There are 50 registered and accredited public FET Colleges in South Africa which operate close to 300 campuses spread across the rural and urban areas of the country. These FET colleges offer vocational or occupational training for specific job or employment possibilities.

As Matriculants nationwide are busy writing their final examinations, the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande briefed the nation as to HOW the Department of Higher Education and Training's (DHET's) Turnaround Strategy for all 50 Further Education and Training (FET) Colleges across their 264 campuses, will WORK.

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The Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, announced that government has set its sights on enrolling 4 million students at Further Education and Training (FET) Colleges by 2013. The 2014 enrollment target sits at 1 million (from 657, 690 in 2012). This target forms part of government's comprehensive FET Colleges Turnaround Strategy for all 50 FET Colleges and its 264 campuses, countrywide. Enrollments aside, Minister Nzimande was asked how he envisions an ideal FET College. This is what he said:

Umfolozi College, based in the heart of Zululand, came into being as a result of the merger of Richtek Technical College, Mandeni College and the former Eshowe Teachers’ College of Education.

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The Careers Portal spoke to Melody Marescia Academic Manager of Education and Training at the College of Cape Town, about its new National Certificate Vocational (NCV) course in Primary Health.

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The Mthashana College for Further Education and Training (FET) is located in Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal.

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The Sekhukhune Further Education and Training (FET) College is a South African Public institution accredited by Umalusi and the Further Education and Training Colleges Act (FETC Act no 16 of 2006), and has been registered with the Limpopo Department of Education in terms of the Provincial regulations for registration of institutions. The College emerged as a result of the merger process between two Colleges, namely, CS Barlow and CN Phatudi.

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Situated in Newcastle, in the northern part of KwaZulu-Natal, Majuba College is an integral component in the regional strategy for economic development, poverty alleviation, employment creation, skills development and empowerment.

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If you are based in South Africa's northern province, Limpopo, the land of myths, legends, beautiful scenery and landscape, as well as majestic Baobab trees, you might want to consider studying at Lethaba Further Education and Training (FET) College.

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Mnambithi College for Further Education and Training (FET) is located in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal.

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Are you interested in a career within the Engineering, Electrical, Hospitality, IT or Office administration industry? At Lephale Furhther Education and Training (FET) College in Limpopo you can choose from a variety of career options to advance your future in the way you want.

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At Elangeni College for Further Education and Training (FET) support is given to Life Long Learning and students are taught by trained assessors and moderators that ensure quality delivery in an assortment of subject fields.

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Nkangala Further Education and Training (FET) College is the largest educational institution in the Mpumalanga Province, serving the community in the Nkangala region.

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The Coastal KwaZulu-Natal Further Education and Training (FET) College is a merger of the former Durban Technical College, Swinton Road Technical College and Umlazi Technical College.

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The Ehlanzeni Further Education and Training (FET) College in Mpumalanga comprises of seven merged campuses. The seventh Campus, which is Mapulaneng has just been merged under Ehlanzeni FET College following the newly demarcated boundaries of Ehlanzeni Region which have been extended to cover the former Bohlabelo Region.

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South West Gauteng College is a public Further Education and Training (FET) institution operating under the auspices of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) and the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE).

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Goldfields Further Education (FET) College was establishes in 2002 through the merger of the former Tosa Technical College and the Welkom Technical College. The region of the Free State where the College is based, is predominantly known for its gold mining industry, hence the name Goldfields FET College.

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The College of Cape Town is the oldest Further Education and Training (FET) Institution in South Africa with a history dating back to the beginning of the 20th century.

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The Flavius Mareka FET College was named after Mr. Flavius Mareka, a prominent figure in educational, cultural and political circles. Mr Mareka lived in Kroonstad and passed away in 1965. The College was formed when the Sasolburg Technical College, Kroonstad Technical College and Mphohadi College of Education merged in 2000.

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The Western College for Further Education and Training (Westcol) is a Further Education & Traing (FET) College established within the public frameworks of the South African Departments of Education and Further Education. Westcol offers 1,2 and 3-year diplomas and training in many specialised fields.

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Umgungundlovu FET College (UFET) is a public FET College that offers both certificate and diploma programmes to learners. The College is situated in Pietermartizburg and draws learners from the greater midlands area.

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The Tshwane North College for Further Education and Training (FET) is a public institution that is the product of the merger of the then three former technical Colleges: Mamelodi, Pretoria and Soshanguve Colleges.

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