Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Ivan Meyer wants to lure more pupils into the agriculture sector


Agriculture MEC  in cape Town Ivan Meyer has a plan to make the subject more alluring to pupils. The plan which he unveiled at the AgriSA Water Symposiumin Somerset West on Monday, involves more agricultural subjects in schools and more diploma courses for existing colleges.
According to Meyer, the western cape is the home to the 6 000 commercial farmers and 7000 small-scale farmers, which is why it needs more agricultural schools. He also recognized AgriSA’s input into the curriculum of a new diploma in agriculture that his department wanted to introduce into the education system.
The Human settlements, water and sanitation minister Lindiwe Sisulu was unable to attend the conference, but was represented by water and sanitation director-general Anil singh.

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Naledi lefatsa

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