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Zille explains WC apprenticeship programme

| Helen Zille, Premier of the Western Cape, chats to Kienno Kammies about the initiative in the SoundCloud above.

CAPE TOWN - Premier of the Western Cape Helen Zille officially launched the Western Cape's Apprenticeship Game Changer at the annual Premier's Council on Skills, which was held at the College of Cape Town in Pinelands.

Zille says the Game Changer will drastically increase the number of qualified apprentices in the province over the next few years.

She says many of the Game Changers are focused on young people.

The main goal of the Apprenticeship Game Changer is to achieve sufficient, appropriately qualified technical and vocational skilled people to meet the needs of prioritized economic growth areas in the Western Cape by 2019.

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