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Private varsities are busy teaching govt a thing or two

The government’s stretched capacity means students and investors can cash in on private tertiary education

Sekgabo Molelekoa

The number of tertiary students globally has more than doubled since 2000. In SA, the inability of public tertiary institutions to meet demand has meant that private operators have had to move in.

Advtech (https://www.sharenet.co.za/v3/quickshare.php?scode=ADH) and Stadio (https://www.sharenet.co.za/v3/quickshare.php?scode=SDO), which was separately listed out of Curro (https://www.sharenet.co.za/v3/quickshare.php?scode=COH) in 2017, fulfill just this purpose.

There were 28,280 students enrolled at Stadio in the first semester of 2019, and 42,829 at Advtech. ..

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