Competitive Graduates

Well-rounded graduates displaying the aforementioned traits are hugely attractive to any company seeking to appoint those who can boost the strategic competitiveness of their teams, rather than employing those who tick off tasks without demonstrating their commitment to growth. This is according to Wonga Ntshinga, Senior Head of Programme for Faculty of Information and Communications Technology at The Independent Institute of Education, who advices students to start developing the right skills in order to gain a competitive advantage in the job market. Wonga Ntshinga chats to Channel Africa's Lebogang Mabange.