Hon Deputy Speaker, I wish to respond briefly to two statements. The first one is by the hon Kilian. I agree with her on the challenges facing the post-school education and training sector. We are indeed, as the ANC government, committed to the expansion and diversity of post-school education and training opportunities, with a particular focus on expanding the technical and vocational education and training colleges, and the college sector in general.
This year, we are also piloting, with the introduction of a new institutional type, the community colleges. These are especially aimed at those who never finished school, as well as those who never went to school. Let me say that entry into community colleges will have absolutely no requirements. Anybody and everybody will be accepted at these colleges, irrespective of whether they went to school or not.
The second response, quickly, is to hon E K Siwela. We share the concerns about the racial incidents at Stellenbosch University. Currently our department is drawing up a charter of social inclusion to be adopted by all institutions. This is, amongst other things, to deal with racist and patriarchal incidents. The matter is within the purview of the Oversight Committee on Transformation in the South African Universities.
I would also like to advise the EFF that they should be marching to institutions where these incidents are happening and not occupying themselves with marching to my office every day. Thank you very much.