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Zebradriver@yahoo.com
No. 4 2nd Street Orange Grove Jhb Johannesburg 2192
Tel: +27743549298, +27117288229

Mamelodi
\- University of Pretoria

The University has seven campuses as well as a number of other sites of operation, such as the Pretoria Academic Hospital. Central administration is located at the Hatfield Campus.

The University of Pretoria offers more than 1 800 academic programmes in two of the official languages, namely Afrikaans and English. (Some programmes and modules are offered only in English.)

In 1996, the University of Pretoria became the university with the highest research output in South Africa and we have maintained this status.

The University of Pretoria celebrated its Centenary in 2008.

The academic programmes of the University are offered in nine faculties, as well as a business school. The faculties comprise a total of 140 departments and 85 centres, institutes and bureaus. UP is at the forefront of tertiary education in the country and collaborates with world-class partners to ensure continued excellence in learning and teaching.

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csc@up.ac.za
Mamelodi, Pretoria, South Africa Pretoria
Tel: +27124203111

LC de Villiers Sports
\- University of Pretoria

The University has seven campuses as well as a number of other sites of operation, such as the Pretoria Academic Hospital. Central administration is located at the Hatfield Campus.

The University of Pretoria offers more than 1 800 academic programmes in two of the official languages, namely Afrikaans and English. (Some programmes and modules are offered only in English.)

In 1996, the University of Pretoria became the university with the highest research output in South Africa and we have maintained this status.

The University of Pretoria celebrated its Centenary in 2008.

The academic programmes of the University are offered in nine faculties, as well as a business school. The faculties comprise a total of 140 departments and 85 centres, institutes and bureaus. UP is at the forefront of tertiary education in the country and collaborates with world-class partners to ensure continued excellence in learning and teaching.

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csc@up.ac.za
South Street, Hatfield, 0186 Pretoria
Tel: +27124206060

University of Pretoria - Prinshof
\- University of Pretoria

The University has seven campuses as well as a number of other sites of operation, such as the Pretoria Academic Hospital. Central administration is located at the Hatfield Campus.

The University of Pretoria offers more than 1 800 academic programmes in two of the official languages, namely Afrikaans and English. (Some programmes and modules are offered only in English.)

In 1996, the University of Pretoria became the university with the highest research output in South Africa and we have maintained this status.

The University of Pretoria celebrated its Centenary in 2008.

The academic programmes of the University are offered in nine faculties, as well as a business school. The faculties comprise a total of 140 departments and 85 centres, institutes and bureaus. UP is at the forefront of tertiary education in the country and collaborates with world-class partners to ensure continued excellence in learning and teaching.

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ssc@up.ac.za
Prinshof Pretoria

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info@tshwaneinstitute.co.za
tshwane institute of technology@@@222 central str@@@0002 pretoria @@@gauteng
Tel: +27127518427

St John Vianney Seminary NPC, is both a training facility and a house of formation. As a training facility, it is registered with the Department of Education through the Council for Higher Education as a private provider of higher education, under the Higher Education Act, 1997 with the Registration Certificate Number 2000/HE08/007. Four qualifications are duly registered with the same authorities, namely the Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy), Bachelor of Theology, Bachelor of Ministry and Bachelor of Theology (Honours). Fourteen full-time and resident staff members, also known as formators, who are all priests in the Catholic Church, form the core of the teams of lecturers in three departments, namely the Philosophy, Theology and Pastoral Theology Departments. Other lecturers are associates or visiting lecturers who are employed full-time elsewhere, either with neighbouring academic institutions or within the Catholic Church in the region of Pretoria and Johannesburg. Lecturers with suitable qualifications are employed on this basis, regardless of their religious affiliation. The majority of students for the priesthood enter St. John Vianney Seminary mainly as first year Philosophy students after successful completion of the Orientation Year at St. Kizito Seminary. The latter institution admits students who have a minimum of 25 points on completion of their matriculation exams. Students first complete a minimum of two years Philosophy, a basic Church requirement. Others who qualify go on to do a third year of Philosophy. The theological and pastoral training lasts for a period of four and a half years. Upon successful completion of training in the Seminary and on approval of personal assessment according to provisions of church law, students present themselves to their church authorities, the bishops, for ordination and admittance to ministry.

As a house of formation, St John Vianney Seminary NPC, provides for the human growth and development of students in the spiritual, pastoral and communal spheres. Through a well-structured community life in small groups and the larger group of students, each person is given the opportunity to interact with others in constructive ways. In this manner, students learn not only leadership, but also other social skills that would assist them in ministry. Accordingly, resident students live in sections of the house that enables them to identify with a particular group, called a formation group, headed by one of the resident formators, who ordinarily live in the same group area. This group expresses itself through bi-weekly sessions of prayer and worship and other occasional meetings, both formal and informal. Students in a formation group organize themselves that provide service for both the group itself and for the larger student community. The formation group also forms the basic nucleus of teams for inter-block games and sports. Besides formation groups, students ordinarily belong to other groups in the larger student community, namely devotion and prayer groups, sports teams, e.g. football, volleyball, cricket and squash.

For spiritual growth and development, students have an extensive program of training and assistance, including the attendance of two annual retreats, monthly days of recollection, occasional spiritual talks, and monthly one-on-one sessions of spiritual direction. For students who need further psychological assistance, the Seminary provides these services by referral to professionals.

Students’ pastoral training consists in a four and a half year program in which they obtain and practice pastoral skills. Besides class work, students are placed locally according to ability and interest, in certain projects in order to practice pastoral skills. The limited local pastoral placement program, which includes student ministry at Tshwane University of Technology and Pretoria University, ministry at the Hospice and certain Catholic parishes for ministry to the sick and aged, catechism assistance, ministry to children without shelter, and prison ministry. Students who have completed their second year of Theology do a six-month Pastoral Internship period outside of the Seminary in the diocese for which they are students. This program is closely monitored and assessed. Thereafter they return to the Seminary for their final two years of study and formation.

At the end of each academic year, the Formation Staff meet to discuss and assess each student, submitting reports to the President. The President writes personal assessment reports to the bishop of each student.

Currently, there are 120 Residential Students with 22 Day Students, which includes both private students and those from the surrounding religious formation houses

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info@sjv.ac.za
179 Main Street, Waterkloof, Pretoria South Africa 0181 Pretoria
Tel: +27124602039
Fax: 27 (0)12 460 3596

The International Academy of Reflexology & Meridian Therapy is committed to:

Providing an accredited qualification as per the requirements of Act and Regulations governing the profession of Reflexology in South Africa, allowing students to apply for registration with the Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa, albeit student registration whilst studying and full registration as a qualified therapist once graduated;
Providing highly qualified, competent lecturers as well as comprehensive, quality learning materials;
Providing quality education facilities at all sites of delivery;
Providing quality learning and a state-of-the-art Distance E-Learning platform;
Providing the student with a high standard of knowledge and practical skills to become a competent health professional within an exemplary and professional code of conduct;
Encouraging the qualified graduate to continuously contribute to the development in the field of Reflexology & Meridian Therapy by means of data gathering, case study documentation and research;
Encouraging the qualified graduate to contribute to society by means of community work;
Promoting Reflexology and Meridian Therapy as preventative health therapies, making it available to people of all ages and all backgrounds, and in so doing contribute to their overall improved health and well-being

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info@reflexologycourse.co.za
68 Wessels Road, Rivonia, 2128, South Africa P.O. Box 3748, Rivonia, 2128 Johannesburg
Tel: +27118077184
Fax: 27 (11) 807 7184

Since 1994, legislative frameworks and policies were put into place to deal with many of the challenges facing our society, including the transformation of the education system.

Subsequently, indications were given by the Northern Cape Department of Education that the three technical colleges should amalgamate. The first phase would incorporate the merging of the R C Elliott Technical College and the Moremogolo. Technical College into Kimberley College. The amalgamation of the 2 institutions was implemented as of January 1997.

The second phase of the amalgamation process was the merger of the newly formed Kimberley College (ex Moremogolo and RC Elliott) and the Northern Cape Technical College. This process was envisaged to be completed by January 1999.

The amalgamation became effective as of 1 April 2002. The College is now known as the Northern Cape Urban TVET College, and it operates on two campuses, namely the Northern Cape Technical College, now known as City Campus, and Moremogolo Campus, previously known as Moremogolo College.

The Northern Cape Urban TVET College is an accredited Service Provider via Umalusi. The College Quality Management System is ISO 9001:2008 certified. The College Health and Safety Management System was NOSA Four Star Graded in July 2012.

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info@ncutvet.edu.za
Private Bag X5031, Cullinan Crescent, Kimberley, 8300 Kimberley
Tel: +27538392000
Fax: 27 (0) 53 832-1713

After much investigation and debate, the 1972 Baptist Union Assembly, meeting at King William's Town, approved a motion that a Western Province branch of the Baptist Theological College of South Africa, be established in Cape Town, which would admit students of all races.

Cape Town Baptist Seminary was previously known as The Baptist Theological College of South Africa, Cape Town. The name change took place in September 2001.

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info@ctbs.org.za
52 - 64 Tarentaal Road,, Bridgetown 7764, Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: +27216379020
Fax: 27 21 633 2626

Johannesburg Polytechnic started as a computer college way back in 2002 in Braamfontein, it was then known as Strathrand Graduate Institute, in 2007 it started a collaboration with Johannesburg Polytech Institute when it moved to New Doornfontein, offering computer courses and internet access to high school and college students.

In 2009, Johannesburg Polytechnic moved to Braamfontein once again when it started offering ACCA and CAT courses.

In 2011 the college added CIMA Certificate and Diploma Courses to its portfolio and became a Computer Based Examinations Centre for ACCA

In 2012, Johannesburg Polytechnic was officially registered as a limited company and accredited by MICT Seta to offer National Certificates and FET Certificates in Information Technology.

In 2013, the college became a CIMA Private Computer Based Examinations Centre and started offering examinations for CIMA at the CBA Centre.

Following tremendous growth in the number of students and the need to expand, the college acquired new premises on leasing basis at the ultra modern Rennie House in 2014

Currently Johannesburg Polytechnic is the trading name of Johannesburg Polytechnic Pty Limited a company incorporated under the companies Act in the Republic of South Africa, we offer a broad range of Professional Diplomas, certificates, skills programmes and basic NATED vocational levels that are comparable to those that are offered in South African public FET colleges. These programmes cover the education and training needs of the learners ranging from skills programmes, short courses through to full qualifications on the NQF. In all programmes areas, close links with industry, business and the wider community have been established.

Johannesburg Polytechnic is structured into two (2) departments, namely:

Business and Accountancy studies – ACCA, CIMA and CAT
Information and Technology studies- MICT Seta National Certificates, Further Education and Training Certificates, Diplomas, Pastel, Microsoft, Cisco
The programmes of Johannesburg Polytechnic, with their strong vocational orientation, contribute to the development of a workforce able to meet the challenging skills requirements of an economy undergoing significant approaches to education and training delivery, and on the access and participation of disadvantaged groups to skills creation programmes in areas of employment growth and need.

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info@polytechnic.co.za
Johannesburg Polytechnic, 10 Sherwell Street Cnr, Mosely Street, Joannesburg Polytech Institute Complex, Doornfontein Johannesburg, Gauteng 2001 Johannesburg
Tel: +27114020046
Fax: 27 11 402 2226