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Dreaming of pursuing higher education at a prestigious South African university? Universities across South Africa have now opened their applications for the 2025 academic year.

The National Benchmark Test (NBT) can prove essential to the outcome of your application to a university, and since the pandemic began, the exam has been written online more frequently. The following outlines the rules and requirements of the online NBT exam.

It's been R350 a month for 3 years but now the SRD grant is finally going to be increased, like other Sassa grants have increased.  The Minister of Finance has finally announced what the grant will be increased to from the 1st April 2024.

NSFAS provides bursaries and loans to thousands of students around South Africa. The bursary scheme wants to ensure students across the country can easily communicate with them. 

More than 2 million funding applications were received by NSFAS for the 2024 academic year. The funding scheme explained delays in funding decisions. 

The Multichoice Bursary Scheme provides an alternative funding method for close to 200 students each year since the scheme began. Here is everything that a potential applicant would need to know about the bursary.

If when you first applied at a university or college you weren't accepted, you have another oppurtunity! CACH will help place you at a university or college. 


Aspiring teachers can now apply for a comprehensive bursary that covers all the costs of their studies. The 2024 Funza Lushaka Bursary application is now open. 

Understanding the matric pass rates can be confusing so in this article, we break it down for you. In order to pass you will need to pass six of your matric subjects.

The class of 2021 recently receive their Matric results on Friday with a pass rate of 76.4% for public schools. It is safe to say that many are celebrating, while this may not be the case for those who got poor results or failed altogether.