SA is failing to meet a “phenomenal desire” for lifelong learning, says Jon Foster-Pedley, dean of Henley Business School Africa.

Rapidly changing technology, accompanied by new ways of working and thinking, require constant renewal of skills and knowledge. Foster-Pedley says 45% of South Africans already have the wrong skills for the existing economy. This “mismatch” will get worse in future. Those without the necessary abilities will simply be left behind...

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