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Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe

STEM education is increasingly recognized as a driver of economic performance, which is essential for helping developing countries compete in the global market, create jobs and improve lives and livelihoods. This is more so in relation to the 4IR technologies and the demand for skills in these new sectors.

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