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In South Africa, the vast majority of people are badly educated and with limited or no prospects of employability.  CB School - Pretoria 006

Education is profoundly political, and behind politics there is always economics. In South Africa, and throughout the world, herein lies the paradox. Good education creates skills, makes people employable, creating at very least a less unequal society. READ MORE >>>

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