People and skills move from country to country, which is nothing new. But what happens when the skills leaving a country are critical to the success of industries propping up its economy?
Building Africa Editor, David Steynberg investigates how one company was formed to reverse the African brain drain. Writes Steynberg, "[Homecoming Revolution] has shown how vital it can be to recruit South African expats who cut their teeth in South Africa, gained international experience and were polished overseas, and who want to return home to make a contribution. Experience, not skills, are in short supply.”
Read more: Africa calling.
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