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For more than a decade, the SA economy has struggled to breach the 2% growth mark and hasn’t been able generate nearly enough employment opportunities for an ever-expanding labour force.

Worsening the situation, the “knowledge” economy has increased efficiencies, providing limited job opportunities in the sectors that have managed to expand, while our schooling system produces poor outcomes in key subjects such as maths and science...

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