Learners urged to invest in their talents

FRANCISTOWN: Learners have been advised to take their talents in practical subjects seriously as excellence in these fields can propel them to greater heights in the future.

Officiating at the fair, business council chairperson at Botswana Confederation of Commerce Industry and Manpower (BOCCIM) Humprey Nawa, urged the students to focus on what they do best either in sports or music saying the majority of people are making a living out of their talents.

“Gone are the days when only white collar jobs were considered the best job opportunities. I want to tell you that nowadays people make a living out of their talents. Your exhibitions show what is likely to happen in future if you could hold on to your talents,” he said.

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