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DWT/CO–Pretoria: ILO Decent Work Team for Eastern and Southern Africa and ILO Country Office for South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland

Labour Market Information
An interactive workshop hosted by the ILO to strengthen the technical capacity in the use of survey data for labour market information and analysis in SADC countries.

Key resources

  1. Comparative analysis of national skills development policies: A guide for policy makers

    The new study was undertaken by the ILO to do a comparative analysis of National Skills Development Policies of 12 countries from Africa.

  1. The potential of non-profit organizations in the Free State Province to adopt a social enterprise approach

    This research report is to reflect the work done in a project to determine the potential for NPOs in the Free State to move towards a social-enterprise approach by increasing the proportion of income that they earn.

South Africa: The Free State enterPRIZE Job Creation Challenge

  1. The aim of the enterPRIZE job challenge is to enhance the growth of emerging, new and established entrepreneurs that are in the process of setting up a business or have a business they want to expand to with a view to seizing unexploited or underexploited market opportunities. The enterPRIZE job challenge is designed to create opportunities for business owners who find it difficult to secure conventional commercial funding for start-up or expansion of their ventures.

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