PALI LEHOHLA | Don’t be ‘afraided’ — it’s a prick here and there on Africa’s way to being a digital leader

Slim book covering critical subjects for Africa’s development packs a punch

21 April 2024 - 21:04 By PALI LEHOHLA

When you ask South Africans about their priorities you may not be surprised, but you will be surprised. Despite Madiba’s strong words that education is the greatest liberator, South Africans in a national community survey in 2016 put education as the number 15 priority. ..

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