King Sabata Dalindyebo TVET College
King Sabata Dalindyebo TVET College aims to produce labour market ready graduates. Their mission is to provide quality teaching and learning. They offer both full-time and part-time programmes. King Sabata Dalindyebo TVET College encourages and assists their students when applying for bursaries especially NSFAS funding.
- NCV Business Studies
- NCV Engineering Studies
- NCV Utility Studies
- Report 191 Business Studies
- Report 191 Engineering Studies
- Report 191 Utility Studies
Consult the website for information regarding fees. Click on Students Info then click on Fee Structure.
- Mthatha Campus
- Zimbane Campus
- Mapuzi Campus
- Ntabozuko Campus
- Ngcobo Campus
- Mngazi Campus
- Libode Campus
Applications may be done online. Application forms may be collected from any of the campuses listed above.
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