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Five Years Since Fees Must Fall Yet Inequalities Still Exist

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 22:30Author: Sakinah Samuels

A student movement etched deeply into Higher Education's history started in October 2015 and now five years later, we see the question of equality within higher education still being discussed. How has the conversation changed and how has it not?

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It's officially been five years since the Fees Must Fall movement which took place in October 2015 and was a major mark in student activism history. This movement saw students all over South Africa advocating for increasing of fees to be stopped and for Government to increase funding for Universities.

Now, in 2020, the fight for equal excess to education continues as higher education is greatly affected by a pandemic. It seems that inequalities still exist within higher education with the Department having had acknowledged it themselves.

Chief of Staff at the Small Business Development Ministry and a former student activist, Sarah Mokwebo, spoke to eNCA and said:

Covid highlighted some of the issues we highlighted in 2015 to say as much as what sparked the whole thing was the fact that tuition fees were increasing ... there are a whole lot of other conversations we've had about institutions of higher learning that were not given the attention they required.

Following the Fees Must Fall movement, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme made the decision to move to a bursary system instead of a loan system. This then sees any student funded by NSFAS in 2018 and thereafter not having to pay back any of their fees, should they meet the criteria.

This pandemic has also given light to the inequalities that exist in higher education and the lack of resources some students are faced with when compared to others. This opened up the conversation of access within the sector.

Many feel that the Ministry's slogan of #SaveTheAcademicYear during lockdown was only serving those students who had access to resources while others were left in the dark and are still waiting for equipment so that they can access online learning.

Mokwebo says that a conversation that didn't take place was about how learning processes differ in the medium it's delivered. "As much as students have access to laptops and data, the manner in which the lecturers were teaching was also another complexity that really did make the learning for a whole lot of learners much more difficult".

"Teaching and learning was one of the many things that we did bring up to say perhaps we also need to look into how we teach and how we learn," said Mokwebu. An example she gives is that with a teaching instruction being in English, this advantages a large amount of students who did not learn English in high school.

She then goes on to say that the conversations which were happening in 2015 wasn't only about tuition fees but also about institutions of higher learning in themselves. 

There are many similarities with how higher education institutions have had to shift their operations due to something bigger happening such as in 2015 and now in 2020. "I also feel like institutions of higher learning as a whole relegated responsibility to Government.

- Sarah Mokwebu

Mokwebu believes that institutions should have given students the option to stay at their residences at the beginning of lockdown so that students could have access to resources and be in conducive learning environments.

A recent movement towards equality within higher education can be seen in the protests initiated by the South African Students Congress (SASCO) just last week for TVET students to be seen as an institution of choice and to have the standard which Universities have.

To incoming students, Mokwebu says, "Fight for inclusivity whether or not it affects you, whether or not you are privileged".

 

 

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Majuba TVET College 2021 Applications Are Open

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 21:43

Majuba TVET College has opened up their applications for anyone wishing to study at the College in 2021. Majuba TVET College offers a wide variety of courses as well as leadership programmes at their eight campuses.

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Majuba TVET College has opened up their applications for anyone wishing to study at the College in 2021. Majuba TVET College offers a wide variety of courses as well as leadership programmes at their eight campuses.

They care about their students developing holistically therefore student support services such as on-course academic support and sports are provided. Majuba TVET College assists their students with applying for NSFAS funding as well.

Courses National Certificate (Vocational)
  • Civil Engineering and Building Construction
  • Electrical Infrastructure Construction
  • Engineering and Related Design
  • Hospitality
  • Office Administration
  • Primary Agriculture
  • Tourism
National Certificate
  • Business Management
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Farming Management
  • Financial Management
  • Hospitality
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management Assistant
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Public Management
Artisan
  • Boilermaker
  • Bricklayer
  • Carpenter
  • Electrician
  • Electro-Mechanician (Millwright)
  • Instrument Mechanician
  • Learner Technician Electrical
  • Learner Technician Instrumentation
  • Learner Technician Mechanical
  • Fitter
  • Turner
  • Fitter and Turner
  • Plumbing
  • Rigger
  • Welder

Courses are categorized by campus.

Campuses
  • Centre for People Development (CPD)
  • Dundee Technology Centre (DTC)
  • IT and Business Campus (ITB)
  • Majuba Technology Centre (MTC)
  • Newcastle Technology Centre (Newtech)
  • Newcastle Training Centre (NTC)
  • Occupational Programmes Unit (OPU)
  • Open Learning Unit (OLU)

For more information on Majuba TVET College, click here.

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Department Fears Second Wave Will Hit Universities

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 21:08Author: Sakinah Samuels

The Health Department is now concerned that and is expecting more cases to emerge from the outbreak seen amongst University of Fort Hare students and that this same situation will occur at other Universities in the country as well. Many fear that student social gatherings will play a major role in the second wave.

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The Health Department is now concerned that and is expecting more cases to emerge from the outbreak seen amongst University of Fort Hare students and that this same situation will occur at other Universities in the country as well. 

Fears of a second wave seem to be turning into a reality as the country passed the 700 000  mark in cases.

Family Physician Doctor Fundile Nyati spoke to SABC and said, "There is enough evidence that we are beginning to get into the second wave. In fact, when one looks at the other countries who have had the second wave, second wave started with the younger people who were attending these social gatherings".

Nyati then continues to say that the situation in Fort Hare showed that.

At the University of Fort Hare (UFH), a Covid wave has emerged with over 30 students testing positive after a party in East London where Covid-19 health protocols were not followed took place.

The University stated, "Health Department in the Eastern Cape has launched testing and tracing campaign after the recent outbreak of COVID-19 at the University of Fort Hare in the East London campus. This after 30 students tested positive amid allegations of non-compliance to Alert Level 1 Regulations where masks were not worn, social distancing not observed, non-washing and non-sanitising of hands was not done at the tavern in Quignet, East London on 3rd October 2020."

With Government extending the national state of disaster, one could argue that South Africa is still struggling with the virus. The country has done relatively well in their response to the virus but a major part of combatting the virus and getting over it lies in the hands of citizens of South Africa.

"People seem to think that we are out of the woods and they are not listening to the advice that comes from the Ministry", said Nyati, and that people are not following the safety rules that are set up with some not wearing their masks or not wearing them the proper way.

Nyati said that we have lowered our guards as a population and South Africans can agree to this. This then creates a bigger problem outside of Government and the responsibility lies with us. 

Some health experts have said that the virus does not thrive in warmer temperatures as the country moves to a warmer season. South Africa has also moved lower down in the coronavirus rankings, which sounds good but there is still a problem at hand. 

However, on the statement that higher temperatures kills the virus, Nyati says that this was an unproven hypothesis which was put forward and that it was seen that during America's summer, their Covid numbers increased.

"We must not fool ourselves," says Nyati. 

He believes the focus should be on reducing the new cases and also the active cases, especially those who are high risk. 

"The numbers now are nowhere close to the peak during the middle of July up until the middle of August so we should be able to do better with better capacity now," said the doctor.

South Africans are urged to stay safe and to continue following safety protocols strictly.

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Covid Outbreak Hits UFH Students After Partying

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 20:39Author: Sakinah Samuels

The University of Fort Hare has been hit by a Covid outbreak and this has brought about fears in the community. The Department is said to have been alerted about the outbreak amongst the University's students.

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At the University of Fort Hare (UFH), a Covid wave has emerged with over 30 students testing positive after a party in East London where Covid-19 health protocols were not followed took place. Majority of the students are from the University's Nursing Science and Law faculties.

The University stated the following in a media statement:

Health Department in the Eastern Cape has launched testing and tracing campaign after the recent outbreak of COVID-19 at the University of Fort Hare in the East London campus. This after 30 students tested positive amid allegations of non-compliance to Alert Level 1 Regulations where masks were not worn, social distancing not observed, non-washing and non-sanitising of hands was not done at the tavern in Quignet, East London on 3rd October 2020.

UFH continued to say that this non-compliance to regulations was also seen on the 10th of October when the '10-10-2020 Bash' took place at Quigney as well. 

"To date the number of active cases are closer to 30 as results are still streaming in," read the statement.

The affected students are currently in quarantine and isolation at a UFH residence with 134 rooms. This residence is situated at the University's Alice Campus.

The blame for the outbreak seems to be put on the tavern's shoulders as students confirmed that regulations were not follows and that there were more than 300 people at the tavern. Some of those attending the part are said to have even been drinking from one bottle and dancing close to each other.

Of the students who tested positive for the virus, one is in Mount Fletcher and another in Reston after tracing teams located them.

The Department is said to have been alerted about the outbreak amongst the University's students.

The Eastern Cape Department of Health urges everyone to remain vigilant as Coronavirus is still amongst us. It is an invisible pandemic and our people are encouraged to always wear their masks, keep to social distancing, wash their hands regularly for more than 20 seconds, sanitise their hands and be tested once they exhibit the symptoms of COVID-19.

This event occurs as many expect a second wave to hit South Africa, especially now that we have festive season coming up. 

The University concludes their statement by boldly saying, "people seem to think that COVID-19 is no more. People are advised to be responsible for their health".

As of 18 October, South Africa has recorded a total of 703 793 confirmed Covid cases with an increase of 1 662 cases seen from the day before. The deaths related to the virus stand at 18 471 and recoveries at 634 543. Active cases in the country stands at 50 779.

NOTICE: Media statement on recent UFH COVID-19 outbreak.

Posted by University of Fort Hare on Sunday, 18 October 2020

 

 

 

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Eastern Cape School Has Waited 10 Years For Classrooms

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 16:54Author: Simbongile Makanda

Learners at Amasango Career School in Makhanda attend school in shipping containers, provided to them by the Eastern Cape Department of Education. The school provides education to children who have been victims of child abuse or deserted by their parents.

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Learners at the school have complained about the school's lack of proper infrastructure for after school activities like sport. 

The shipping containers were transformed into a school after the court ruled that the department had to build a proper school structure for the learners. 

This was only meant to be a temporary solution and learners are still waiting for more to be done, 10 years later. 

One learner on the soccer team complained that his team often loses games because they do not have the right facilities to train at on school property.

"It's so hard when we have to practice for a sporting game because we don't have fields to train on. Most of the time we lose our games because we are not prepared."

There is also fear among the learners, as one learner complained about unsafe conditions that they have to face in order to get to school.

"When we miss the transport, we are forced to walk through that bushy area, which is not safe at all, especially for us girls."

The school principal, Linda Ngamlana is optimistic about the good impact that better facilities and infrastructure will have on learners at the school. 

The learners are currently negatively impacted by the lack of classroom space, as many of the classes are based on skill-building such as pottery, hairdressing and more.

"Definitely it will improve the results of the school efforts to assist our learners to succeed. If we can have a proper school building, that building will cater for the skills side."

Lawyer at the Legal Resources Center, Cameron Mcconachie said the school would have to approach the court once again in order to get the education department to fulfil its court order. 

Spokesperson of the Education department, Loyiso Pulumani said talks have been happening and a solution will soon be found so the land that the school will be built on can be formally transferred to the school

 

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Home Affairs Updates List Of High Risk Countries

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 16:11Author: Simbongile Makanda

The Department of Home Affairs has updated the list of high-risk countries that can't travel to South Africa. The department reviewed the old list and had to find a balance between saving lives and protecting livelihoods. 

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The Ministers of Health, Home Affairs and Tourism were tasked with reviewing the list. People from high-risk countries who are allowed to visit South Africa can be investors, travelling for business, holders of critical skills visas, and people travelling for sports, arts, culture and science. 

Travellers from African countries are still allowed to travel to South Africa, as long as they follow the standard health protocols. 

On average, the government receives applications from 335 investors a day hoping to visit South Africa. This has been an encouraging sign for the country's investment potential.

The government has also allowed European travellers who have properties in South Africa to travel and stay for a 3 month period or more. These visitors will have to follow Covid-19 protocol during their stay.

Emails for those hoping to request to travel to South Africa can be sent to [email protected]

The following documents will be required: 

(a)       a copy of passport and/or temporary residence visa;

(b)       proof of business activities that will take place in South Africa during your stay;

(c)        proof of travel itinerary; and

(d)       proof of address or accommodation in South Africa

The Department of Home Affairs said it will try its best to respond to applications within 24 hours.

This is the latest list of high-risk countries: 

Argentina                                   

Germany

Peru

Bangladesh

India

Philippines

Belgium    

Indonesia

Russia

Brazil       

Iran

Spain

Canada     

Iraq

United Kingdom

Chile

Italy           

USA

Colombia

Mexico

France

Netherlands

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Coca Cola Vacation Student Opportunities 2021

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa has exciting opportunities for suitably qualified and experienced candidates in the Various Departments.

Coca Cola Vacation Graduate Opportunities 2021

Reference Number CCB200806-2

Job Title Vacation Student

Function Logistics, Warehouse & Distribution

Company Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa

Job Type Graduate In Training

Location - Country South Africa

Location - Province Gauteng

Location - Town / City Bedfordview

Skills, Experience & Education

COMPETENCIES

  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to interact well in teams
  • Ability to work effectively in teams
  • Self-Motivated These vacancies are focusing on graduates throughout South Africa with a Degree or Diploma in: Logistics Operations Management Supply Chain Engineering

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Sibanye Stillwater Learnership Programmes 2021

Sibanye stillwater academy invites young dynamic individuals from its local communities, interested in engaging in a Mining Engineering Learnership to apply.

 

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Sibanye Stillwater Learnership Programmes 2021

Beneficiaries of the Leaner Official A-Stream Career opportunity will receive a bursary and practical exposure (Learnership) on a full employment package with company benefits aligned with Sibanye-Stillwater Learner Official Scheme.  All tuition fees and books will be provided for by Sibanye-Stillwater.

Official A-stream Learnership

Work type: Permanent
Location: Gauteng
Categories: HR - Learning & Development
Grade: NG 

Closing Date: 20 October 2020

Requirements:

  • Have a grade 12 Certificate with minimum English 5(60%+), Mathematics 5 (60%+), and Physical Science 5 (60%+)
  • Possess University Acceptance with an APS of 23 (Mid-year results will be provisionally considered if currently still studying)
  • Not currently be busy or have completed prior University studies
  • Reside in Kloof Labour sending Area or local community
  • Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye Stillwater Occupational Health Centre
  • The selection process will not be delayed to accommodate applicants whose screening process is delayed for whatever reason

Advantageous requirements:

  • Distinctions in Mathematics and Physical Science

Official Mining Learnership Programme

Work type: Fixed Term
Location: North West
Categories: Mining
Grade: NG

Closing Date: 30 November 2020

Requirements:

  • Applicants must have a minimum Grade-12 or equivalent NQF Educational Certificate, with Pure Mathematics and English Communication, in order to be accepted onto Learner Official Certificate programme.
  • Applicants must achieve a psychometric evaluation outcome score of 4 or higher
  • Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye Stillwater Occupational Health Centre

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Opportunity Closing Date: Monday, November 30, 2020Opportunity is closing in 41 days Work Opportunities Coca Cola Vacation Student Opportunities 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 15:03

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa has exciting opportunities for suitably qualified and experienced candidates in the Various Departments.

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Sibanye Stillwater Internship Programmes 2021

Are you a graduate looking for an internship in the mining field? Sibanye Stillwater is offering internships.

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Sibanye Stillwater Internship Programmes 2021 

Work type: Fixed Term
Location: North West
Categories: Mining
Grade: NG 

Reference: 498249

The selection process will not be delayed to accommodate applicants whose screening process is delayed for whatsoever reason.

The appointee should:

  • NDip / BSc /BTech / BIng Mining Engineering  
  • NDip / BSc /  BTech / BIng  Electrical/Mechanical Engineering / Instrumentation
  • BSc / BTech / BIng Metallurgy or Chemical Engineering
  • BTech / BSc Geology Honours
  • BComm Finance / Accountancy / Business Management
  • BSc /  BTech / BIng / Bachelor of Mine Survey (BMS)
  • BSc /  BTech / BIng for Rock Engineering

Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye Stillwater Occupational Health Centre

Advantageous requirements:

Be in possession of a relevant qualification when applying for an Internship programme

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Opportunity Closing Date: Saturday, October 31, 2020Opportunity is closing in 11 days Work Opportunities Sibanye Stillwater Internship Programmes 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 14:46

Are you a graduate looking for an internship in the mining field? Sibanye Stillwater is offering internships.

Read More Alistair Logistics Graduate Opportunity 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 14:32

Are you someone with a "hunger for growth", a “whatever it takes mentality” and understand the advantages of a team environment and what it takes to thrive in one? Are you someone who "Questions things" and "looks for improvements"? Do you have experience in taking a fast growing business to a greater height? Then you may be perfect for our Graduate roles.

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Are you a unemployed South African graduates and TVET student, with a tertiary qualification in one of the above-mentioned fields of study, who has not previously participated in any internship programme and In-service training? 

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Alistair Logistics Graduate Opportunity 2021

Are you someone with a "hunger for growth", a “whatever it takes mentality” and understand the advantages of a team environment and what it takes to thrive in one? Are you someone who "Questions things" and "looks for improvements"? Do you have experience in taking a fast growing business to a greater height? Then you may be perfect for our Graduate roles.

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Alistair Logistics Graduate Opportunity 2021

 

Location: New Germany, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Hours: Monday to Friday plus alternate Saturday mornings / Contract basis (6 months)

Salary: R10000 monthly CTC

Job Summary

We are looking for a Logistics Graduate (New Germany)  to assist in our various Departments.  

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Relevant Degree
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel is Mandatory
  • Rigorous in summarizing information

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Opportunity Closing Date: Saturday, October 31, 2020Opportunity is closing in 11 days Work Opportunities Sibanye Stillwater Internship Programmes 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 14:46

Are you a graduate looking for an internship in the mining field? Sibanye Stillwater is offering internships.

Read More Alistair Logistics Graduate Opportunity 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 14:32

Are you someone with a "hunger for growth", a “whatever it takes mentality” and understand the advantages of a team environment and what it takes to thrive in one? Are you someone who "Questions things" and "looks for improvements"? Do you have experience in taking a fast growing business to a greater height? Then you may be perfect for our Graduate roles.

Read More Anglo American Human Resources Internship 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 14:24

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Mohokare Local Municipality Invites Graduates to apply for their IT Internship Programme for 2021

Read More Department of Justice and Constitutional Development Internship Programmes 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 09:52

Are you a unemployed South African graduates and TVET student, with a tertiary qualification in one of the above-mentioned fields of study, who has not previously participated in any internship programme and In-service training? 

Read More More Internships Opportunities Offered By : AlistairArticle Category: Internships 2020Tags: internshipgraduatestipendpaidjobpuff&passlogisticsdegreeOpportunity available in: KwaZulu-Natal

Rhodes University Sutherland Old Rhodian Sports Scholarship 2021

This bursary is awarded to a first year student who has excelled in sport during his/her time at high school. The main focus is on his/her matric year.

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Rhodes University Sutherland Old Rhodian Sports Bursary 2021

The bursary is allocated based on the decision the Committee makes.

The Bursary is awarded for one year and may be re-awarded (it does not include accommodation).

Closing date: 31 October every year

Candidate Requirements: 

Excell in sport during your time at high school. Main focus in matric

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Opportunity Closing Date: Saturday, October 31, 2020Opportunity is closing in 11 days Scholarships Bursaries Available to Study BA in Digital Marketing and Communication Saturday, October 17, 2020 - 15:51

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Mpumalanga College of Nursing Bursaries 2021

Are you a South African citizen resident in Mpumalanga Province? Have you completed Grade 12? Are you looking for a bursary programme to further your studies in pursuit of your nursing calling? The Mpumalanga Department of Health invites South African citizens who are residents of Mpumalanga between the ages of 18 and 36 years to apply for their 2020 Mpumalanga Nursing College intake.

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Mpumalanga College of Nursing Traineeship Bursary 2021

3 year Diploma in Nursing 

REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying (please note that failure to satisfy all the requirements will lead to your application not being considered):

  • South African citizen
  • Between 18 and 36 years old
  • Reside within the Mpumalanga province
  • Studying or intend on studying towards a 4 year Nursing/ Midwifery Diploma at the Mpumalanga College of Nursing or KwaZulu-Natal College of Nursing
  • Completed Matric and qualified to study towards a diploma /degree
  • Achieved a minimum of level 3 (SG “D” or HG “E”) for Mathematics OR a minimum of level 4 (SG “C” or HG “D”) for Mathematical Literacy in Matric
  • Achieved a minimum of level 3 (SG “D” or HG “E”) for Geography/ Physical Science/ Agriculture
  • Achieved a minimum of level 4 (SG “C” or HG “D”) for Biology/ Physiology/ Life Sciences in Matric
  • Achieved a minimum of level 4 (SG “C” or HG “D”) for English in Matric
  • Achieved a minimum overall Admission Point Score (APS) of 25 points for six highest subjects (excluding Life Orientation)
  • Students with disabilities are welcome to apply

 

PagesOpportunity Closing Date: Friday, November 6, 2020Opportunity is closing in 17 days Bursaries MQA Bursary Application 2021 Friday, October 16, 2020 - 09:46

This application form must only be completed by new bursary applicants. Existing MQA bursars must complete the 2018 Continuation Bursary application form.

Read More SAAFost Bursaries 2021 Thursday, October 15, 2020 - 10:25

The South African Association for Food Science and Technology (SAAFoST) Foundation is offering bursaries to learners interested in a career in the field of Food Science and Technology.

Read More Cecil Renaud Scholarship 2021 Thursday, October 15, 2020 - 10:15

The Cecil Renaud scholarship is awarded to the best and brightest young South Africans. The scholarship gives South Africans the opportunity to study at universities across the UK in a number of fields.

Read More Bursary Programme at Oudtshoorn Municipality 2021 Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - 11:01

Applications are invited from students who are currently studying at tetiary institution, as well as learners that are currently in Grade 12, or have passed Grade 12 for financial assistance towards further studies for the 2021 academic year.

Read More SANBI Living Catchments Postgraduate Bursary 2021 Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - 10:49

SANBI is seeking two masters students interested in pursuing an area of study focused around policy advice and biodiversity mainstreaming. 

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Will UIF Be Extending TERS Payments?

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 12:30Author: Sakinah Samuels

Now that Government has officially announced that they'll be extended the R350 Special Relief of Distress grant for another three months, will the Unemployment Insurance Fund follow? Everyone is now asking whether the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) will now also be extended for another three months.

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Now that Government has officially announced that they'll be extended the R350 Special Relief of Distress grant for another three months, will the Unemployment Insurance Fund follow? Everyone is now asking whether the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) will now also be extended for another three months.

Well, so far, Government has made no official statement and Minister of Employment and Labour, Thulas Nxesi said:

Any decision on an extension would be made only after extensive engagement with government, Nedlac and the UIF itself.

This response comes after a media report came saying that the Minister has extended the TERS funds until 15 November 2020 to which Nxesi responded, “No statement has been made by me or my department on this matter."

Last week, the Minister said that 157 TERS cases were either still pending or allocated for investigation by the Special Investigating Unit. These cases involved companies and individuals who were suspected of wrongdoing, including claims from “ghost employees”, said Nxesi.

As of October 9, since the beginning of lockdown, more than R49 billion had been disbursed in benefits in the form of more than 11 million payments.

- Minister Thulas Nxesi

The Minister of Employment and Labour also warned that the UIF does not have unlimited funds, and it could soon run out of money to payout. Nxesi then continued to say, "We have about R50 billion available. The question we need to answer now is what is the way forward when we have to deal with mass unemployment? This is a serious matter that the UIF board is looking at."

The Department of Employment and Labour in conjunction with the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has set up relief schemes, one being the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS). The TERS fund was created so that employers would not lose their jobs and to avoid seeing businesses having to close their doors. 

In September, Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu, found that there were many irregularities with the UIF TERS. 

The irregularities found by Makwetu include overpayments, underpayments, invalid rejection of beneficiaries, fraud and double-dipping. The auditor-general then called for changes to be made to the system and the overall payment of TERS.

Nxesi has said that the UIF will continue to make payments as long as applications were submitted before the closing date of 31 October 2020.

 

MEDIA RELEASE:

Please see below statement on the on IOL article titled ‘UIF TERS benefits extended another month’

No statement has been made by me or my department on this matter. Any decision on this would be made after extensive consultation with the relevant stakeholders. pic.twitter.com/Zy8ikfFT8v

— Minister Thulas Nxesi (@NxesiThulas) October 15, 2020

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Buffalo City TVET College 2021 Applications Are Open

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 12:03

2021 applications are open for those who wish to study at Buffalo City TVET College next year. They offer a variety of courses as well as student accommodation which is relatively close to their campuses.

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Are you technical hands-on approach? Do you love to question and have an appetite for knowledge? Are you looking for an exceptional education in an environment which values individuals for who they are? Well, Buffalo City TVET College might be perfect for you then. 2021 applications are open for those who wish to study at Buffalo City TVET College next year.

Buffalo City TVET College's mission is to provide quality education and training responsive to industry and community needs. They offer a variety of courses as well as student accommodation which is relatively close to their campuses.

Applications close on 13 November 2020.

Courses
  • Finance, Economics And Accounting
  • IT & Computer Science
  • Mechatronics
  • Office Administration
  • Tourism
  • Electrical Infrastructure Construction
  • Safety In Society
  • Civil Engineering & Building Construction
  • Engineering & Related Design
  • Human Resources Management
  • Financial Management
  • Business Management
  • Educare
  • Management Assistant
  • Public Management
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  • East London Campus (School of Business)
  • John Knox Bokwe Campus (School of Engineering)
  • St. Marks Campus (School of Business and Engineering)
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Unisa Students Can Now Get Exam Assistance

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 11:48Author: Sakinah Samuels

Are you a Unisa student and need some help during your examinations? Well, Unisa offers a service to students like you. You can get help during the examinations by contacting the Student Communication Service Centre.

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Are you a Unisa student and need some help during your examinations? Well, Unisa offers a service to students like you. You can get help during the examinations by contacting the Student Communication Service Centre.

The Student Communication Service Centre is there to help you if you come across problems or errors when you're doing your online exam/assessment submission.

Unisa students can contact the Student Communication Service Centre on 080 000 1870 or email [email protected] as soon as this happens and you will be assisted.

Students will need to include the following:

  • Your student number
  • Your module course code
  • Name of the college
  • Name of the Lecturer (if known).
  • A description of the problem.  Include the internet browser you are using, and its version (if known).
  • Information about your internet connection speed, if the issue involves pages loading slowly (if known).
  • Include a print screen of the problem if there is time.
  • The date and approximate time of your submission or occurrence of an issue.

If this doesn't work for you, you can also contact:

  • Department of Student Assessment Administration
    • Call Centre Landline: +27(0)11 471 2433
  • College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
    • Ms N Molefe
    • Contact Center Supervisor
    • Email: [email protected]
    • Landline: +27 (0)11 471 3691
  • College of Accounting Sciences
    • Ms C Tuge
    • Contact Center Supervisor
    • Email: [email protected]
    • Landline: +27 (0)12 426 4456/ +27 (0)12 429 2982
  • College of Economic & Management Sciences
    • Ms P Ngcobo
    • Contact Center Supervisor
    • Email: [email protected]
    • Landline: +27 (0)12 429 8650/ +27 (0)12 429 4462/ +27 (0)12 429 3925
  • College of Education
    • Mr SM Shabangu
    • Coordinator Student Support
    • Email: [email protected]
    • Landline: +27 (0)12 429 2645
  • College of Human Sciences
    • Ms. D. Mbengwane
    • Contact Center Supervisor
    • Email: [email protected]
    • Landline: +27 (0)12 429 8285
  • College of Law
    • Ms L Boyi
    • Contact Center Supervisor
    • Email: [email protected]
    • Landline: +27 (0)12 429 4105
  • College of Science Engineering & Technology
    • Ms M Komane
    • Contact Center Supervisor
    • Email: [email protected]
    • Landline: +27 (0)11 670 9228

Unisa has also stated the following:

Students who are struggling to submit file upload assignments or portfolios through the myModules sites, should rather use the Assignment Submission option in myAdmin or the “Submit assignments (MCQ & File uploads)” on the myUnisa home page.

Should you have any other student enquiries, click here.

Click here for A Guide To Online Exams For Unisa Students.

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Self-Care Tips For Students

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 11:20Author: Terrique Alie

As a student, we know that life has an overwhelming amount of responsibilities and having to balance your student life can be quite stressful too. When we embrace many responsibilities of life, we have to consider what is essential and takes priority. 

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What is self-care?

Self-care is a term that is referred to knowing who you are as a person and identifying your limits.It is about taking the time out to balance your mental, physical and emotional well-being. These aspects work in a way that when one is neglected, the other is affected. Self-care encourages you to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself and set boundaries with others. In other words, you cannot give to others what you are lacking within.  In order to achieve true self-care you need to be consciously aware of your overall well-being. 

Tips to improve your  overall well-being

#Changing your mindset:
So often we think about our lives negatively when we can be appreciative of the things that are around us. It is important that you cherish the good memories and hold onto them, even if the unpleasant ones attempt to consume you. Take the time to be still and reflect upon your life. When you have a positive mind-set, you are well on your way to achieving the highest level of self-care. 

#Be alert to your physical health:
This is one of the core elements to self-care. We know that the mind and body are linked and it is  important that you check-in with yourself occasionally. It is important to monitor your serotonin levels and keep them balanced to avoid feeling down and depressed.  

#Learn to say NO:
Too often we tend to be pleasing to others which affects your own inner peace or health and goes against the principles of self-care. You need to acknowledge that you are only human and cannot make everyone happy. 

#Live a healthy lifestyle:
One of the important key elements is to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Cut out anything that will have a negative impact on your life. Scientists have proven that an adult needs at least 6-8 hours of sleep to be well rested and feel rejuvenated.Ensure that you are getting enough rest so that it does not have an effect on your physical and mental well-being. 

#Surround yourself with positivity:
Spending time with positive people such as family and close friends tends to ease stress levels and help improve your emotional well-being. These people are the ones that motivate, encourage and help you grow into the best version of yourself. They are the ones that have the most confidence in you to work towards and achieve your goals in life. 

In conclusion, self-care is personal and what works for one may not necessarily work for another. It is important to look for things that keep you motivated, inspired and makes you feel alive. By becoming aware and taking care of yourself, you will feel better equipped to help others.
 

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Department of Tourism External Bursaries 2021

The Department of Tourism offers Bursary opp​ortunities to South African graduates who wish to apply in the fields listed below that are in line with the department’s core business.

Department of Tourism Bursary Opportunity 2021

Applications are invited from candidates in the following disciplines / fields of study:

​REQUIRED STUDY FIELDS

  • Construction Management
  • Development Studies
  • Economics
  • Environmental Management
  • Information Technology (Soft Development, Data Warehousing and related)
  • International Relations
  • Project Management
  • Tourism Management/Development
  • HR Management and Development
  • Communication technologies

​Duration: The contract will be for one (1) academic year reviewable based on availability of resources and academic progress. Successful candidates will sign a bursary contract.

Requirements: Applications forms must be posted or hand delivered by no later than the closing date.

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This application form must only be completed by new bursary applicants. Existing MQA bursars must complete the 2018 Continuation Bursary application form.

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Applications are invited from students who are currently studying at tetiary institution, as well as learners that are currently in Grade 12, or have passed Grade 12 for financial assistance towards further studies for the 2021 academic year.

Read More SANBI Living Catchments Postgraduate Bursary 2021 Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - 10:49

SANBI is seeking two masters students interested in pursuing an area of study focused around policy advice and biodiversity mainstreaming. 

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How To Apply For A Student Loan

In society today, there are many students that are not fortunate enough to pursue their dreams of studying. “These days, we are all told how important it is to have some qualification, other than a matric certificate”, says Candice Grobler. One of the many options that are available to students is to apply for a student loan.

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What is a student loan?

A student loan refers to money that is borrowed from the government or lender to pay for your college tuition fees. The money that has been borrowed has to be paid back with interest over a period of time.

How does a student loan work?

Students along with their parents or legal guardians need to enquire information from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and receive forms before applying for the loan. Once the financial information is completed, the form is sent to the institution of the students choice.  The institution then decides the amount of aid the student qualifies for and sends them a letter with their financial aid offerings. Once the letter has been received, the student can then apply for a student loan. 

How to apply for a student loan

Choose your loan provider:
There are many financial institutions (banks) that offer student loans. Depending on the financial institution chosen, each one has a different interest rate. One needs to bear in mind that these are the fees that a bank charges you to borrow money from them. It is important that you do a thorough research before making your final decision. 

Get suretyship:
Suretyship refers to a person who takes responsibility for another individual that undertakes an obligation to pay a sum of money. When taking out a student loan, be sure that you have someone that can stand surety for you. This individual has the responsibility to ensure that your student loan is repaid if you are unable to pay it. If you do not have someone that can stand surety for you, NSFAS (National Student Financial Aid Scheme) offers loans to students that have no surety. 

Ensure that you qualify:
Financial institutions have strict requirements that you need in order to apply for a loan. If all of your documents are in order, you should know the very same day or within a week if your loan has been approved or denied. 

You will need the following documentation:

  • SA Identification 
  • Proof of home address 
  • Proof of registration from an educational institution
  • Latest payslip of the person standing surety
  • Three months bank statements
  • Proof of university costs

So there you have it, three easy steps to apply for a student loan. If you are not 100% sure about the process, call around and enquire for more information or do a thorough research before applying for a student loan. 
 

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Megchem Learnership in Drawing Office Practice 2021

Qualified candidates are hereby invited to apply for a one-year Learnership in Computer Aided Drawing Office Practice.

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Megchem Learnership in Drawing Office Practice 2021 Ref#: LS2021

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • Grade 12.
  • Mathematics with a minimum of 50% (Please note that Maths Literacy will not be accepted).
  • Technical Drawings with a minimum of 50%.
  • Physical Science will be an advantage.

Documents to be submitted with application to [email protected]

  • Completed Application Form
  • Matric / N3 Certificate
  • Copy of ID
  • Proof of residence
  • Interested applicants should forward a concise CV and motivation letter, with REFERENCE NUMBER clearly indicated, to [email protected]
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Qualified candidates are hereby invited to apply for a one-year Learnership in Computer Aided Drawing Office Practice.

Read More Clicks Group Limited Pharmacist Learnerships 2021 Monday, October 19, 2020 - 10:20

Do you want to work and obtain a qualification at the same time? Are you passionate about healthcare and delivering superior patient care? Clicks has an exciting opportunity available to complete a Learnership Programme to qualify as a Pharmacist Assistant. The position reports to the Pharmacy Manager.

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Sun International Contact Centre has a 12 month-Telephone Agents (NQF level 4) learnership opportunities available, inclusive of a generous monthly stipend.

Read More Traffic Officer Programme Western Cape Government Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 00:44

The Department of Transport and Public Works will be recruiting Traffic Students for the completion of a Further Education and Training Certificate: Road Traffic Law Enforcement. This is a twelve (12) month training course which will commence on 1 February 2021

Read More Human Resources Learnership At Hilti 2021 Friday, October 16, 2020 - 09:31

We’re looking for motivated individuals who have a passion for Logistics and who has the desire for career advancement opportunities throughout Hilti South Africa. As a Learner you will be given the opportunity to work cross-functionally. You will be given tasks that will help towards achieving departmental goals to achieve Hilti’s strategy.

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Four North West Schools Set On Fire

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 10:46Author: Simbongile Makanda

Four schools in the north of Rustenburg were set on fire, leaving many classrooms partly burnt and some completely burnt. The fires come just as many schools in the province have been preparing for final exams scheduled to start in November. 

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The North West police and the education department have pleaded with the public to come forward with more information. A case has been opened in the meantime while the police track down those responsible for the fires. 

Police spokesperson Brig Sabata Mokgwabone said no arrests have been made in connection to the attacks against the schools.

Education MEC Mmaphefo Matsemela said the fires were a setback for the schools, as learners are so close to writing their exams. Many learners have been preparing for final exams which start on 5 November. 

“ We strongly condemn this and those who did this are savagely cruel to their community. This barbaric custom of burning schools should come to an end. We cannot over-emphasise how grave a setback this is to the already compromised academic year,” she said.

She has asked for community members to come forward with information that might help them catch those responsible and close the case.

“As a department we plead with the community to work with the police in exposing these criminals and they should be found,” said Matsemela.

The North West police said those with any information about the attacks against the schools can contact Captain Lefty Motswadi on 082 416 1223.

Earlier this year, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga expressed her disappointment at acts of vandalism at schools. This included things like burglary and the overall and destruction of school property.

The department has seen a rise in cases of vandalism at schools since the start of the nationwide lockdown.

Back in April, the North West had recorded 55 cases of vandalism at schools. 

“It is really unfortunate that criminals in our communities could destroy the infrastructure of their own children. We applaud the work done by the Police and we hope that more arrests will be made. We want to see the arrest and prosecution of every single criminal responsible for this kind of behaviour,” the Minister said in a statement.

The Minister urged communities to act as caretakers of schools by protecting the infrastructure and reporting any acts of vandalism.

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