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Latest editorial: Huawei SA upbeat despite US-China battle

For the past four weeks, we have been publishing news of the China-America War in which the Telecommunications Company – Huawei has been dragged.

Despite all the hustle and bustle, Huawei’s South African operations are continuing with business as usual.  This comes after the partial lifting of the ban imposed on the Chinese telecommunications giant by the US.  Huawei SA says it has full control of the situation, and no future business or developments from Huawei are going to be affected.
 
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With the levels of unemployed youth in South Africa, it is imperative that the business sector gears itself to creating opportunities for future of work for the youth.  Artificial Intelligence will become a new job motivator, hence involving the youth in ICT skills may be a wise decision towards facing the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

This means that corporate South Africa will have to be on top of its game to ensure that the youth are equipped with the required skills to fill these new positions.
 
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