Category: Schools in the Western Cape

University of the Witwatersrand

The University of the Witwatersrand is a South African multi-campus public research university located in the northern areas of the Johannesburg city center. This is commonly known as just Wits . [1] This is the third oldest South African university in continuous operation, the University of Cape Town (founded in 1829), [2] and the Stellenbosch University (founded in 1866). [3] It was also the largest residential English medium university in…

University of the Western Cape

The University of the Western Cape ( UWC ), or even the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in 1960 established as a university for Coloreds in Bellville , near Cape Town . Other universities near Cape Town, the Cape Town University (University of Cape Town, UCT, originally for English speaking whites) and the University of Stellenbosch (originally for Afrikaans-speaking whites). The establishment of UWC was a typical apartheidsfenomeen, a…

University of the Free State

University of the Free State (UFS) is a university in Bloemfontein , the capital of the Free State , South Africa , is located. Students refer to themselves as “Kovsies”. The University’s campus is sometimes described as an academic town, as all lecture halls, laboratories, offices, residences, sports facilities and students, and a teaching hospital within walking distance in a safe campus is located. The campus is located on turn…

Tshwane University of Technology

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is a tertiary education institution in Tshwane is located. TUT in 2003 created after merging three major techni, namely Technikon Northern Gauteng, Technikon North West and Technikon Pretoria. Campus Information There are more than six campuses under the name Tshwane University of Technology. Arcadia campus Arts Campus Ga-Rankuwa campus Nelspruit campus Pretoria campus (formerly Pretoria Technikon ) Polokwane Campus Soshanguve Campus (formerly Technikon Northern…

University of South Africa

The University of South Africa is a university in Pretoria , Gauteng , by distance education to students within and outside South Africa provided. The university is also known as UNISA ( Uni versity of S uid- A frica). It was the first university in the world that training provided by correspondence. In June 2002, had 137,000 university students enrolled from all over the world, which means that it is…

Sales Zwaanswyk

Sales Zwaanswyk is a former Afrikaans medium high school in the Cape Town suburb Retreat . The school educates mainly in English in a multicultural learning community, three-quarters of the suburbs Retreat , Steenberg and Lavender Hill come. The school’s related primarily is Zwaanswyk Academy , although some students of Primary Paul Greyling in Fish Hoek traditionally also attended the school. The enrollment was 461 in 2008 , a dramatic…

Voortrekker High School, Kenilworth

The Voortrekker High School in Cape Town suburb Kenilworth is a former Afrikaans medium high school currently ( 2016 ) taught in English offers 598 students (569 in 2014, 190 more than in 2010 and 221 more than in 2008). The ratio of African to English learners was about 1: 2 in 2010. The trend, however, was that the African students less and English learners longer so that only 34…

Primary Table Mountain

The Supplemental Table Mountain was a Afrikaans medium -laerskool in the Cape Town suburb of Woodstock offered and one of the first schools in the Peninsula who taught in Afrikaans. Little is on the school’s inception or eventual closure known. The school is well established before 1936 because in that year to a report from the Cape Education Department that the school 250 students who received instruction from two teachers…

South African College

The South African College (Eng .: South African College , Nd .: South Afrikaansch Athenæum Southwest Afrikaancshe College) was the first institution in South Africa that the higher education field. It is on 1 October 1829 founded and was the forerunner of the primary and secondary schools SACS , which from 1874 in time to 1900 (when the college also matric class at the high school lost) as separate institutions…

Stucki School, Wellington

The Stucki school in Blouvlei (Blaauwvallei), Wellington, Western Cape , was a school which in students from 1860 to 1919 Dutch education in a time when English school being in the Cape Colony dominated. Many prominent South Africans received at the school their earliest education. The school was founded by Marinus Stucki , who travel from in July 1860 Netherlands to Cape Town adopted on the recommendation of his brother…

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