There are more than a handful of nursing colleges around South Africa, so if you one day want to work in a hospital or at one of the medi clinics, then this is where you will complete training with other students. You will also study at a nursing college if you wish to care for the elderly or work with the nurses in casualty and look after people with injuries. The college you choose to go to is entirely up to you, so you can look at what is near to where you live, who offers exactly what you want to study, and which is more cost effective for you.
Netcare Traning Academy, Technikon Cape, Robin Trust, Tygerberg Academic Hospital and The University of Cape Town are some of the Nursing colleges around South Africa, more specifically in the Western Cape. Students can attend any of these facilities to study to become nurses and study health care where they will then go on to pursue a career at medi clinics, hospitals, casualty departments or other medical facilities. You could study to be a maternity nurse, general nurse or a nurse that deals mainly with injuries; it depends on what you want to be qualified for. Therefore, you should find the college that works best for you.
If you are looking for nursing colleges in the Eastern Cape, there is the Ernest Oppenheimer College, Free State School of Nursing, Khanyisa Nursing School and the Welkom Nursing College. In Gauteng, there is the Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College, Cosmos Training School, Curamed Learning Centre and many more. These are just a few of the nursing colleges around South Africa and learning institutes that you can attend to study nursing; there are hundreds more that you can choose from in different areas of the country.