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Erica Kempken, co-founder of Youth@worK, tells a great story illustrating how the government and the private sector can collaborate to create small businesses and jobs for unemployed youth — the ecosystem I have been talking about in this column.

Youth@worK is the largest implementation partner of the Youth Employment Service (YES), a collaboration between the government, business and labour to give work experience to black youth between the ages of 18 and 35...

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