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Various government departments are doing their part to curb youth unemployment in the country. Here is how the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs plans to respond to the same issue through its 2022/23 budget vote.Continue Reading
A Randfontein school had a rough start to the 2022 school year after a series of events led to violent fights on the school premises. The Gauteng Department of Education has confirmed that it has received a report on the incidents that took place at the school.
The Department of Social Development's introduction of the Sassa R350 grant has been praised as a significant government response to the country's socio-economic challenges. However, one of South Africa's human rights organizations believes that the department can do a lot better based on their survey finding. Here is what they have had to say.Continue Reading
The Higher Education Department has plans in place to improve the functionality of the country's TVET colleges throughout the course of the next few years. Here are more details about some of these planned interventions.Continue Reading
Are you currently searching for an opportunity to gain work experience or an internship that will help you improve your skills and knowledge in your field of studies?
If you have what we’re looking for, you could be part of our diverse graduate training programme within the Manufacturing Division. This is your chance to join a company that is always on the move that is going places that is on the road to the top.
Are you a graduate who is interested in microfinance sector, social and economic development? Do you have passion for alleviate poverty? Are you a future leader with the drive, enthusiasm and hunger for learning while making a difference and having a flourishing career? If this is you, then we are looking for you.
Kickstart your career with an apprenticeship programme. If you are energised, self-motivated, willing to learn with good communication skills and a team player, this may be your opportunity to create your career with Komatsu Mining Corporation.
The Trainees in this role will be exposed to satellite ground station operations which include rendering Earth–Observation satellite data acquisition services to SANSA’s Earth-Observation directorate, as well as providing Tracking, Telemetry and Command (TT&C) support and satellite monitoring services to a host of international space agencies and satellite operators.
Sasol is inviting high-performing mathematics and science learners currently in Grade 12 to apply for an all-inclusive bursary to study engineering and science degrees at approved South African universities.
The best way to find a good career is to research your options and understand what makes a job "good." Career experts often recommend that people who are still in school should focus on finding a job that uses their skills and gives them a sense of meaning - these are two main factors for creating the potential for happiness in a career. A happy workplace can make all the difference, and this kind of information can help you figure out which careers seem like they might be a good fit.
Plumbers work on the systems that make our lives comfortable, from the water that comes out of our faucets to the heating and cooling systems in our homes. In fact, their work goes well beyond the pipes that we can see - they also work with sewer lines, septic tanks, water heaters, and other hidden sources of problems.
The Government has bursaries and funding available to students who would like to study further. If you are interested in a government bursary, then here's where you can find government bursaries and how you can apply to them.
South Africa is a country that is not only populated by its local citizens but also refugees who call it home. When it comes to social security, the question arises as to whether refugees can also qualify to receive the Sassa R350 grant. Here is the answer to that question.
Applications for Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships (QECS) are now open!
he Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarship is offering scholarships to pursue two-year Master's programmes at the University of the South Pacific. Citizens of Commonwealth countries other than Fiji are eligible to apply.
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