Investing for a brighter future

Cape Town, 06 June 2016. Trans-Africa Projects (TAP) has generously pledged to pay tuition for 6 worthy False Bay TVET College electrical engineering students, from the Khayelitsha area who have demonstrated a talent for mathematics.

Trans-Africa Projects (PTY) Ltd is owned by Fluor (USA) and Eskom (RSA) offering a complete suite of electrical engineering services including project management and site supervision services.  In alignment with Eskom deliverables of skills development and job creation, TAP has gone through a process of selection, identifying False Bay TVET College as one of the preferred higher education and training providers. 


Matric isn’t the limit for learners with disabilities

The Department of Higher Education and Training has encouraged learners with disabilities to take advantage of the opportunities that are available to them.


Empowering women starts with education

Issued by: Oxbridge Academy
If we want to see more women in leadership positions across South Africa, we have to start with a focus on good education. This is the sentiment shared by Oxbridge Academy's group of exemplary female managers, including Siphokazi Vamva, who currently runs Oxbridge Academy's new Pretoria office.



Western Cape students to deliberate on transformation and decolonisation at Summit

Student leaders from eight universities and institutions of higher education and training across the Western Cape will came together this weekend to deliberate on, among others, transformation, decolonisation and the democratisation of higher education.

The New Hope Summit aims to facilitate critical engagement on these issues by creating a space for various role players such as student leaders, student movements and activist groups, the managements and councils of institutions, experts and academic and members of government to gather over a two day period. The Summit takes place from 16 – 17 April in the Amamaties Hub on the Stellenbosch University campus.


Train more women artisans - CEO

Cape Town - The majority of women in South Africa are still not gaining in terms of job placements in the economy, according to Sean Jones, CEO of the Artisan Training Institute (ATI), a black empowerment company.

He said, while legislation has been passed to push for more employment of women in the workplace, it appears SA is lagging when compared to its peers.