Added by Moeketsi Jonathan Pholo on November 29, 2010 at 17:59 — No Comments
South Africa’s Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Ebrahim Ebrahim is to hand over a cheque for R5 million to support the victims of floods in Pakistan.…Continue
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We are urgently looking for training material for the following qualifications:
Added by Patricia Socikwa on November 28, 2010 at 16:02 — No Comments
Skills shortage is a common concern in most of african countries. Politicians are neglecting this problem. Yet social progress depend on the way the system generate competent employees and inventive labourers in different areas and sectors. As John Maynard Keynes said : growth and wealth are a matter of the capacity of producing skilled people in each sector of the economy. In fact, China and India are growing, to a great extent,thanks to the know-how and…Continue
Added by ALBERT LUTETE on November 27, 2010 at 23:44 — No Comments
My view is that in order to address this serious skills shortage, we have to begin to distinguish between skilled and semi- skilled workers. The ideal is to have skilled workers only but i think our situation ( poverty and unemployment) warrents economically active citezens.
The economic and industry sectors can do much better with more semi skilled workers who can earn an income and improve the livelyhoods of many more South Africans. An electrical contracter does not only…Continue
South Africa is committed to becoming a low carbon economy and to reducing our carbon emissions by
34% by 2020. The demand for skilled professionals in the carbon and energy sectors is rising. Predictions around job creation from these industries are very promising. The GreenPeace Ene…
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This letter sent by Project Literacry to clients, donors and friends may be of interest to skills-universe members - quoted in full below.
11 November 2010
Dear Project Literacy customers, donors and friends
You will be reading some coverage regarding our impasse with…
Added by sylvia hammond on November 19, 2010 at 10:08 — No Comments
PAKISTAN FLOOD RELIEF DAY 34-71 PART 2
Added by sylvia hammond on November 19, 2010 at 9:28 — No Comments
Paddy staggered home very late after another evening with his drinking buddies. He took off his shoes to avoid waking his wife, Kathleen.
He tiptoed as quietly as he could toward the…
Reported by Mandla Khoza from Komatipoort…Continue
PAKISTAN FLOOD RELIEF DAY 38 - 71 PART 1
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The National Credit Regulator (NCR) set up a Task Team in October 2009 to identify the blockages in the debt review process under the National Credit Act and make recommendations to address the problems
identified after consulting all major stakeholders.
Based upon the NCR’s statistics and July 2010 Task Team Report, the current position in debt counselling is as follows:
1, 733 debt counsellors are registered with the…
Added by Natasha Bovill on November 12, 2010 at 9:18 — No Comments
The Tourism & Business Institute of South Africa are offering all Grade 12 learners career guidance at no cost.
The diar need for guidance is much needed as students have really had a bumper year we need to nurture and guide them, choosing their choice of study. A statement was made a couple of days ago that 1 in every 10 grade 10 or 11 learner will make it to Grade 12 which is extremely low and should ring alarm bells.
Added by Ryan Van Der Vendt on November 12, 2010 at 6:44 — No Comments