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Why the skills gap remains wider in Africa

Plugging the skills gap. Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Dion Shango

CEO, Africa Central & Southern Africa., PwC

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CEO survey respondents identified the most important factor for closing a skills gap in their organization Image: PwC

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