False Bay TVET College hosted its annual Top Achievers Awards and Diploma Ceremony on 18 May at it's Khayelitsha Campus. A record number of students were recognized as Diploma Graduates, having met all the academic and workplace training required to qualify for the National Diploma.
Mon Trésor, the first urban development in Mauritius to obtain the Smart City Certificate, offers attractive incentives and investment opportunities.
A number of strategic opportunities available where high-intensity, mixed-use precincts are ready for development.
The celebratory occasion brought together the 6 Western Cape TVET Colleges who specialise in eight of the thirteen CoS trades.
Established manufacturers are investing in new capacity as two powerful new sectors – wind power and maritime – have started delivering on their potential to expand the Eastern Cape economy.
The Business Forum will offer South African companies a perfect networking opportunity with government officials from the UAE.
After months of handwork and precision coordination, 45 students and support staff of False Bay TVET College danced their way down the Green Point Fan-walk at the 10th Cape Town Carnival, 16 March 2019.
The renewable energy sector has the potential to unlock other sectors in the Northern Cape, such as manufacturing and construction.
The new campus underlines the continued phenomenal expansion of the College, which is perennially among the top-performing TVET colleges in South Africa.
The Greater Tygerberg Partnership has launched an innovation challenge to surface cutting-edge, implementable ideas to help enhance the safety of students in the area.