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Forging Partnerships in the delivery of Infrastructure Projects for Artisan Development
MILE in partnership with the eThekwini Municipal Academy and the Economic Development Unit​ hosted a Brown Bag Seminar to learn more about Artisan Development initiatives from the Western Cape Government. The event was hosted on 5th of July at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. 

The Western Cape government together with National Treasury, launched an impressive campaign to develop artisanal skills in the province, by identifying the province’s infrastructure maintenance needs, and the corresponding artisanal skills in demand to meet them.

The campaign began with an in depth study which ended with an outline, including initial costing an​d an indicative budget proposal, for a Government Infrastructure Maintenance Programme (GIMP) Toolkit. This thereafter, resulted in the successful roll out of a programme- the Skills Game Changer- which includes artisanal trainee placement programmes that enhance the absorption of artisanal skills in the public sector, and directly meets the outstanding infrastructure maintenance needs of the province.

The Brown Bag Session provided a platform for officials to learn directly from the Western Cape Team and will assist eThekwini in reaching its artisanal, and infrastructure service delivery visions.

Download presentations below:


 Presentations: Brown Bag Seminar-5 July 2017

Ms Nisha Daya's Presentation.pdf
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Ms Shirley Robinson's Presentation.pdf
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