Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga Hosts Transport Career Expo in KwaZulu-Natal

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On June 28, 2023, Minister of Transport, Sindisiwe Chikunga, will host a Transport Career Expo in Bergville, KwaZulu-Natal. The Expo aims to connect job opportunities in the transport sector with unemployed youth, women, and local Small, Medium, and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs).

Collaborative Effort for Progress

The National Department of Transport, in partnership with twelve State-Owned Entities (SOEs), organizes the expo. Transport professionals and experts will share their knowledge and insights with participants.

Engaging and Interactive Experience

The Bergville Sports Centre, located in the Uthukela Municipality, will host the event starting at 10:00 a.m. The Expo offers an interactive experience for attendees to explore career options, network, and stay informed on the latest transport sector trends.

Open Invitation to Media

Media representatives are welcome to attend and report on the event. They are encouraged to confirm their attendance with the event coordinators.

Empowering Individuals and Communities

The Transport Career Expo provides a platform for job seekers and contributes to the growth and development of the transport sector in KwaZulu-Natal and South Africa. Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga’s presence demonstrates her commitment to advancing the sector and empowering individuals through education, training, and job creation.

Diverse Perspectives and Career Guidance

The twelve State-Owned Entities partnering with the National Department of Transport ensure attendees gain exposure to a diverse range of perspectives and career guidance from industry-leading professionals.

Shaping the Future

The Expo plays a crucial role in shaping South Africa’s future by investing in the development of the transport sector and empowering job seekers with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga and the National Department of Transport continue to demonstrate their commitment to cultivating a brighter future for South Africa’s youth, women, and local SMMEs through initiatives like this.

Building a Thriving Economy

Events like the Transport Career Expo help South Africa build a thriving, vibrant economy that benefits its citizens. By investing in the development of the transport sector and empowering job seekers, the nation can continue to progress and empower individuals throughout the country.

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