Youth innovators address societies challenges

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As South Africa is celebrating youth month, young entrepreneurs aim to impact their communities with their innovations.
According to the Department of Social Development, the number of youth involved in entrepreneurial activity remains extremely low at 6%.
SABC Digital News Producer Lebo Tshangela spoke to three young innovators from Gauteng.
Johannesburg Entrepreneur Welcome Nndwamato Manyanya created a turbine that generates electricity when placed in water pipelines.
To address the country’s unemployment, East Rand-born innovator Ntshabo Lehong developed an online temping platform, m-Temp, which will be used to place staff in the hospitality industry.
While Internal Auditing graduate, Ernest Manjenge has developed a first-ever wheelchair that can go up and down the stairs.
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