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ArcelorMittal South Africa

ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited is the largest steel producer on the African continent, with a production capacity of 7.8 million tonnes of liquid steel per annum.
Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality

The Dr Kenneth Kaunda DM consists of four local municipalities i.e. Matlosana, Tlokwe, Maquassi Hills, and Ventersdorp. The area covered by the District Municipality appears on the map below (Figure B.1) and this is followed by the demographics. The statistical information is the combination of the projections of the 2006 population based on the 2001 Census, the 2007 Community Survey by StatsSA, the Quantec Research of 2008, the Dr Kenneth Kaunda DM Spatial Development Framework of 2011 and other analyses described hereunder. The analyses are based upon demarcations boundaries as at 2010 provided by Statistics South Africa.

City & Guilds

A world leader in skills education, City & Guilds works with governments, employers, colleges and training providers to deliver workplace relevant qualifications, certification and assessment. Our qualifications are valued by employers across the world, helping individuals and businesses develop their skills for personal and economic growth.

Steinmuller South Africa

High-Quality Engineering and Construction Bilfinger Power Africa (Pty) Ltd. is a company in the Bilfinger Power Systems Group and offers a wide range of maintenance, refurbishment and ancillary services and manufacturing activities for coal-fired power plants and other industries in South Africa. Bilfinger Power Africa has a number of subsidiary and associate companies in South Africa, with the following shareholdings: Steinmüller Africa (Pty) Ltd.: 74.9%     - Pretoria Works
Technology Innovation Agency

The Technology Innovation Agency (TIA or the Agency)

Human Resource Development Council of South Africa

Partnering to innovatively develop SA’s human potential   The Human Resource Development Council The Human Resource Development Council of South Africa (HRDC) is a multi-tiered and multi stakeholder advisory body under the leadership and a stewardship of the Deputy President of South Africa. It is managed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Training. Membership is based on a five-year tenure and consists of representatives from a number of Government Ministries, organised labour and senior business leadership, as well as academia and civil society Aims The aims is to develop institutional synergies for an integrated Human Resource Development Strategy of South Africa which will stimulate a culture of training and lifelong learning at individual, organisational and national levels to transform our country into a knowledge economy. Our Mission: The HRDC seeks to: Advise the government on the HRD Strategy and its priorities;
AgriSETA

The scope of AgriSETA covers the agricultural sector from input services to the farm, activities on the farm and the first level processing activities from the farm. 

SA Board for People Pratices

On 14 May 2014, under the leadership of the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) and HR Future magazine, 74 HR professionals gathered in Mogale City to write the first set of HR Professional Practice Standards, supporting the National HR Management System Standard developed in 2013. The HR Management System Standard was already very well received throughout the country and sixteen other countries. Since last year, more than 1500 delegates attended roll-out sessions in six provinces plus in-house presentations to many employers, higher education institutions, top consulting firms and SABPP alliance partners. Thus, we have now entered Phase III of the National HR Standards journey. The three phases are: Development of HR Management System Standard (May 2013); Development of HR Management System Application Standard (August 2013); and Development of HR Professional Practice Standards (May 2014).

Rand Water

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The Innovation Hub

The Innovation Hub, Africa's first internationally accredited Science and technology park and a full member of the International Association of Science Parks is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency.  It was established by the Gauteng Provincial Government through its Department of Economic Development to promote socio-economic development and competitiveness of Gauteng through innovation. Strategically located in Pretoria, Gauteng - South Africa's executive capital and 'smart' Province - The Innovation Hub's intelligent community has become a regional centre of innovation and knowledge creation, linked to the fast moving world of global interconnectivity.  Its enterprise development programmes include the Maxum Business Incubator, mLab, the Climate Innovation Centre South Africa, and the BioPark@Gauteng and EkasiLabs.