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We have fully qualified Career Advisors providing career information, guidance and advice by telephone who respond to queries received by telephone, SMS, ‘Please Call Me’, E-mail, Facebook and Twitter
Call us on: 086 999 0123
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Training and Support

To invite us contact us to your events, expos or information sessions contact us on:
Telephone: 012 312 5726 or 012 312 5720

Walk-in Service

We have our own Khetha Walk-in Centre where we provide career information, advice and guidance to individuals. You can come see us at:

Department of Higher Education and Training
123 Francis Baard Street

You can visit our stakeholders who also provide career information:


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Subject Choice and Career Path

Grade 9 is an important year in the life of every South African learner. You need to start thinking about possible careers during grade 9 this will inform the subjects you will choose.

Information for Parents

The Employment Trends in South Africa resource, can be used to finalise your study path after High School. Explore the various trends below to make an...


If you are in Grade 12 you are about to enter one of the most exiting phases of your life, that of furthering your education and training... download >>


2016 Application / Registration dates for Universities and Universities of Technology within South Africa - All the information you need to know!

Khetha Radio Campaign

Theme: Matriculants
This week's topic: International Scholarships
Target: Public, Parents and Students

Post School Publication

A guide with relevant information to assist you to make the right career choice. Limited copies are available in Braille. For copies, please send your request to ... download >>

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Thought for the Day

"Appearances matter — and remember to smile." - Nelson Mandela.