THINK GLOBAL, ACT LOCAL

THE plight of matriculants who cannot find work is a direct result of the provincial Department of Education depriving children of the opportunity to become part of the global information technology spectrum.

It is unacceptable that our children are denied the opportunities they need to lead meaningful, positive lives. The Eastern Cape Department of Education should start thinking global but more importantly, act locally, writes MPL Veliswa Mvenya.  Read her letter in the Daily Dispatch.