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Telkom SA announced on Monday that it will be granting South Africa’s tertiary-level students free access to a range of SA’s higher education websites and resources in the wake of the Noval Coronavirus outbreak in the country.

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Gone are the days of creating and servicing internal Information Technology infrastructures. These are rapidly fading to make way for Virtual Computer infrastructures so IT environments can become more flexible, scalable and affordable. As we move further into the fourth industrial revolution, it has become critical to learn more about the vast computing resources available on the Cloud so as to adapt to constantly-changing business needs. 

President Zuma's announcement that poor and working class students will be able to access free university courses has caused much excitment among young people.

The Central Applications Clearing House (CACH) online application service for matriculants, who struggled to secure a place at the educational institution of their choice.

Deputy Higher Education and Training Minister Manana at TVET Conference

After all the focus this month on the university sector, Deputy Minister of Education and Training Mduduzi Manana rallied the faithful at the 6th Annual African TVET and FET Conference. Opening the packed conference in Cape Town, Manana call the TVET college sector the 'backbone of South Africa's educational sector'.

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