National Skills Fund (NSF) has allocated close to R 25 million to South Africa's Higher Education HIV/Aids Programme

September 2013
African Business News;9/3/2013, p10
The article reports that the National Skills Fund (NSF) has allocated close to 25 million rands to South Africa's Higher Education HIV/Aids Programme. The NSF grant will be used to bringing HIV into the mainstream of various academic courses, and to specifically to assist university lecturers to incorporate relevant modules of HIV/Aids into their teaching programmes.


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