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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Skills development is high on the South African policy agenda. There are many current interventions to improve the quantity and quality of s...Download this report
2014 Developing a skills planning mechanism in South Africa: a policy oriented research contribution
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2014 Improving the fit: making the skills development levies act work better in South African national government departments
This article presents a case study of how the Skills Development Levies Act (SDLA) of 1999 (RSA, 1999) was implemented to drive skills devel...
2014 Towards understanding the distinctive nature of artisan training: implications for skills planning in South Africa
While all agree that increased artisan development is important, there is substantial disagreement about the scale and nature of demand for ...