Is high cost education the answer? Statistician-general Pali Lehohla writes on what the future of quality education in South Africa lies in public schooling.
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It should be increasingly difficult for South Africa’s top executives to justify their enormous pay packages, given the furore over excessive pay, the country’s high level of unemployment, and the huge disparity between the highest- and lowest-paid employees at companies.