“Many tertiary education institutions in South Africa are producing a generation of young graduates without the adequate training and skills to contribute productively to the economy”
Dr. Hischam El-Agamy

Urgent Solutions Are Required To Make The South African Youth Employable

Dr. Hischam El-Agamy discusses how governments could encourage the private sector to recruit young graduates

It is evident that poor educational standards in South Africa are not only jeopardising the future of the country's youth, but also pulling the brakes on economic growth in Africa's second-largest economy, contributing to a 27 percent jobless rate and a frightening 55.90 percent youth unemployment rate in the second quarter of 2017.

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