Published 21 July 2018, by a staff reporter
DURBAN – The KwaZulu-Natal leg of the BRICS Business Council kicked off at the Greyville Racecourse in Durban on Saturday evening.
Present at the event was the MEC of Human Settlements Ravi Pillay, the Chairman of the BRICS Business Council Dr Iqbal Survé and the Deputy Minister of Higher Education Buti Manamela.
The BRICS Business Council Skills Challenge was launched at the first event of the BRICS Business Council in Durban.
Chairman of the BRICS Business Council Dr. Iqbal Survé spoke on the importance of training young people in South Africa. He said that young people are gold and they need to be trained in various skills in order to work in the different sectors.
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