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Research outputs: EMPLOYMENT
This book draws on a long tradition of critical, analytical scholarship to provide an important contribution to our understanding of South A...
The global shift from vocational education and training (VET) to further education and training (FET) is more than a name change. It heralds...
Long vital to social development in South Africa, the non-profit sector - broadly meaning the organisations which are neither profit making ...