- SA President, Cyril Ramaphosa, is slowly but surely plotting out a plan for the future of South Africa’s youth, when it comes to employment
- Ramaphosa recently spoke on the importance of SA being a leader in the 4th technological revolution
- The SA president addressed this topic recently at the Digital Economy Summit
South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, appears intent on making South Africa a forerunner when it comes to the world’s 4th industrial revolution.
Ramaphosa recently addressed crowds at the Digital Economy Summit in Midrand, explaining parts of his plan to uplift South Africa’s youth when it comes to employment.
EWN reported that Ramaphosa is placing a big focus on data science and technology, when it comes to preparing the country’s youth for future jobs.
Briefly.co.za found out that, just hours before the summit, Ramaphosa announced that he would be addressing two provinces at once, using hologram technology.
The South African president told attendees at the summit that the 4th industrial revolution will help the country in terms of jobs, as well as when it comes to educating SA’s youth.
Ramaphosa went on to outline some of the steps in his plan to making sure that SA’s youth are prepared for the future when it comes to this topic.
“One million young people will be trained in data science and technology by 2030 to ensure young people are given the skills they need,” Ramaphosa explained.
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