SA's plan to build skills needed for future jobs

As technology advances, the world of work is rapidly changing and up to 70% of current jobs are at risk in the evolution. Business Day TV spoke to Sherrie Donaldson, BRICS Business Council Skills Development Working Group member and Project Director of the Atlas Project for greater perspective on the country's plans to build skills for future jobs.
9 Jun 9AM English South Africa Business · Business News

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