Go for Gold is an award-winning education to employment public-private initiative.
Go for Gold has an internationally-recognised four-phase programme that aims to educate young people.
Tackling the skills shortage in the Built Environment and related sectors requires a collaborative approach.
With skills development and high youth unemployment being contentious issues in post-apartheid South Africa, most prevalent of the concerns are aspects that adequately prepare youth.
Go for Gold’s Fundraising and Communications Manager, Karen Rademeyer interviews Lance Joseph. Arranging a meeting with Lance Joseph took some doing as he had a.
Go for Gold is extremely proud of our 2017 Grade 12 students ALL PASSING their matric finals! In 2017, 651 707 youth in South Africa wrote.
In October 2017, Go for Gold was invited to present our programme for “best practise” in skills development at the African Union conference called “Africa.
Go for Gold was invited to attend the SAFCEC Annual National Conference at the Misty Hills Country Hotel in Muldersdrift, Gauteng in October 2017. We.
Through the support of the Bargaining Council for the Civil Engineering Industry (BCCEI), Go for Gold was invited to present its four-phase model to civil.