Home Forums Debate & Current Affairs Getting a degree? Well you can't work at the SABC…

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  • #4079
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    …because apparently people who studied at universities are a “drain” on their colleagues at the SABC, who consider experience to be the only relevant qualification.

    http://www.citypress.co.za/news/varsity-qualified-staffers-drain-sabc-hlaudi-motsoeneng/

    “The [PriceWaterhouseCoopers] report found only 47% of participants surveyed had either a diploma or a certificate as their highest qualification. But it also revealed that a number of the respondents had received qualifications from institutions that were not accredited.”

    And then they wonder why their top execs lack strategic thinking skills. What a joke!

    And what kind of government institution DISCOURAGES getting a tertiary qualification? Whatever happened through empowerment through education? There is something seriously wrong at the SABC…

    #4087
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    Dear lord…I have no words.

    #4091
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    Well there goes my dreams of being a fat cat SABC exec! Damnit! I knew getting a degree would make me overqualified!

    #4118
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    I’m sure this is grossly exaggerated! Newspapers will say anything for popularity.

    #4127
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    No serious journalist wants to work for that clown institution anyway.

    #4221
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    Quite scary. It is a creative industry I suppose. Maybe the people in control at the top do have a decent education? Or am I just being optimistic?

    #4294
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    You’re being optimistic. Have you watched any SABC lately?

    #4296
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    It’s still a business. They can’t all be “creative types”. It needs to be managed. Preferably with some kind of strategy in mind.

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