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Google is a global leader in technology and Web services, built on the mission to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google has grown tremendously over the years and now offers a wide range of free applications, tools, and resources for personal use. From email and maps to shopping and photos


Internships are a great way to enhance your skills and get hands-on experience in different industries. They also help you differentiate yourself from other candidates, whether or not you want to work for the company afterwards. You'll get insight into how the company operates on a daily basis, and you'll have a chance to network with people in other departments.


It's no secret that the internet has been an integral part of our lives for years now. With more than 2 billion people logging on every day, it's hard to imagine life without this wonderful creation. It would be impossible to list all the benefits of social media to students as there are so many and they vary from person to person, but here are a few reasons why Facebook is good for students.


NAPTOSA and SADTU are concerned about when teachers will be receiving the vaccine and SADTU has called for marking of the matric exam papers to come to a halt after the death of a matric exam marker in KwaZulu-Natal due to Covid-19. 


South Africa is set to receive the vaccine against Covid-19 in April, however healthcare workers are unhappy with this as hospitals are under immense strain. 


The number of COVID-19 deaths continue to increase after more than 400 people have died from the virus over the past week, this left Minister of Health Zweli Mkhize concerned. 


We are living in a very fast-paced and ever-changing technological environment. Today, technology and the internet has impacted many aspects of our lives. Technology is a dynamic tool which has changed the relationship and role between students and their lecturers. 


Google may be a large corporation that is slowly devouring our world but dang it, if it was an assignment search engine you'd be hard-pressed to find a student that doesn't pop out this search engine whenever it comes to researching an unknown topic.


Google has announced new updates as part of its online teaching event, 'The Anywhere School'. The concept behind the school is to make teachers, learners, and parents aware of the Google tools that they can use during the pandemic since learning has moved online. 


Students in Kwazulu-Natal are making South Africa proud. One student is assisting students in the battle that online learning has presented and the other is representing South Africa on a large scale. With these being our future innovators, South Africa definitely has a chance at prospering further as a country.


Self-quarantine is recommended for individuals who have been directly exposed to the new Coronavirus or have history of travel in infected or heavily populated areas.


Everyone is spending so much time online these days - which has lead to Digital Marketing growing into a big business. Working in Digital Marketing promises a long and profitable career but what exactly does a Digital Marketer do? And how do you get into Digital Marketing?


SASSA has apologised for delays in the payment of the R350 grant. This comes after the public criticism that SASSA faced for only paying 10 people out of the 5 million South Africans who applied for the grant.


Weekly Aweh is a new weekly segment on the Politically Aweh Youtube channel. This new segment brings you a lighthearted and funny recap of the week.


To cope with the demands of Covid-19, the CTICC has undergone a transformation and is now housing a Temporary Hospital. Now, you can take a tour of this hospital. 


President Ramaphosa announced that the whole of South Africa will be moving to Level 3 and also announced regulations being put in place as well as which ones are lifted. 


Students all over the country have been instructed to stay home and have had their academic programmes continue online. Many are waiting for the Department of Higher Education to make moves, so what have they done for Higher Education?


Japan Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, has announced the end of the state of emergency in Japan. The state of emergency had been in place since April and has now ended a week earlier than intended. 


Google has a non-profit programme which offers free courses through Google Digital Garage. Here, you can gain skills from courses offered to you for free. 


Cybersecurity experts says South Africans are sharing too much of their personal information on social media, allowing cybercriminals to exploit them for their personal gain.

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