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The Biggest Deal 2019

Calling all 14-18 year olds…

If you have big dreams, heaps of enthusiasm and the burning desire to succeed this is the challenge for you.

The Biggest Deal Challenge is a youth entrepreneur competition driven by the Theewaterskloof Municipality’s Department of Local Economic Development. In partnership with the private sector, we seek to actively address the youth unemployment problem. Now in its 6th year, the competition has become a household name and is a highlight of the school year. Over 100 learners between the ages of 14 – 18 years from eleven schools across the Theewaterskloof area of the Overberg District have entered the 2018 Biggest Deal Challenge.

Africa has the highest number of young people under the age of 25. In South Africa, the Western Cape has the highest number of high school dropouts. For many of our youth, current environment and socio-economic circumstances hamper access to, and opportunities for, work ready skills development. While we cannot address all of Africa’s problems we are determined to make a difference to the youth living within the Theewaterskloof area through this engaging competition.

The aim of the competition is to ultimately reduce youth unemployment through increasing the number of young people creating their own jobs. The objective is to ensure the school-going youth develop an entrepreneurial spirit, mentality, confidence and skill-set to create their own jobs instead of relying on the state and the formal business sector to do that for them. 

Last published 21 May 2019