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The Matric exams are the final measure of your success in high school and they can either build on the success you've had in previous years - or you can make up for bad Matric results in the past by doing well in the Matric final exams. This doesn't come by accident - you need to be organised and use the limited time in the best way. Here are some Matric tips for you!


Matrics will soon be deep into preparing for their mock exams and ultimately the final matric exams of their school careers in two months’ time. We have some insight into how you can get good Matric results in your Matric mock exams.


With Matric exams looming, desperate learners and students who feel that cheating may be their only shot at passing should reconsider, and not only for ethical reasons, an education expert says. Here's what you should do instead of cheating on your Matric exam.


Applications for the 2021 Youth Capital Influencer Programme are open. Are you passionate about finding solutions to youth unemployment? You should join!


West Coast TVET College has opened their Trimester 2 applications. The college provides you with an opportunity to make a career change with the skills you gain.


Sassa has announced that their online status check is live. You can now check progress on your COVID-19 SRD grant on WhatsApp. 


There is more than one way to apply for the SASSA R350 Social Relief Of Distress Grant. SASSA has an online application process that can be done on the internet. 


Applications for the special Covid grant set up by Sassa where you can receive R350 are now open. Here are some important details on the grant including how to apply through WhatsApp. 


South Africa is currently experiencing a shortage of skilled tradespeople and therefore graduates from trade apprenticeship programmes are in high demand. A career in trade can offer a secure and well paid future. Popular apprenticeships include electricians, engineers, mechanics, welders, and many more. Many major companies offer apprenticeship training including Transnet, Eskom, SAB, Toyota and others.


Springbok captain Siya Kolisi's stirring speech after his team won the Rugby World Cup final has been hailed by the country, and from the world's media who have been impressed by his impressive career. 

“We have so many problems in our country, but to have a team like this… You know, we come from different backgrounds, different races, and we came together with one goal, and we wanted to achieve it. I really hope that we have done that for South Africa, to show that we can pull together if we want and achieve something.”

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