Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), as formal or informal education and training, is geared towards the development of skills that are aligned to the needs of the industry. However, there are mismatches or shortages in the developed technical skills of graduates with the industry’s expectations. These are the industry-practice gaps. This study mapped these industry-practice gaps through a thematic literature review of the TVET practices. Moreover, the literature identified solutions for bridging the gaps. Twenty-five pieces of literature were reviewed, and MAXQDA was used to conduct inductive thematic analysis, resulting in the identification of major themes. The main themes in industry-practice gaps are transversal skills as determinants of TVET employability, mismatches and shortages of technical skills, and administrative support as an integral part of TVET systems.