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Limpopo Colleges, Contacts and Funding

A comprehensive list of contact information for colleges in the Limpopo.

TVET College Contacts in Limpopo

Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges in South Africa provide important opportunities for qualifying in different careers.


  • There are fifty registered and accredited public TVET Colleges in South Africa which operate on more than 264 campuses spread across the rural and urban areas of the country. Public TVET Colleges are established and operated under the authority of the Continuing Education and Training Act 16 of 2006 and report to the Department of Higher Education and Training.Each Province has an office that provides specialised professional support to the public TVET Colleges in that province.
  • Public TVET Colleges are subsidised by the state with approximately R6 billion per year.
  • There are more than 650 000 students in public TVET Colleges.


  • The Department of Higher Education and Training offers bursaries which are available for National Certificate Vocational courses and courses at public TVET Colleges to students who meet the criteria. These bursaries are not loans. The bursaries are administered by the National Student Financial Aid Service (NSFAS).  Other bursaries are also available, which will vary from college to college. Prospective students should enquire at the college at which you plan to enroll as to what bursaries are available for the course that you would like to study.
  • During 2015 approximately 200 000 students at TVET Colleges benefitted from DHET bursaries administered by NSFAS.
  • Department of Higher Education and Training, TVET College bursaries that are administered by the NSFAS, are available but are subject to two important criteria:
  1. The prospective student will be required to undergo a ‘means test’ that will indicate that the student really does need financial assistance. A means test is not an actual test that you must be afraid of – it’s usually questions about your personal situation in order to see if you are someone who must be assisted.
  2. That the student has a good academic performance record.
  • Prospective students who believe that they may meet these criteria should contact their nearest public TVET College.  The college will provide the application forms and oversee the application process.

Modes of Delivery

Different colleges may offer qualifications in different ways – this is referred to as a ‘mode of delivery’. Some colleges also offer blended learning (e-learning) facilities for some course content. A number of the larger campuses have Open Learning Centres.  Further information can be given by the college on this aspect when applying or enrolling for course admission.

What are these Qualifications Worth?

In an effort to ensure that courses are relevant to the needs of commerce and industry, public colleges go to great lengths to secure linkages and partnerships with key role-players in commerce and industry and with the Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETA’s). A number of colleges have a management division devoted to this aspect.

 Job Shadowing and Practical Workplace Exposure

Public TVET colleges try as far as possible to facilitate job shadowing and practical workplace opportunities for top performing students. Many campuses also operate simulated enterprises to augment the need for practical exposure related to the course of study.

International Exchange

In an increasingly globalised labour market, a number of public TVET Colleges have international partnerships with similar institutions in various parts of the world. This ensures that education and training is internationally benchmarked with best practice in diverse international settings

Limpopo College Contacts

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College ​Campus Name​Principal​Campus ManagerPostal AddressPhysical AddressTel. no.Fax no.E-mail Address
Capricorn FET College (B)
Central OfficeMr KR (Khorombi) MadzhiePrivate Bag X967416 Market Street015 230 1800015 291
Secretary: Connie RamusiPolokwane
Polokwane (112)Mr NT MuleyaPO Box 205 Polokwane 0700Cnr Dorp Street & College Avenue Polokwane
Senwabarwana (110)Ms TE MohalePrivate Bag X5084 Senwabarwana 0790Senwabarwana Main Street Senwabarwana 0790015 505 3172/
Seshego (111)Mr MM LetsoaloPrivate Bag X4008 Seshego 07421919 Freedom Drive Street Seshego
Lephalale FET College (A)
Central OfficeMr LJ MamaboloPrivate Bag X210 LephalaleCnr Nelson Mandela & Ngwako Ramatlhodi Street014 763 2252 /
PA Lilly Ramanyai555Onverwacht
Lephalale (108)Mr BJM (Bennie) Van der SchyffPrivate Bag X210 Lephalale 0555Cnr Nelson Mandela & Ngwako Ramatlhodi Street014 763 2252 /
ModimolleMr J FitzroyBox 3579 Modimolle 051072 Meiniger Street Modimolle
Letaba FET College (F)
Central OfficeMr KA ManganyiPrivate Bag X4017 Tzaneen 0850No 1 Claude Wheatley
PA SN Kruger827806010
Giyani (120)Mr JJ RikhotsoPrivate Bag X9570 Giyani 0826Block C Industrial Road Next to Testing Ground
Maake (121)Mr JM PienaarPrivate Bag X4035 Tzaneen 0850Maake Road Tickyline
Tzaneen (123)Mrs A LudikPO Box 192 Tzaneen 08501 Claude Wheatley Street
Mopani South East FET College (E)
Central OfficeMs SC (Charity) SehlakePrivate Bag X1024 Phalaborwa 1390Cnr Combretum & Haarlem Streets015 781 5721/
PA Thandi NgobeniPhalaborwa
Phalaborwa (118)Dr MM Malale (Acting)Private Bag X01038 Phalaborwa 1390Cnr Combretum & Haarlem Phalaborwa
Sir Val Duncan (119)Mrs MMP Seegers (Acting)Private Bag X11001 Namakgale 1391Cnr Tambo and Calvin Ngobeni Street Namakgale
Sekhu-khune FET College (G)
Central OfficeMr TJ (Tebogo) KekanaPrivate Bag X8660 Groblersdal 0470Stand No 676
PA Dikgale Dulcie473823230255086 620
CN Phatudi (125)ML MametjaPrivate Bag X1020 Burgaresfort 1150Stand No 2659 Praktiseer
CS Barlow (124)MA DoloPrivate Bag X004 Motetema 0470Stand No 676 Motetema 0473013 269 0020/
Vhembe FET College (D)
Central OfficeMr RamonyatsiPrivate Bag X2136203 Sibasa015 963 3156015 963
PA: Regina MogaleSibasaUnit A086 546
Sec: Bongani Rikhotso970970
Makwarela (East) (116)Mr SC KhubanaPrivate Bag X2201 Sibasa 0970Sibasa Thengwe Road Makwerela Sibasa 0970015 963 3490/
Mashamba (South)Mr JA BeneckeP.O Box 878 Mashamba 0942Mashamba
Mavhoi (Central) (115)Ms SP NeluvhalaniPrivate Bag X1017 Dzanani 0955Makongoza Village Dzanani 0955015 970 4165/
Waterberg FET College (C)
Central OfficeMs KR DipelaPostnet Suit #59 Private Bag X2449 Mokopane 060036 Hooge Street015 491 8581/
PA:  Saphy TsiriMokopane015 483 2441
Lebowakgomo Engineering and Skills Training Centre (113)Mr TS SenongPrivate Bag X23 Chuenespoort 0745Lebowakgomo Zone P Next to SJ van der Merwe
Mahwelereng Business Studies CentreMs M PienaarP.O Box 659 Mokopane 0600Technical Street Zone 1 Mahwelereng 0600154832441154831555​
Mokopane Information Technology and Computer Science Centre (114)Ms S TayobPO Box 659 Mokopane 0600Rufus Seakamela Street, Old Mokopane College of Education154830090015 483

More Limpopo Public College Contacts

Click the link below to see a list of TVET colleges in South Africa and their websites:

List of all Public TVET Colleges

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Comments (24)

  1. I was doing grade 12 last year now I’m looking forward to study but I dont have money so u was asking for help

  2. Baloyi Maria

    Hello am maria I was doing AET level 4 last year 2016 now I want to further m studies but I don’t have money because my parents are not working.I wish waterberg TVET can give me a bursary or NSFAS

  3. Your comment goes here.
    I’m shadrack sarila and I need financial assistance from NSFAS to assist me further my studies as I’m living with my granny who’s not working but receives a social grant and unfortunately she can’t afford to pay for me
    I would be glad if my request can be taken to consideration

    1. Hi Shadrack! Content the NSFS by using the links provided in the post or contact the funders directly. When you write to them you must specify the programme, the campus and the amount or no one will take you seriously and they will ignore your request.Unless you’re already registered, please consider other options and try to find alternative opportunities to further your studies by looking for learnerships, apprenticeships and skills programmes. Best wishes, keep looking, keep climbing – you’ll get there if you keep moving in the right direction.

  4. Boitshoko

    I really need a financial help to further my education ,i would be Happy if i could get help so i can improve the standard of living at home

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