Get Future Ready With False Bay TVET College
Whether you are looking for a post-matric or a vocational Grade 10 - 12 study option, False Bay TVET College offers vocational, occupational and skills training programmes.
Programmes have been designed to provide students with critical skills and practical experience in fields that present good prospects of employment. All College ministerial programmes are examined nationally.
Visit our website to apply.
NSFAS provides fully subsidised free higher education and training for poor and working class South Africans through bursaries. NSFAS funding is available to TVET College students as well so what's the criteria for TVET students to be funded?
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A veld fire that started on Sunday morning on the slopes of Table Mountain has destroyed a local restaurant and spread to the UCT campus. Reports have come in of fires burning on upper campus, middle campus and medical campus.
UPDATE at 14:43 UCT SRC advises evacuated res students should meet at Mowbray bus terminal for transport to secure locations.
UPDATE at 13:42 Students evacuating all campuses as strong winds aid the spread of the fire. UCT Sports Centre reported to have caught alight.
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