The Department of Higher Education and Training is calling for matriculants that have yet to be placed at tertiary institutions to register on their application portal.
The Central Application Clearing House (CACH) matches matric applicants' exam results and study preferences with places that need to be filled at institutions of higher learning.
The department's Deputy Director-General Dr Diane Parker explains the intention of the platform.
It's about a safety net for students who have applied, but haven't gotten in to institutions of their choice.— Dr Diane Parker, Deputy Director-General of Higher Education and Training
It is a combination of a call centre and website which allows matrics to register their academic information, receive career advice, and information about tertiary placement.
Parker outlines the current issues with the tertiary application system and future processes which will be implemented.
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This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Higher Education urges matrics in limbo to register on CACH portal