28thJul

Radial Path Partners With African Charity Supporting Young People

Radial Path today announces a partnership with Afrika Tikkun, a South African NGO working to reduce poverty in South African townships. Radial Path, which otherwise specialises in tech and telecommunications, is donating time and resources to the charity, helping its marketing department drive campaigns, spread awareness, and increase donations to invest in South Africa’s next

25thJul

Celebrating 25 years of democracy and changing lives

This year marks a quarter of a century since the birth of democracy in South Africa. How far have we come since then? According to sources such as the World Bank and the World Economic Forum (WEF) South Africa has the second largest economy in Africa and one of the most diversified, technologically advanced and

24thJul

Are the human rights of children really that important?

Are the human rights of children really that important? Yes, if we want our children to become the next generation of economically active South African citizens, we need to understand that their capacity to be the best they can be starts first through the acceptance and recognition of their human rights. March was Human Rights

15thJul

Is corporate citizenship the answer to youth unemployment?

On 15 July 2019, Afrika Tikkun will join the United Nations (UN) community in the global celebration to mark World Youth Skills Day (WYSD)[1] and raise awareness about the importance of youth skills development. According to the UN, there are 1.2 billion young people aged 15 – 24 years across the world, which accounts for