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Launch of the Eswatini National Skills Audit

On Thursday, 5 November 2020, the Minister of Labour and Social Security Hon. Makhosi Vilakati officially launched the Eswatini National Skills Audit. The audit will be led by the Eswatini Economic Policy Analysis and Research Centre (ESEPARC) and aims at compiling accurate and reliable information…

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UNIVERSAL ACCESS AND SERVICE SURVEY

The Eswatini Communications Commission is conducting a review of the current Universal Access and Service Strategy and drafting the next 3-year strategy. We would like you to kindly participate in this survey which is intended to assist the Commission in understanding the demand for access to…

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ESEPARC presents ECCE study to Ministry

Eswatini’s National Education and Training policy 2018 emphasises the need to ensure all children in Eswatini aged 0 to 8 years have equal opportunity to access quality Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) services. However, in 2018, the Eswatini Household Income and Expenditure Survey (EHIES)…

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ESEPARC secretariat of COVID-19 Recovery Plan

On Friday, 14th of August 2020, Honourable Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini officially launched the Post COVID-19 Kingdom of Eswatini Recovery Plan, at Royal Villas, Ezulwini.  The launch was attended by cabinet ministers, principal secretaries, heads of departments, the private sector, and various members of…

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COVID-19 RESPONSE: IDEAS FOR THE KINGDOM OF ESWATINI

‘‘COVID-19 impacts are dynamic and can be direct and indirect with some to be felt immediately while others will creep up in the medium and long-term’’. For more information please click on link below for a copy of; COVID-19 RESPONSE: IDEAS FOR THE KINGDOM OF…

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THE TIME TO INVEST IN THE YOUTH IS NOW!

“The time to invest in the youth is now,” declares a young entrepreneur during an ESEPARC seminar on “Rethinking our Regular 8-5” held at the Mbabane Theatre Club, December 2019. “Eswatini’s youth are not the future but the present” he emphasised, calling upon policymakers to…

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UNLEASHING ESWATINI’S PROMISING ENTREPRENEURS

A core principle of Africapitalism is the need to empower African entrepreneurs, ensuring that they are able to unleash their potential to create and grow their own businesses as a way to build more diverse and resilient economies. With the high level of unemployment and…