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The False Bay TVET College, Centre for Entrepreneurship (CfE) applied for an innovative project of incubating 20 young entrepreneurs late in 2020 and were awarded this in January 2021.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted the economy with most sectors experiencing significant contraction in 2020. However, agriculture bucked the trend and exhibited respectable growth despite the pandemic’s effect on exports and labour.

Aphiwe Adonisi

Westlake Campus CBMT lecturer, Mr Aphiwe Adonisi, and other False Bay TVET College lecturers participated in the four-month-long Project-Based Teaching and Learning Programme for artisan trades. The programme is supported by the Department of Higher Education & Training, GIZ and Skills Development for the Green Economy (SD4GE) II. 

The College Management is pleased to announce that a long-term lease agreement between False Bay TVET College and the Seaview Baptist Church was officially concluded
on 11 May 2021. Seaview Baptist Church will lease the North-Eastern corner of Erf 48076 of the proposed Mitchells Plain Campus site which will be developed in 2022.

The transfer of the 6 796-hectare erf was completed yesterday, 23 February 2021, and registered to False Bay TVET College. It is anticipated that more than 5 000 students from
Mitchells Plain, Strandfontein, Khayelitsha, Philippi, Mandalay, Grassy Park, Pelican Park, and other communities will benefit directly from the development. The new educational
facility would serve surrounding communities on the Cape Flats, which is home to approximately 1.5 million residents.

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact, destabilising the economy and putting pressure on already fragile livelihoods and communities. Restrictions on trade have
led to reduced imports and price hikes impacting both industry and consumers. Businesses have suffered further through loss of trade caused by the restrictions on movement and
limits on gatherings. Rising costs and declining revenue have forced many businesses to close or scale down, leading to job losses and declining household incomes. Unsurprisingly,

False Bay TVET College is a leader in the public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector and is rated one of the top-performing South Africa public TVET colleges, with sound governance and financial controls.

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