Cape Town – The Department of Higher Education has warned matric pupils who are writing their final examinations to be vigilant and not fall victim to bogus colleges.
The department said scores of young people were falling prey to unregistered colleges in South Africa.
In 2021, the department reported that it had identified 89 bogus colleges in South Africa.
Speaking to the SABC News, the Department of Higher Education’s director of registration Shaheeda Essack urged prospective students to verify authenticity of colleges with the department through their website, before applying.
They also needed to check with different SETAS and Quality Council For Trades & Occupations (QCTO), if the…
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