A role model of leadership

When Ntombetemba Ngobe got the opportunity to study at False Bay TVET College she grabbed it with both hands and shook out every opportunity to grow that the campus offered. With characteristic modesty, the former 2016 Student Representative Council President insists she got more out of the experience than she put in.

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Never give up, never do less than your best

Cheyenne Ferndale is a model of perseverance whose motto might as well be, ‘if at first you don’t succeed, bang on that door until it opens’.

After completing her matric and applying for learnerships at Metropolitan Holdings on several occasions without success, she decided to improve her chances with a qualification from False Bay TVET College and enrolled in the National N Diploma programme, Business Management N4–N6. This year, with the support of the College Work Integrated Learning Department, she finally got her foot in the door at her company of choice and is now completing her practical work element at Momentum.

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Amanda Mbovane

False Bay TVET College graduate Amanda Mbovane only fully realised the value of early childhood development (ECD) when she became a mother. Bringing up her three boys not only brought a mother’s joy but opened her mind to the importance of parental involvement in a child’s early learning, something she knew was lacking in many homes in her community of Philippi East and she decided to make a career of engaging with inquisitive young minds.

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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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A pledge for our youth

At a time of almost unprecedented stress and fear, False Bay TVET College’s Fish Hoek Campus held a timely Youth Day pledge event on 14 June 2021 to pay tribute to students who lost their lives and those who are sufferings from illnesses such as HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 across the country. 

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