Many Top Achievers unemployed

Students in class PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Students in class PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Since inception of the Top Achievers Programme in 2009, government has spent a total of P1.7 billion on 892 students and 45 out of the latter have failed to graduate with many still unemployed.

The Top Achievers Programme aims to motivate young people to excel in their studies, gain recognition and learn at prestigious institutions locally and abroad.

It gives students access to higher education so they can help contribute to the economic development and diversification of Botswana.

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