The need for a robust HRD strategy is still as prevalent in South Africa today as it was at the beginning of our democracy …

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Towards the end of 2010, the HRD Council approved a Five-Point Implementation Plan based on the eight commitments of the …

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In March 2011, the HRDC established the foundational Learning Technical Task Team (TTT) to identify backlog in the …

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In South Africa it is estimated that 73% of all workers are employed by firms with less than 50 employees; and that 45% …

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About us

Human Resource Development Council of South Africa (HRDC)

  • About us

    We are the Human Resource Development Council of South Africa (HRDC), a national advisory body led and supervised by the office of the Deputy President of South Africa )

  • Our Aims and Objectives

    To increase productivity and the human resource development needed to successfully transform South Africa into a knowledge economy.

    To substantively improve national economic growth and development through the improved competitiveness of the South African economy.

  • Our Governance Structure

    Government, civil society sectors, organised business, professional bodies, higher education institutions and more are all represented in the Human Resources Development Council.