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Nzimande Receives Mixed Reactions To NSFAS Announcements

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 12:28 Author Sakinah Samuels

The South African Students Congress wants students to be provided with further support following the Minister's announcement that 2021 NSFAS applications will not be reopening. 

The South African Students Congress (SASCO) wants students to be provided with further support following the Minister's announcement that 2021 NSFAS applications will not be reopening.

Minister Nzimande announced that no late applications will be accepted for NSFAS this year as they have been overwhelmed with a total of around 750 000 applications having been received.

During his briefing, he made it clear saying, "Given the high numbers of applications received for NSFAS, funding late applications will not be accepted in 2021."

SASCO President, Bamanye Matiwane, has said:

What we are not happy about is the arrogance that the Minister wants to portray in saying that he won't be opening applications for NSFAS. Nonetheless, we can help make strategies to ensure that students apply for NSFAS even if they don't happen. We are not afraid of Dr Blade Nzimande. He must not try and test us.

SASCO is now committed to ensuring that NSFAS processes aren't as slow as they used to be, continued the President, so that students receive their money with immediate effect.

We are not going to back down. That money must be sent straight to students. We are not going to argue and be lenient with Dr Blade Nzimande.

The Congress is however happy when it comes to the Minister's updates on the laptops being given to students through NSFAS. 

According to SASCO, a private company wishes to seek an interdict on the delivery of laptops to students. They now want the Minister to step in so that this action does not interfere and further delay the delivery of laptops to students.

The Minister announced in April of last year that NSFAS will be providing students with laptops to make online learning more accessible. After many delays, Nzimande announced on Monday that laptop deliveries should be expected to begin in March. 

NSFAS embarked on assessing these applications in December and is still in the process of doing so, aiming to complete the evaluation process in February. This is so that students can know whether they've been funded or not when registration begins. 

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Minister Lindiwe Zulu Responds To SASSA Queues

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 12:06 Author Lauren Chawula

Social Development Minister, Lindiwe Zulu says plans are in place to prevent long lines at SASSA offices and paypoints, so that people may be in compliance with the Covid-19 health and safety regulations. 

Over the past week SASSA offices have experienced long lines due to people renewing their temporary disability grants, as SASSA disabled 200 000 of them as the extension of these grants ended. 

On Friday in Cape Town, the Belville SASSA office had hundreds of people queuing outside to renew their temporary disability grants. These people were however were not social distancing which resulted in police intervention. 

The police turned a water cannon on the crowd after instructing them to socially distance and giving them very little time to comply. They came under fire for using such force, because many in the lines were people living with disabilities. 

The Social Development Minister, Lindiwe Zulu said that her department should have made better plans for the long queues which were expected so as to avoid all the chaos that was seen in Belville. 

Zulu says that currently there is no alternative system to renew applications except for people to visit SASSA offices. 

She says that the department is exploring plans for different alternatives, which will ensure that there is compliance with Covid-19 health and safety regulations, especially now that South Africa is experiencing the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Zulu says that the effects of Covid-19 has caused many of these challenges to exist as there are delays in people obtaining their medical examinations because doctor's offices have been occupied with Covid-19 patients. 

The Minister says that SASSA needs to improve its system so that people are sent an SMS letting them know when they should visit the offices. This would help to control the numbers of people at the offices at the same time. 

Zulu says that department has requested that SASSA staff be allowed to work overtime and they have been trying to get additional staff to assist the processes. 

 

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Caster Semenya Foundation partners with Boston City Campus

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 11:54 Author Boston City Campus & Business College

Boston City Campus has announced it's partnership with the Caster Semenya Foundation. This will run over a multi-year period, with multiple bursaries awarded over this time, in the higher education arena.

Being a Higher Education Institution, Boston City Campus has a vision that includes improving the working lives of both those that are employed or not employed through a Higher Education offering appropriate for the person, the skills level and the intended career path. We have found that it is very difficult to encourage successful sport people to further their education, as at the time of success life seems to come very easily, money flows in, and they enjoy the fruits of their physical efforts.

However, life has some bumps, unplanned for events, family circumstances – there is a range we have all felt the chaos brought by unplanned events in 2020. It is for these reasons that Boston was thrilled to be approached by the Caster Semenya Foundation to be the education partner to the foundation. The Caster Semenya Foundation was established in 2016 with the aim of raising awareness, funds for selected campaigns, and making contributions to communities on a national level.

Having attained higher education herself, Caster Semenya has used her foundation to reach out and aid more learners to achieve their academic goals. “Being a successful sportsperson, people may think that one wouldn’t need Higher Education, but I know how important it is to be involved in your own finances, be able to question, be able to plan for your future, and be able to create different futures should the need arise. 2020 has shown us how important it is to be able to take advantage of new job opportunities, to be able to contribute to your own business or a corporate where you are employed, and to gain new skills in order to remain relevant. Our futures are uncertain, Higher Education gives us a step up the ladder for us to remain relevant in chaotic times” she says.

The foundation therefore set out to find an education partner, so that we could provide sponsorships in quality and accredited Higher Education to awardees that the Caster will select. Boston City Campus fit the criteria for this sponsorship for a number of reasons -they have a passion for education, they care about each individual student and the student’s success in a career and workplace, they have a national footprint that allows learners to remain home, save on residential costs, and continue to contribute to the home while studying. They moved seamlessly into a fully online institution when faced with a lockdown, and their learners continued the year with studies and assessments uninterrupted. Boston is so committed to their graduates that they have established a programme that is unique in the higher education fields, called Graduate+.  This programme hand holds students after graduation providing aspect of employment not usually provided to students. It includes….   They are both locally accredited and globally recognised, which has also become an important factor in gaining qualifications and being able to compete on a global playing field.  The Caster Semenya Foundation is proud to announce an education partnership with Boston City campus. This will run over a multi-year period, with multiple bursaries awarded over this time, in the higher education arena.

We will monitor and coach the awardees as they progress through their education journey, and look forward to seeing these students graduate and continue to succeed.

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Calls For More Job Opportunities For Graduates

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 11:19 Author Raigan Cloete

After graduation, many students are left sitting at home because they can not find a job which increases the unemployment rate in the country.

Since March 2020, many companies have been in distress due to the current pandemic. These companies have had to retrench workers and even shut their doors.

Due to many companies being in distress, it could potentially deny many young people of job opportunities, especially unemployed graduates who are hoping to enter the job market.

To address the high unemployment rate, more internship opportunities are needed in South Africa.

Thamsanqa Maquhubela, CEO of the Employment Graduate Association of South Africa, announced that they have made funds available to the South African Council for Graduates to gain work experience.

The students who started the program in 2020 will hopefully work until late April 2021, due to the current pandemic slowing things down, however, these students have learnt a lot during their time in the program.

The employers have allowed students to work in small groups so that they stay safe while gaining work experience.

With regards to the 2021 students, Maquhubela said that they are looking for alternative employers to accommodate these students so that they can also gain work experience and not have to be without work.

The South African Graduate program has constructed workshops to help students find work after their internship. These workshops will take place via Whatsapp or other virtual meeting platforms.

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Union Says Teachers Are At Greater Risk of Contracting Covid-19

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 10:59 Author Lauren Chawula

Teacher's union, NAPTOSA says that the Department of Basic Education's decision to make teachers return to schools two weeks before schools reopen puts them at a greater risk of contracting Covid-19. 

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) announced that teachers would be required to return to school on 1 February, two weeks before learners are expected to return to school. 

The National Professional Teachers Organisation of South Africa (NAPTOSA) says that it is quite unusual for teachers to return two weeks before schools reopen as in the past teachers would always return two to three days before learners return to complete their preparations. 

While South Africa battles the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, NAPTOSA says that it was pleased with the decision to push the reopening date of schools to 15 February. However, the union believes that making teachers return two weeks prior could cause them to contract Covid-19. 

800 000 education workers are expected to return to school and NAPTOSA Executive Director, Basil Manuel says that, that is a very large number of people to return to schools. 

"Thousands of people will be using public transport, thousands of people will be getting school and probably clustering," said Manuel. 

Manuel says that if the workers have nothing to do, they will start sitting around and getting comfortable with one another, which presents a big danger to their health and safety. 

In terms of what the teachers will be doing in the two weeks, Manuel says that if it is the usual preparations done in past years then it should take approximately 3-4 days at maximum to complete. Many teachers remain confused as to what more they will be required to do at schools. 

Manuel says that the department must be reasonable to education workers, such as those cleaning schools and maintaining the school grounds too. He says that once their work is done there will be no reason for them to be returning to school. 

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Apply For SASSA Grants Online Now

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 10:53 Author Sakinah Samuels

Did you know you can save yourself a whole lot of effort and apply for SASSA grants online? Now you do! SASSA offers an online application service for those wanting to benefit from one of SASSA's many grants. 

Did you know you can save yourself a whole lot of effort and apply for SASSA grants online? Now you do! SASSA offers an online application service for those wanting to benefit from one of SASSA's many grants.  

SASSA provides many grants to vulnerable South Africans through grants including the following:

  • Old Persons Grant
  • Disability Grant 
  • Care Dependency Grant
  • Social Relief of Distress Grant 
  • War Veterans Grant
  • Foster Child Grant
  • Child Support Grant
  • Grant-in-aid

Social grants are in place to help improve standards of living in society.  

Should you want to apply for one of these grants, you will first need to create an account. You can do this here

When you're done, you then need to visit this page and click on 'Apply for a grant'. You will then need to follow the prompts to complete your application.

This online portal also provides applicants with the option of tracking their application. This can be done by visiting this page and clicking on 'Track My Application'. You then need to follow the prompts and you will then be given information on which stage your application is at.

SASSA was created in 2005 to distribute social grants on behalf of the Department of Social Development. This was done to improve the standards of living in the country and are given to people who are vulnerable to poverty and/or in need of support from the government, such as the elderly, people living with disabilities and those with young children.

Visit this page to read on anything and everything SASSA.

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Commission Believes Schools Could Have Opened As Planned

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 10:15 Author Sakinah Samuels

The Department of Basic Education's decision to delay the reopening of schools has received mixed reactions. The South African Human Rights Commission is on the side opposing the delay and believes that schools are not playing a major role in spreading Covid.

The Department of Basic Education's decision to delay the reopening of schools has received mixed reactions. The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is on the side opposing the delay and believes that schools are not playing a major role in spreading Covid.  

SAHRC Commissioner, Andre Gaum, said:

It appears to us that government got it wrong in terms of this balancing of rights ... evidence does not suggest that schools are major spreaders of the virus and schools actually proved to be safe spaces when the health and safety protocols are adhered to.

Gaum did however want to make it clear that the SAHRC shares the concerns of government when it comes to the health and safety of teachers, learners and staff at schools. 

The Commissioner also acknowledged that these Covid-19 decisions are difficult decisions to make and that it is constantly a balancing of rights that need to take place here. 

He continued to say, "In this case, a right to basic education and the best interests of the child, that is paramount to our constitution".

SAHRC does not see the purpose behind having this two week delay due to the peak being predicted to come in many other provinces after 15 February, which is when government said schools can reopen.

Should a peak be seen, school closures will need to happen which could then lead to another disruptive school year. 

We believe that it would have been much better and much more sensible if government ensured that the health and safety protocols are in place in our schools. The teachers with comorbidities are protected in the sense that interim replacements are put in their places to replace and assist them in the meantime. 

SAHRC is also calling for teachers to be prioritised when it comes to vaccinations. 

Along with health and safety protocols coupled with the rotational timetable for attendance being in place, Gaum says this would have ensured the safety of teachers, learners and support stuff while the right to education is upheld.

The Commission has requested a meeting with the department but the announcement happened before the meeting could take place. They want to understand the direction government is taking and whether a further delay is being considered.

Last week, Deputy Minister of Basic Education, Reginah Mhaule, announced that both public and private schools will now be reopening on 15 February instead of 27 January. This ruling goes for both public and private schools.

 

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Over 150 Matric Exam Markers Test Positive For COVID-19

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 10:13 Author Raigan Cloete

 

Over 150 matric exam markers from all over South Africa contracted the virus. The Free State, in particular, reported eight COVID-19 cases of exam markers.

As cases rise in the country, more matric exam markers succumb to the virus. Over 150 matric exam markers from all over South Africa contracted the virus.

The Free State, in particular, reported eight COVID-19 cases of exam markers. A staff member, working in the kitchen, at Ficksburg high school recently also tested positive for the virus.

Contact tracing is underway to pinpoint the number of people who may have been in contact with them.

Due to so many exam markers withdrawing from marking due to their health, the rest are doing their best to meet the marking deadline.

Since the reports of educators contracting the virus, 60 markers have withdrawn from marking at various marking centres due to fear of contracting the virus themselves.

These markers have been replaced by others to ensure that they meet the marking deadline.

The Health Department has been working closely with the Education Department.

Free State MEC Montseng Tsiu believes that the marking is going well and they appreciate the support from the Department of Health, which has enabled the smooth running of the marking process.

A few marking centres were affected by the loadshedding however, they managed to work overtime so that they stay on schedule.

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Eskom Suspends Loadshedding

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 10:12 Author Sakinah Samuels

Eskom has brought back loadshedding but has said things are getting better and has since suspended loadshedding. However, South Africans know to not get comfortable just yet. We have the latest loadshedding updates for you as per the Eskom and municipal schedules.

On Monday, Stage 2 was supposed to continue but having improved some generation capacity, Eskom suspended loadshedding from 23:00 on Monday night. 

Eskom said on Monday afternoon:

Eskom is pleased to inform the public that loadshedding will be suspended from 23:00 tonight as the generation capacity has improved following the return of some generators to service.

Eskom has successfully returned three generation units to service. Another two generation units are expected to return to service today.

The power utility regularly explains that their generating power stations are old and often break down. However even their newer power stations have been subject to breakdowns. 

Eskom then also said, "While the supply situation has improved at this point, Eskom would like to request the public to continue using electricity sparingly as the system is vulnerable and unpredictable ... the risk of loadshedding remains elevated while we conduct increased reliability maintenance".

On why some people might see delays in when their power goes back on, Eskom said:

Please allow 30 mins restoration time at the end of your scheduled loadshedding times. If power is still not restores after the additional 30 mins, you can log a call on 08600 37566.

You can get access to the loadshedding schedules by going to: loadshedding.eskom.co.za or by using the MyEskom app. Municipal customers need to contact their municipalities for schedule.

#POWERALERT 1

Loadshedding will be suspended from 23:00 tonight as Eskom generation capacity improves pic.twitter.com/pwkWKdU5sQ

— Eskom Hld SOC Ltd (@Eskom_SA) January 18, 2021

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Private School In Kimberley Reopens Despite Instructed Postponement

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 10:09 Author Lauren Chawula

A private school in Kimberley reopened on Monday, despite instructions from the Department of Basic Education to only resume teaching and learning on 15 February.  

Orel Private Academy in Kimberley began its 2021 academic year despite the Department of Basic Education's (DBE) instruction to both public and private schools to only reopen schools on 15 February. 

However, legal advice from the bodies governing private schools was that these schools are not obliged to stay closed. 

CEO of Orel Private Academy, Dr Irma Fourie has said that the school has been very transparent in their operations to parents and the department. 

"The department knows about us so we keep open books to everybody and here we are doing our work today," says Dr Fourie.  

Dr Fourie said that some parents have been reluctant about the reopening of the school but that the school gave them the option to keep their children at home and complete their work from home. 

Many parents supported the school's decision to stay open as they follow strict Covid-19 safety protocols and it eases the burden on working parents to have the learners at school. 

Learners have also expressed their excitement about being back at school as they have the opportunity to complete their work without having to rush to catch up. 

In Gauteng, the province's Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has appealed to private schools to reopen on 15 February according to the DBE's instruction, as he fears that pupils returning to school at the height of the second wave of the pandemic could potentially place an immense strain on the province's health system. 

While independent schools in the province reopened, they decided to turn to online learning to avoid any face-to-face learning from taking place. 

 

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AECI Lab Intern / Graduate 2020/2021

Bronwyn Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 08:37

AEC Property Services is looking to recruit a Environmental Intern / Graduate to work in Umbogintwini. To provide support in achieving environmental management.

Opportunity Details Environmental Intern Internship  

AECI is committed to enabling individuals, previously disadvantaged by discriminatory practices to gain full and equal access to opportunities appropriate to their competency and potential.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric / Grade 12.
  • Degree or diploma in Environmental Management/Science or NQF equivalent.
  • Driver's license.
  • Environmental Management understanding.
  • Environmental monitoring and auditing understanding.
  • Data collection skills.

 

HOW TO APPLY Closing Date 2021/01/25 Reference Number AEC210111-1 Pillar AECI Property Services Job Title Environmental Intern (Umbogintwini) Job Type Classification Intern Number of Positions 1 Location - Town / Site Umbogintwini Location - Province KwaZulu-Natal Location - Country South Africa CLICK HERE TO APPLY Opportunity Closing Date Monday, January 25, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity AECI Plant Health Article Categories Article Category Internships 2021 Tags Tags

Applications For 2021 Are Open At TSIBA College

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 08:33 Author Terrique Alie

Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) is a unique business school that was established in 2004 and located in Woodstock. The institution is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training and offers students undergraduate, postgraduate business qualifications, learnerships and short courses. All TSiBA accredited qualifications have Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) recognition.Their aim is to provide students with a high quality and rewarding education through vocational training. TSiBA’s vision is to challenge the current status of business education through a values-based approach to teaching and learning in an ever-changing world.
 

What courses are offered at TSiBA?

Bachelor of Business Administration:

This degree is Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) accredited and students are supported with tablet devices and data to gain access to a blended learning approach. All accepted students studying a BBA degree in 2021 will start in the first week of March 2021

The basic entry requirements to study this degree are:

  • A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelors Pass or studying towards your NSC
  • A minimum pass requirement of 40% or more in Mathematics or a minimum pass requirement of 60% or more in Mathematical Literacy
  • A minimum pass requirement of 50% or more in English
  • A minimum of 27 points is required to be eligible for entry to the TSiBA undergraduate degree

 

Higher Certificate in Business Administration:

This is a 9 month duration course and is a step toward students pursuing a Business of Bachelor of Administration Degree in entrepreneurial leadership. This programme is offered to students who have not met the minimum entry requirements of a BBA degree. Once students have completed this bridging course, you will gain access to completing a degree. Students registering for this course need A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a Higher Certificate pass endorsement with a minimum of 20 points on the TSiBA Points System (TPS). All accepted students will start in the first week of March 2021.

Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration:

All post graduate Diploma qualifications are for a duration of 18 months which can be done through synchronous or  asynchronous learning techniques. This blended techniques of learning provides a student-friendly experience in alignment with TSiBA’s morals of providing exceptional business education and global access to it. There is a limited number of spaces available for non-graduates  with a minimum of ten years working experience on recognition of prior learning. 

Online interviews will also be conducted with those candidates that meets the following entry requirements:

  • Three-year bachelor’s degree (or equivalent)
  • A minimum of four years’ business experience at managerial level
  • A minimum of ten years of work experience for recognition of prior learning applicants

 

How are the fees structured at TSiBA?

All tuition fees are supported by scholarships which enables undergraduate students to contribute towards their education based on their affordability. This means that students only pay what they can afford thus removing any financial strain to achieving their educational qualification. There are two types of scholarships namely:

Full scholarship - No fees are payable if the student’s parent/legal guardian’s monthly after tax household income is less than R350 000 per year. This means that the student will receive a full paid scholarship.

Partial scholarship - Annual tuition fees for students whose parent/legal guardian’s monthly after tax household income is more than R35 000 but less than R55 650.

If you are passionate about Business and have an entrepreneurial mindset, then TSiBA may be the institution for you. All applications are still open and can be accessed by clicking on www.tsiba.ac.za/apply. If you have any additional enquiries regarding registration, you can contact 021 532 2750 during office hours  or Whatsapp 076 506 0572. 
 

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Applications For 2021 Are Open At Northlink TVET College

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 08:13 Author Terrique Alie

Northlink College was established in 2002 when a merge between four colleges in the Northern Suburbs of the greater Cape Metropole occured. Northlink College is a nationally registered TVET institute with 7 other campuses around Cape Town. It is fully accredited by the Council on Higher Education and Department of Higher Education and Training. The institution aims to provide affordable education and practical skills to students by offering a wide range of technical and academic courses.

What documents are required when applying at Northlink?

All new students starting a new qualification must have the following required documents:

  • Copy of your ID
  • Most recent academic results
  • Any relevant certificates or qualifications 
  • Municipal billing document/ other account statements that are not older than 3 months 

 

What is Northlink’s College application procedure?

All student applications can be done online or manually depending on your preference. Students that are applying for a new qualification must attach all the required documents as above-mentioned. Once students have submitted their application forms along with the required documents, it will be processed by the admin department. Students need to allow sufficient time for their application to be verified and sent to the programme manager before enquiring about the status of your application. Once your application is successful, you are required to pay an admission fee which is non-refundable. 

Northlink College will also acknowledge your application either via an email or sms. The response turnaround time is dependent on when the candidate applied and the method. All students that submit hard copies can take longer than applying online as the forms need to be captured manually. Therefore, applying online is quicker and highly recommended. In an event where you have not received any form of response, the candidate can view their status of their application by clicking on www.northlink.co.za to download their admission letter. 

What is the process of downloading your admission letter?

In order to access the portal, you will require login details which Northlink will provide during the initial process of applying. It is highly recommended to secure all your login information as this will be used to track your application status. 

Tracking your application is easy as these simple 3 steps mentioned below:

  • Click on the above link
  • Log in with your application details (username, password or index number)
  • Search for the admission letter section, click on download admission letter 

 

Should you require any other additional information, you can contact one of the below campuses:

Belhar campus
Contact number: 021 952 2113/9

Bellville campus
Contact number: 021 951 2231

Goodwood campus
Contact number: 021 591 3181

Parow campus
Contact number: 021 931 8238

Protea campus
Contact number:  021 946 2250

Tygerberg campus
Contact number: 021 524 2200

Wingfiled campus
Contact number: 021 591 9207
 

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FREE Google Online Courses

Bronwyn Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 07:43

Free online courses designed for you to build your career. Choose a lesson, or dive right in and take an entire course.

Opportunity Details

Master the basics of digital marketing with our free Interactive Advertising Bureau-accredited course.

There are 26 modules to explore, all created by Google trainers, packed full of practical exercises and real-world examples to help you turn knowledge into action.

Fundamentals of digital marketing

Learn the fundamentals of digital marketing, and help grow your business or career.

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Opportunity Closing Date Sunday, January 31, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Google Article Categories Article Category Careers Tags Tags

KZN Office of the Premier Internship Opportunity

Bronwyn Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 07:02

The Office of the Premier invites all unemployed Graduates/Diplomates of KwaZulu-Natal for the internship programmes.

Opportunity Details INVITATION TO UNEMPLOYED GRADUATES/DIPLOMATES

The Office of the Premier invites all learners and students (unemployed youth: 35 years and less) who are South Africans and are residents of the KZN Province, who desire an internship programme to apply.

Bursaries will be awarded to learners who are financially needy and academically performing well.

(CLOSING DATE : 22 JANUARY 2021. Advertised on Ilanga Newspaper, 11- 13 January 2021, Page 05.).

 

Opportunity Closing Date Friday, January 22, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Office of Premier Article Categories Article Category Bursaries 2021 Tags Tags

Register on Gauteng City Region Academy (GCRA) Database

Register on Gauteng City Region Academy (GCRA) Database Bronwyn Tue, 01/19/2021 - 05:41

The GCRA achieves skills development through the facilitation and coordination of learnerships, internships, bursaries and career guidance programmes to ensure that the youth of Gauteng is employable.

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Ingwe TVET College Registrations Are Open

Monday, January 18, 2021 - 15:21 Author Raigan Cloete

Registrations for the 2021 academic year are now open at Ingwe TVET College. Ingwe TVET College aims to provide diverse quality technical vocational education and training responsive to your needs.

Ingwe TVET College value integrity and honesty, commitment, efficiency, and responsiveness. They aim to provide their students with good quality education.

Registration for all programmes open on 18 January and will close on 22 January 2021.

Ingwe TVET College offers the following Report 191 programmes:

  • Financial Management
  • Business Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Legal Secretary
  • Management Assistant
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Public Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering

Ingwe TVET College offers the following NCV programmes:

  • Marketing
  • Office Administration
  • Finance, Economics and Accounting
  • Generic Management
  • Information Technology and Computer Science
  • Engineering and Related Design
  • Civil and Building Construction
  • Electrical Infrastructure Construction

For more information about Ingwe TVET College, click here.

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Central Johannesburg TVET College Registrations Now Open

Monday, January 18, 2021 - 15:11 Author Sakinah Samuels

Registrations for the 2021 academic year are now open at Central Johannesburg TVET College. All students are encouraged to register online, remotely.

Registrations for the 2021 academic year are now open at Central Johannesburg TVET College. 

All students are encouraged to register online, remotely. This is in line with the Department of Higher Education and Training. It is also in compliance with the COVID-19 protocols, as well as the Alert Level 3 Lockdown restrictions. 

How To Register Online
  1. Click here to start.
  2. Click on “Student”
  3. Key in your “Student Number”
  4. Key in your 5 number pin that you created previously
  5. Click on “Login”
  6. On the left of the screen there will be Student iEnabler tab and underneath there will be sub systems. You need to click on the “Academic Registration”
  7. Click on “Rules and Regulations”. Read the Registration Rules and
  8. Click on “I Accept” on the Right side of the screen.
  9. Click on: “Submit Registration”
  10. Make sure that the Qualification that you Applied for and confirmed with the campus is displayed on the screen. (If it is not the correct Qualification, please rectify with the Campus administration before you continue)
  11. Complete the “Employment Status”
  12. Click on “Save and Continue”
  13. On the next screen, all Subjects for the Qualification is automatically selected. Click on “Save and Continue”
  14. The following will appear on the next page: List of subjects you are registered for, Mode of Study, Academic Period & Attendance Type. Should the subjects not be correct you need to see the data capturer at the campus.
  15. Click on: “Continue”
  16. On the next page you can view the Registration Cost. You have an option to “Restart the Process” or “Print the Cost Details” before you Accept the Registration.
  17. Lastly click on: “Accept Registration”
  18. Your registration is now complete

The college has provided limited access to students who are struggling to register remotely, to their resource centres at our various campuses. The no mask, no entry policy, as well as other COVID-19 related restrictions will apply.

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  • Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Mining)
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Hygiene
  • Environmental Management

The Embassy of France is offering scholarships to South Africans who wish to pursue Master’s or Doctoral studies at French higher education institutions, starting in academic year 2021.

South African Bulk Terminals (Pty) Ltd (SABT), a major business unit within Bidvest Freight, the freight management arm of the Bidvest Group, invites qualifying unemployed learners to apply for bursaries for the 2021 academic year.

WHO MAY APPLY?

Pyrotechnical Marketing (Pty) Ltd endeavours to contribute to the growth and fulfilment of the youth in South Africa in as many ways as possible and hence intends to award bursary opportunities.

Fields of study covered by the bursary:

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