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Research outputs: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
A key area for policy in South Africa is how to develop a strong foundation of labour market information and to provide the type of intellig...Download this report
In the light of South Africa's high levels of unemployment and relatively small informal sector, enabling and supporting growth of small, me...Download this report
2015 How does social inequality continue to influence young people's trajectories through the apprenticeship pathway system in South Africa?: an analytical approach
The paper contributes by proposing an analytical approach that allows for the identification of patterns of participation in education and t...
2015 Understanding interactive capabilities for skills development in sectoral systems of innovation: a case study of the sugarcane growing and milling sector in KwaZulu-Natal
This case study report is a product of the Labour Market Intelligence Partnership (LMIP), a large scale, long-term research and development ...