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MATRIC 2019 STUDY TIMETABLE
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So you want to nail your studies this year?  Of course you do! Find your exam timetable PRINTABLES HERE

NSFAS FRAUD
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NSFAS was put under administration in August 2018, and Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has extended this to August 2020.  "NSFAS would like to reassure the public that the arrest of the three employees will not have an impact on the 2020 applications cycle, which is expected to close on November 30, 2019," Carolissen said. 

matric exams 2019
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The Department of Basic Education says security around matric exam question papers have been tightened, in a bid to also avoid leaks. The 2019 matric exams will begin on 23 October and wrap up on 28 November 2019.

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The next few weeks are going to be a whirlwind for South Africa’s Matric Class of 2019, as they cram in their final exam prep while trying to remain calm, 

money scam
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The Department of Employment and Labour has also warned the public to be on the alert of a scam that keeps resurfacing and circulating on social media promising a pay out of R30 000.

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Students seeking government funding will only qualify under the following conditions.

DHET
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Did you know? To lodge any other TVET examinations related enquiry the examination centres and/or candidates are encouraged to make use of the DHET Exams e-query solution for colleges on www.eservices.gov.za. 

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At the recent Presidency Budget Vote 2019/2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa highlighted the importance of giving the youth a hand-up

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One of the biggest mistakes prospective students can make, is to sign up for degree study based not on a realistic assessment of their personal strengths and interests, but on outdated ideas of what was historically considered the best or most prestigious course of action, an education expert says.
 

what to study
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“So many prospective students set themselves up for disappointment and failure because they sign up for something based on perceptions of prestige, rather than prospects of success,” says Education expert Dr Felicity Coughlan of the IIE. Below she discusses how career options have evolved dramatically and substantially over the past decade, and that students and their parents should keep this in mind when investigating what to study and where.

 

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