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Higher Education Laws Amendment Act, No. 26 of 2010
To amend the Higher Education Act, 1997, so as to amend certain definitions; to ensure that all higher education programmes offered in South Africa by a foreign juristic person are registered on the National Qualifications Framework; and to ensure that higher education institutions may offer a degree, diploma or certificate only if it is registered on the National Qualifications Framework; the Skills Development Act, 1998, so as to amend certain definitions; to provide for the appointment of the chief executive officer of the QCTO and for the transfer to and appointment of staff to the QCTO: and to further regulate the composition of the QCTO; the National Student Financial Aid Scheme Act, 1999, so as to amend certain definitions; and the National Qualifications Framework Act, 2008, so as to amend a definition and delete another: to amend the application of the Act in order to require that all qualifications offered in the Republic are registered on the National Qualifications Framework; and to remove references in the said Act to the Minister of Labour; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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