Implementing Reforms in Education needed, says IMF after yet another damper on Economic Growth outlook in South Africa

Growing SA’s economy needs “removing infrastructure bottlenecks in the power sector”, implementing reforms in education, labour and product markets to raise competitiveness and productivity, and improving service delivery, it said.


It’s almost deep insight into the obvious that “implementing reforms in education” will enable South Africa to “raise competitiveness and productivity”.

See on Scoop.itTechnology, Education, Learning and Life in Southern Africa

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