S. Africa partners with SAP to improve education

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According to the World Economic Forum, Africa has the largest number of young people in the world. But less than 1 percent of African children leaving school have basic math and science skills.
This has prompted a public-private partnership between the South African Government and global software company, SAP, to work towards upgrading the Cape Town Science Center. The plan wants to turn it into a flagship world-class center, which is accessible to school kids of all ages.
CCTV America’s Rene Del Carme filed this report.

S. Africa partners with SAP to improve education

S. Africa partners with SAP to improve education

According to the World Economic Forum, Africa has the largest number of young people in the world. But less than 1 percent of African children leaving school have basic math and science skills. This has prompted a public-private partnership between the South African Government and global software company, SAP, to work towards upgrading the Cape Town Science Center. The plan wants to turn it into a flagship world-class center, which is accessible to school kids of all ages. CCTV America's Rene Del Carme filed this report.