Raigan Cloete


Raigan Cloete

Raigan is a Writer at Portal Publishing where she writes for the Careers Portal website and loves the work she does. She enjoys creating content that is easy to read and useful to readers of all ages.

Writing content for Careers Portal allows her a creative outlet from her busy studies at the University of the Western Cape, where she is working towards getting her Bachelor in Dental Surgery.

Articles by Raigan:

Students at Stellenbosch University are demanding stronger action against a student allegedly caught urinating on a fellow student's belongings and study desk.

Teacher unions are not pleased with the decision made by the Department of Basic Education to stop the teacher incentives policy. The decision was gazetted by Minister Angie Motshekga.

The Department of Basic Education has decided to no longer provide teachers incentives. Minister Angie Motshekga explains the reason for the withdrawal of the incentive policy.

Are you hoping to submit an application for the R350 grant, but you do not have a phone? Well, here is how you can submit your application without a device.

Students interested in studying at a South African university may begin applying. A number of tertiary institutions have opened their applications process. Here are the Universities open for 2023 application.

Umalusi has been encouraged to improve the waiting period for processing certificates, as Grade 12 learners have been waiting a long time for their certificates.

Many applicants have been experiencing delays with their R350 grant appeal process which may be causing some frustration. Here is what may be causing these delays.

Unisa will be using the Moodle Proctoring, the Invigilator App and IRIS proctoring tool. Here is how to use these proctoring tools.

The Department of Higher Education and Training announced that it is committed to financially supporting students who come from underprivileged and working-class backgrounds.

Sassa announced that from Wednesday 11 May beneficiaries would not be able to receive their social grants from their usual pay points. Sassa's spokesperson has more to say about this.

TSIBA Business School offers undergraduate and postgraduate business qualifications as well as informal short courses in commerce, entrepreneurship and leadership. However, does NSFAS cover these courses?

Students interested in studying at Ehlanzeni TVET College in semester 2 are encouraged to apply soon as space is limited. Here is how to apply to Ehlanzeni TVET College.

Authorities have provided the nation with an update on the matters relating to the devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal.

The Free State Education Department mourns the loss of a Grade 6 learner who was stabbed to death by another learner at Zama Primary School in Zastroon.

Sassa recipients, who usually receive their grants from the post office, are urged to seek alternative methods of collecting their payments for the month of May.

The Centre for World University Rankings, out of the Global 2000 list, has been released. Below you may see how the South African universities ranked.

Fundile Gade, the Eastern Cape Education MEC has visited Amathole East, in the rural Cafutweni area to try to stop the crisis of killings in the village, which has disrupted teaching at some schools. Educators and learners in the area are “living in fear of who might be killed next”.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) recently announced that it has completed the procurement of laptops to aid students in their studies.

New rules have been implemented regarding submitting a Social Relief of Distress Grant appeal. Here is how one may go about submitting an appeal.

Sassa has recently announced the May grant payment dates. Below beneficiaries may check when they may collect their payments.