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Mobile Career Expo Impacts 6500 Local Learners.

The exhibition taught and outfitted students with data about what they can anticipate on the off chance that they decide on a lifelong in the mining business.

Mark Munroe, Impala Rustenburg's CEO, said: "We accept the private and public areas should cooperate to empower the young to contribute towards growing South Africa's economy."

Mabel Mutle, head of Charora High School in Chaneng said: "We have not had a vocation exhibition at this school previously and I was extremely dazzled. It had a major effect on our students, it inspired them to reconsider their future and gave them expect a fruitful vocation."

Mindful understudies going to the 2022 Impala Career Expo. Picture: Supplied

Munroe said that Impala Rustenburg's School Support Program embraces a sweeping methodology with key goals that incorporate tending to distinguished learning holes; supporting instructors and adding to their skill and information; giving framework, offices and showing helps for schools; and giving profession direction and initiative improvement for secondary school students.

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