Career Advice

The modern world of business is changing so fast there are new and exciting career options opening up all the time. It is becoming more common to take on a job that didn't exist when you were at school.

While it is exciting that there are many more career options to choose from, the downside is that with so much choice it can be hard to find useful information on what exactly is the right career for you and where to study to get the best learning and qualifications.

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Careers Advice

Schools of Skills focus on providing practical and vocational training to help students develop skills that can lead to employment opportunities or further vocational education.

World Telecommunications and Digital Society Day took place on Friday, the 17th of May, and in 2024 the discourse surrounding unemployment in the era of artificial intelligence (AI) assumes heightened relevance.


Social media platforms have become a key tool to help you find the career you want. Find out how you can find a job through social media today.

For those on the job hunt, your CV is more than just a document. It represents a ticket to your next career milestone.



Military Careers

The Military Skills Development System (MSDS) programme 2024/2025 is a two-year voluntary service system with the long-term goal of enhancing the SA National Defence Forces deployment capability. This could be the Army, Navy, Air Force or Military Health Service. Details of this year's programme have been announced.

The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) comprises the armed forces of South Africa. It's object is to defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity of South Africa and its people.

Are you looking for a career at SANDF - South African National Defence Force? The Department of Defence employ young, fit and healthy candidates who are Citizens of the Republic of South Africa.

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FNB represents multiple opportunities for you to build an exciting and rewarding career. If you are innovative and a non-traditional thinking apply now for the FNB graduate programme.

One of SA's biggest banking groups is recruiting grads to join their relationship banking department. If you are looking for a career with a major corporate employer then this could be the perfect opportunity for you.



Clicks is recruiting diploma graduates to join their 12 month Graduate Development Programme. We have all the details so that you can apply now.


Global food manufacturer McCain Foods is recruiting enthusiastic young South Africans for their 2024 Graduate Programme. The programme is focused on helping you develop your skills and excel at the corporate food powerhouse.  Apply now before the programme closes.

GAP Year

For many high school learners, the idea of jumping into the next phase of life right after finishing their matric year is daunting and overwhelming. This is why thousands of newly matriculated learners opt to take a “gap” year.

A gap year is when students take a break after high school before embarking their tertiary studies. There is this misconception that  taking a gap year will make you forget everything you’ve learnt at school.

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A gap year is a period of time between high school and college when students take a break from their education to pursue other activities. Here are some ideas for you to fill up your gap year before venturing into your field of study. 

Q&A with an expert reveals details of working as an au pair. Are you interested in taking a gap year? Whether you’ve just finished school and need some time out to decide what to do, or if you’ve been working for a while and need a change, au pairing overseas is a viable career choice.

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As South Africa approaches Human Rights Day on March 21, Dimpho Sepeng, a young Social Media Manager and part of the marketing team at The BEE Chamber, raises poignant concerns about the persistent youth unemployment crisis in the country.


Starting as an entrepreneur can be scary at first, especially if you're unsure about the necessary steps to take. To help you navigate the path to success, there are a few essential tips you can use as you start your entrepreneurship journey. 

In the current economy it may seem very risky to follow your passion of starting your own business, however it may be very rewarding when the business becomes successful. Here are some initiatives that provide skills training and assistance to entrepreneurs in South Africa. 

As businesses globally seek fresh and creative methods to enter new markets, South Africa with its rich history and diversified population, has long been viewed as a country of entrepreneurial opportunity. However, just like any country, South Africa does have its flaws.

Entrepreneurs make big ideas turn into reality. There are various types of entrepreneurs, and each type tend to make their own decisions depending on their personalities, skills, and environment. Yet, they all contribute to the economy and create jobs.

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