THE MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION, DR BLADE NZIMANDE STATEMENT ON THE COVID 19 VACCINATION ROLL OUT PLAN FOR THE POST SCHOOL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SECTOR

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23 July 2021
Programme Director;
Deputy Minister Buti Manamela;
Senior Management of the Department of Higher Education and Training;
HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Prof Ramneek Ahluwalia;
My Advisors and Ministry Staff;
DHET entities;
Vice Chancellors and Universities Management;
SAPCO leadership;
Students Leadership, both SAUS and SATVETSA;
Members of the media;
Ladies and gentlemen
Good Afternoon

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