It is widely acknowledged in education circles that there is a crisis in maths and science in South Africa, with learning outcomes falling way below international standards. As a result, young people
entering the workforce lack competence in mathematical reasoning, which constrains economic growth.
South Africa’s biodiversity provides an important platform for economic growth and development through the provision of natural resources and vital ecosystem services. These resources underpin the livelihoods of the majority of South Africans and contribute significantly to the country’s economy.Read more