Max Boqwana: We Need To Think Of 'Made In Africa' In Terms Of Education

Respected lawyer and entreprenuer Max Boqwana is the CEO of the Thabo Mbeki Foundation (TMF). The Foundation aims to serve as an intellectual hub of the African Renaissance Movement while training African youth to become change agents, consistent with the interests of the peoples of Africa and humanity as a whole.

Speaking at the Heavy Chef ‘Educators’ Inspire Session, Boqwana emphasises the need for a clear and practical strategy for education on the continent. TMF presented a 200-page report on how the 4th industrial revolution can transform education to former president Thabo Mbeki at the event.

"We need a clear and practical strategy for education on the continent. Time has come for us to think about the mantra 'Made in Africa' in terms of education."

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