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Recognising the need for skills development in Limpopo, Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana has announced that his department will invest R100 million in the province.
The money will go into the skills development fund, he said on Monday.
"All the provinces have been allocated a total of nearly R1 billion," said Mdladlana's spokesman, Mokgadi Pela.
The money for Limpopo would benefit 2109 unemployed young people and people in rural areas.
"Strategic projects are tourism and transport," said Pela.
The Expanded Public Works Programme, which is at the centre of the Accelerated and Shared Growth Initiative of South Africa, would also receive money to train building contractors and to restore sports facilities.
Said Mdladlana: "This is just one of the channels we're using to improve skills." - Sapa