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newsCape Times reports that building on the success of the first Youth in Action Expo in 2023, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is hosting the interactive event again.

It is set to celebrate the youth of South Africa on Thursday. This year, the CTICC has partnered with Gift of the Givers and SMILE FM for the expo, which will feature over 90 exhibitors. It is open to all and entry is free. The Youth in Action Expo will welcome attendees from 9am to 5pm at CTICC 2, Halls 5 and 6, focusing on career guidance and educational opportunities. It will offer visitors access to counsellors, bursary options, networking sessions, and information on further education and training. Visitors to the expo can engage with mentors and industry leaders in an environment where they can explore career paths and gain insights into the professional world. “It’s going to be the largest of its kind on the African continent with over 90 institutions, universities, private companies, and a host of other people on site to guide you, to open your mind, and to expand your horizons. In these challenging times, we need to respond to the challenges of our country and our continent,” said Dr Imtiaz Sooliman, chairperson and founder of Gift of the Givers. To register, visit:

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