Inter-College Regional Entrepreneurship Competition

On Friday 18 August 2023,King Hintsa TVET College successfully hosted the Students Entrepreneurship Inter-College Competition Regional Rounds where students from across eight (8) Eastern Cape TVET Colleges including King Hintsa participated.

Akhona Makhalima appointed by FIFA

King Hintsa TVET College" the institution located geographically in a rural setup of the Eastern Cape has had one of its alumnae "Akhona Makhalima" being appointed by FIFA to be a referee official in the 2023 Women's World Cup hosted by Australia-New Zealand.

Inter-college Entrepreneurship Competition

On Thursday 20th July, the college hosted an Inter-College Student Entrepreneurship competition at the Lilitha Guest Lodge, Butterworth. The event is part of promoting the DHET mandate to TVET College as indicated on the SSS Plan for entrepreneurship to be promoted amongst TVET learners.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Wednesday, 22 February 2023 marked a historic event for our local communities as King Hintsa TVET College Walter Sisulu University and Mnquma Local Municipality renewed their vows in what would be deemed a tri-party marriage.

2023 Welcome Note

Let me take this opportunity to wish the entire community of king Hintsa TVET College (staff and students) a very happy and fulfilling 2023 academic year.

A word from the Principal’s office

It is with great pleasure to announce that the College’s Audit Opinion has improved from the Qualified to Unqualified Opinion for the Financial Year 2021. The audit was conducted by the Auditor General of South Africa as per the Continuing Education and Training Act of 2006 and Treasury Regulations.

2022 Student Orientation Kicks Off On a High Note

When you get this opportunity, remember the people that did not get the same opportunity” These were the words uttered by Deputy Principal: Registrations, Mr TE Ntlangano in his opening remarks at the Student Orientation held at the Dutywa Campus Hall on Tuesday 1st February 2022.

Gender Based Violence Awareness

The purpose of the day was to say “Enough is Enough” against Gender Based Violence. What brought the idea in light was triggered by the recent incident of a female student from Fort Hare University.

TVET Indaba

King Hintsa TVET College continues to shine as we scoop the award for Best Performing College in Nated Programmes (Certification Rate).