SADC Ministers discuss labour market



SADC Ministers discuss labour market

Particular emphasis was placed on discussing governance and financing systems, skills for jobs and skills matching

Zimbabwean Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister, July Moyo attended a meeting of SADC Ministers in Lubango, Angola, where topical labour market issues were discussed.

The meeting, held in March, emphasised the importance of improving job creation and skills development in the region. This is reported by
the Herald.

The need to reform and improve technical and vocational education and training systems was identified as a key priority. Minister Moyo stressed the importance of training programmes that respond to labour market needs, echoing President Mnangagwa’s vision of the need to create a more skilled workforce.

The report of the SADC Ministers of Labour and Social Partners, released by the Ministry of Public Services, focused on discussions on governance and financing systems, skills for jobs, skills matching and the future of work. The official also reiterated Zimbabwe’s commitment to signing and ratifying the SADC protocols on employment and labour.

Moyo also provided an update on Zimbabwe’s readiness to host the forthcoming SADC summit, outlining the preparations and measures being taken to ensure the success of the event.





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