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Cash injection to boost unique KZN skills centre

by lloyd last modified 2008-11-04 15:27

Cash injection to boost unique KZN skills centre

4 November 2008

 

A unique computer skills training centre, effectively run by people with disabilities, will this week have its coffers boosted when Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana donates R500 000 as part of a vibrant skills exhibition and workshop scheduled for KwaZulu-Natal’s Mbonambi municipality this Friday (Nov 7).

The Minister’s handing over of the cheque to the Mzingazi Computer Training Centre will enhance its reputation as the area’s longstanding provider of technological and other related skills to its largely unemployed society.

 

In what promises to be a “skills festival” for the combined Inzalabantu and Mzingazi rural locals, the skills centre will not be the only beneficiaries on the day as the youth and unemployed will richly benefit from a workshop on various opportunities that they can easily access through the department’s various skills empowerment interventions.

 

A host of the department’s skills training experts will be at hand to impart the much needed knowledge, while stalwarts of the skills sector, including the various Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETAs), Further Education & Training Colleges, Umsobomvu Youth Fund and big business are among invited participants in both the exhibitions and workshops. The media is invited. Details of venue and time are as follows:

 

Venue:              Inzalabantu Sports Field, Kwambonambi Municipality

Date:                Friday, November 7

Time:                 09:00 – 14.00


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