Born 1993 January 12, in Pretoria, South Africa. Mduduzi Mbiza is a writer, speaker, researcher, consultant, philosopher and author of the book, ‘Human Education: The Voyage Of Discovery’. He has contributed his articles on education to Daily Maverick, The South African, Voice360 and EduOne.
In 2017 he published his statistical research paper on education titled, ‘Education in Economic Development: South Africa’.
South Africa is not isolated to the quality of entrepreneurship education and training but has a broader problem of primary and secondary education in its entirety and a further problem is that the system encourages higher education as the sole pathway to professional achievement and success.
He was no ordinary young boy. He didn’t just take any orders from the school nor his father.
Keeping children safe and educated will require more than just the norm. The world of internet and smartphones is increasingly growing and the department of education needs to realise this, with the chance of improving the education of young learners.
Everyone is now keen to engage and take action in the fight against education problems. Countries are gearing for 2030, with the hope of meeting SDG 4 among other goals.
We need the government for two reasons; the fact that men is egoistic and the fact that the world has limited resources and unlimited wants and/or needs.