Teachers, hospitals & apartheid! | #PulseOfTheNation with Shirley Wakefield



Shirley Wakefield in conversation with BizRadio’s Grant Jansen
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The past few weeks have been an truly insightful time into the minds/hearts of the Youth – the surveys conducted by Pondering Panda over the past weeks reveals what kids really feel about their teachers – the sad reality is that 37% of the 4000 kids interviewed feel lost and left out. They feel that the teachers do not care and they are not being inspired by them. 70% felt that their teachers were lazy. How does this affect these kids future education?

When asked their opinions on health care and state hospitals, 54% did not feel that the state hospitals and clinics were doing a good job. They felt that nurses and doctors did not really care.

The legacy and fears of apartheid are still very much alive in the majority of the youth surveyed and 46% of 3000 youth believed that the DA would bring back apartheid, but many also (40%) felt that the ANC were doing apartheid in reverse. Certainly a very insightful look into the youth of this countries minds and hearts. If you want to get more in-depth insights into these issues go to ponderingpanda.com

Also read & listen to: How dumb can I be? | #PulseOfTheNation with Butch Rice

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