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Withdrawal of accreditation status

The Services SETA Education, Training and Quality Assurance (SSETQA) have come to a decision to withdraw the accreditation status of DITASA, due to non-compliance with the accreditation criteria.

As an SSETQA body accredited by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) to performing all quality assurance functions with regards to the implementation of learning programmes that fall within the scope of the services sector, it is imperative that the Services SETA withdraw the accreditation status of DITASA in an effort to protect public.

SAQA defines accreditation as the certification usually for a particular period of time, of a person, a body or an institution as having the capacity to fulfil a particular function in the quality assurance system set up by the South African Qualifications Authority.

Accreditation is awarded to providers who offer outcomes-based learning programmes aligned to the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) registered unit standards and qualifications.

For more details, contact:

Head Office Boikie Kgope 011 694 8638

Gauteng Sibusiso Selepe 011 276 9600

Bloemfontein Teboho Modise 051 430 6223

Eastern Cape Yolanda Williams 041 582 2033

Western Cape Rabia Abrahams 021 425 0417

KwaZulu-Natal Michelle Mpanza 031 207 1761

Mpumalanga Jacob Ngwenya 013 752 2207

Polokwane Lwazi Khanyile 015 296 4858

Northern Cape Caryl Thala 053 833 7447

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