The international Kaapvaal Craton project was used to provide extensive training and human resource capacity building within the South African geoscience research community. This report discusses the mechanisms of recruitment, success rates and outcomes of the southern African students specifically, as well as the positive aspects and shortcomings of the protocol that was followed. Suggestions are offered to improve future programmes of this nature.

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