In the hot Seta

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The SKills Development Act, 1998 (SDA) established the new regulatory framework for promoting and developing the skills of the South African workforce and for achieving the obvjectives of the natioal skills development strategy. Dawn Norton and Brendan Barry analyse the impact of the amendments to the Skills Act which were originally drafted to bring Setas into line.

 

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