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Govt. to sponsor more students to tertiary

Govt. to sponsor more students to tertiary
NEW BROOM: Minister Letsholathebe

The Ministry of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology, through the Department of Tertiary Education Finance (DTEF) will this year alone sponsor 39 164 students to tertiary institutions.

This is an increase from 35 840 learners who were sponsored during the last financial period.

Minister Douglas Letsholathebe disclosed this recently in Francistown when officiating at the Botswana Human Resources Development Skills Fair and Career clinics.

“This is to demonstrate government’s commitment to education. These figures include 750 students in external placement. During the 2...

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