In a rapidly changing world, the leaders of SA’s institutions of higher education are facing a number of significant pressures and issues, not least of which is the devaluation of these institutions’ global currency. If these challenges are not urgently addressed, SA will not be able to continue producing the level of skills and talent required to grow our economy. What can be done to support our higher education sector and its leadership?

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