Students enrolled at a South African University who demonstrate consistently strong academic performance to apply for the scholarship.

The Department of Basic Education has shown concern about the effects the pandemic has had on the teaching and learning taking place. Learners have not been reading as much as they need to and now, the Department is set to have plans in place to aid this.

As a graduate you have your sights set on getting into the working world and starting the on-the-job training that will launch your career. 

Young, qualified, talented and enterprising applicants from African countries and the African Diaspora are invited to apply to join Masters or PhD degree programmes at any of the following four PAU institutes listed below.

Investec offers a full bursary per year towards study-related expenses. Bursaries will only be offered to  applicants who are currently in Grade 12 or in their first year of University.

If you are interested in studying to become a Chartered Accountant but do not have the funds then this bursary opportunity is for you. Thuthuka Bursary Fund Trust is open.

South African schools are feeling pressure to close due to the spike in new COVID-19 cases. With teachers, parents and experts also giving their views on this matter.

Several organisations have been planning to disrupt classes since schools reopened. The Basic Education Department has now spoken out against this. 

Schools in the Eastern Cape were given permission to return however they have chosen to postpone the return of Grades R, 6 and 11. This postponement is due to the increase in COVID-19 cases at schools.

Learners will return to school tomorrow with 96,7% of all schools ready to accept the pupils and apply by all Covid-19 safety measures.  The Minister of Basic Education has updated the country on the reopening which will see 13% of learners return on Monday (Grade 12 and Grade 7) and gave reassurance that the provinces are ready to receive them.