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CEO of South Africa based Sakhumnotho Group Holdings (www.sakhumnotho.com), Sipho Mseleku, has challenged African governments to put entrepreneurial training at the heart of education and is calling for greater collaboration amongst African business leaders to tackle Africa’s primary economic challenges.
In an interview with AfricaLive.net, Mr Mseleku said (https://bit.ly/33FplF9) “Africa has a failing education system. Africa’s education systems focus more on academic training than entrepreneurial training and that is proving quite problematic.
“We at Sakhumnotho believe that entrepreneurship is the missing piece towards the growth of African economies.”
Mr Mseleku, former President of the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and former CEO of the SADC Chambers of Commerce and Industry, has grown Sakhumnotho Group into a diversified investment holding business with interests in financial services, mining, property, media & communications, education, and oil & gas sectors.
Africa Press Office 2019, ‘Build the Economy through Entrepreneurship: Sipho Mseleku’s Call to African Governments and Business Leaders, https://www.cnbcafrica.com/africa-press-office/2019/11/12/build-the-economy-through-entrepreneurship-sipho-mselekus-call-to-african-governments-and-business-leaders/
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