What kind of education system does Africa need to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution and how do we produce learners who are productive and competitive in the future economy? Rapelang Rabana, Sam Paddock and Lukhanyo Neer provide insights into the pressing matter of education, addressing issues like lack of infrastructure, resources and relevant tools, while offering solutions that fit the African education landscape.
What kind of education system does Africa need to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution and how do we produce learners who will be productive and competitive in the future economy? These were among the questions ‘The Educators’ Inspire Session with Thabo Mbeki, Rapelang Rabana, Lukhanyo Neer, and Sam Paddock aimed to find out.
Lukhanyo Neer is an entrepreneur who is passionate about Africa's development. He’s been involved with the Thabo Mbeki Foundation since 2009, where he is now the convenor of a working group on preparing South African education for the fourth industrial revolution. Lukhanyo chats to Caley Africa about the working group and what we can expect from the Education Report.