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Regional studentpreneurs compete for national intervarsity finals - Uploaded: 14 August 2019

Pictured here is a group of student entrepreneurs who have made it to the finals with the judging panel.

From left to right: Mr Andrew Setho, from TIA and one of the Judges; Sibulele Tyala, category 4 winner from CUT; Dr Norah Clarke, Director: Entrepreneurship at Universities South Africa and Department of Higher Education and Training; Theron Sethibe, category 3 winner from Sol Plaatjie University; Grace Mthembu, category 1 winner from University of the Free State; Mr Given Madhlophe panel member from SEDA, and Christopher Rothmann, category 2 winner from University of the Free State.Pictured here is a group of student entrepreneurs who have made it to the finals with the judging panel. From left to right: Mr Andrew Setho, from TIA and one of the Judges; Sibulele Tyala, category 4 winner from CUT; Dr Norah Clarke, Director: Entrepreneurship at Universities South Africa and Department of Higher Education and Training; Theron Sethibe, category 3 winner from Sol Plaatjie University; Grace Mthembu, category 1 winner from University of the Free State; Mr Given Madhlophe panel member from SEDA, and Christopher Rothmann, category 2 winner from University of the Free State.

The increasing rate of unemployment in South Africa demands universities to move away from the notion of producing job seekers and to encourage them to consider entrepreneurship as a career path.

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