Impact Stories & Blog
Our team share their insights and perspectives on the impact our program is having on youth in Southern Africa.
About Authentic Leadership
Authentic leadership is all we need for the challenges facing Africa today. This should be us. This should be in our minds. We need to be that change we want to see in the world. “Perhaps all of us striving to be our unique, authentic selves will create a collective array of authentic perspectives, values and principles to complex situations.” This is because “The rampant pace of change in our world in itself requires agility, flexibility and adaptability of leadership styles and approaches to an ever-changing landscape.” Yes we can! We will stand for accountability! We will stand for...Read More
With the help of an NGO called Amos Youth Centre that empowers youths through education and many other changing platforms that are life changing. Boy/Girl talks are held from time to time to discuss issues affecting the day to day situations that are faced by these youths.
Coming together to embrace and speak out problems allows youths to put into consideration of the problems and possibly find solutions to tackle several different challenge.Read More
ACTIVITY 4 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
Financial Performance Liquidity Ratios Current Ratio Total current assets /Total Liabilities = 10665/5776 = 1.8 Tiger brands, their current ratio is 1.8:1. The company therefore has 1.8 more current assets than current liabilities and is therefore can be able to pay off its debts and considered to have a good performance. Quick Ratio (Total current assets - Total Inventory) = (10665- 4812) = 5853 = 1.013 Total current liabilities 5776 5776 The Quick Ratio for Tiger Brands is 1.013, this means that the company can pay off all of its...Read More
A piece of note on the future of Africa and youth entrepreneurship.Read More
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