PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says schools must also endeavor to teach children about entrepreneurship as opposed to focusing mainly on white collar office jobs. President Hichilema, who disclosed that he had started working for himself at the age of 27 years, said financial literacy should be enhanced in schools. President Hichilema said this when he hosted Professor Richard Williams, the principal and vice chancellor of Heriot-Watt University of Edinburgh in Scotland yesterday. “I started working for myself at a very early age of 27. I really believe that financial literacy is extremely important to young people and also to push the fact that kids must, obviously they have a curriculum which is very good but kids in school must not just…...

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