Botswana Youth Part 1

Season 5 Episode 27

Thu, 4 Dec 2014 10:00pm

“…when you finish school there’s nowhere you can go…cause of corruption, people hire people they know…they hire relatives, so if you don’t have a relative who’s in higher business…you can’t go anywhere”

“I don’t think we’ll find work for the next five years unless we turn into entrepreneurs otherwise we’re going to be unemployed for a very long time”

Members of the Grow Responsible Citizens Mentors initiative (GRC Mentors) and NPO Centre for Youth of Hope (CEYOHO), express their concern about the lack of opportunity in the current job market in Botswana.  A lively conversation on saving, budgeting and the economics of dating.

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Film Credits

Directed by: Elaine Maan/ Richard Mills

Produced by: Street Talk Stories and STEPS

Producers: Marianne Gysae and Elaine Maan

Researcher: Gasegale Sengwaketse

Camera: Richard Mills

Sound: Puso Jacob Ramagapu

Editor: Lensa Bogale

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