The public is kindly invited to comment on SAQA’s intention to recognise the South African Sports Coaching Association (SASCA) and to register its eight professional designation as well as the addition of Designitions as indicated below. To access the reports click on the link below:
Government Gazette no 44190: Invitation for public comments
Evaluation report for the recording of additional…
The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Dr. Nzimande, appointed the seventh SAQA Board for a period of five years with effect from 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2025. These members join the CEOs of SAQA and the Quality Councils on the Board. For more see the link below.
It has come to the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)’s attention that Edu Globe Study Agency, a Maseru-based agency is using the SAQA brand in its marketing of immigration services in Lesotho.
REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS TO SERVE ON SAQA’S AUDIT AND RISK COMMITTEE
SAQA invites applications from individuals meeting the following criteria for appointment to its Audit and Risk Committee for the period January 2021 – December 2023:
A Chartered Accountant currently registered with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants South Africa (ACCA) or South African Institute of Chartered…
In November 2014, SAQA published the Policy for Credit Accumulation and Transfer within the National Qualifications Framework (2014 CAT Policy). However, SAQA needed to amend the 2014 CAT Policy to, amongst others:
Align it with the Articulation Policy for the Post-school Education and Training System of South Africa that was published in 2017 by the Department of Higher Education and Training…
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SAQA serves notice to retrench staff
31 October 2020
On 29 September 2020, the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) Board celebrated SAQA’s second consecutive clean audit, and 23 years of consecutive unqualified audits. Despite its celebration of these achievements, the Board had to take the difficult decision to retrench close to a third of SAQA’s staff complement…
19 August 2020
Maintained by SAQA, the National Learners’ Records Database (NLRD), which was implemented in 1999, is the electronic information management system of the South African National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The NLRD enables SAQA to manage the NQF and report accurately on aspects of the education and training system in South Africa.
The earliest learner achievement recorded…
On 6 July, Sylvia Hammond raised concerns on the Skills Portal that are valid and that SAQA takes seriously. At the core of the concerns is information about her qualification achievements that she expected to be recorded on the National Learners’ Records Database (NLRD), and her perception of the way SAQA handled or failed to process her request for such information.
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