A business proposal to ensure easier access to fresh produce for their community secured a Khayelitsha high school trio a top-10 spot in a national green entrepreneurship competition – with prizes that include bursaries, tablets and vouchers.
The team from Chris Hani Secondary School was a finalist at the Step Up 2A Green Start Up National Youth Entrepreneurship Awards, which culminated in a prestigious ceremony held at Nedbank, in Sandton, last week.
The first prize went to a team of three from KwaZulu-Natal for their concept of using Marula nuts as a fuel source.
Grade 11 learners Lindokuhle Lamani, Asemahle Ncinane and Busisa Mnyazi identified the need for easier access to fruits and…
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