12 October 2021
One thing about school is that it is an important took in life. Some people find the school overrated and opt to drop out to pursue their careers in music or look for jobs. What makes school much more important is that most jobs are professional. The only jobs available currently are those for the working class and they pay less. Recently the former public protector Thuli Madonsela argued that jobs don't create equality and end poverty.
"I don't even think that jobs end poverty, because employers domestic worker is my domestic worker and me giving her domestic does not create equality for her", she said.
She further added that she disagrees with the notion that she is not suggesting that they don't make a difference but she suggests that we get that out of the box. The jobs she is speaking about are the underpaid jobs mostly available to the working class. The jobs that pay well do of course make a difference and enable people to even create more jobs.
However, some people made it with no matric and no higher education qualifications. These people mostly did it through their talent. Below is a few icons who are currently millionaires with no matric or qualifications.
1. Cassper Nyovest.
Cassper Nyovest dropped out in grade 9 to pursue his music career. Things worked out for Cassper. He made it and is currently a millionaire.
2. Prince Kaybee.
The Banomoya hitmaker didn't finish his matric. He was expelled from school for drifting a car while in school.
3. Bonang Mathaba.
After failing her modules in her first in the University of Joburg Bonang dropped out and went straight to pursuing her career. She is one of the most successful entrepreneurs and she is even an inspiration to many young girls.
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