Please take note that applications for second window for NSFAS bursaries 2017 are now open. Closing date for application is 14 February 2017.
To apply for the bursaries simply log on to: www.nsfas.org.za/apply. The College has also availed resources at all our campuses for you to apply!
Admission Requirements for both Nated and NC(V) studies at Tshwane South TVET College
Memos for Exam Timetables
Festive Season Message from Council Chairperson - Mr M Skosana
Moses Mosweu the guy with magic hands!!!
Moses Mosweu the guy with magic hands!!!
His Love for chess started at the age of 14 years but little did he know that the very same sport will take him to greater heights later on in his life. Today Moses Mosweu, a Civil Engineering student at Tshwane South TVET College (TSC), masters chess professionally. Recently he was nominated to represent the whole TSC at the tournament. This comes after Moses was entered into the College Sports Arts and Culture SA National Summer Games - COSACSA, by Isaiah Samuel Reabetswe Thulare who is also a student and a SRC member at TSC. Thulare discovered Moses’ talent whilst he (Moses) was playing during break intervals at the College with fellow students. At the COSACSA Games which were held at Port Elizabeth from 1 – 7 October 2016, Mosweu played against Free State, Eastern Cape, Kwa - Zulu Natal and Mpumalanga & Gauteng provinces. He played in Board One which is for strong players which earned him position one. Moses also formed part of the team that contested in the very same Board One they collectively scooped position three which earned the group a Bronze medal.
When asked about chess as his calling Moses said that to him it’s a career because not only does he play it but has also gone professional as Chess coach. He has also extended his love for the sport through social responsibility initiatives which he does through coaching TUT (Tshwane University of Technology) chess club, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (formerly known as Medical University of South Africa) chess club and Lynwood Ridge Primary in Chess. This comes after Moses was trained at a Joburg facility by a well experienced Chess Player who is a professional in the game of chess. He holds two certificates one in Beginners Chess Teachers Training Workshop as well as an Advanced Chess Course all of which he completed in 2015. Completing the courses was not easy because Moses had to play, and win chess games in order to qualify in earning points as well as certificates. When asked as to what keeps him going he said that in he loves sharing his skill with other youngsters like himself. He also mentioned the fact that he would like to inspire more youth through the sport. We wish Moses the best in all his endeavours.
ouma taking a deep breath after presentation
Ouma Mafishi a Good Cook
In the next upcoming issue of TSC NEWS meet Ouma Mafishi who got third position in the Tiger Brands South Africa students Chef Cook out Competition. For more details on her victory watch this space!!!!!
From L – R: Ms L Mohlala (Quality Assurance Assistant), Ms AB More (Quality Assurance Manager), Support Team: Ms RM Ntsimane (Head of School: NC(V) & General Studies
The Surveillance Audit
We would like to congratulate the Quality Assurance Team which worked tirelessly in making sure that TSC TVET holds on to its ISO Certificate. This is after a surveillance audit which was conducted in the entire College in August 2016. To the Quality Assurance Team, Management and staff would like to say thank you for ensuring that the Quality Standard of the College is maintained.
August is Women’s Month and this time it was decided to honour all the female students of Tshwane South TVET College. The Girlology awareness campaign was hosted at both Odi and Pretoria West Campus. This drive was planned by the Student Support Services. Ms Karen Burt from Planet Productions was there to offer motivational talks with the students about life, its pitfalls, challenges and hurdles. (Read more on this story in the upcoming Newsletter).
Watch this space!!!!!!!!!
Diploma Ceremony 2016
Diploma Ceremony 2016
The annual Diploma Ceremony took place at the Woord en Lewe Kerk in Mayville. The turnout of students graduating at the ceremony was a success. This time the event was graced by the likes of Ms Kwara Kekana – NATIONAL SPOKESPERSON
BOYCOTT, DIVESTMENT AND SANCTIONS AGAINST ISRAEL IN SOUTH AFRICA (BDS SOUTH AFRICA) who was the guest speaker for the day. Rev Phago was also present and she shared a moving , encouraging message of hope with the graduates. Mr Chiloane (Principal of TSC TVET) offered his speech was around the theme : “Patriotism versus Self-aggrandisement. The SRC President offered his speech around the youth of 2016 as compared to the youth of 1976.
On the photo from L-R: Sr Princess Ndlovu & Sr Patience Makgoga both from GEMS
Employee Wellness Campaign 2016
Recently the Human Resource :Admin hosted the wellness campaign at all TSC TVET Campuses. This campaign is done annually to encourage staff members to take care of their wellbeing. This campaign was done in accordance with the Employee Health and Wellness Strategic Framework for the Public Service which was launched by Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) in November 2008 and was launched in April 2009. The campaign was mainly aimed at all staff members who were urged to visit the GEMS stalls. The health screen checking included; high blood pressure, cholesterol, Body weight, height, spa treatment & getting a free eye test.
The Operational Plan workshop was held from 22 – 24 January 2016 at the Alpha Conference (Magalies). . The main aim is to prepare the Operational Plan action for 2016. Close to sixty delegates attended the conference. The focus of the conference was to come up with Operational Programme of Action plan for the SRC...
SRC President: Rammusi Mokoena
# DISTINCTION MUST RISE
Vision, Mission and Values
To be a world class further education and training college.
Tshwane South College empowers learners through high quality vocational education and training.
Excellence - in all we do
Fairness - in all our dealings
Respect - towards one another
Trust - in one another
Integrity - in our ethical behaviour
This logo was primarily designed to symbolise an individual generically (in keeping with and showing solidarity with goverment's BATHO PELE - the people first, project), the interaction and dynamic processes between assessor and the learner. It also symbolises that the college is people driven and the continuous development they receive through their learning experience, reaching to the future with a vision to be recognised as a world class further education and training college.
The individual, the circle, the institution, excellence
Trust, solidarity, continuous processes, perpetual learning, future.
Dark blue = assessors
Light blue = learners, aspects from small to large through the growth, development, education and training experience.
Respect and integrity