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Lerato Botha

Lerato BothaMy name is Lerato Botha. I am a Second-year student studying a BA with majors in English Language and Literature and Gender Studies. My passion for writing has been one that I have developed since my years in Primary School. Despite being a child of big dreams who wanted to try everything from being a lawyer, to a designer, to a therapist, I always came back to writing as my desired career. News, Features and Opinions are three of my favourite topics to write for. I enjoy writing for News as it affords me the opportunity to share relevant and unbiased information with readers, whilst Features and opinions allow me to tap into my greater interests as a writer, such as giving reviews on different creative pursuits, or getting the chance to express my opinion on certain topics through language. I am also the current Editor-in-Chief for VARSITYNewspaper.

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With the Covid-19 pandemic still rampant in 2021, both public and private High Schools have had to adapt their Matric curriculum programme in order to make up for time lost during the epidemic, with some IEB schools having to alter their teaching methods as a result.


Without in-person orientation programmes and on-campus lectures to aid first-year university entrants in their transition out of high school, some students have found it increasingly difficult to make new friends, remain academically motivated, and completely immerse themselves in the university lifestyle in 2021; whilst those who have had on-campus learning have complained of many other issues, including a lack of support from their institutions.

 


There are a variety of public tertiary institutions in South Africa that offer the opportunity for students to pursue a degree in Psychology. Studying a degree in Psychology will differ depending on various tertiary institutions and the type of Psychology specialisation that a student would like to pursue.


The Independent Examinations Board (IEB) has stipulated requirements detailing what students need to achieve academically in order to attain a Bachelor's Pass. 


With a degree in journalism being quite flexible, students are afforded the opportunity to choose from a wide range of courses and institutions when considering a career in journalism.


You might wonder what is IEB and how is it different? Today we'll be highlighting the fundamental differences between IEB and CAPS learning, and what those distinctions could mean for learners.


After allegations of racism were brought against Cornwall Hill College during a peaceful protest, the SA Human Rights Commission has announced that an investigation into the school's policies and Code of Conduct as a means to intervene in the alleged ongoing discrimination will take place.


The Funza Lushaka bursary, along with other requirements, contains an age limit for potential bursars. This bursary is geared towards students and prospective students wanted to pursue a teaching a career.


With the March 2021 protests against university student debts, it has become clear that few changes have been made to correct the ongoing issue around tertiary education funding. 

 


TVET College students funded by NSFAS will be eligible to receive loan laptops from NSFAS by ordering them through their Online Order portal.


Ben Winks, an independent advocate based in Johannesburg, speaks to the dangers of the use of rubber bullets amongst unarmed crowds as he answers the question of whether rubber bullets are safe enough to be used during protests.


Despite there being irregularities in the writing and marking of NATED Report Examinations, Umalusi has approved the release of NATED examination results pertaining to Report 190/191: Engineering Studies N2-N3. 

 

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