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The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) says there is more to the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Amendment Act than just criminalising qualifications fraud and lying about qualifications on CVs.

People with disabilities have an essential role to play in the modern workplace as they offer a unique perspective.

Somewhere between 15 March and 29 April the phrases <b>Workplace Skills Plan</b> and <b>Annual Training Report</b> start flying around.  

As part of a series of events to celebrate 21 years of the South African National Qualifications Framework (NQF), stakeholders in education and training in South Africa and Europe met for a two-day

Representatives of the 105 statutory and non-statutory professional bodies recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) met to reflect on their RPL practices at an international seminar, which forms part of a series of events to mark the 21st anniversary of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). 

A Sector Skills Plan (SSP) is developed by each Seta to identify the skills priorities within the sector.

In February 2019, Minister Naledi Pandor of the Department of Higher Education and Training, promulgated the National Skills Development Plan to improve the skills development in terms of Section 9(4) of the Skills Development Act.

The Ekuruleni West College’s Boksburg Campus played host to 40 Chinese companies operating in South Africa for the inaugural South Africa-China Enterprise and Trade Association

Inaugural water sanitation two-day workshop sets the stage for a water industrialisation plan. 

In President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 2019 State of the Nation Address (SONA), he stated; one of his “five most urgent tasks at this moment in our history” is improving the education system and developing the skills for the future.

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