TOP 50 MOST INSPIRATIONAL YOUTH 2022

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Africa: 1st Annual Free State Premiers Top 50 Most Inspirational Youth 2022 has opened for nominations; members of the public are invited to nominate youth between the ages of 14 and 35 years of age to be selected into the Top 50.

Whether they are entrepreneurs, working in either private or public sector, whether they are in high school or institutions of higher learning doing their best, or even involved in sport, food production and security, arts and Culture, green economy and environmental care, NGOs, youth development, politics, international relations or any other community sector, nominations are open from today.

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Nominations shall remain open from today, Monday, 13th June 2022 and shall officially close on Friday, 17th June 2022 at 00h00.

Should you know any person meeting the requirements, please feel free to contact the Premiers Coordinating team and submit the name and reasons why you think they deserve to be included in the Premier’s Top 50 list of the best and hardest working youth.

The Free State Premier’s Top 50 Most Inspirational Youth programme form part of the Youth Month Programme of the Free State province, with the main event poised to take place on 28th June 2022, where the complete Top 50 shall be presented to the people of the Free State.

Please note that the programme only recognises youth Free Staters who are working hard anywhere in the world, lifting the flag of the Free State while at the same time inspiring other young people to strive for the best.

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