Universities do not necessarily need separate courses on enterprise and entrepreneurship. Instead, entrepreneurship should be a lens through which we look at all education and the world of work. These were the views of a British expert who works internationally in the field of entrepreneurship development. She expressed them at last week’s Entrepreneurship Development in Higher Education (EDHE) Lekgotla 2020.

Ms Ceri Nursaw, the Chief Executive of the National Centre for Entrepreneurship in Education (NCEE), a government-run entrepreneurship facility in Britain, said, in this regard, she agreed with Mr Baraka Mthunga, who had addressed the conference from Tanzania. Both speakers were sharing a platform during the Lekgotla’s session on Developing Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies on Tuesday, 15 September.