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iKamva National e-Skills Institute Bill: Draft

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  • [G. 41233 GoN 1227] - Comment by 8 Dec 2017
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Various Government policies have indicated the shortage of e- skills, and in response thereto the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services is in the process of establishing the iKamva National e- Skills Institute as a legal entity in order to address such shortage. The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services hereby publishes the iKamva National e- Skills Institute Bill for general information and comments from interested persons.

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