The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA), along with all other tourism industry stakeholders, businesses, training institutions, professional bodies, and most importantly guides, is in firm support of the extension to the SETA Legacy Qualifications and Skills Programmes expiry, set for June 30 2024.

We hereby appeal to the Minister Dr. Blade Nzimande, to extend the SETA Legacy (historical) qualifications and unit standards for 3 years, and to monitor the SETAs in aligning them to occupational qualifications and skills programmes with a streamlined approach.

We want the Minister to monitor all SETAs in their delays. Urgent action is required, to ensure those employed remain employed, those registered as businesses remain open, and learners can continue with educational programmes whereby they will not be disadvantaged.

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