SDA 27 March 2023 1 Min Read Last Update: 27 March 2023 Quiz Time Welcome to SDA Quiz You can practice as many times as you want until you get all the answers 100% right. Let's get Started In which South African industry would the Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA (merSETA) primarily operate? Agriculture Manufacturing and Engineering Information Technology Health and Social Development What percentage of their payroll are employers required to contribute to the National Skills Fund under the Skills Development Levies Act of 1999? 0.5% 1% 1.5% 2% Which initiative allows individuals to be recognized and accredited for the skills and knowledge they have acquired through informal learning and work experience, as outlined in the Skills Development Act? Workplace Skills Plan National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Learnership programs Which of the following is an example of a training initiative that SETAs provide funding for? University scholarships Learnerships Primary school education Student loan repayment programs Which of the following is NOT a primary objective of the Skills Development Act of 1998 in South Africa? Promoting skills development and training Encouraging economic growth Reducing the national unemployment rate Encouraging foreign investment Which of the following is a primary function of the National Skills Authority in South Africa? Collecting Skills Development Levies from employers Advising the Minister of Higher Education and Training on skills development policy Providing direct training to employees in various sectors Implementing learnership programs in companies Which of the following is NOT exempt from paying Skills Development Levies in South Africa? A government department A registered charitable organization exempt from income tax A small business with an annual payroll of R400,000 A large corporation with an annual payroll of R5 million Which South African organization is responsible for the collection of Skills Development Levies from employers? Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) National Skills Authority South African Revenue Service (SARS) National Skills Fund 1 out of 8 Time is Up! Time's up Like what you read? Subscribe to our Newsletter Submit Subscribe to our email newsletter to get the latest posts delivered right to your email.