Gabriélla Siebritz


Gabriélla is an intern writer at Portal Publishing and studied Journalism at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology

With an interest in reading and writing developing from a young age, Gabriélla is passionate about producing good stories and loves learning as much as she can about all the forms of media she's interested in. 

When she's not writing on her blog, you'll find her re-watching The Vampire Diaries, reading a book or obsessing over Taylor Swift lyrics. 

Gabriélla's Articles:

Wondering what happens to your Nsfas application if your parent/guardian/spouse is not registered with SARS? Here's all you need to know.

Interested in pursuing a career in law? Have a look at the various courses, degrees and diplomas offered at Unisa. 

Millions of South Africans receive financial assistance through the various types of grants provided by the state each month. If you have applied for one of these social grants, you may want to keep track of your application status.

If you're considering working at Cashbuild, here is how you can go about applying for one of the company's open job positions.

South Africa is facing an illiteracy crisis, as it was recently revealed that around 80% of Grade Four learners can't read for meaning. We speak to Dr. Corrin Varady, the CEO of IDEA, an ed-tech platform which combines traditional education and technology and provides e-learning content.

After a Postbank technical glitch left thousands of SASSA beneficiaries without being paid, many grant beneficiaries are signing up for Shoprite’s Money market accounts. 

Parents in Limpopo have a few days left to submit an admission application on behalf of their child for the 2024 school year. The Education Department has revealed when admission applications will close and what parents need to do before this. 

A recent storm across the Western Cape has prohibited schools from operating as normal. The province's MEC has delivered a plan highlighting the next steps, going forward. 

UCT Online High School is currently working with notable corporate and philanthropic partners to join them in empowering the future of South Africa. The aim is to make education more accessible to a diverse range of learners who may not afford the full tuition. 

There are a number of issues that plague the South African school system, most notably the problems surrounding poor infrastructure and increasing instances of violence in schools. Safety in schools is a priority, and members of the Equal Education (EE) organization are on a mission, "seeking sanctuary in Western Cape schools."

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