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A study done by the Human Sciences Research Council showed that TVET College students suffered immensely when the country was placed under heavy lockdown. The lockdown saw students forced to stay at home and adjust to online learning.


You read right, the Department of Higher Education plans to improve the TVET system and wants TVET Colleges to be at the forefront of higher education. Minister Blade Nzimande has said that they are looking to resolve the issues within the TVET system and will also be making some changes.


Buti Manamela spoke on Radio 702 about how to save the academic year while also saving lives. He also spoke on TVET Colleges as they get ready to welcome students back in a week. 


The Minister of Higher Education has confirmed that post-school educations students are to receive free data. This data is to be used for online learning and to access resources so that the 2020 academic year can continue. False Bay College students should therefore register to receive free data.


Blade Nzimande, Minister of Higher Education, announced details on plans for TVET Colleges to complete the 2020 academic year. These include changes to be made to the academic calendar. 


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