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The game has changed to finding imaginative solutions and policymakers should rethink education, writes Lindiwe Sisulu.
The game has changed to finding imaginative solutions and policymakers should rethink education, writes Lindiwe Sisulu.

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There is a story of a highly educated gentleman at the pub who, during an argument, bragged to his fellow patrons: “Look here, I know what I am talking about – I have a master’s in biochemistry.” To which someone responded: “You have a master’s in biochemistry. Can you make beer?”

The takeaway here is that the application of knowledge is essential; nothing should be for its own sake.

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