South Africa’s #IndustrialStrategy

The national pass (matrix) rate rose about 2% from 2015-2016.

It’s a small win. Is it worth celebrating?

With more and more South Africans being left in the dust and ash of their anger, fewer people have access to the income they need to make their lives better. The cycle continues.

Fortunately, the law enforces skills development by charging employers directly for this. That is, labourers are subsidized when looking to build their skills.

Does the law work?

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