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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: UNEMPLOYMENT
2012 An assessment of skills development interventions in South Africa: skills development for the unemployed: the national skills fund and training of the unemployed
International studies on the impact of training for the unemployed have reported mixed results; some found that training has increased emplo...Download this report
The aim of this study was to identify challenges in the implementation of ESSA and to identify and make recommendations on areas of improvem...Download this report
In this article BEN ROBERTS, JARE STRUWIG and STEPHEN RULE examine the relative ranking by the South African public of challenges facing our...
2009 Learnerships and skills development in South Africa: a shift to prioritise the young unemployed
Much is expected from the new learnership system implemented in South Africa a mere seven years ago as a key component in putting a multi-pr...