Fear and loathing at the labour office

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A struggling house-kwasa musician, school-leavers, dropouts, former retrenchees and others, walk kilometres in the searing morning sun everyday to congregate at the District Labour Office. For some, the walk is new, for others this is a year long ritual. Mmegi’s Selebi Phikwe Correspondent, ESALEONE MOLAODI joins the swollen crowds.

Kabo Nkoloso says he will never lose hope.  The struggling house-kwasa musician is among a throng of people at the Selebi Phikwe labour office.  He reveals that he is hoping to secure a part-time job, as music is still his first love.

Towards the end of the year in the Botshabelo area, Nkoloso was among youths who attended a workshop where they were educated on how to fill the Youth Development Fund forms.

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