The Presidential Youth Employment Intervention, launched by President Cyril Ramaphosa in 2020 to combat youth unemployment, could be terminated if the R5bn needed to keep it going beyond March 2024 is not secured.

The programme, which has so far helped more than 1-million young people secure temporary employment, needs additional funding to scale up its efforts and to ensure its continuity, says deputy minister in the presidency Kenny Morolong...

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