South African Qualifications Authority

 
Strike called off as Unisa, SRC reach an agreement
Strike called off as Unisa, SRC reach an agreement
The University of South Africa (Unisa) management and its student representative council (SRC) signed an agreement on Saturday that will see the
RPL is paved with good intentions
RPL is paved with good intentions
It is good to hear that both the minister of higher education and the South African Qualifications Authority acknow­ledge that the "recognition of prior learning" (RPL) is an essential aspect of an integrated post-school education and training system and they are...
Cut-price degrees, no sweat
Cut-price degrees, no sweat
As a high-school dropout with virtually no work experience I qualify for a PhD in theology. ...
Molefe 'shocked' about fake degree
Molefe 'shocked' about fake degree
Johnny Molefe, who was controversially appointed vice-chancellor of Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) last Friday, knew four years ago that...
Security lies in learning new skills
Security lies in learning new skills
The South African Qualifications Authority has invited Professor Tony Watts to address heads of industry on the importance of career guidance.
Report: SA could use Zim migrants' skills
Report: SA could use Zim migrants' skills
South Africa could be making better use of Zimbabwean migrants' skills but current immigration policy makes it difficult, according to a report...
Piano tuning a dying art in SA
Piano tuning a dying art in SA
No one in South Africa has been trained to tune a piano for nearly a decade -- leaving only about 50 ageing piano tuners in the country.

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