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.
Mon Trésor, the first urban development in Mauritius to obtain the Smart City Certificate, offers attractive incentives and investment opportunities.
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.
The two-day conference and the awards ceremony were convened by the National Skills Authority (NSA) this year under the theme ‘Building a demand-led skills development system that focuses on inclusive economic growth’, with over 1 000 delegates in attendance.
The College of Cape Town were recipients of two National Skills Awards at the 2019 National Skills Authority's Conference held on 14 & 15 March 2019.
Business South Africa offers companies a unique and effective means of engaging with the private sector and all levels of government in South Africa.
The drive to start producing renewable energy is growing, and researchers and companies in the North West are investigating several options.
While the South African animation sector is still in its infancy stages, it has potential to grow exponentially, pending consistent work commitment from international studios.
The Trade Test Centre in the Rosslyn hub services the automotive industry as a whole and forms part of the full value chain of training, testing and certification for trades.