The Southern African Landscape is facing a severe shortage of engineering skills in Africa. This in itself is threatening Africa’s progress towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This has been earmarked as a dire issue that needs to be addressed to meet the World Federation of Engineering Organizations Estimate of the need of 2.5 million new engineers that is needed to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals to move Africa forward in a sustainable manner.
Could this be the lack of support from academia, government or sector itself or the lack of funding for education?
Join Initiate as we interview the President of the SAIEE (Southern African Institute of Electrical Engineers) and get his take on this.
Interview with President of the SAIEE (Southern African Institute of Electrical Engineers)