Lovedale College

Lovedale College is a historical institution, at one time the only place that offered training for black teachers. Many African leaders such as Sir Seretse Khama of Botswana, President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa, and the late South African activist Chris Hani were students here. It was built in the 1820's by Scottish missionaries (John Ross and John Bennie) who settled on the banks of the Tyume River, and was later destroyed during the Sixth Frontier War.

The present college is situated 1.6km north of Alice and was opened by the Glasgow Missionary Society in 1841 to train teachers and clergy. The Lovedale printing press was established and has been in operation since 1861.

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I would like to know that which courses does Lovedale offers without vegetable production,I would like to study in your institution in 2012,and when ar e you going to open.

sindiswa Rixi on 8th of January, 2012 at 15:41.

i would love to get more info about what you offer and please i would appreciate if you attach the application forms. thank you luthando

luthando timba on 28th of December, 2011 at 08:22.

Which courses do lovedale college have I would love to study there

Nokubonga on 19th of October, 2011 at 07:15.

I would like to know that do you register on July.

sakhiwo jaxa on 8th of May, 2011 at 14:55.

I would like to know all the courses that are offered at Lovedale Collage in Alice so that I can choose those I would be interested to do.

sakhiwo jaxa on 8th of May, 2011 at 14:50.

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