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Centre of Specialisation Roadshow

Boilermaking Reaches New Heights Article written by Quraysha Desai (Marketing Department) Majuba TVET College is proud to announce that it has been recognised by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) as the Centre of Specialisation for Boilermaking in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. The Centre of Specialisation model sets out to further motivate industry stakeholders […]


CATHSSETA Partners To Provide Opportunities For Hospitality And Office Administration Students

Majuba TVET College recently partnered with CATHSSETA to provide a 6 month Internship programme to 22 of the College’s NCV Level 4, Office Administration and Hospitality students. On Friday, 13 April 2018, the College conducted an Induction programme at the Newcastle Training Centre Hall. The Induction got underway with the Programme Director, Mr. L.S.B Vinkhumbo, […]


Professional Development of Campus Managers Workshop

The former Honourable Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr. Blade Nzimande initiated the Professional Development of Campus Managers Programme as part of the Departments strategy to capacitate Campus Managers. Majuba TVET College had been recognized by the Department to host this 3 day Workshop, towards the end of 2017 at the Newcastle Training Centre […]


Students who intend to study at Majuba TVET College are urged to be vigilant. There is a scam being run where people are claiming to be agents of the college. These agents are charging a registration fee and also charging for forms. Please be aware that the College does not charge a registration fee. We […]


A Giant Step Forward In The Interests Of Our Prospective NC(V) Students

Construction of a new block of classrooms, workshops and Computer Laboratories was completed at the beginning of this year at the Newcastle Technology Centre Campus at Majuba TVET College to provide more opportunities for new learners choosing the NC(V) career path.  The infrastructure spend for the new building was in the order of  R21 million […]