sector education and training authorities (Setas)

 
Billions wasted on Setas funding as skills crisis worsens
Billions wasted on Setas funding as skills crisis worsens
Auditor general Kimi Makwetu has expressed serious doubts that the controversial sector education and training authorities (Setas) are achieving...
Streamlined Setas for better skills
Streamlined Setas for better skills
Improvements to the effectiveness of the sector education and training authorities (Setas), recommended by the government's green paper on...
Unskilful handling of skills
Unskilful handling of skills
The acting director general of the department of higher education and training, Gwebs Qonde, is correct in assuming that employers in South Africa...
Seta overhaul sparks outrage
Seta overhaul sparks outrage
Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande faces both external and internal rebellion against his moves this week to redraw the...
Fine art of training artisans
Fine art of training artisans
Government is in the final stages of fashioning a response to South Africa's artisan shortage. The new growth path and national skills development strategy have set a target of registering an additional 50 000 artisans by 2015. This entails...
Nzimande: New strategy for skills shortage
Nzimande: New strategy for skills shortage
An economy "constrained by a severe lack of skills" was behind the launch of the third National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS III), Higher...
Nzimande: Setas have not failed, should be altered
Nzimande: Setas have not failed, should be altered
Sector Education and Training Authorities (Setas) have not failed and are expected to be more successful following consolidation in the system,...
Skills crisis truce called
Skills crisis truce called
Two of the department of higher education and training's most important divisions have declared a temporary truce to simmering hostilities as they...

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