Eskom is not only building power stations – its multibillion rand generating capacity expansion programme is expanding the national skills base by providing hundreds of workers with development opportunities.
R24 million was invested in building and equipping the facility. To date, the centre has produced more than 380 qualified artisans, and another 300 are currently in training. Tlhahlong was established by Murray & Roberts as part of its obligations to Hitachi, which in turn was required to train 700 artisans.
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