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Research outputs: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
There are widespread claims of a shortage of artisans in South Africa. While there is general agreement that artisan development is crucial,...
Government policy documents increasingly highlight the critical role intermediary organisations can play to bridge supply and demand. But wh...
There is more to the role and developmental impact of higher education than economic development alone. In a rapidly changing and technologi...
This policy brief explores some attitudinal factors based on work-seekers' reflections on the most valued job attributes that affect worksee...Download this report