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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.
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Maluti FET College has eight campuses: Bethlehem and Bonamelo in Bethlehem, Harrismith, Itemoheleng, Phuthaditjhaba, Kwetlisong in Riverside, Sefikeng in Tsheseng Village and Lere la Tshepe in Tseki Village. The main economic activities in these areas are agriculture – mainly maize and wheat – and tourism.

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Metheo FET College runs a number of satellite campuses and projects throughout the central Free State and Gariep, from Jacobsdal to Koffiefontein, from Zastron to Rouxville.

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South Africa’s 50 public Further Education and Training colleges are young institutions. They were created as recently as 2002 in terms of the FET Act, no 98 of 1998 with the declaration of former technical colleges, colleges of education and training centres into 50 merged FET colleges. The reason for the reform was to combine smaller and weaker colleges with stronger institutions, in order to develop economies of scale and create capacity within colleges to reach more students, and offer a wider range of programmes; ultimately positioning them to better meet social and economic demands.

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Buffalo City FET College is a result of the merger between East London Technical College and Border Technical College. It has four campuses: in East London, St Marks, John Knox Bokwe and King Street; administering to approximately 9 000 students (in 2005) with just under a third of that number studying full-time.

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South Africa’s FET Colleges are intended to provide vocational study for people who are more technically oriented. In order to do so, they provide the NCV (National Certificate Vocational).

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The merging of technical colleges in the Eastern Cape has created new opportunities for Port Elizabeth FET College to position itself as a skills provider to the Nelson Mandela Metropole.

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