Bulelani Dyomfana


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bulelani dyomfanaBulelani is a Writer at Portal Publishing where he writes for the Careers Portal. His love for writing began in high school when he realised that he had a knack for literature and he then set his sights on pursuing journalism as a career path.

Bulelani has completed a National Diploma in Journalism at Cape Peninsula University of Technology and an Advanced Diploma in Journalism at the same institution. He has written for notable publications in South Africa such as Drum

He enrolled on to journalism not only to better his research skills but to also branch out into broadcast. Additionally, his main intention is to find a way in which he can make a meaningful contribution to society by becoming an active participant of South Africa's constitutional democracy and encouraging others to follow suit.

Connect with Bulelani on LinkedIn.

Articles by Bulelani:


The South African Social Security Agency(Sassa) is still in the process of paying out the R350 grant to all qualifying applicants. However, if you are curious as to which grant payment collection methods Sassa currently has in place, then the following answer may be of interest to you. 


The President has confirmed that the SRD Grant is here to stay - and is going to be improved. So its still worth submitting an appeal if you were rejected unfairly for the R350 grant. Here is how the process you should follow and details on how long you can expect to wait. 


If you recently matriculated but pursuing a tertiary education is not part of your future plans or perhaps you are not sure which path to pursue, then you might want to consider joining the South African Navy. The MSDS is the easiest way to enter the SA Navy.


Social grants play a crucial role in ensuring that South Africans who have no other means of making an income can carry on without being heavily impacted by poverty. There are currently more than 18 million people who depend on permanent social grants.


If you haven't passed your Matric - or you want to improve your marks - there are a number of options for you to re-write. Here are some of the colleges where you can rewrite your matric.


Becoming a traffic officer may not require the conventional route of pursuing a university qualification, but it does require that you apply for a learnership. Here is a guide on how you can apply for one.


Although there has been plenty of evidence to suggest the job market in South Africa is stretched thin. Large companies such as South African Breweries (SAB) are still availing vacancies and here is how you can apply. 


If you are among those that have applied to study at the College of Cape Town, chances are you also want to keep track of your application. Here is how you go about doing so.  
 


The NSFAS bursary scheme remains a popular option for many of financially disadvantaged students throughout the country. Thus scheme has also made efforts to make the application process as convenient as possible for this cohort.


The 2023 school year has just ended with the basic education department now preparing for the 2024 school year. Here’s a look at how the 2024 school year has been scheduled.
 







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Post-Matric Options

 

After completing your matric certificate exams, you are faced with a multitude of post-matric options that can shape your future paths.

These options range from pursuing higher education at universities or colleges, entering vocational training programs, joining the workforce, or even considering entrepreneurial ventures, each offering unique opportunities for personal and professional growth.

You've probably been contemplating the next chapter of your life all throughout the year asking yourself, 'what am I going to study after I finish completing my matric certificate exams?', 'am I going to study? What else can I do when I pass'? Well, we can help.

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