams compete for a prize purse of over R100 000. Over and above being a great source of affordable entertainment, the Selati Cup also keeps youngsters off the streets and inspires them to pursue their own dreams;and it has put money in the pockets of the local community who play a key role in hosting the annual tournament, especially the Cup Final.

The now famous Selati Cup (in partnership with Trans African Concessions (TRAC), South African Football Association (SAFA) and the Nkomazi Local Municipality) was started 13 years ago as a way to bring camaraderie, entertainment and joy to the people of Mpumalanga.Since then, the tournament has grown in size and popularity each year – attracting teams in increasing numbers and level of skill, along with national football scouts eager to uncover new talent. Nowadays, 128 teams take part in the tournament over the course of three months, with the action culminating in an action-packed final where teams compete for a prize purse of over R100 000. Over and above being a great source of affordable entertainment, the Selati Cup also keeps youngsters off the streets and inspires them to pursue their own dreams;and it has put money in the pockets of the local community who play a key role in hosting the annual tournament, especially the Cup Final.

Partners