Thursday, February 06, 2014

NEASA says the current education system is failing young people

We closed off with Gerhard Papenfus – CEO of the National Employers' Association of South Africa or NEASA. The National Employers' Association of South Africa is adamant that the current education system is failing young people in preparing them to enter the formal job market. NEASA views the latest matric results as a skewed reflection of learners' ability to join South Africa’s workforce, the main reason being that the majority of them do not have the basic skill set that employers are looking for. Mr Papenfus explained more. For more information you can contact (012) 332 5350 or visit www.neasa.co.za

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