Working hand in hand to enhance student employability
There is no doubt that the lack of work experience amongst graduates is one of the major contributors to the high unemployment rate in South Africa. That is why uMfolozi TVET College together with its industry partners, works tirelessly to ensure that their students find work placements in order... Read more
From TVET college student to BTech graduate
It has been proven that with a TVET College education, there are no limits to the possibilities. When Gilroy Forbes enrolled at West Coast TVET College, his vision was only to complete a qualification and to get into the labour market. Coming from Saron, a rural town just outside... Read more
Unisa, government MoU: Lasting change for inmates
The formalisation of a fruitful and long-standing relationship—one that has produced thousands of graduates over decades—took place on 9 June 2017. Unisa and the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) concluded a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to continue to provide tertiary education for inmates in South Africa’s correctional facilities. The... Read more
Mostly women graduate in construction
Of 200 graduates in the recent Nongoma certificate awards ceremony for students who had completed their training in bricklaying, plastering and carpentry, 126 were female. This was the culmination of a partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Human Settlement. In his speech, Nongoma mayor, Sthembiso Mathaba, said that this... Read more