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Entrepreneurs are economic development assets a country should support, says Christo Botes.
The South African economy presents opportunities for entrepreneurs.
“I was very frustrated seeing fellow youth who were not lucky enough to get an education suffering.”
Offering courses in a variety of subjects, Beni American University students access all material online.
Managers are a crucial part of any business and need the right qualifications and industry experience.
Education on our continent is in something of a crisis, and action is needed quickly.
Developing African leaders of the future is the best way to ensure the success of the continent.
“China is South Africa’s biggest trading partner so it is extremely beneficial to learners to be exposed to the Mandarin language.”
When a young Ugandan orphan had to cut short her high school education, she swore she would take a stand. And she did.
To gain the most out of undertaking an MBA it is important to create balance between studies, life and work.
This business makes education accessible through online learning systems.
“We choose people who are really passionate about starting software development companies.”
“I think idleness is the largest enemy of youth in Africa.”
In 1978, Mary Okelo founded Makini Schools, one of Kenya’s earliest private education institutions.
“Beyond the direct impact of poor infrastructure, lack of engineering capacity hampers economic growth.”