Gauteng, July 4th 2018 – the Accounting Authority and Management hosted the Gauteng Province Discretionary Grant Workshop at the University of Witwatersrand with the objective of assisting stakeholders with discretionary grant application support.
The CETA Accounting Authority and Management also sought to understand stakeholder needs and challenges within the CETA system so as to provide solutions to those challenges.
The CETA encouraged Gauteng women based organisations to apply for discretionary grant as they form part of the CETA’s key strategic areas which are, women, military veterans, the disabled, youth and rural and township development.
The system was designed in a way that is convenient and user friendly specifically for Non-Governmental Organisations and Public entities.
“Artisans are important in the economy of the county as for every one engineer 32 artisans are needed to drive the economy, making it competitive. True development of the people cannot be achieved through short skills programmes but through complete quality qualifications” – Mr Webster Mfebe – CETA Accounting Authority Member.