Albert told ABR that the four centres currently focus on practical training, covering technical (automotive, carpentry, welding, bricklaying, and plumbing), business skills, agricultural, and driver training. The training. The training basically posts school and post-college practical and relevant hands-on training that reinforced the theoretical training the students have previously been exposed to. The tuition is in Eglish, and a small commitment fee is charged, which means that funding is critical to the sustainability of these centres. It is for this reason that whilst LIBSA falls under Limpopo’s Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism, it is both a parastatal and a Section 21 company to allow for sponsorship from philanthropic sources. Albert said that there is a dire need for old engines and various vehicle parts hands-on training, and has appealed to the companies in the automotive industry who are in a position to help, to assist in this regard. Those who would like to assist can contact him at [email protected]