Aya Chebbi is the first Youth Envoy of the African Union. In this interview, the activist discusses the importance of “intergenerational co-leadership.”
A dysfunctional education system, a distorted labour market and the legacy of Apartheid contribute to high youth unemployment in South Africa.
Young Africans are increasingly leading calls for change on how Africa should drive its developmental agenda. Here are some of their views.
Youth in South Africa, no longer vote based on who freed them. They want real change and want it now, Kelebogile Motswatswa captures their hopes …
While there is a lot of talk about the potential of African youth, finding a job in a saturated market has become next to impossible.
The new Millennial, aka the ‘New African’, as our 28-year-old columnist finds out, is almost a different species of human being.