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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: EMPLOYMENT
Between February and October 2012, a group of HSRC research interns embarked on a study entitled the Youth-Driven Development Project. The s...
2012 Impact Assessment of National Skills Development Strategy II: developing skills and capabilities through the learnership and apprenticeship pathway systems: synthesis report: assessing the impact of learnerships and apprenticeships under NSDSII
At the end of the five-year period of the National Skills Development Strategy II (2005 to 2010), the Department of Labour (DoL) sought to a...Download this report
2012 An assessment of skills development interventions in South Africa: skills development through structured qualifications: learnerships and apprenticeships: locating skills development in spatial and economic context
The learnership and apprenticeship systems are in their infancy, but evidence suggests that participation in these pathways has created acce...Download this report
In 1994 South Africa's mining sector employed 610 000 workers. Within a short six years, by 2000, this had dropped to 418 000. The rapid dec...