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Schneider Electric Graduate Programme 2021

Schneider Electric South Africa is looking for passionate undergraduates who are expected to graduate in 2020 and wish to join the company’s graduate trainee program.

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COVID-19 UPDATE- 28th October: 719 714 Cases - 19 111 Deaths - 648 654 Recoveries

Thursday, October 29, 2020 - 09:57Author: SAnews.gov.za

The Minister of Health, Zweli Mkhize, has announced that the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in South Africa has increased. This is a developing story. 

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Wednesday 28th October 2020

A total of 719 714 confirmed COVID-19 cases has been recorded in South Africa. 

Since the last report, 25 721 new tests have been conducted.

Unfortunately the number of COVID-19 related deaths have increased by 58, bringing the total to 19 111.

The number of recoveries have also increased to 648 654 with a recovery rate of 90%.

Tuesday 27th October 2020

As of 27 October, South Africa recorded a total of 717 851 confirmed cases of Covid-19 with deaths relating to the virus coming to 19 053. The country's recoveries do however stand at 647 833 which translates to a recovery rate of 90%. Active cases in South Africa stands at 50 965.

Monday 26th October 2020

Minister Mkhize confirms, "As of today, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 716 759, the total number of deaths is 19 008 and the total number of recoveries is 646 721."

40 new Covid-19 related deaths have been reported: 8 from Eastern Cape, 4 from Gauteng, 1 from Kwazulu-Natal, 4 from Mpumalanga, 16 from North West and 7 from Western Cape.

891 new cases were recorded in the last 24 hours.

The recovery rate currently stands at 90%.

"The cumulative number of tests conducted to date is 4 709 403 with 11 464 new tests conduced since the last report," read a statement released by the Health Department.

Sunday 25th October 2020

South Africa confirmed COVID-19 cases now stand at 715 868. 

19 997 new tests were conducted since the last report.

Recoveries have increased to 646 170 with a recovery rate of 90,3%.

Deaths however have also risen in number, 18 968 COVID-19 related deaths in total.

Saturday 24th October 2020

Since the last report, South Africa's total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases increased to 714 246, with an increase of 1 834 new cases.

To date, the number of tests conducted now stands at 4 677 942, with 20 826  new tests being conducted.

Regrettably, the number of COVID-19 related deaths has risen to 18 944.

However, so have the recoveries, which now stands at 644 641, this translates to a 90% recovery rate. 

Friday 23rd October 2020

To date, there are 712 412 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 1 897 new cases.

The total number of tests now stands at 4 657 116 with 23 445 new tests conducted since the last report.

COVID-19 related deaths, unfortunately, have increased to 18 891.

Recoveries, fortunately, have increased to 643 523.

Thursday 22nd October 2020

The cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa is 710 515.

To date, 4 633 671 tests have been conducted since the pandemic started. 25 788 new tests were conducted since the last report.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 related deaths have increased by 102 . Which brings the total number of deaths due to COVID-19 to 18 843.

Fortunately the number of recoveries have also risen and now stand at 642 560, with a recovery rate of 90.4%.

Minister Zweli Mkhize has said the following, "Over the past week, there has been an increase of 9.1% in new cases."

Wednesday 21st October 2020

Minister Zweli Mkhize stated the following:

As of today, a cumulative number of detected COVID-19 cases is 708 359, with 2055 new cases reported in the last 24 hours.

The cumulative number of tests conducted to date is 4 607 883 with 26 537 new tests conducted since the last report. 

Regrettably, we report 85 more COVID-19 related deaths today. This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths to 18 741. Of the 85 deaths reported today, 8 occurred in the past 48 hours.

Our recoveries now stand at 641 706 which translates to a recovery rate of 90%. 

Tuesday 20th October 2020

The total confirmed cases of Covid-19 is now at 706 304, an increase of 1050 cases since the last report. 

164 more South Africans have died from Covid-19, which brings the death toll to 18 656.

South Africa's recovery rate currently stands at 90% with 639 568 total recoveries in the country.

Active cases in the country stands at 48 080.

Monday 19th October 2020

SA confirmed COVID-19 cases now stand at 705 254. 

16 502 new tests were conducted since the last report.

Recoveries have increased to 635 257, with a recovery rate of 90%.

Deaths however have also risen in number, 18 492 COVID-19 related deaths in total.

However, the Department has has to clarify an error which was made yesterday and said, "Yesterday, we reported a cumulative total of 3176 deaths for Kwazulu-Natal. We wish to correct this. This was a typographical error which occurred when the total number was recorded, following verification. We therefore confirm that yesterday's total number of deaths for Kwazulu-Natal was 3135. This means that the total number of deaths nationally for 18 October 2020 was 18 431. We apologise for this error."

Sunday 18th October 2020

Minister Zweli Mkhize stated, "As of today, the cumulative number of detected COVID-19 cases is 703 793 with 1 662 new cases identified."

Recoveries now come to a total of 634 543 while active cases in the country stands at 50 779.

To date, 4 549 478 tests have been conducted.

Minister Mkhize shared the following:

I wish to inform the public that this afternoon my wife, Dr May Mkhize and I have tested positive for COVID-19. We decided to go test yesterday when I started showing mild symptoms.

Saturday 17th October 2020

The cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa is 702 131.

To date, 4 528 141 tests have been conducted since the pandemic started. 22 608 new tests were conducted since the last report.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 related deaths have increased by 38. Which brings the total number of deaths due to COVID-19 to 18 408.

Fortunately the number of recoveries have also risen and now stand at 630 436, with a recovery rate of 90%.

Friday 16th October 2020

Since the last report, South Africa's total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases increased to 700 203, with an increase of 2 019 new cases.

To date, the number of tests conducted now stands at 4 505 533, with 24 179  new tests being conducted.

Regrettably, the number of COVID-19 related deaths has risen to 18 370.

However, so have the recoveries, which now stands at 629 260.

Thursday 15th October 2020

South Africa's total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases now stands at 698 184. Since the last report 22 609 new tests were conducted.

Unfortunately the number of COVID-19 related deaths have increased to 18 309, with 158 new deaths.

On the other hand, recoveries have fortunately also increased to 628 301.

Active cases now stands at 51 574 in South Africa.

Wednesday 14th October 2020

The total confirmed cases of Covid-19 is now at 696 414, an increase of 1877 cases since the last report. 

123 more South Africans have died from Covid-19, which brings the death toll to 18 151.

South Africa's recovery rate currently stands at 90% with 626 898 total recoveries in the country.

Active cases in the country stands at 51 365.

Tuesday 13th October 2020

Minister Zweli Mkhize stated, "As of today, the cumulative number of detected COVID19 cases is 694 537 with 1178 new cases identified."

Deaths in the country currently stands at 18 028, recoveries at 625 574 while active cases in the country stands at 50 935.

To date, 4 433 952 tests have been conducted.

Monday 12th October 2020

Tests conducted to date: 4 418 418

  • Increase in tests done in 24 hours: 10 977

Positive cases found: 693 359

  • Increase in cases in 24 hours: 888

Deaths to date: 17 863

  • Increase in deaths in 24 hours: 83

Recoveries to date: 624 659

  • Increase in recoveries in 24 hours: 894

Active cases: 50 837

Sunday 11th October 2020

South Africa's total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases increases to 692 471 with 1575 new cases in the last 24 hours.

To date, 17 780 COVID-19 related deaths were reported.

Recoveries have risen to 623 765, with a recovery rate of 90%.

Saturday 10th October 2020

The cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa is 690 896.

To date, 4 388 171 tests have been conducted since the pandemic started. 28 066 new tests were conducted since the last report.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 related deaths have increased by 126. Which brings the total number of deaths due to COVID-19 to 17 673.

Fortunately the number of recoveries have also risen and now stand at 622 153, with a recovery rate of 90%.

Friday 9th October 2020

The cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa is 688 532.

To date, 4 360 105 tests have been conducted since the pandemic started. 20 419 new tests were conducted since the last report.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 related deaths have increased by 139. Which brings the total number of deaths due to COVID-19 to 17 547.

Fortunately the number of recoveries have also risen and now stand at 620 081, with a recovery rate of 90%.

Thursday 8th October 2020

1736 new cases have been recorded in South Africa, which increases the confirmed COVID-19 cases to 686 891.

The number of COVID-19 related deaths have increased by 160. Eastern Cape have reported a further 18 deaths, Kwazulu-Natal 105, Free State 6, Limpopo 6, Mpumalanga 4, Western Cape 8, and Gauteng 13.

Which brings the total deaths to 17 408.

Recoveries now stand at 618 771, with a recovery rate of 90%.

Wednesday 7th October 2020

As of today, South Africa has recorded 685 155 confirmed COVID-19 cases. With 23 583 new tests conducted since the last report.

Unfortunately the number of COVID-19 related deaths has increased by 145, bringing the total to 17 248.

However on a more positive note, recoveries have also increased and now stand at 618 127.

Tuesday 6th October 2020

After 4 294 931 tests conducted in total, South Africa now has a total of 683 242 confirmed cases of Covid-19. 1027 of these cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours. 

The death toll from Covid-19 stands at 17 103, an increase of 87 deaths since yesterday's update.

Recoveries are now at 616 857 and active cases are at 49 282.

Monday 5th October 2020

Minister Zweli Mkhize stated, "As of today, a cumulative total of 682 215 confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa have been recorded with 926 new cases identified ... we report 40 more COVID-19 related deaths ... This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths to 17 016."

Active cases in the country stands at 49 515.

To date, 4 280 340 tests have been conducted.

Sunday 4th October 2020

It has been reported that 1573 new COVID-19 cases have been recorded, which brings the total to 681 289.

The total number of tests conducted is 4 269 626 with 18 113 new tests conducted since the last report. 

Unfortunately, the number of COVID-19 related deaths have risen by 38, with 1 from the Western Cape and 37 from Gauteng. Bringing the COVID-19 death total to 16 976.

However, the number of recoveries have also increased to 614 781 making the recovery rate 90%. 

Friday 2nd October 2020

To date, there are 677 833 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 1 749 new cases.

The total number of tests now stands at 4 229 709 with 20 660 new tests conducted since the last report.

COVID-19 related deaths, unfortunately, have increased to 16 909.

Recoveries, fortunately, have increased to 611 044.

Thursday 1st October 2020

Tests conducted to date: 4 209 049

  • Increase in tests done in 24 hours: 21 132

Positive cases found: 676 084

  • Increase in cases in 24 hours: 1745

Deaths to date: 16 866

  • Increase in deaths in 24 hours: 132

Recoveries to date: 609 854

  • Increase in recoveries in 24 hours: 1742

Active cases: 49 364

Wednesday 30th September 2020

It has been reported that 1767 new COVID-19 cases have been recorded, which brings the total to 674 339.

The total number of tests conducted is 4 187 917 with 23 426 new tests conducted since the last report. 

Unfortunately, the number of COVID-19 related deaths have risen by 67, with 9 from the Western Cape, 11 from Gauteng, 3 Eastern Cape, 7 from Free State and 37 from KwaZulu-Natal. Bringing the COVID-19 death total to 16 734.

However, on a lighter note the number of recoveries have also increased to 608 112 with a recovery rate of 90%. 

Tuesday 29th September 2020

Confirmed SA COVID-19 cases now stands at 672 572. 

Since the last report, 12 011 new tests were conducted.

COVID-19 related deaths have risen up to 16 667. There were 81 new deaths recorded, 8  from Eastern Cape, 5 from the Free State, 8 from North West, 28 from Gauteng, 11 from KwaZulu-Natal, 5 in Limpopo, 10 from Northern Cape, and 6 from Western Cape.

Fortunately, recoveries have increased to 606 520.

Monday 28th September 2020

Minister Zweli Mkhize stated, "As of today, the cumulative number of detected COVID19 cases is 671 669 with 903 new cases identified since the last report".

... we report 188 more COVID19 related deaths: 3 from Eastern Cape,1 from Kwazulu-Natal, 2 from Gauteng, 4 from Western Cape and 178 from the Free State. This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths to 16 586".

The recoveries stand at 604 478 while the active cases in the country stands at 50 605.

Sunday 27th September 2020

Tests conducted to date: 4 143 466

  • Increase in tests done in 24 hours: 15 028

Positive cases found: 670 766

  • Increase in cases in 24 hours: 1258

Deaths to date: 16 398

  • Increase in deaths in 24 hours: 22

Recoveries to date: 603 721

  • Increase in recoveries in 24 hours: 1903

Active cases: 50 647

Friday 25th September 2020

To date, South Africa has a cumulative total of confirmed COVID-19 cases of 668 529. With 1 480 new cases being identified.

14 917 new tests were conducted since the last report, which brings the total number of tests conducted to 4 117 079.

COVID-19 related deaths now stands at 16 312 and recoveries have increased to 599 149, which translates to a recovery rate of 89,6%.

Thursday 24th September 2020

After 4 102 162 tests conducted in total, South Africa now has a total of 667 049 confirmed cases of Covid-19. 1861 of these cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours. 

The death toll from Covid-19 stands at 16 283, an increase of 77 deaths since yesterday's update.

Recoveries are now at 595 916 and active cases are at 54 850.

Wednesday 23rd September 2020

After 4 083 757 tests conducted in total, South Africa now has a total of 665 188 confirmed cases of Covid-19. 1906 of these cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours. 

The death toll from Covid-19 stands at 16 206, an increase of 88 deaths since yesterday's update.

Recoveries are now at 594 229 and active cases are at 54 753.

Tuesday 22nd September

1346 new cases have been recorded in South Africa, which increases the confirmed COVID-19 cases to 663 282.

The number of COVID-19 related deaths have increased by 126. Eastern Cape have reported a further 5 deaths, Kwazulu-Natal 54, Western Cape 17, North West 5 and Gauteng 45.

Which brings the total deaths to 16 118.

Recoveries now stand at 592 904 with a recovery rate of 89,4%.

Monday 21st September 2020

As of today, a cumulative total of 661 936 confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa have been recorded. 

39 new deaths have been recorded - 9 from Eastern Cape, 9 from Gauteng, 1 from KwaZulu Natal, 4 from Western Cape, 16 from North West. This means we have 15 992 cumulative deaths now recorded.

We convey our condolences to the loved ones of the departed and thank the health care workers who treated the deceased.

The n umber of recoveries currently stands at 591 208  which translates to a recovery rate of 89,3%.

The total number of tests conducted to date is 4 047 723 with 6180 new tests conducted since the last report.

The current total of active cases is 54 736.

Sunday 20th September 2020

To date, 661 211 confirmed COVID-19 cases have been reported. With 1555 new tests conducted since the last report.

Which brings the total of tests conducted to 4 041 543.

Unfortunately, it has been reported that there were 13 new COVID-19 related deaths. Bringing the cumulative total to 15 953.

However on a more positive note, recoveries continue to increase and currently stands at 590 071. The recovery rate stands at 89,2%.

Friday 18th September 2020

To date, there are 657 627 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 2 055 new cases.

The total number of tests now stands at 4 003 590 with 20 057 new tests conducted since the last report.

COVID-19 related deaths, unfortunately, have increased to 15 857.

Recoveries, fortunately, have increased to 586 844.

Thursday 17th September 2020

Tests conducted to date: 3 983 533

Positive cases found: 655 572

  • Increase in cases in 24 hours: 2128

Deaths to date: 15 772

  • Increase in deaths in 24 hours: 67

Recoveries to date: 585 303

  • Increase in recoveries in 24 hours: 1108

Active cases: 54 497

Wednesday 16th September 2020

Tests conducted to date: 3 961 179

Positive cases found: 584 195

  • Increase in cases in 24 hours: 1923

Deaths to date: 15 705

  • Increase in deaths in 24 hours: 64

Recoveries to date: 584 195

  • Increase in recoveries in 24 hours: 1069

Active cases: 15 705

Tuesday 15th September 2020

Health Minister, Zweli Mkhize, has confirmed the following:

As of today, a cumulative total of 651 521 confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa have been recorded.

Regrettably, we report a further 142 new Covid-19 related deaths - 4 from Eastern Cape, 12 from Gauteng, 16 from Kwazulu-Natal, 13 from Western Cape, 11 from Northern Cape, 19 from Mpumalanga and 67 from Limpopo. This brings the total deaths to 15 641.,

Our recoveries now stand at 583 126 which translates to a recovery rate of 89,5%. 

Sunday 13th September 2020

After 3 902 786 tests conducted in total, South Africa now has a total of 648 214 confirmed cases of Covid-19. 1816 of these cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours. 

The death toll from Covid-19 stands at 15 427, an increase of 49 deaths since yesterday's update.

Recoveries are now at 576 423 and active cases are at 56 364.

South Africa has a recovery rate of 88,9%.

Health Minister, Zweli Mkhize, has said, "we cautiously but optimistically breathe a sigh of relief as we continue to see our detected cases, hospital admissions, deaths and even excess deaths declining. Our recovery rate is now almost at 90% and our mortality rate has remained stable at around 2%." 

Friday 11th September 2020

Since the last report, South Africa's total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases increased to 646 398, with an increase of 1 960 new cases.

To date, the number of tests conducted now stands at 3 884 166, with 20 713 new tests being conducted.

Regrettably, the number of COVID-19 related deaths has risen to 15 378.

However, so have the recoveries, which now stands at 574 587.

Thursday 10th September 2020

A total of confirmed 644 438 COVID19 cases have been recorded in South Africa.  

The total number of deaths is 15 265 and the total number of recoveries is 573 003.

Friday March 20th

There are now 202 cases of the Coronavirus which has been declared a national disaster by President Cyril Ramaphosa. Globally, there are now 247,595 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and 10,064 deaths. The virus has spread to 182 countries/territories.

Among the new cases in the country is a 2-year-old boy from the Western Cape who has not travelled internationally. This is the youngest confirmed case.

“It is notable that there are eight cases of local transmission,” said the Minister in a statement.

There are 14 new cases in Gauteng:

-A 45 year-old male who had travelled to Belgium, UK, France and the US

-A 37 year-old male who had travelled to the UK

-A 54 year-old female who had travelled to the USA

-A 52 year-old male who had travelled to the UK

-A 25 year-old male who travelled to the UK

-A 52 year-old female who had travelled to Italy

-A 59 year-old male who travelled to the UK and Dubai

-A 57 year-old male who travelled to the USA

-A 60 year-old male who travelled to the USA

-A 37 year-old female who travelled to Italy and Dubai

-A 21 year-old female with no travel history

-A 34 year-old male with no international travel history

-A 26 year-old female with no international travel history

-A 32 year-old female with no international travel history

There are four new cases in KwaZulu-Natal:

-A 48 year-old male who travelled to Dubai

-A 59 year-old female with no international travel history

-A 5 year-old male with no international travel history

-A 3 year-old male with no international travel history

There are five new cases in the Western Cape:

-A 3 year-old male who travelled to the UK

-A 58 year-old male who travelled to the UK and Austria

-A 2 year-old male with no international travel

-A 62 year-old female who travelled to the UK and Ethiopia

-A 71 year-old female who travelled to the UK

The Minister said there was a debate with clinicians, epidemiologists, virologists on when government must release results to the public.

“These experts raised an issue of an ethical obligation to immediately alert patients as soon as the results become available.

“This therefore means that by the time a confirmation test is conducted in public laboratories, patients would have been notified of their initial results. This clarification is important because as government, we had announced to the public that all positive results will be verified through our public laboratories and the NICD,” explained the Minister.

He said in an effort to ensure transparency, government had decided to release results as they are submitted by both public and private labs.

“In instances where our confirmation tests give contrary results, we will inform the public, make reference to that specific result previously announced and give the outcome of the confirmation results.

“Whilst we respect that private laboratories have the capacity to test and on their own issue results, our intention and approach is to ensure that there is credibility in the information and results given to the public.“Whilst we appreciate the importance of being transparent with South Africans, we will not do so irresponsibly and not take into account all clinical and any other broader implications of the information we give to you,” he said.

Repatriated South Africans

Mkhize further announced that the South Africans who were repatriated from Wuhan City, in China have tested negative for COVID-19. The group arrived in South Africa on Saturday and are in quarantine at The Ranch Hotel in Limpopo.

“It gives us great pleasure to also announce to South Africans that all the citizens from Wuhan were tested and their results came back negative for COVID-19. We continue to keep them in quarantine for the prescribed period and will thereafter initiate the process of reunifying them with the community,” said the Minister.

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Ekurhuleni Municipality Tractor Driver Vacancy 2021

The City of Ekurhuleni is offering unemployed Youth / Graduates opportunities to acquire learning and practical work experience.

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Primary Location : South Africa-Gauteng-Corporate

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Job Description - Tractor Driver (Turf Grass,Stadia & Hard Courts) - SRAC10332 (200000AG)

Position: Tractor Driver

Department: Sports, Recreation, Arts & Culture
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Salary: R 179 208 – R 245 844 Per Annum (Plus Benefits)

Core Responsibilities:

  • Cut grass on sport fields and surrounding areas with tractor mounted slasher/cutting equipment.
  • Transport and remove any raw and other materials for sport field maintenance.
  • Clean and store all machinery and Horticultural equipment on a daily basis.
  • Report damages and irregularities of the tractor and other equipment to the supervisor
  • Water, fertilize and cut sport fields, by using a water tanker, fertilizer spreader and use any other garden/turf  equipment
  • Do any other minor winter programme duties as instructed by the supervisor.
  • Complete daily tractor inspection and log sheet and arrange with supervisor to have tractor serviced as per log sheet and ensure that tractor is parked/stored safely after daily duties are completed.
  • Adhere to safety requirements as prescribed by the Occupational Health and Safety Act or any other act related to sport facilities.
  • Adhere to Batho Pele Principles

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Minimum Requirements:

  • Grade 10 or Abet Level 1
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  • Ability to read and write
  • 1 year experience in a similar environment

Interested candidates whose background and experience match these challenging and exciting positions are invited to apply using an online application system attached to the advertisement on the website of the City of Ekurhuleni (www.ekurhuleni.gov.za).

Enquiries: Tel: 0860 54 3000; E-mail: [email protected]

Candidates may be requested to submit proof of the NQF level applicable to the qualifications they have obtained.

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Knowing how to complete your NSFAS application correctly and what to submit is of utomast importance when planning your tertiary future. 

Those individuals applying to NSFAS for funding for the next academic year are urged to remember that should they be submitting a copy of their SMART ID, you will then need to upload a clear copy of both sides of your ID through your myNSFAS account.

Please note that NSFAS does not accept emailed or posted applications.

Another thing to remember is that when applying for NSFAS 2021 funding, you do not need to provide a separate consent form. NSFAS has removed this requirement as a way to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Did you know that you have more options and can apply for a NSFAS bursary at Teachers' Centres? Well, now you know. “These centres are also available to use for free for grade nine pupils who have an interest in studying at any Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges. Out of school youth who require funding can also use these centres,” said Spokesperson for NSFAS, Phatisa Ntlonze.

Click here to find which Teachers' Centre is near you.

You can now also apply for NSFAS funding in 2021 at National Youth Development Agency centres across South Africa. NSFAS has entered into partnership with the NYDA to use their centres to assist applicants who have not yet applied, especially those who do not have internet access and those in rural areas. 

The centres are open every Monday to Friday during office hours. 

You qualify for this academic bursary if you are a South African citizen with a houeshold income of not more than R350 000 per year, or R122 000 per year if you started studying at university before 2018. For students with a disability, the combined annual household income of not more than R600 000 per annum. 

Over 3 million South African students who have been funded by NSFAS previously and you could join them. If you are looking to study at a University or TVET College but need funding, you should apply to NSFAS. NSFAS has got you covered with funding for registration, tuition and allowances.

NSFAS applications close on 30 November 2020.

Click here for more information on NSFAS.

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Minister Confirms SASSA Grant Top Ups Won't Be Extended

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 21:03Author: Sakinah Samuels

Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, has confirmed that SASSA will not be extending top ups for grants but that the Special Relief Distress Grant will indeed be extended until next year. Government has received calls from organisations to extend the grant top ups and to also have the R350 grant increased.

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Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, has confirmed that SASSA will not be extending top ups for grants but that the Special Relief Distress Grant will indeed be extended until next year. Government has received calls from organisations to extend the grant top ups and to also have the R350 grant increased.

Mboweni said the following with regards to this decision made by Government:

We have expanded social protection during this pandemic, and six million people have got the R350 grant. We are extending this payment until the end of January 2021: This grant is effective in reaching the unemployed ... Top-ups for other grants will have to come to an end, though.

The Minister announced that they will be proposing to redirect R6.8 billion towards this relief of distress. 

Those who benefit from the Child Support Grant saw R300 being added to it in May and R500 extra from June until October and other grants saw a top up of R250 for six months but this will now stop as the grants go back to pre-Covid totals. 

It was however earlier announced that temporary disability grants that lapsed in July, or were due to lapse between August – October 2020, have been extended until 31 December this year. Care dependency grants that were extended to October, or were due to lapse between November – December 2020, have been extended until 31 December this year.

The Covid-19 People’s Coalition has expressed its disappointment at the President's decision to not extend top-up grants. The organisation feels that women will be disadvantaged the most as they are caregivers with households that depend on them. 

It also argued that the grants have been very helpful for many families who were left without jobs because of Covid-19. The Coalition said the following:

If the government is to align its rhetoric to action that would seriously assist in supporting women, then the caregiver grant must be extended and increased immediately.

At the beginning of the outbreak and as Government announced their response to it, President Cyril Ramaphosa explained that R500 billion will be geared towards providing relief to South Africans during this time of distress.

Mboweni delivered the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement in Parliament today where he outlined the fiscal framework of the current financial year and the proposed framework for the next three years.

To see the full Medium Term Budget, click here.

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Department Urges Learners To Stay Safe To Be Allowed To Write Exams

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 20:34Author: Sakinah Samuels

Matriculants who are now getting ready to write their exams are being urged to be cautious so that they can be fit and allowed to write their exams. The Department has laid down a set of rules in terms of Covid and how not being safe can result in matrics not being allowed to write their exams.

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Matriculants who are now getting ready to write their exams are being urged to be cautious so that they can be fit and allowed to write their exams. The Department has laid down a set of rules in terms of Covid and how not being safe can result in matrics not being allowed to write their exams.

To our matrics: no social event is worth missing your exams.

- Western Cape Education

Following an outbreak which saw over 70 attendees at a bar test positive for the virus, including learners, the Department is now taking this as a sign for learners to be more cautious as there's a week to go until matrics sit down to write. 

In a statement released on 26 October, Western Cape Education has adopted #CommitToFinish and has said, "Today marks ten days until the main matric exams begin on 5 November. Ten days is also the minimum amount of time that someone who has been in close contact with a confirmed Covid-19 case needs to quarantine.  So it is extremely important that our learners are following the preventative measures right now."

The Department recently announced protocols for learners who are either Covid positive or have been in contact with someone who is. If a learner tests positive for the virus or has to quarantine because theyve been in contact with someone who did, they will not be allowed to write their exams during this exam session but rather in May/June 2021. 

What this would result in is that these learners won't have their results in time to enter higher education when everyone else does or to seek employment and will then have to wait a number of months to do so "all because they chose to ignore the safety protocols every one of us is supposed to follow", said the WCED.

It is all very well for the WCED to require that schools implement safety protocols at school and during exam sittings, but if learners do not follow these after school, they are putting themselves at unnecessary risk. It is up to learners and their parents to take responsibility for what they do after school.

- Western Cape Education

The Department does acknowledge that learners want to continue living their lives and having fun but says that this can be done responsibly which in turn means we can all stay safe while moving forward.

The National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination will be taking place next week, starting on 5 November and ending on 15 December 2020. 1 058 699 candidates have registered for the exams which includes both part-time and full-time candidates.

Most provincial education departments (PEDs) have hired extra markers and invigilators to cope with the high number of candidates expected to write this year. Learners will receive their results on 23 February 2021.

WCED continues to emphasise, "I urge parents to have serious conversations with their children about the importance of practicing the Covid-19 prevention measures to keep themselves and others safe, and the immediate impact this can have on their future."

The Department urges learners to stay safe and take responsibility for their actions saying, "You will thank yourself later."

To read the full statement, click here.

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MEC Rejects Government's Decision To Cut Education Budget

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 20:11Author: Sakinah Samuels

Minister Schäfer has called on COSATU and their partners to declare that the defunding of education by the national government is wrong. It has announced which budget cuts will be made over the next three years in the sector.

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Minister Schäfer has called on COSATU and their partners to declare that the defunding of education by the national government is wrong. It has announced which budget cuts will be made over the next three years in the sector. 

The following statement was issued by Western Cape Education:

"I note COSATU’s announcement that they will be holding a press conference regarding the challenges facing the WCED.  I am pleased that COSATU and its associated organisations understand that there are challenges facing us.  The most profound of these challenges – and indeed the one that underpins almost all others – is the continuous defunding of education in the Western Cape by the national government.

Once again, severe budget cuts threaten to wipe out many of our projects and programmes. A third of our infrastructure budget this year has been wiped out as a result of cuts to the Education Infrastructure Grant and expenditure on Covid-19 compliance measures, for which we have received no compensation from National Treasury.  The cuts being demanded by the National Treasury for the next three years are nothing short of devastating.

The simple fact that must be understood is this: without a proper budget, we are unable to pay for all the things we need to deliver quality education to learners in this province.

Budget cuts mean we cannot build enough schools for the additional 18 000 learners added to our province’s schools each year, so there will be a major struggle to find school places every single year.

Budget cuts mean it is harder and harder to undertake speedy repairs and maintenance of schools, especially when they are shamefully damaged deliberately by vandals.

Budget cuts mean we cannot put high-security fencing around all the schools that need it, so schools will continue to fall victim to the malicious criminals in our communities.

Budget cuts mean we cannot provide learner transport to every learner who needs it, so we still have small children walking up to 5 kilometres to get to school.

Budget cuts mean that we cannot hire more teachers, so class sizes – and the pressure on our teachers – will continue to rise.

We cannot continue to provide a quality education to every learner in this province without the money to pay for it. It is a financial impossibility. While the Western Cape prioritises education during our budgeting process, every department will suffer when the national government demands massive cuts to the provincial share – no matter how important the services they deliver are.

We are in a dire situation.

If these organisations are genuinely serious about solving the challenges we face, they will join us in demanding that national government prioritise the education of our children over the continued looting of State Owned Enterprises.

I really hope these organisations will publicly state tomorrow that they do NOT support the continued diversion of funding from education and other crucial services to collapsing SOEs, and to demand that the national government reverse the budget cuts made this year and increase its allocation of funding for education in our province.

Anything short of this will make it clear that they are only interested in political point-scoring, and not in the welfare of our children. We will be watching closely tomorrow to see where their real priorities lie."

Find the original statement here.

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10 000 Learners Sent To Matric Revision Camps

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 17:02Author: Simbongile Makanda

Results from matric prelims have not been promising for the class of 2020. The Gauteng Department of Education has decided to do something about this, in an attempt to prepare learners before they start writing next week. 

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Spokesperson for the Gauteng education department Steve Mabona said the results from matric preliminary exams are not good. The department has sent 10 000 learners who didn't get good results to camps.

Learners were checked in to matric camps over the weekend and will be spending the rest of the week preparing before exams start. The department has also set up walk-in centres where learners can attend revision classes every day including weekends. 

Many of the learners at the camps have marks that put them in the level 2 category.

"It's quite concerning because when you are at level 2, you are on the borderline of failing so that's why we felt that we need to make sure that we go and polish on whatever that we can utilising this last week." said Mabona. 

English Home language is one of the subjects that the department is concerned about. Mabona said learners will fail if they do badly in their Home Language. 

The department is not expecting a high pass rate because the prelims help the department predict what the final exam marks will be.

Mabona has appealed to parents to give learners time and space to focus. 

"They don't need to be thinking about fun now. They just need to focus and make sure they are not derailed by matric dances. Some schools are facilitating those...They need to understand that the matric dance is not going to assist you,"

If learners test positive 10 days before exams begin or miss an exam because of Covid-19, they will only get a chance to rewrite next year in May/June.

Spokesperson of the Department of Basic Education, Elijah Mhlanga explained that learners could face two risks if schools host matric balls now.

"The first one is you could organise a gathering where learners are at high risk of being infected and when they are infected then it means they will not be able to write the exam for as long as their results indicate that they are positive"

The second risk that the department fears is that learners will lose focus and pay more attention to partying. 

"The focus will be too much on these parties and move away from the real world which is revision. In that case, then they will fail", said Mhlanga

This year's exam paper will not be made easier than in previous years. The department has justified not changing the exam because the papers have already been set by Umalusi.

The department also said it doesn't want learners to be bullied or looked down on because they wrote an easier paper.  

"We don't want learners to be told 'you wrote an easy paper'. So the paper is still a difficult one so that's why we said they must go back and utilise the previous question papers to guide them to understand what is coming," said Mabona.

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Covid Could Lead To Cut in Varsity and College Funding

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 16:25Author: Alan Hammond

The economic damage of the Covid-19 outbreak and lockdown has led the government to review spending over the next few years.  While they have confirmed that spending on student housing will continue, the money spent on university and college students is one of the things that might be cut.

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There was both good and bad news when Finance Minister Tito Mboweni presented his revised Medium Term Budget Policy Statement. The policy document outlines the budget that the government has for the tax it expects to collect over the next three years, and it's plans on how best to spend that money.  The impact on the economy has been severe with many business sectors having to close for an extended period to ensure social distancing. 

The Finance Minister presented the government's reviewed income and expenditure plans to parliament today.

The plans confirm that the post-school education and training sector will receive R118.7 billion in the current financial year.  This will increase only very slightly to R119.7 billion next year, then R123,0 billion and R124,9 billion in the following years.  

Such a low increase doesn't seem to even include space for a cost of living salary increase for employees.

Minister Mboweni confirmed in his speech that the spending allocated to the Student Housing Fund will continue and that is expected to benefit 300 000 students.

However there was a subtle reference in the Minister's policy statement to a review of the funding available to university and college students. This was not mentioned in the Minister's speech.

"To ensure sustainability of the post-school education and training sector, changes in the pace of enrolment at universities and TVET colleges, as well as the coverage of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme bursaries, are likely".  

Previous policy announced by the government had projected only a modest increase in university numbers over the coming years from the 1 070 000 currently to 1 094 000 in the 2021/22 financial year.

TVET College numbers had been projected to stay the same, but the number of those students who were receiving financial support was budgeted to increase from 484 111 to 569 380. 

Since 2017 those who qualify for a place at a university or college, and who pass the financial means test, are eligible for full funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme. 

Another impact of the increase in funding for students has been a significant increase in young students enrolling at Unisa.  While the university was originally intended for older students who are employed elsewhere while they are studying - Unisa has become very popular with Matrics who have just left school but couldn't secure a place at a full-contact university. There are currently more than 407 000 students registered at Unisa.

Minister Blade Nzimande announced in July this year that an investigation into Unisa and its role with younger students was underway, looking into what was referred to as the 'mission drift' at the institution.  

Any changes to student funding will not impact the current class of matrics who will start writing their final exams within a week.  Applications for funding from NSFAS for the coming financial year are currently open and those wanting to study next year have until the end of November to apply online for funding.

References:

Medium Term Budget Policy Statement:

National Department of Higher Education and Training:

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Equal Education Protest Against Budget Cuts For Schools

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 15:41Author: Simbongile Makanda

Equal Education (EE) is calling for the Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni to reverse the budget cuts that the basic education sector faced this year. The sector's budget has been cut by billions, with more than R1.7 billion being taken from the budget for school infrastructure grants alone. 

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The organisation believes that the budget cuts undermine the education sector and this compromises the right to basic education. 

Equal Education is now calling on Minister Tito Mboweni to increase the funding that the National Treasury allocates to the Basic Education sector. 

The organisation has also called for Treasury to ensure that the National School Nutrition Programme (NSNP) has enough money to feed all learners who rely on it. 

In June, the National Treasury cut the Basic Education budget by R2.1 billion. This reduced the department's budget from R25.3 billion before adjustments to R23.2 billion. 

Treasury then cut the budget further by R4.4 billion to cover Covid-19 expenses. 

These budget cuts have affected nearly 2 000 school infrastructure projects, leaving many schools with little to no money for textbooks and school furniture. 

"The state of public education in this country is not one that is acceptable because the DBE has been missing deadlines. In 2016 we were supposed to have eradicated pit latrines, mud schools and schools that are made of improper infrastructure," said Chwayita Wenana, Deputy Head of EE Western Cape.

Wenana raised the issue of schools in the Western Cape struggling to maintain infrastructure and a safe environment for learners. 

Minister of Education in the Western Cape, Debbie Schäfer recently released a statement speaking out against budget cuts for the education department. Schäfer said the budget cuts would mean the department would have less money to provide quality education to learners.

"Budget cuts mean we cannot build enough schools for the additional 18 000 learners added to our province’s schools each year, so there will be a major struggle to find school places every single year."

Another request that Equal Education has is for the government to classify the Department of Basic Education as a frontline department that is active in the fight against Covid-19.

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Basic Education Prepared For Matric Exams

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 12:43Author: Simbongile Makanda

Much preparation has gone into making sure that all learners are ready for their final exam. The National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination will be taking place next week, starting on 5 November and ending on 15 December 2020.

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Committee chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education, Bongiwe Mbinqo-Gigaba applauded the Department on the work it has done to make sure all grade 12 learners are ready to write the final exam. 

“We further note that 1 058 699 candidates have registered for the exams. This includes full-time and part-time candidates, as well as those candidates who were supposed to have written examinations in June this year, which were cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. This is a mammoth task,” said Mbinqo-Gigaba.

During a portfolio meeting, Mbinqo-Gigaba said the Department of Basic Education and Umalusi assured them that the class of 2020 has managed to cover the full curriculum ahead of exams. 

Umalusi is the quality assurance body that makes sure that the final matric exams are up to standard.

 Most provincial education departments (PEDs) have hired extra markers and invigilators to cope with the high number of candidates expected to write this year. 

“Based on our observation and the reports on the state of readiness, Umalusi is satisfied that the department, through the nine PEDs, is ready to conduct the merged June and November 2020 examinations,” Umalusi assured the committee.

Earlier this year, Umalusi CEO, Mafu Rakometsi said Umalusi would not cut down on the amount of content that learners will be tested on in the NSC exam. 

“Umalusi, as a quality assurance body does not advocate for the downgrading or trimming down of the quality of examinations. In particular, tinkering with the content of question papers, we do not support that line of thinking”

John Volmink, Umalusi Council Chairperson, said the exams took 18 months to set and it would take 18 more months for Umalusi to reset the exams.

Volmink said Umalusi could not afford to reset the exams in just a few months for the matric class of 2020. 

The Portfolio Committee on Basic Education has raised concerns about a decrease in the number of learners registering for mathematics.

Learners have been opting for mathematical literacy instead of mathematics.

The department has partly blamed the introduction of technical mathematics and technical physical science for the drop in learners registering for pure mathematics. 

Mbinqo-Gigaba said this could affect learners when they have to apply for a place at higher education institutions. 

Learners will receive their results on 23 February 2021.

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Students Walk To Honour Fees Must Fall Activists

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 12:22Author: Sakinah Samuels

Students have started doing a 300 km walk to honour activists who participated in the Fees Must Fall movement which started years ago. This month of October commemorates five years since the official kick off of the movement. 

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North West University (NWU) students have started doing a 300 km walk from Mahikeng to Johannesburg to honour activists who participated in the Fees Must Fall movement which started years ago.

This month of October commemorates five years since the official start of the movement. The Fees Must Fall movement saw students all over South Africa advocating for increasing of fees to be stopped and for Government to increase funding for Universities.

SABC News reports that this walk is part of the build-up to the main event of the Fees-Must-Fall commemoration expected to be held on Saturday in Braamfontein.

The walk is being done to honour and express how grateful they are to those who participated in the movement. Many of these students have criminal records because of their participation, said Leader of the Maf to Jozi walk, Bozane Zuma.

Many of them are having criminal records and some are still under house arrests. So, we are calling on everyone to commemorate this thing because people have suffered. People have put their lives in danger. People have put their academics in danger.

- Bozane Zuma

One student said, "I had challenges before Fees Must Fall. I couldn’t register. After the Fees Must Fall, I was able to register. Now I am doing my final year".

Another student even travelled from Kimberley to join the march because she says, "it’s for a good cause".

Obakeng Kusca who is currently in his first year of studying Industrial Psychology said that with his mother is unemployed and his father receives an income from jobs here and there, he dreamed of studying further and that it might not have become a reality if it wasn't for the movement.

He said, "We are studying for free. We are residing for free. We are getting meals for free. So, we just want to appreciate them for their efforts".

Many students believe that the movement done a lot and benefitted many underprivileged students.

NWU's SRC Deputy President, Thabang Tlale, told SABC:

The campus SRC Deputy President, Thabang Tlale, says, “This Fees-Must-Fall movement was able to trigger the government to say let’s give these NSFAS students bursaries to be able to assist our students. I can tell you that because of that initiative, as we speak, we are having students who are getting R1 500 monthly. Their fees are paid 100%. Previously, it was not doing that, and it used to be a loan before.

The walk began on Monday and is expected to span over five days as students expect to get to Johannesburg either late Friday night or early Saturday morning.

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Bursary Programme 2021 in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality

The Municipality is offering fi nancial assistance to students, in the form of study bursaries for the 2021 academic year.

MAYORAL BURSARY FUND 2021

The Bursary Fund is intended to assist current or prospective students and shall be used towards covering tuition and registration fees, prescribed books, study material and accommodation.

ENGINEERING

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Civil

PLANNING

  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Town and Regional Planning
  • Architecture
  • Facilities Management
  • Land Surveyin 
  • Building

SCIENCE

  • Microbiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry

FINANCE

  • Economics
  • Accounting

WHO MUST APPLY?

Students must be a bona fi de resident of Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality. Applicants must:

  • Be South African citizens, permanently residing in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality.
  • Have a proof of residence when applying for the bursary.
  • Provide proof of income of their family household.
  • Be willing to work within Buffalo City after completing their studies.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa Self-Quarantines

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 09:56Author: Simbongile Makanda

President Cyril Ramaphosa has begun his self-quarantine period after coming into contact with a Covid-19 positive guest at a dinner. The president attended a fundraising dinner for the Adopt-a-School Foundation on Saturday 24 October.

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He is currently showing no symptoms and will be tested if his symptoms become visible. The Foundation made all guests aware that a dinner guest had shown symptoms Sunday and tested positive on Tuesday 27 October.

A total of 35 guests were hosted by the Foundation's fundraising dinner. 

According to The Presidency, all Covid-19 measures were followed at the event. All guests were screened, wearing masks and social distancing. 

The President removed his mask at the event only when eating and delivering speeches to the guests. 

The South African Military Health Service screens the president regularly and he also subjects himself to screening before attending events. 

The President will continue to work remotely while he self-quarantines.

Yesterday the President attended the unveiling of a new statue to celebrate the legacy of the late Oliver Tambo.

Tambo is the former president of the African National Congress (ANC), the 27th of October would have marked his 103rd birthday.

President Ramaphosa said the statue had been in the works for some time, and he hopes the statue will become a tourist attraction.

“Like the statue of President Mandela at the Union Buildings in Tshwane, I have no doubt that this one too will become a major tourist attraction and I am pleased that you have also put it here almost at the centre of the airport buildings to be indeed a magnet.”

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LGSETA Graduate Internship Programmes 2021

The Local Government SETA invites South African unemployed and qualified graduates and WILL  to apply for the LGSETA 2020//2021 Internship programme. 

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LGSETA Graduate Internship Programmes 2021

Location:

Eastern Cape - East London, EC 5201 ZA (Primary)
Head Office - Bedfordview, GT 2007 ZA
KwaZulu Natal - Durban, KN 4000 ZA
Limpopo - Polokwane, LP 0699 ZA
Western Cape - Rondebosch, WC 7700 ZA

Education Level National Diploma / Higher Diploma or equivalent

Travel 0 - 10%

The following internship opportunities are available:

Education, Training and Quality Assurance 

Head Office:  Johannesburg X1 ETQA/01/2020

Qualifications: Grade 12 / Matric Certificate; Degree or National Diploma in any of the following study fields:  Social Science, Policy Development, Development Studies AND Public Policy.

Internal Audit and Risk

 Head Office, Johannesburg X1 IAR/01/2020

Qualifications: Grade 12 / Matric Certificate; B Com Degree or National Diploma in Risk Management /Auditing /LLB

SSP  

Head Office,  Johannesburg X2 SSP/01/2020

Qualifications: Grade 12 / Matric Certificate; Degree or National Diploma in any of the following study fields:  Social Science, Policy Development, Development Studies AND Public Policy.

Project Management Unit 

Head Office, Johannesburg X1 PMU/01/2020

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Opportunity Closing Date: Saturday, November 7, 2020Opportunity is closing in 9 days Work Opportunities LGSETA Graduate Internship Programmes 2021 Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 09:42

The Local Government SETA invites South African unemployed and qualified graduates and WILL  to apply for the LGSETA 2020//2021 Internship programme. 

Read More Clicks Group Pharmacist Internship Opportunities Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 09:31

Do you want to work and obtain a qualification at the same time? The Clicks Group Graduate Development Program is an entry-level rotational program designed to provide recent University Graduates with an opportunity to work in challenging environments while learning how our organization provides solutions to the retail industry. 

Read More NCP Alcohols Chemical Engineering Internship Programme Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 09:11

Based at the banks of the Umgeni River in the heart of Durban, NCP Alcohols is a leading producer of quality grade ethanol for the local and international beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetic markets. Interns will be given the opportunity to gain valuable work experience whilst being an active member of the NCP Alcohols Projects Team. NCP Alcohols provides interns with excellent industry exposure, training and endless learning opportunities!

Read More Philips Internship Programmes 2021 Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 09:10

We have been successfully running the traineeship program in South Africa for the last past five years and this year again we are expecting to bring onboard talented fresh graduates who will during the 12 months of traineeship not just learn to work but work to learn!

Read More 2021 Business Banking Graduate Intern Programmes at UBS Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 09:09

Do you want to know more about the participants and dynamics of the capital markets? You’ll be working in our Investment Bank’s Global Banking (GB) business. UBS currently has 2 programs running, namely Offcycle Graduate Internship and Graduate Talent Programme

Read More More Internships Opportunities Offered By : LGSETAArticle Category: Internships 2020Tags: graduateinternshipSocial SciencePolicy Developmentdevelopment studiespublic policyBComauditingrisk managementITOpportunity available in: Eastern Cape / Gauteng / KwaZulu-Natal / Limpopo / Western Cape

President Ramaphosa Addresses Hard Lockdown Rumours

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 22:06Author: Sakinah Samuels

President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed what every South African has now been wondering about. Ramaphosa has now given his view on the rumour that a hard lockdown will soon be put in place. Government is now said to be looking into South Africa's rising infection rates and possible resurgence.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed what every South African has now been wondering about. Ramaphosa has now given his view on the rumour that a hard lockdown will soon be put in place and has said that as of right now, the rumour is not true. 

While engaging in a question-and-answer session with the National Council of Provinces, he said:

I don't want our people to be alarmed with rumours such as we're going to Level 3. That is simply not true and I want to assure everyone that that is not true. If it ever gets there, I will be the one to advise the nation where we are and where we are going to. 

He assures us that there is no reason to be alarmed.

"I'd like to say that we are continuing to actively analyse, manage the situation with the assistance of the medical advisory group where there are analysing the incidents of infections as they are unfolding throughout the country."

Ramaphosa also said that they have received reports of South Africans attending events where infections were reported and where people having gathered together, have become super spreaders where the spreading of infection has then ensued. On this he says, "that is worrying and we myst continue to say that as South Africans, we need to make sure that we heed the adherence of the measures that have been put to us by the medical advisory committee".

The President continued to say that Covid-19 is a serious condition and that we all need to adhere to those measures especially now as we move towards December.

Government is now said to be looking into South Africa's rising infection rates and possible resurgence. The President said there are concerns that as the country moves towards the festive season, people will let their guard down.

Western Cape's Premier, Alan Winde, also weighed in and when asked if another lockdown was coming, Winde confidently answered no and said:

There's a reason that everyone is panicking, it's because our numbers have started to go up... it means that people are relaxing too much... people are over it, and we can't be over it.

He continued to explain that before a lockdown decision is made, a President's Coordinating Council has to happen which hasn't. 

Ramaphosa hopes to address South Africa next week about what we need to do now as we see a rise in infections. 

As of 27 October, South Africa recorded a total of 717 851 confirmed cases of Covid-19 with deaths relating to the virus coming to 19 053. The country's recoveries do however stand at 647 833 which translates to a recovery rate of 90%. Active cases in South Africa stands at 50 965.

South Africans are urged to continue playing their role and being safe and to do this by avoiding large gatherings, wearing masks, social distancing and to keep up with hand hygiene.

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March Against UNISA Have Once Again Begun

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 21:06Author: Sakinah Samuels

Employees of UNISA marched in order to have their grievances on the dissatisfaction of the University's administration heard. Workers have said that the University is exploiting them and that they did not expect this from an institution as large as UNISA.

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Around 200 UNISA examination invigilators marched on Tuesday due to them allegedly not being paid their salaries for the past six months. These employees marched to the main campus in Muckleneuk in Pretoria to have their grievances heard.

They are also accusing the administration at the University of not consulting them about their move to online examinations. 

One invigilator participating in the march said:

What has happened here. Since the 6th of March, there was a lockdown but I think the Department of Labour approached different companies in the sense that they discussed the different issue of the Relief fund and when we go there, they say we must go to out employer so that he can apply for us so that we can get something like TERS.

He then continued to explain that when they approach their employer, the employer responds by saying that they are not working for UNISA but that they are instead working for a contractor. On this, one invigilator commented, "I don't know who that is but what I know is we have a direct contract with UNISA. There's no one in between. Now there is a story that they are telling us. The pay slip says UNISA. Now they're telling the police that it's a private company as if they don't know us."

I don't expect this from this big institution. UNISA is a very very big institution. They are exploiting us. So we taking it further with the Union.

The individual who heads the largest exam centre in the country has said, "I'm very sad and it's very unfortunate what UNISA is doing to us as we are here. We are here because our children are hungry. No one wants to pay us. They don't want to pay us anything."

Due to the current pandemic, UNISA has allowed students to take their examinations online. This includes final year examinations. UNISA then announced that all future exams will be done online by stating, "all future examinations of Unisa will be held online".

This is not the first, or even second, time UNISA's administration and management has been slammed. Students have rpreviosuly complained that the University has poor communication as far as updates and announcements go. Recently, students were upset about exam dates for certain modules being brought forward by almost a month. This then gives these students less time to prepare however UNISA has denied this. 

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Grade 4 Reading Skills Have Improved, Study Finds

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 16:29Author: Simbongile Makanda

Learning how to read is an important part of any child's education. According to Stellenbosch University Professor, Martin Gustafsson, grade 4 learners are showing improvements in their interest in reading and literacy. 

 

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Gustafsson said there was an error in the International Reading Literacy Study programme which claimed that grade 4 learners had made no improvement in reading between 2011 and 2016.

“These tests are administered to samples of learners in South Africa and in other countries and the aim is to see whether there’s improvement over time.”

Although Gustafsson has proven that there was an error in the findings, he said South Africa’s literacy rate is still weak at a primary level but more improvements will eventually be seen over time. 

Lecturer at Wits University, Dr Lindiwe Tshuma said when learners reach grade 4, they go through a ‘transition year’ where they experience changes in the way that school content is taught to them.

From grade 4 onwards, learners experience a change in the Language of Learning and Teaching (LoLT). This happens particularly when it comes to learners switching between their mother tongue and other languages such as English and Afrikaans. 

Learners who transition from learning in their mother tongues to learning in English are called English Language Learners (ELLs). Tshuma says these learners make up 90% of Grade 4 learners in South Africa's public schools. 

Poorer communities do not have access to the right resources and skilled teachers who can make the transition smooth for learners, but communities that have the right resources do not face the same struggle. 

"In well-resourced communities, there is no change in the LoLT as pupils' mother tongues are either English or Afrikaans." 

Tshuma advised parents to read storybooks to their children and to create an environment where their children can focus on their schoolwork. 

"Learners who are exposed to storybook reading early develop a wider vocabulary, have better background knowledge and better language and conceptual development; learn to read and write more easily and quickly than their peers who have not been exposed to books or reading". 

One goal in the National Development Plan 2030 is to get all children by the age of 10 to read with comprehension. 

The Department of Basic Education has encouraged parents to create a culture of reading in their homes and in their communities to help this goal become a reality. 

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Alcohol Industry Calls For Restrictions To Be Eased

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 15:17Author: Simbongile Makanda

The alcohol industry wants the government to allow for alcohol to be sold for off-site consumption on weekends. The National Liquor Traders Council (NLTC) and the Liquor Traders Association of South Africa (LTASA) said this will put small businesses and independent traders at less risk of shutting down. 

 

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The NLTC and the LTASA wrote a letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa asking for the current regulations on the sale of alcohol to be eased. Nearly 10 000 taverns represented by the council have closed while 12 500 are struggling to make money. 

The current regulations only allow for alcohol to be sold on Mondays to Thursdays from 9am to 5pm, excluding public holidays. 

“We make a very substantial contribution to our country’s tax revenues, including corporate income tax, VAT, PAYE, UIF, SDL, and excise duties; and form part of a value-added chain with multiple other businesses being contracted to our members.” read the letter. 

Representative of the alcohol industry, Lucky Ntimane said relaxing the regulations will encourage more people to drink alcohol from home instead of going out to taverns and restaurants for it on weekends. 

“Currently as it is, all pressure is placed on the on-consumption of liquor which is the taverns, pubs and restaurants but none whatsoever allowed for the at home consumption which we feel will play a bigger role on managing the potential spread of the Covid-19 pandemic,” he said.

Alcohol retailers are also affected by the regulations which do not allow them to sell alcohol on weekends. This means that taverns are unable to stock up on weekends. 

He said the current regulations have created a secondary market where alcohol is sold illegally. Unlike legal traders of alcohol, this secondary market doesn’t make contributions towards tax and doesn’t advocate for the responsible consumption of alcohol. 

“What has happened now is that the illegal guys have taken over. They’re running multiple sophisticated supply chains over the weekend so that they can supply these restaurants and bars.

Ntimane wants the livelihoods of people in the alcohol industry to be protected.

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How Boston rose to the challenge, emerging as leaders in Distance Education

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 12:52Author: Boston City Campus

Studying through a pandemic has been a challenge for students. Some institutions (like Boston!) managed to take their students from classroom to dining room table seamlessly, while others battled to create a virtual classroom. Boston has always relied on technology as an effective learning methodolgy as technology ensures: academic consistency, quality, delivery and validity of all materials and knowledge transfer.

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Studying through a pandemic has been a challenge for students. Some institutions (like Boston!) managed to take their students from classroom to dining room table seamlessly, while others battled to create a virtual classroom. Boston has always relied on technology as an effective learning methodolgy as technology ensures: academic consistency, quality, delivery and validity of all materials and knowledge transfer.

Students learn at their own times and their own pace, anywhere and anytime. Absent students do not miss lectures – they pick up where they left off. Learners who start with less understanding of a topic can repeat lectures until they are comfortable with the topic.

Says Eunice from Welkom, “I will highly recommend Boston. I had a wonderful experience and the lecturers and staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Never had any problems. Quick responses on enquiries and questions. They always checked up on me and asked if I needed any form of help or assistance. They truly care about their students and want them to succeed. I am very happy with the experience and made new friends along the way.”

A Ladysmith student who gradated during the pandemic can’t praise his branch enough. “I obtained my Bachelor’s degree this semester and wish to applaud the Ladysmith branch. Pauli Habermann and her staff are highly efficient and diligent in their tasks, with an optimistic warmth in their execution. Distance learning poses many challenges. As a full-time employee, I valued Pauli's work ethic and empathy. I recently relocated but BOSTON Ladysmith is still my 'home'. Pauli mostly contacts her students from her cell phone, testament to her commitment in facilitating a culture of learning and excellence. During the COVID-19 epidemic the college created a WhatsApp group to keep students informed and updated. Boston offered its students a MTN 30gig data package at a hugely discounted rate, in order to assist students who without access to internet. Pauli negotiated with Game stores to offer a discount on laptops!!!. That is phenomenal. Also, Boston Ladysmith is involved in community projects. Boston Ladysmith is a cohesive, integrated facilitator of Higher Education principles, which under Mrs. Habermanns leadership makes me proud to have had this opportunity to realise a dream”.

IT students should be the quickest to take up the challenge of purely online learning, and this student is flying! “So far I have had a great experience. I have received more than enough support and I’m glad I chose Boston to study my Diploma in IT Network Systems. I have gone from having zero confidence in myself to being so proud of what I have achieved in such a short time with the support of peers and the tutors in the college. The academic support is fantastic, my first year of study I was nervous”, but “the tutors have always been available to speak to and reply via email very quickly. During the pandemic the contact was there near 24/7. Personal support is also superb. All round great team”

Training Advisers at Boston ‘close the gap’ in distance studies: “Starting my studying journey hasn't been easy but because of my student advisor Wesley it hasn't been difficult and since the lockdown started I am sent an email twice a week to check on my progress and for assistance. Help is just a call away”. Semeno Phuti agrees, “In this lockdown, things aren't simple the way we though, and it is a privilege and honour to see how our facilitators are trying their best to communicate with us in order to solve all problems that we face through our studies. I appreciate all the hard work from our facilitators during this difficult time.”

Students have managed during the pandemic and lockdown due both to their own perseverance, as well as systematic management of all issues that arose due to Lockdown regulations. "I love receiving good customer service especially during times like these. Imagine being special enough to receive a call on a weekly basis from a Boston employee just to check up on you. Then to receive an offer from Boston for such affordable data. Now this is one of the organizations going out of their way to ensure their students feel valued and not forgotten. Thanks to Boston Orange Grove you guys clearly know what customer service means! Keep it up", says Shazelle Pillay.

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