South Africa Prepares For 4IR And "More Entrepreneurial" Govt 

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If South Africa wants to create its own Silicon Valley, it needs to be a more entrepreneurial state and focus its energies on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, says President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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