Brian Moores-Pitt

As is the case with government elections, the SETA movement usually gets busy around the time restructuring and similar performance reviews / renewal proposals are due for consideration. Their standard party trick is to host a number of road shows and the like with appetizing appeals for constituants to attend. […]


I agree with Catherine. Looks a lot like more of the same and, in the process, the SETAS will continue to channel an enormous amount of private sector funds into the public sector education system at the expense of independent private providers. State control remains the dominent theme and it […]

FET’s as Primary Providers