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How To Use UWC's iKamva Raigan Cloete Wed, 01/13/2021 - 15:02

Are you a first-time student at UWC and wondering how to use iKamva? Well, keep on reading to find out how to log in, use and access resources from iKamva.

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Apply to Mangosuthu University of Technology For 2021

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 15:01

Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) seeks to be distinguished and will stand out among all others because of superiority in performance in selected fields as a University of Technology. Apply to be a student there in 2021 now.

Late applications are now open at Mangosuthu University of Technology for 2021. 

Applications are to be done online.

A late application fee will apply.

A Zulu-speaking university, MUT provides students with career orientated skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the workplace. This is achieved through close co-operation with commerce and industry to ensure that the curriculum of a particular qualification is relevant to the chosen field, and that it is market related. Theoretical studies and in-service training form part of the programmes.

Their mission is to offer technological, career-directed educational programmes focusing on innovative problem-solving research and engage with government/business/industry and communities as end-users. Mangosuthu University of Technology offers a variety of departments.

  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Management Sciences
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences
Minimum Entrance Requirements
  • National Senior Certificate with a diploma pass or N3 with 50% pass in Mathematics and English
  • A minimum of 5 subjects with level 4 pass for diploma study and level 3 for Access Courses
  • English Home Language or First Additional language, level 4 pass
  • Specific subject combination and pass level relevant to the qualification
  • Minimum points as per faculty requirement and as listed on the CAO handbook
Important closing dates
  • Faculty of Engineering – first semester applications - 30 September
  • Faculty of Engineering – second semester applications - 31 May
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences - 30 September
  • Analytical Chemistry – second semester applications - 31 May
  • Faculty of Management Sciences - 30 September

Applications may be done online or application forms may be collected from the university. Online applications are done through the Central Applications Office (CAO). Applications submitted after 30 September accumulate a late application fee determined by the CAO.

Click On 'READ MORE' BELOW For More Details On How To Apply.

How To Fund Your Studies At MUT

Housing Options For MUT Students

How To Apply
  • All first year applications are submitted through the Central Applications Office (CAO).
  • Application forms can be downloaded from the CAO website
  • You may also apply online by going to, click on the apply tab, then click on apply now, and follow the easy application process.
  • The CAO number appears in tear-off slip on the CAO application form.
  • Use your unique CAO number as a reference when paying the application fee.
Required Documents


  • National Senior Certificate or Statement of Results
  • Senior Certificate
  • Identity Document
  • Students transferring from other universities should submit an original academic record and a certificate of good conduct


  • A valid study permit
  • A valid medical aid/health insurance cover
  • A valid passport
  • GCE, GCSE, IGCSE or Cambridge School Certificate
  • Students holding a GCE GCSE IGCSE or the Cambridge School Certificate must have passed five approved ordinary level subjects including English language provided three subjects have been passed at the same examination sitting.
How To Track Your Application

You can track the progress of your application by going to and enter your CAO number, or sending an email to [email protected] or call 031 268 4444.

For more information, click here

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Sol Plaatje University Late Applications For 2021 Are Open

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 14:56

Late applications to study at Sol Plaatje University (SPU) in the 2021 academic year are open and will close soon so hurry and apply now!

Late applications to study at Sol Plaatje University (SPU) in the 2021 academic year are open and will close soon so hurry and apply now!

Late applications will close on 31 January 2021.

Sol Plaatje University (SPU) was the first University built after Apartheid and was the first built in Northern Cape. SPU offers a range of both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. 

SPU states that it is, ''Positioning itself as a niche university, SPU offers academic programmes of a high intellectual nature in fields that meet the needs of the South African thrust to develop a nation that is proud of its heritage and roots."


SPU has only one campus located in the Civic Centre in Kimberly.

  • Economic and Management Sciences
  • Education
  • Humanities
  • Natural and Applied Sciences

If you satisfy the minimum requirements stated here, it does not mean that you will automatically be admitted to the study programme at SPU. 

The final decision on your admission will be based on your academic performance and the availability of space in the programme. 

If your academic performance is above these minimum requirements, your chance of being admitted to study at the University will be better.

Should you require assistance or experience difficulties applying online, send an email to the Admissions Office at [email protected].

For SPU's 2021 prospectus, click here.

Sol Plaatje University's Accommodation Options

How To Pay For Your SPU Fees

Click On 'READ MORE' BELOW For More Details On How To Apply   SPU's Guidelines On How To Apply
  1. To start applying, go to
  2. Click on the icon next to 'Apply, register, change personal information, get academic and other information'
  3. Complete your personal information 
  4. Click 'Save'
  5. Create your pin
  6. The system has created a reference number that will become the student number once your biographical data have been saved
  7. You have now accessed the Student Online System
  8. Click on 'Application', then 'View Application Rules'
  9. Read the Academic Applications rules and click on 'I Accept'
  10. Click on 'Schools Attended', then click on the list of values to search for your Senior Secondary School
  11. Click on the correct school
  12. Capture the start year and month then the end year and month and click 'SAVE'. If you made a mistake, click on the 'Delete' button and 'SAVE'
  13. Click on Enter School Leaving Subjects
  14. Please make use of the list of values linked after your School Leaving Subjects, Grade and Symbols. Click on the correct Subject and 'SAVE'
  15. Click on 'Certificates seen'
  16. Click on ID, upload scanned document and 'SAVE'
  17. Click on 'Disabilities' to disclose if applicable and 'SAVE'
  18. Click on 'Submit Application'
  19. After selecting the qualification, complete the following, Academic Preference = 1 (Choice 1)
  20. Click on 'SAVE and Continue'
  21. Click on 'View Completed Application(s)' so that you can view the qualification(s) you have applied for
  22. Click on 'Personal Contact Detail'. You can now update your cell number(s), email address, Next of Kin Cell Number, etc. online. Click on 'CELL NUMBER', capture or override it with your new cell number and 'SAVE'. The same applies to your EMAIL Address.
  23. Click on 'Address Validation'. Click on the list of values to link your Next of Kin or Account address. SAVE after creating new addresses.
  24. Your application is now complete

Click here for more information on Sol Plaatje University

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Schools Are Not Ready To Open, says Union

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 14:23 Author Sakinah Samuels

With schools reopening soon and no word from the Department on it being pushed back yet, National Teachers' Union believes that schools are not ready to open yet with concerns about teachers being raised as well.

With schools set to open in less than a month and South Africa being in a dreadful state with the second Covid wave, National Teachers' Union believes that schools are not ready to open yet with concerns about teachers being raised as well.

Over 1600 teachers have died as a result of Covid-19. 

There has been no changes announced when it comes to the date for schools to reopen as the current school calendar shows it to be 27 January. 

National Teachers' Union (Natu) secretary, Cynthia Barnes, said:

The National Teachers Union is not really happy that the schools are opening soon because if you look back, in 2020 there were some negotiables that were put forward that should be followed but only to find that some of them were not followed.

Schools were supposed to have PPEs ready but the quantity and quality was said to not be up to standard. Sanitation and water supplies to schools were also not delivered.

Barnes says that social distancing will never be adhered to because schools are clustered and the Department of Basic Education (DBE) were supposed to provide mobile classrooms but didn't for all schools. 

In addition to this, schools faced overcrowding and frequent cases of Covid-19 infections. 

"We understand the department doesn't have money so are they going to have money now? They need to go back and look at the hiccups they had in 2020," said Barnes. 

Unions have also not been given plans for the 2021 school year or when it comes to teachers with comorbidities.

The curriculum needs to be implemented due to cuts made to it but teachers have not been orientated with no word on when it will happen. The department trimmed the 2020 curriculum after losing 5 teaching weeks during the lockdown. 

The Department is not yet ready. Schools are not yet ready to be open ... We need something written in black and white to say this is the plan we have made and this how we are going to have everything.

DBE Minister Angie Motshekga said public schools will spend the next 3 years catching up with the content trimmed from the curriculum. 

Natu hopes to negotiate with the department in order to come to an agreement that will keep both learners and teachers safe. 


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Digital Marketing Learnership

Terrique Alie Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 14:09

Have you ever thought about pursuing a career in digital marketing? Even more so, do you have a passion for retail? Here is your opportunity to kickstart your career!

Opportunity Details

One of South Africa’s most prominent retailers is looking to empower 2 young individuals to advance their Digital Marketing career. At the end of the 12 month learnership, the participants will earn themselves an NQF5 qualification from Red & Yellow – and a chance at entering a prestigious graduate programme!

About the learnership:

The Red & Yellow Digital Marketing Unemployed Learnership is an opportunity for young people who want to gain a further qualification while working with one of the top digital teams in the country.

During the 12-month programme, the learner will work (and receive a stipend) completing the Red & Yellow NQF-level 5 National Certificate in Advertising specialising in digital marketing.

About the programme:

What is covered during the National Certificate in Advertising specialising in digital marketing:

In this module, learners are introduced to core marketing concepts, shown the importance of the customer to business decision making in the 21st century and learn how to best present and communicate their ideas.

This module explores the online revolution and the digital channels now available to marketers. Learners how shown how to use and leverage digital marketing channels.

Learners explore paid media and learn how to plan effective campaigns across channels. They also learn to establish and manage client and agency relationships and how to negotiate and contract with suppliers for campaigns and projects.

In this last module learners explore how to optimise campaigns and the essentials for project management and basic financial management to equip them for running campaigns and marketing projects effectively and efficiently.

What do you need?
● A matric qualification
● Based in the Western Cape
● A sense of being digitally savvy and familiar with various digital and social media platforms
● PC literate, MS Office suite, any additional knowledge of digital tools and software would be advantageous
● Academic performance in Maths and English
● Passionate about working in the retail digital space
● Adept at planning and organising with attention to detail
● Strong command of English (both written and verbal)

What’s the process?
● Applications open on Thursday 14 January
● Applications close on Thursday 21 January
● Interviews take place in the first week of February
● The programme begins on 1 March 2021



Applying for this learnership is simple. Simply click on this link and get started!

Opportunity Closing Date Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Red and Yellow Article Categories Article Category Learnerships 2021 Tags Tags

2021 Armscor Bursary Scheme

Bronwyn Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 14:03

Armscor, the Armaments Corporation of South Africa, in partnership with the defence industry, is offering bursaries to exceptional learners through the Armscor Bursary Scheme.

The bursaries will be awarded to learners from previously disadvantaged backgrounds who intend to study full time in the engineering and science fields of study.

Opportunity Details


The aim of the scheme is to address the critical science and engineering skills of the defence industry, by focusing on promoting and improving results in Maths, Science and technical subjects at schools.

Armscor will be awarding bursaries to the following field of study:

  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Biochemistry
  • Chemistry and Physics
  • Computer Science
  • Electronics/Electrical (Light current) Engineering
  • Human Kinetics & Ergonomics Science
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Material Sciences
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Metallurgy Engineering
  • Naval/Marine Engineering

Armscor bursary covers the following:

  • Tuition fees
  • Accommodation and meals
  • Prescribed books
  • Vacation work (Where possible)


  • South African Citizen
  • Candidates must have an interest in working in the defence industry
  • Achieved levels of 5, 6, and 7 in Mathematics, Physical Science and English
  • Studying or intend on studying within one of the aforementioned fields of study
  • Studying or intend on studying at a recognised tertiary institute within South Africa
  • Excellent academic Results

Submit clear copies of the following supporting documentation along with your completed application form:

  • ID document (certified copy)
  • Matric Mid-year results, if currently in Matric(certified copy)
  • Matric certificate, if completed Matric (certified copy)
  • Full academic record, if currently at tertiary level (certified copy)
  • Parent(s) or guardian(s) ID documents (certified copies)
  • Parent(s) or guardian(s) proof of income(latest payslips/employment letter/SASSA grant letter/affidavit for informal traders)
  • Death certificate if deceased

The following documents will also be required in the final stages of the bursary selection process:

  • Final Matric results(certified copy)
  • University acceptance letter or proof of registration
  • Student number
  • Fees statement

If currently at tertiary level Application must be submitted electronically via email or hardcopy via post to:

Email: [email protected] (insert the words ‘’Armscor Bursary Application- Your Full Name” in the email subject line).

OR Senior Manager: Learning & Organisation Development, Armscor LTD, Private Bag X337, Pretoria, 0001 Opportunity Closing Date Sunday, February 28, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity ARMSCOR Article Categories Article Category Bursaries 2020 Tags Tags

Ernest & Young (EY) Bursary Programme 2021

Bronwyn Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 13:52

Bursaries are awarded to individuals who we believe have the commitment to qualify as a Chartered Accountant and an academic record which indicates the ability to do so with due regard to financial need.

 In return for the bursary, the student is required to work at EY for the duration of their training contract (a minimum of three years).

Opportunity Details Bursary Programme

There are two types of bursaries open for application.

  1. Academic Merit with Financial Need Bursary: This covers one or more, or a combination of tuition, accommodation, books and/or meals.
  2. Academic Merit Bursary: This covers a portion of the tuition fees

Eligibility requirements: 

The first requirement to be eligible for a bursary is South African citizenship and a valid South African identity document.

We require an academic record of a minimum of four A’s, excluding Life Orientation; that you will be studying toward a relevant CA degree (three to four years) and a year Accounting Honours/Certificate in Theory in Accounting (CTA). Further, you should be accepted and/or enrolled at a SAICA (South African Institute of Chartered Accountants) accredited University. 

  • University of Witwatersrand      
  •  University of Free State
  •  University of Western Cape
  •  University of Cape Town            
  •  University of Stellenbosch         
  •  Walter Sisulu University
  •  University of Johannesburg       
  •  Rhodes University         
  •  University of Limpopo
  •  University of Pretoria   
  • UNISA 
  •  Monash
  • University of KZN     
  • University of Fort Hare
  • University of Zululand
  • North West University 
  • Institute of Accounting Science
  • University of Venda
  •  Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

Applications for the EY Bursary Programme are open throughout the year. To apply, please remember to attach the following documentation:

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Certified Identification Document
  • Grade 11 Academic Report/Transcript
  • Motivational Letter
  • Latest Fee Question from the University
  • Proof of registration and household income (applicable for Academic Merit with Financial Need Bursary applications Opportunity Closing Date Sunday, January 31, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Ernest & Young Article Categories Article Category Bursaries 2020 Tags Tags

Bursary 2021 Programme at BBD

Bronwyn Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 13:50

BBD invites students wishing to register or continue their university studies in BSc/ BEng/ BCom/ BIS majoring in Computer Science, Computer & Software Engineering, Information Technology, Informatics at Bachelors/ Honours/ Masters/ Doctorate level to apply.

Opportunity Details Bursary 2021 Programme at BBD

Considering a career in Software?

At BBD we are committed to providing opportunities for students and professionals looking to make a difference and work on exciting projects that vary from day to day.

The BBD bursary looks to recruit students who wish to study and pursue a career withing the software development field.

The projects that BBD designs and implements have a tangible effect on people from all walks of life, and so they ask for nothing less but total dedication, absolute professionalism and unbridled enthusiasm (bordering on the manic) from their new recruits.

Candidate Requirements: 

  • A South African citizen
  • Studying or preparing to study towards an IT related degree in one of the fields mentioned previously (Bachelors, Honours, Masters or Doctorate)
  • Have a minimum overall academic average of 70%
  • Have a passionate about creating and building software
  • Skilled in terms of written & verbal communication
  • Clear credit and criminal record

Bursary Inclusion: 

  • Tuition fees
  • Monthly allowance
  • Mentorship
  • Project work

Once students have graduated, they will also be able to take up permanent employment at BBD.



  • Your updated CV
  • Certified copy of your ID
  • Copy of your latest transcripts
  • Certified copy of Matric certificate or latest results


Opportunity Closing Date Sunday, February 28, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity BBD Article Categories Article Category Bursaries 2020 Tags Tags

Pathcare Student Laboratory Assistant 2021

Bronwyn Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 13:43

Pathcare seeks motivated individuals who are accountable and reliable; who possess a responsible work ethic; who are responsive to customer needs; and who can concentrate effectively under pressure with good attention to detail.


The PathCare Academy invites responsible and respectful individuals who possess a well developed work ethic and who are responsive to customer needs to apply for the Student Laboratory Assistant programme commencing in 2021.

 This is an entry level programme aimed at school leavers who are interested in training in a laboratory environment. Placement will be at various PathCare locations across South Africa.



  • Grade 12 pass with Biology/Life Science minimum 40%, level 3 or E pass or Primary Health NCV level 4 with Human Body and Mind minimum 60%
  • Read, write and speak English fluently
  • Read, write and understand basic Afrikaans
  • Work effectively as part of a team and independently
  • Ability to work under pressure and study rigorously
  • Possess a well developed work ethic
  • Willing to process blood and body products
  • Ability to provide excellent service and be responsive to customer needs
  • Willingness to work shifts and after hours as required


The competitive selection process will include:

  • Screening of applications and academic results
  • Selected candidates will be shortlisted and invited to undergo online proficiency tests
  • Highest scoring candidates on the above will be invited to attend panel interviews

It is specifically brought to the attention of interested persons that only those candidates who meet the criteria, fully comply with the application instructions, score the highest in the competitive testing and interview processes, and who are deemed most suitable will be selected.

Theoretical training will take place at the PathCare Academy in Goodwood or in Pretoria and practical training will take place at various PathCare laboratories nationally.

Individuals who meet the criteria and are interested in applying for a place on this programme should click on the link below and complete the application form.

Closing date: Tuesday, 19th January 2021 at 17h00



Opportunity Closing Date Tuesday, January 19, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Pathcare Article Categories Article Category Graduates Tags Tags

Possible Delay In Reopening Of Schools

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 12:26 Author Raigan Cloete

Reports have been circulating about the government considering to delay the reopening of schools, however, the DA wishes to find some clarity from the DBE.


The Democratic Alliance (DA) asks that Angie Motshekga clarify whether the government is considering reopening schools in February rather than 27 January 2021.

The DA opposes this decision as they believe that such a delay will negatively affect the 2021 academic year. The delay will put a lot more pressure on the teachers to teach their syllabus at a faster pace, which will not be beneficial to the learners.

Currently, the country is experiencing the second wave of COVID-19 and opening schools might compromise the health of teachers and learners, which is why the DA requests that teachers be added to the essential frontline workers category.

By adding them to the frontline workers, they will be considered after the healthcare workers and at-risk people of South Africa for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Teachers spend Monday to Friday with millions of children which is why they too should be prioritised for the vaccination.

According to the DA, vaccination of teachers is the only way to protect schools in the country.

The DA requests that the Department of Basic Education prioritise a clear plan for the distribution of vaccines not only for teachers but learners too.

Clear communication of regulations is also requested from the DBE, which need to specify the conditions under which schools will open. These regulations need to be included:

  1. The proper implementation of social distancing protocols at schools.
  2. Access to safe PPE, clean water, and proper sanitation.
  3. An emergency health plan at all schools in response to positive cases.
  4. Clear plans for those teachers or learners who suffer from comorbidities.

If any school is unable to adhere to these regulations, they should contact the DBE for assistance in accessing the necessary equipment needed to ensure a safe reopening.

By delaying the reopening of schools, learners from poorer communities could be negatively impacted since they may not have access to online learning resources.

Many parents and guardians have started returning to work after the December break, which is why they need the assurance that schools will reopen on the scheduled date. 

For many children, school is the place that provides them with safety and security while their parents or guardians are at work. Some often rely on schools to provide them with daily meals through the school nutrition programme.

"Schools simply must open as planned as further delays could be catastrophic to vulnerable children and disruptions to the 2021 academic year can have serious effects on learners’ development and ability to later access economic and employment opportunities," says the DA.

The DA believes that vaccination is the only way to assure the country returns to normality, which is why they intend on fighting for the vaccination of South Africans.

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Dlamini-Zuma's New Lockdown Regulations Made Simple

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 10:55 Author Sakinah Samuels

Minister Dlamini -Zuma has released a government gazette which dives deep into the new lockdown regulations announced by President Ramaphosa. We've made it simpler for you, here are the new regulations.

Minister Dlamini -Zuma has released a government gazette which dives deep into the new lockdown regulations announced by President Ramaphosa. We've made it simpler for you, here are the new regulations.

The President announced that the adjusted lockdown level 3 will be extended and will stay in place until the country is passed the peak of infections.

The sale of alcohol is still not permitted. 

It remains compulsory to wear a mask at all times in a public space.

Beaches & Parks & Night Clubs

Dlamini-Zuma further explained what government means when they say 'beach' by saying:

'beach' means the sandy, pebbly or rocky shore- (a) between the high -water mark and low -water mark adjacent to- (i) the sea. or (ii) an estuary mouth extending 1000 meters inland from the mouth; and (b) within 100 metres of the high -water mark, excluding private property. including the sea and estuary themselves adjacent to the beach.

Beaches, public pools, rivers and dams in hotspot areas are closed.

Beaches in the Northern Cape can only be open from 6AM until 7PM.

Game parks, botanical gardens, aquariums, zoos and other parks are open from 9AM until 6PM. Public parks are closed.

Night clubs, bars, taverns and shebeens are closed.

Borders & Travel

All land ports of entry to both come in and go out of the country is closed until 15 February.

They are open only for:

  • The transportation of fuel, cargo and goods
  • Emergency medical attention for a life-threatening condition. with proof of such treatment
  • The return of a South African national, permanent resident, person with a long-term residence visa, spouse with a visa, child or children with visa, person with a work visa and holder of a business visa
  • Funeral purposes for family members in the first degree of kinship to the deceased persons
  • Diplomats;
  • The deportation of foreign nationals
  • The departure of a South African national, or permanent resident, to his or her place of employment. study or residence
  • Daily commuters from neighbouring countries who attend school in South Africa

OR Tambo International Airport, Cape Town International Airport and King shaka International Airport are the only airports allowed to be used to international air travel.

Travellers must produce a valid certificate showing that they have tested negative for Covid 72 hours before they are due to be travelling. Should they fail to do so, they will then undergo an antigen test on arrival.


Curfew has been changed to be between 5AM and 9PM.

You are only allowed to be outside your place of residence should you have permission from government to perform a service or for security and medical emergencies.

The following places will close at 8PM:

  • Cinemas
  • Theatres
  • Casions
  • Museums, galleries, archives
  • Gyms and fitness centres
  • Restaurants
  • Auction venues
  • Professional sporting venues

Funerals must have a maximum of 50 people in attendance and must be for a maximum of two hours. 

Night vigils, after-tears gatherings, social gatherings, faith-based gatherings, traditional council meetings and political gatherings are not allowed. 

Gatherings at workplaces for work purposes are allowed. 

Gatherings at gyms, auctions, fitness centres, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, casinos, museums, galleries, archives, sports grounds, sports fields must have a maximum of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 100 people outdoors. 

Initiation Practices

Initiation practices are prohibited across the country, except for the remaining new initiates in Eastern Cape. 

All post-initiation practices are prohibited. 

Any person who breaks the regulations will have to pay a fine or might even be imprisoned for a period of no more than six months, could even be both.

To view the full government gazette, click here.

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Automation Tester Internship At Beekman Group 2021

Bronwyn Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 10:45

An opportunity has arisen for a candidate to work with the Company on an intern basis.

This will ideally suit a candidate who has just completed a relevant tertiary qualification and is seeking work experience, or is studying towards the relevant tertiary qualification. 

Opportunity Details  Internship Opportunity At Beekman Group 2021

Reference Number: #02/08

Location: Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

This will ideally suit a candidate who has just completed a relevant tertiary qualification and is seeking work experience, or is studying towards the relevant tertiary qualification.

Skills and Requirements:


  •  Studying towards or just completed ISTQB Foundatiost Level or similar
  • Must possess excellent written/oral communication and organizational skills
  • Ability to work within team following development methodology e.g. Waterfall, Agile and Scrum
  • Experience with Jira would be advantageous
  • Proven track record of ability to handle time critical project
  • Tester Skills
  • Successful Testers are meticulously detailed individuals with a high degree of focus.
  • They are excellent problem-solvers and observant, and they are capable of communicating with a wide range of people.
  • In addition to these general attributes and personality traits, we are seeking Testers with the following skills.
  • Software knowledge: Testers must be intimately familiar with the type of software they’re going to be testing.
  • Communication skills: It’s necessary that Testers have excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively work with cross-functional teams.
  • Attention to detail – Since glitches in a program might not make themselves entirely apparent, it’s important that Testers have excellent attention to detail to identify even the most well-hidden bugs.
  • Documentation skills – Because such a large portion of their job relies on recording and reporting the problems they find, Testers must have advanced documentation skills.
  • Problem-solving skills – Testers will need to work with developers and other colleagues to find solutions to the glitches they find. Because of this, it’s important that Testers have strong problem-solving skills.

This will ideally suit a candidate who has just completed a relevant tertiary qualification and is seeking work experience, or is studying towards the relevant tertiary qualification.

The successful candidate will assist in coordinating the planning, creating of automated test scripts and maintenance of the Group’s existing and new automated test scripts.

Assist when required with adhoc projects from time to time.  


Opportunity Closing Date Sunday, January 31, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Beekman Group Article Categories Article Category Internships 2021 Tags Tags

Boston Joins the war on Covid by resisting fee increase

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 10:39 Author Boston City Campus

As part of their commitment to getting students through the pandemic in an academically successful way, Boston City Campus' board has committed to NO FEE INCREASE for the 2021 Semester A. Application and registration happens online, keeping you safe while readying yourself to achieve your goals.

While we recognise that people talk of ‘the new normal’ Boston does not believe that this life we are now living is normal in any way. Having to avoid physical contact with the ones you love, staying distant from friends family and colleagues, finding new ways to travel, to work and to study, as well as to earn a living – this is new, but it is far from normal.  

So what can we as educators do to help our students? Our move in 2019, from attending campus to online learning, application and registration happened seamlessly. We created new ways to maintain contact with students and lecturers, and to create the feeling that we area team, we all belong, and we are here for you, our students. As part of our commitment to getting students through the pandemic in an academically successful way, our board has committed to NO FEE INCREASE for the 2021 Semester A. Application and registration happens online, keeping you safe while readying yourself to achieve your goals. The pandemic will create a new world of work, remote shopping, remote learning and remote working, that may extend beyond the life of the virus. For this we must be prepared so that we can take advantage of opportunities to grow in our careers and our earning potential.

We have learned that perhaps we are not as secure as we felt, we may need to put in more effort, become more creative, and notice everyone around us with kindness. In order to overcome the chaos, we need to put plans in place that will give us security of some sorts, an edge over other job seekers, a flair for entrepreneurial activities.

One Boston graduate of the travel diploma, Ncumisa Mkabile is now growing spinach and supplying large chain stores! Ronica Maluleke Ngasama, brand ambassador graduate, recognised the need for deliveries of farm fresh goods, and established a successful business. So now is the time to apply and register for a qualification that will give you business understanding, financial savvy and a solid basis for running your own business in any industry.

Says Dr Hendrik Botha, Head of Institution, “Due to the Covid-19 socioeconomic impact, Boston will not be increasing tuition fees for Semester A 2021 registrations. Our commitment to continuously expand access to quality higher education is also evident in our “Invest in SA” campaign wherein up to a 33% subsidy is provided for all our
Higher Certificate programmes.

At Boston, our core benefits remain unchanged:

  • Textbooks and online learning experiences included.      
  • Student Advisors to help keep you motivated and on-track.           
  • Full-Time Educators to assist with academic support, tuition planning, student wellness, etc.       
  • Online LMS for access to video lectures, teaching & learning, assessments, feedback, etc. available 24/7.
  • Forty-five nationwide Support Centres for access to ICT, study & exam venues, if required.”

While we usually make new year’s resolutions, high and lofty, that fall flat by February, this year we advise our students to live a life of purpose. Instead of resolutions, create intentions. Don’t hold yourself to impossible dreams, but live with the intention of achieving your dreams step by step. In that way they are more attainable. And Boston will be with you to hep you achieve your academic goals, step by step and module by module, our aim is to see you graduate, whether on screen or on a stage. Either way get ready to put your name in lights!

Call now 011 551 2000, visit or email [email protected] for call back.

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How To Contact SASSA

How To Contact SASSA Sakinah Samuels Wed, 01/13/2021 - 10:19

Having trouble with SASSA, wanting to find out information about your grants or wanting to have your questions answered? Here's how to contact them.

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How To Apply For A Fashion Bursary Through FEDISA and TFG

How To Apply For A Fashion Bursary Through FEDISA and TFG Terrique Alie Wed, 01/13/2021 - 04:27

The Foschini Group (TFG) is a well-known fashion retail organisation based in Africa. TFG is one of South Africa's most independent chain-store groups with many other retail divisions that fall under their brand. For example; American Swiss, Markhams, Sportscene, Totalsport and many more. Every brand that is classified under TFG offers a distinctive proposition to its customers.

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Enrol At ATG For 2021 And Pay 2020 Prices!

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 03:59 Author Terrique Alie

The Academy Training Group (ATG) is a private training institution that was established in 1997. ATG has been providing a reliable service in the education and training industry. The academy is registered with the Department of Higher Education (DHET). ATG’s main purpose is to provide a comprehensive training service by providing training and knowledge at a professional level. All lecturers at the academy are fully equipped and qualified with the relevant qualifications. 

All training courses are designed to deliver maximum benefits in a specific area of today's ever-changing working environments. The academy not only offers school-leavers and students with the necessary skills they need but they also provide on-site developmental programmes and short courses to business leaders. 

ATG has received national and international accreditation from the following institutions:

  2. Fasset SETA
  3. IEB
  4. Institute for certified bookkeepers (ICB)
  5. Mict SETA
  6. Provider for national skills fund
  7. Services SETA


What can you expect from the short courses provided at ATG?

ATG offers a variety of training courses to students and business professionals. These courses are led by experts that are knowledgeable, have hands-on commercial experience and excellent communication skills. All short courses are held on-site which means that ATG will travel to your business saving you the time and money. ATG provides you with flexibility and is available to  various size companies. You will have the opportunity to choose from one-on-one coaching, small group sessions or medium-sized sessions for groups or departments. The duration for each course will be adapted to meet your business objective and the necessary requirements will be discussed with you by a training consultant. 

Learnerships provided by ATG:

All learnerships are structured programmes that combine theory and practical skills gained in a working environment. When learners are accepted to complete a learnership, they are studying towards obtaining a qualification which is registered with the National Qualifications Framework. Upon completing the learnership, a mutual agreement is made by the learner, employer and accredited training provider for the duration of the learnership programme. 

Training includes but are not limited to the following courses:

  • Information and communication technology
  • Office administration
  • Business management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial accounting
  • Public sector accounting
  • Foundational learning competencies
  • Education and training
  • Administration
  • Management
  • Business ventures


If this appeals to you, you can now register yourself for 2021 and claim 2020 prices and receive up to 50% discount on all courses for a limited time only.  To enquire more information, you can visit their website or call 079 857 2145.

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IT Consultant Vacancy

Terrique Alie Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 02:52

Autopilot is a Cape Town based Workflow Automation company specialising in helping companies to onboarding new Vendors more efficiently. We are looking to employ an Intermediate IT professional to join our expanding SaaS development team. The position would be partly client facing and partly backend work.

Opportunity Details

The role requires a dynamic/adaptive individual, who can create user information solutions by developing, implementing, and maintaining Web Based Applications. The Autopilot team will source new clients and you will be expected to liaise with the client to get an understanding of the clients current process which is usually sending a PDF to their prospective clients. You will then use the Autopilot ‘form builder’ to build solutions for clients. You will be given thorough training by our team.


  • IT degree, diploma or passion for IT


  • Advantageous: 1 year experience
  • Design and develop user interfaces for Internet applications


  • Web languages (.NET {C#}, CSS, HTML, JavaScript) but not essential


  • The company is Cape Town based, so a candidate based in Cape Town would be preferable but not a prerequisite.
  • Starting date is ASAP, there would be a 3 month probation period


Simply click on this link to apply for this vacancy.

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Shift Tomorrow Learnerships

Terrique Alie Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 02:35

Help young South Africans reach their full potential. Shift Tomorrow is a bi-annual campaign where The Knowledge Trust proactively supports young South Africans in advancing their career.

Opportunity Details

In our fifth edition, we will provide free access to online courses, assessments, interview tips, mock interviews and more to help our members access Learnerships. These are structured learning and earning programmes designed to bridge the skills and income.

Read more

For young people

Young people will be invited to created their Learnership profiles via WhatsApp. Once the profiles have been completed, you’ll be invited to partake in 4 quick assessments – also via WhatsApp. Complete all the assessments and you’ll get access to the free and zero-rated Learnership Work Readiness Programme developed by TSIBA.

On WhatsApp

Through WhatsApp, young people will be able to build a professional online profile and verify their skills in four quick assessments.Once all the assessments are complete, they’ll get access to a free and zero-rated Learnership Work Readiness Programme developed by TSIBA Ignition Academy.

TSIBA Work readiness

In partnership with TSIBA Ignition Academy, members will get access to a free, zero-rated and fully online Learnership work readiness programme. The content is specifically designed to give young people the best possible chance at getting and thriving in a Learnership.

For employers

Companies who run learnerships simultaneously tackle our education and unemployment crises whilst building a strong pipeline of great young talent for their organisation.These programmes can also be funded by SETA and contribute to the development of your BBBEE scorecard.

For training providers

What-you-put-in is what-you-get-out: The quality of the learners that are recruited into a Learnership are predictors of the success of the programme as a whole. Our process ensures that 10s of 1000s of young South Africans are assessed, trained and then reassessed before inviting them to apply for Learnerships through The Knowledge Trust platform.



Simply click on this link to find out more about this learnership opportunity and to apply.

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Majuba TVET College 2021 Registrations Are Open

Tuesday, January 12, 2021 - 17:21 Author Sakinah Samuels

Registrations for the 2021 academic year are now open at Majuba TVET College. Majuba TVET College offers a wide variety of courses as well as leadership programmes at their eight campuses.

Registrations for the 2021 academic year are now open at Majuba TVET College. Majuba TVET College offers a wide variety of courses as well as leadership programmes at their eight campuses.

Registration Dates

All new students (Business Studies N4, NCV Level 2 and Engineering N1) programmes will finalize their registration on 18 -21 January 2021.

All returning students of Engineering Studies N2, N3, N4, N5 and N6; and NCV Level 3 and Level 4 will finalize their registration on 05 -10 February 2021.

Dundee Technology Centre

  • Financial Management N6 12 January
  • Management Assistant N6 12 January
  • Farming Management N6 13 January
  • Human Resources N6 13 January
  • Financial Management N5 14 January
  • Management Assistant N5 14 January
  • Farming Management N5 15 January
  • Human Resources N5 15 January
  • Introductory Business Studies N4 18 January
  • N4 Programmes 18 January

IT & Business Campus

  • Financial Management N6 12 January
  • Management Assistant N6 12 January
  • Farming Management N6 13 January
  • Public Management N6 13 January
  • Hospitality & Catering N6 13 January
  • Financial Management N5 14 January
  • Management Assistant N5 14 January
  • Farming Management N5 15 January
  • Public Management N5 15 January
  • Hospitality & Catering N5 15 January
  • Introductory Business Studies N4 18 January
  • N4 Programmes 18 January

Centre for People Development

  • Financial Management N5 12 January
  • Financial Management N6 13 January
  • Human Resources N5 14 January
  • Human Resources N6 18 January
  • Public Management N5 19 January
  • Introductory Business Studies N4 20 January
  • N4 Programmes 20 January

Students are also able to return their textbooks, collect their academic results, receive and sign their proof of registration and enrolment form, sign their NSFAS addendum and take their student cards on these days.

Students are advised to strictly follow the staggered dates approach and to adhere to Campus Access and Security Control measures to curb the spread of Covid-19.

For more information, click here.

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Will NSFAS Fund My Online Studies?

Tuesday, January 12, 2021 - 15:15 Author Lauren Chawula

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme, better known as NSFAS, offers bursaries to South African students who plan to study at public universities and TVET colleges. Continue reading to find out if they fund online studies. 

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme, better known as NSFAS, offers bursaries to South African students who plan to study at public universities and TVET colleges. They cover funding for registration, tuition and allowances.  

You may be wondering if they fund students who pursue online studies.

The answer is yes they do but only if you're doing a full-time programme or university degree at a public university or TVET College. 

They fund students who are enrolled at the University of South Africa (Unisa) which is a distance e-learning university. Unisa offers many courses online which can be funded by NSFAS. 

However, NSFAS does not fund any short courses or short-term degrees administered online and they also don't fund any online degrees offered at private colleges. 

The requirements for NSFAS are as follows:

  • You're a South African citizen
  • If you're a SASSA grant recipient, you qualify for funding
  • Person with disability: Combined household income must not be more than R600 000 per year

Application results will be communicated to all applicants once NSFAS received confirmation from the Institution that an academic offer has been made to you.

Once approved for the bursary, the only requirement to stay funded is that students need to pass their modules. However, NSFAS does give grace in case something happens and allows students to fail one year and still be funded. 

For more information on NSFAS visit there site,

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Latest Bursaries

Bushbuckridge Local Municipality is hereby inviting new students who qualify for bursary assistance to apply for one of the fields below.

Pilanesberg Platinum Mines invites students to apply for their 2021 Bursary Programme.

Students in the following fields are invited to apply:

  • 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.


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: