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National Skills Authority

by Lloyd Ramutloa last modified 2008-06-18 18:40

National Skills Authority

The National Skills Authority (NSA) was established in terms of section 4 of the Skills Development Act, 1998.

 

The functions of the NSA are to:

 

·          advise the Minister on a national skills development policy, a national skills development strategy, guidelines on the implementation of the National Skills Development Strategy, the allocation of subsidies from the National Skills Fund, and any regulations to be made

 

·         liaise with Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) on the national skills development policy and the National Skills Development Strategy

 

·          report to the Minister in the prescribed manner on the progress made in the implementation of the National Skills Development Strategy

 

·        conduct investigations on any matter arising out of the application of the Act

 

·          Exercise any other powers and perform any other duties conferred or imposed on the NSA by the Act.

 

Members

 

·        Dr. Khotso Mokhele: Chairperson

·          Mr. Jeffery du Preez : Representing Government, Department of Labour

·          Ms. Penny Vinjevold: Deputy Chairperson and EXCO Member, Department of Education

·          Ms. Pulane Masebe: Department of Trade and Industry

·          Ms. Nompumelelo Khuzwayo: Department of Provincial and Local Government       

·          Ms. Colette Clark: Department of Public Service and Administration

 

Representing Organised Business

 

·       Vusi Mabena: Business Unity S.A.

 

Deputy Chairperson and EXCO Member

 

·          Ms. Janet Lopes: Business Unity S.A.

·          Ms. Marina Gunter: Business Unity S.A.

·          Mr. Percy Mongalo: Business Unity S.A.

·          Dr. George Lindeque: Business Unity S.A.

 

Representing Organised Labour

 

·          Mr. Zola Nkomo: COSATU          

 

Deputy Chairperson and EXCO Member

 

·          Mr. Petrus Mawuku: COSATU

·          Mr. Sekete Moshoeshoe: COSATU

·          Mr. Dennis George: FEDUSA

·       Mr. Manene Samela: NACTU

 

Representing Community

 

·          Mr. Khulu Mbongo: S.A Youth Council

 

Deputy Chairperson and EXCO Member

 

·          Mr. Thulani Tshabalala: Disabled People S.A.

·          Ms. Brenda Modise: Women’s National Coalition

·          Ms. Mumsy Jobo: SA National Civic Organisation

·          Mr. Paul Lundall: Resource Person/Researcher

 

Representing Education and Training Providers

 

·          Prof Duma Malaza: Higher Education S.A. (HESA)

·          Mr. Selaelo Mailula: Further Education and Training

·          Mr. Joe Molai: Adult Basic Education and Training

·          Mr. Jay Ramnundlall: Association of Private Providers

 

Representing Employment Services

 

·        Mr. Elias Monage: Private Employment Services

·          Ms. Zodwa Mabaso: Public Employment Services (Department of Labour)

·          Dr. Florus Prinsloo: Skills Expert

·          Ms. Elizabeth Thobejane: Skills Expert

 

Representing SAQA

 

·          Mr. Samuel Isaacs: South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)

 

NSA Chief Executive Officer

 

·          Mr. Sam Morotoba: Acting DDG: ESDS and HRD


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