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Interested applicants are invited to apply for the positions listed below starting from Grade 10 vacancy post to NQF Level 4.


Are you a final-year BSc Hon/BEng or Master’s student in Physics/ Mathematics/ Computer Science/ Electronics? Then the International Space Weather Camp is for you!


Congratulations on your recent graduation! Studying and Varsity days are the best but now what? We have no doubt that you can't wait to get your life started and your career underway!


The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically impacted the schooling system in the country. The most notable being the learning losses incurred as a result of alternate-day schooling, but one learning expert is more optimistic.


The school dropout rate is expected to surge in South Africa over the next few years if urgent interventions are not put in place. Education experts have also pointed that literacy rates are already declining.


There are an estimated 3.3 million illiterate adults in South Africa. The Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) initiative aims to reduce this number by offering foundational learning programmes to motivated people.


Since Covid-19 led to the disruption of learning for students and the national academic year, many have called for more interventions to bridge the gap.

 


Don't waste time during the June/July holidays. This is the perfect opportunity for you - matriculants to investigate the higher education options for next year.


We are all excited to kick-start the New Year. However like bogus recruiting agencies we also have bogus unregistered colleges. Matric learners, be aware of these colleges. Check out our list of registered institutions n South Africa.


Do you want that degree but need to improve your grades first? The Matric second chance programme is an opportunity to better your Matric results and future! Senior Certificate registrations are now open!


With half of the matric 2021 year almost done, it is nearly that time again for matriculants who are not studying further to consider applying for jobs. What many don’t realise is that the worst is yet to come, the job market for matriculants is worse than ever as many companies are focusing on job retention rather than expansion, due to the economic climate.


The first half of the year is almost over and that means vacation time. But let us not forget that the second semester is yet to come and you still need to get through that. So let's take a brief look at how to survive the start of the second semester.


Interested in studying Business in South Africa, but not sure where to go? Keep on reading to find the college which will best suit your needs and provide excellent Business studies.


 Think you have what it takes to be a software developer or programmer? Applications are now open for the 2021 WeThinkCode_ full-time, fully-sponsored two-year programming course.  


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. 


The South African Broadcasting Corporation has announced the launch of a new educational channel. The launch of this channel forms part of the SABC’s attempts to make sure that learning continues despite the covid-19 restrictions. 


In order to qualify as a Game Ranger you need to undergo tertiary training at one of the relevant institutions. Many Game Rangers hold Diplomas in Nature Conservation or have degrees majoring in the Natural Sciences. This list is not exhaustive but may provide you with some idea of some of the tertiary courses on offer in the field of Nature Conservation.


So you want to study further? That's great! There are plenty of colleges and other education institutes out there, but before you do make sure that your college or institution is registered.


With South Africa’s high unemployment rates and limited university spaces, matriculants are often urged to opt for vocational training.

Barend Van den Berg says the career options in the vocational sector are virtually endless, and incorporate almost all sectors of the economy.


With little more than two weeks of the Matric final exams left, an education expert has warned learners to keep the focus right to the end, because what lies ahead could still mean the difference between make or break.


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