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SPAR YES4Youth Opportunity

Bronwyn Monday, 31 May, 2021 - 08:22

You are invited to apply to join the YES4Youth programme with SPAR South Africa.

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Opportunity Details

SPAR offers rewarding careers in the fields of sales, finance, marketing, logistics, information technology and human resources. 

We are constantly on the lookout for people with the right skills and attitude to join our SPAR family.

Requirements:

  • South African Citizen;
  • Must be 18 - 28 years old;
  • currently unemployed,
  • passed Matric;
  • FET qualification advantageous;
  • clear criminal record;
  • should not have participated in +8months with YES4Youth previously;
  • be able to commit to the full 12-month work program.

Your application does not guarantee selection for the YES program. You are still required to undergo a JumpStart training, work experience and SPAR/BuildIt interview process.

NB: The program is at no cost to you. Catalyx / SPAR YES, does NOT charge any fees for the programme.

  HOW TO APPLY

Applications close on 18 June 2021. No late applications will be accepted. Should you not get a response after 3-months, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Confidential Disclaimer:
We take the security of personal data very seriously and as such Catalyx / SPAR strictly adhere to the POPI Act of SA. Your personal information will only be used for the JumpStart and YES program training and recruitment purposes.CLICK HERE FOR THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM

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Country Moves To Level 2 With New Restrictions

Sunday, 30 May, 2021 - 19:14 Author Alan Hammond

Fears of a third wave of Covid-19 spreading across the country has lead the government to move the country back up to Level 2 of the national lockdown.  President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed the country with another 'family meeting' where he has outlined the new restrictions that have been put in place to attempt to slow the spread of the disease.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has spoken to the country again, reminiscing about the last time he spoke - 2 months ago when cases were dropping after the second wave and restrictions could be relaxed.

Things aren't as good now with confirmed cases increasing and the number of positive cases amongst the total rising to more than 10%. In Gauteng, North West and the Northern Cape the increase in cases has been such that the areas are already technically in a third wave.  The possibility exists that cases could grow similarly in other provinces as well.

As a result of this threat of a third wave spreading across the country the national Cabinet has decided to move the country back to Level 2 of national lockdown. The hours of curfew have been changed to 11pm - 4am. This means that venues like restaurants, bars and clubs must close at 10pm so that their staff can get home before the curfew starts.

The limit for indoor gatherings has been reduced to 100 people and for outdoor gatherings it is 250 people. When venues are small their total capacity must be no more than 50% of their maximum capacity.

The President reminded everyone that wearing masks when in public is still compulsory.

 

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NSFAS Denies Responsibility for Death of TVET Student

Sunday, 30 May, 2021 - 15:16 Author Alan Hammond

26-year-old Yonwaba Manyanya passed away this week and on social media her tragic death was blamed on the  student funding body NSFAS. The organisation has released a statement to clarify the status of her studies.

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News of the tragic death of a 26-year-old woman from Durban this week was widely spread on social media this week by her friends and youth activists.  It was announced that she was evicted from her accommodation because she could no longer pay her rent.

The woman was named as Yonwaba Manyanya and identified as a student at the eThwekini TVET College where she had been studying engineering.

Sibongile Mncwabe, Chief Corporate Services Officer for NSFAS told Careers Portal that they are aware of the untimely passing of Yonwaba and they send condolences to her family.

"There are allegations in the public domain that NSFAS has delayed paying allowances to cover the cost of accommodation on time and that Ms. Manyanya subsequently suffered from fatigue and hunger while living on the streets as a consequence of this delay. These allegations are factually incorrect, based on information we have, and that the college has." 
 
Mncwabe explained that while their record show that Ms Manyana was funded by them in 2020, she was not registered at the eThekweni TVET College for 2021. It appears that she had not met the progression requirements for her course - meaning that she had not passed last year so was not able to re-register for this year.
 
"She is part of a group of students whose progression status was continuously being queried with the college," explained the NSFAS manager in a statement.
 
The fact that NSFAS was not required to fund the student for this academic year was not a sufficient argument to placate the trade union federation SAFTU. 
 
"That NSFAS was not funding Yonwaba this academic year, does not absolve it," the organisation said in a statement. "If anything, this is an indictment on NSFAS and the whole fees-grant model which has been preferred by the 'communist' minister, policy makers and treasury," they said in reference to Minster Blade Nzimande who is responsible for Higher Education and also leader of the SA Communist Party.
 
"Even if Yonwaba did not starve to death because of NSFAS delaying paying the grant to her, where are many stranded students across the country, include at eThwekini TVET, who are suffering because of delays by NSFAS to pay grants three months into the semester".
 
"How do students study on empty stomachs? How do students study without textbooks?"

SAFTU's Full Statement
  
In their official statement NSFAS decried the fact that the sad death of student was being exploited. "NSFAS and eThekwini TVET College shared communication to the Department of Higher Education and Training explaining Ms. Manyanya’s funding status. The facts of the communication clear NSFAS of any connection to this tragic incident. It is unfortunate that this tragic incident is being used inaccurately and unfairly in an insensitive manner to the family and to defame NSFAS. This misleading, unfortunate and opportunistic approach is viewed in contempt by NSFAS and individuals spreading this inaccurate communication should be ashamed".
 
"NSFAS continues to be highly sensitive to the wide-ranging and essential needs of students and together with institutions, we prioritise the financial wellbeing of NSFAS funded students. We once again pass our condolences to the Manyanya Family," concluded the NSFAS statement.

There has been no official comment from the Department of Higher Education and Training of the eThekweni TVET College. Careers Portal will continue to try to get comment and will publish this if and when it is received.

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Learners Fall Ill From Feeding Scheme Meals

Sunday, 30 May, 2021 - 11:28 Author Lauren Chawula

A feeding scheme at a school in Mamelodi has recently been blamed for the alleged food poisoning of over 100 children who fell sick allegedly after eating food provided by the feeding scheme.

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Parents of students at Vlakfontein Secondary School in Mamelodi have said they fear for their children's lives after many students allegedly fell ill due to eating food provided by the school's feeding scheme. 

About 111 students from the school were taken to health facilities on Wednesday, 19 May 2021 following suspected food poisoning. Authorities at the school said that the students were complaining of running stomachs and abdominal discomfort when the school day commenced. It is reported that majority of the students affected were Grade 12 students. 

"Environmental health practitioners collected food samples from the school for testing. The last meal the learners had from the school was on Tuesday, according to the school authorities,” said department spokesperson Charles Mabaso. 

Parents accuse the management of the school of failing to inform them on time about what happened to their children when they ate the food from the feeding scheme and started getting ill and needing medical attention. One parent told eNCA that it was concerning that the children were taken to medical facilities where people were ill and possibly had Covid-19. 

Mamelodi EFF members are standing with these parents and are demanding that they receive answers and accountability for what happened. Leaders Pretty Morudu and PR councillor Grace Silaule led the group that approached the school's management. They say that students did not want to eat from this feeding scheme because it was not the first time that it had caused them to get sick. 

Pretoria News was also shown a video which shows the students at the school gate asking to be let out so that they could get food from home or buy food outside of the school but the gate was locked. 

Morudu says that the most frustrating part of the incident was that parents were not informed urgently, rather they had to find out from students after school. 

"We want the department to ensure the school allows pupils to go out to buy food from the vendors who used to earn a living by trading at the school many years ago.

“What we do not want is to deal with similar incidents, and for parents to only find out when pupils get home because the principal did not report this on time,” Morudu said.

Department of Education spokesperson Steve Mabona said that investigations were underway to find out what led to the students needing medical attention after eating food from the feeding scheme. 

Mabona says that the school has never received any complaint of such an incident before however Morudu says that the previous incident was not as aggressive as this one. 

The feeding scheme at the school has been temporarily shut down as investigations continue. 

 

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UFS Uses ConnectYard For Official Communications

Sunday, 30 May, 2021 - 10:19 Author Lauren Chawula

If you're a student at the University of Free State, then you need to register for ConnectYard to receive important module communications as well as official messages from your university. 

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The University of the Free State (UFS) is now making use of a new platform to provide students with important communications and official messages from the university. This platform is called ConnectYard and it delivers timely Blackboard notifications to students via their WhatsApp account or their personal email. 

Students will be able to receive announcements from their Blackboard modules and lecturers on WhatsApp and email about urgent changes, reminders and important information regarding their modules. 

The only thing needed for students to receive these communications on this platform is for them to register for ConnectYard, data rates will also apply when receiving notifications on Whatsapp or via email. 

UFS will have sent students communications via how to videos and other resources with regards to how to set up and use ConnectYard. 

How To Register For ConnectYard
  • Click here to create an account on ConnectYard 
  • Create an account by entering your details and creating a password
  • Click 'Submit'
  • On the next page you may then choose the language in which you would like to communicate
  • Click 'Next'
  • Click on either the Whatsapp or Email 
  • Then enter your details for each platform, you will need a valid email address and WhatsApp number.
  • You will receive a verification code to these accounts which you provided and then you are required to enter this on the site. 
  • Click 'Verify' then 'Next'
  • On the next page you may choose how frequently you would like to receive communications. 
  • Click 'Save'
  • Lastly you can upload a profile picture and then click 'Next' to complete your registration. 

 

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When To Collect Unisa Graduation Certificates

Sunday, 30 May, 2021 - 09:45 Author Lauren Chawula

If you've recently completed your studies at Unisa, you may be wondering when you should expect to receive your official statements and graduation certificates. Keep reading to find out. 

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Unisa is an Open Distance Learning (ODL) university which allows students to pursue their studies by using online resources and study materials provided by Unisa themself. They offer many certificates, degrees and diplomas at the bachelor, master and doctoral levels. 

If you've reached the end of your academic journey with Unisa, congratulations! Now the next step is receiving your official statements and graduation certificate to prove that you've completed your qualification. 

Unisa has recently released the venues which you can visit to collect your certificates. 

The university has stated that certificates will be available for collection from Monday 24 May 2021. 

Students will be informed via SMS of the date, time and venue where they can collect their certificate. They will be required to present their identification document/passport. Unisa has stated that there is no need for students to make appointments to collect their documents. 

Students can collect their certificates at the following venues: 
  • Muckleneuk Campus, Pretoria: You will receive an SMS with the collection dates  
  • Mbombela: 3 - 5 June 2021
  • Polokwane: 3 - 5 June 2021  
  • Bloemfontein: 3 - 5 June 2021
  • East London: 24 - 26 June 2021
  • Cape Town: 23 - 26 June 2021  
  • Durban: 8 - 12 June 2021  

Due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the graduation ceremony at Unisa will be held virtually at the end of July 2021 and students should expect communications regarding this via SMS and the Graduation website. 

 

Official statements & graduation certificates: https://t.co/WnKZ7xYhS6

— Unisa (@unisa) May 28, 2021

 

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R350 Grant Appeals Will Close Tomorrow

Sunday, 30 May, 2021 - 09:20 Author Lauren Chawula

If your application for the Special R350 Covid-19 SRD grant has been declined, you are encouraged to appeal before tomorrow when the deadline for appeals will close. 

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The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) introduced the Special R350 COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant to provide relief to individuals over the age of 18, who had lost their jobs or could not find jobs due to Covid-19. 

They recently announced that those who have applied for the SRD grant but were not approved in the months of February and April 2021, have until 31 May 2021 to lodge an appeal on their website. They have emphasized that no appeals will be accepted after this date. 

How To Send Your Appeal
  1. Go to the SRD Grant website
  2. Scroll down to 'Application for reconsideration'
  3. Click on the yellow bar
  4. Fill in the required fields

When lodging an appeal, applicants are requested to provide reasons why they think the SASSA decision was incorrect or provide motivation when lodging their complaints.

SASSA will relay the outcome of the appeal through an SMS to applicants.

How To Track Your Appeal
  1. Go to the SRD Grant website
  2. Scroll down to 'Application for reconsideration'
  3. Click on the yellow bar
  4. Fill in the required fields
  5. You will now be able to view your information

Those who have been approved for the R350 SRD grant but have not yet received payment will still get paid. Applicants are encouraged to contact SASSA offices if they have not yet received their social grant payments.

Applicants who have been approved will receive payments from the month in which they applied. They are encouraged to check their application status regularly in the event of no payment. 

Click here to find out what the qualifying criteria is for the grant. 

 

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Government Launches School Safety Intervention Initiative

Saturday, 29 May, 2021 - 12:32 Author Raigan Cloete

The Department of Basic Education has started embarking on a nationwide school safety intervention initiative. The initiative is aimed at addressing school violence, bullying, drug use, and social ills, which directly impact educational outcomes.

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The Basic Education Department announced that they partnered with sister departments, key stakeholders, and social partners for the school safety intervention initiative, in an effort to stop bullying involving learners, school staff members, and sometimes community members.

The “School Safety - Violence, and Bullying Prevention Initiatives” strive to mobilise learners, teachers, parents, and key stakeholders in promoting a safe learning environment for good quality education and motivate community involvement in schools to prevent incidents of bullying and violence. 

Bullying can have a direct impact on educational outcomes as it causes depression, low self-esteem, anxiety, suicide, absenteeism, low academic performance, and school dropout.

The initiative requires engagement with the School Management Teams and SGBs on reporting and taking proactive steps to handle disruptive incidents if and when they arise. 

This programme hopes to emphasize the importance, of playing an active role in school activities, to parents. The programme will also aim to equip the parents with tools for effective monitoring and management of bullying.

The government departments and key stakeholders have joined to provide services such as health screening, psycho-social, career guidance, and ID registration for learners who are eligible. 

Government is embarking on a nationwide school safety intervention initiative aimed at addressing bullying, violence, drug use and other social ills which have a direct impact on educational outcomes. The 1st roadshow takes place at Tshepana Primary tomorrow at 11@ElijahMhlanga pic.twitter.com/KXpxFUE9Mt

— Dep. Basic Education (@DBE_SA) May 27, 2021

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Will NSFAS Pay For Rosebank College Courses?

Saturday, 29 May, 2021 - 11:44 Author Raigan Cloete

Are you interested in studying at Rosebank College and wondering if NSFAS covers the tuition fees? Well, keep on reading to find out if they do.

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Rosebank College is a private institution that is part of the Independent Institute of Education (IIE). The educational brand is the leading registered provider of private higher education in the country.

Rosebank College offers a variety of degrees, diplomas, and higher certificates. 

Three faculties are available at the college, namely Business, Information Technology, and Applied Humanities. The college offers full-time, part-time, and distance learning courses. 

Tuition support is also provided for select Open Learning programmes. Skills-based courses are offered in Tourism and Hospitality from the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality.

Rosebank College is accredited by the British Accreditation Council, which is an internationally recognised quality assurance agency. The council is an independent authority in the United Kingdom that accredits private providers such as Greece, Singapore, Switzerland, Mauritius, India, and the United Arab Emirates.

Students registered at the institution may be assured that the IIE learning experience meets the international best practice standards.

Unfortunately, NSFAS does not cover the costs of private colleges, so those at Rosebank College are not eligible for funding from NSFAS. The college does however provide students with affordable finance options to help them reach their goals at a leading college.

Click here to find out more about Rosebank College.

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Equal Education Complete Fact-Finding Process Into Drowning of Pupil

Saturday, 29 May, 2021 - 10:23 Author Raigan Cloete

Following the tragic death of Eastern Cape pupil Avethandwa Nokhangela, Equal Education implemented a fact-finding process which was managed by the Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) which was set to conclude on Friday 28 May.

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The organisation announced that an independent panel was appointed to review the fact-finding process handled by the EELC and to discover the circumstances around the drowning of Avethandwa.

The 15-year-old was a learner member of Equal Education. Unfortunately, while at a leadership camp at Palm Springs, which was held by the organisation, Avethandwa drowned. 

According to Equal Education, the independent panel consisted of highly experienced advocates. Tembeka Ngcukaitobi SC, Frances Hobden, and Lunga Siyo sat on the panel and conducted the investigation.

The independent panel were responsible for the following:

  • Review the information which was compiled through the fact-finding process conducted by the EELC. The information included the final report and statements.
  • Understand what took place during the accident.
  • Interviewed staff at Equal Education and students who were present at the leadership camp.
  • Recommend possible restorative justice processes between pupil’s family and Equal Education.
  • Provide findings and recommendations related to the organisation and the accountability or remedial measures that need to be taken.

The organisation stated that the independent investigation report will be handed over to the National Council of Equal Education to consider the steps forward. 

However, due to the subject matter concerning minors, the organisation could not confirm whether the report would be published.

“We want to express again how very sorry we are for the horrible pain that Avethandwa’s family is in,” said Equal Education.

The organisation stated that “Supporting her family has been and continues to be our priority, and our deep care for her family and for our members, and our commitment to accountability, have guided all our efforts at this very painful time.”

“We believe that the compassionate approach – which was to prioritise support to the grieving family, learners and our staff – was the correct one in the circumstances. We also chose to respect Avethandwa’s family’s request for space after laying her to rest.”

“Not only would divulging details in these circumstances have been insensitive and uncaring; it would prejudice the EELC’s fact-finding inquiry and the work of the independent panel,” said the organisation.

Avethandwa’s family did not issue any statements for the fact-finding process, however, they were willing to participate in the independent investigation.

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No R350 Grant Appeals Will Be Accepted After 31 May

Saturday, 29 May, 2021 - 09:15 Author Raigan Cloete

If your application for the Special COVID-19 SRD grant has been declined, be sure to appeal before the closing date. Keep reading to find out how to appeal and how to track your appeal.

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The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has recently announced that no appeal applications will be accepted after the closing date, which is 31 May 2021.

Applicants who were declined for the R350 grant between February 2021 and April 2021 are encouraged to appeal by visiting the SASSA website to be reconsidered.

How To Lodge An Appeal For The R350 Grant?
  1. Go to the SRD Grant website
  2. Scroll down to 'Application for reconsideration'
  3. Click on the yellow bar
  4. Fill in the required fields

Once you have lodged your appeal, you are allowed to track your appeal on the SASSA website by following the steps below.

How To Track Appeal?
  1. Go to the SRD Grant website
  2. Scroll down to 'Click here to apply online or check reconsideration status'
  3. Click on the yellow bar
  4. Fill in the required fields
  5. You will now be able to view your application status.

In order to qualify for the R350 grant, the applicant will need to be over the age of 18, unemployed, and not receiving any grant from the government.

Click here to find out what the qualifying criteria is for the grant.

Cut-off date for special Covid-19 SRD grant appeals.

The appeal period closes on 31 May 2021, no appeals will be accepted after this date. pic.twitter.com/RrM3XIBDXD

— SASSA (@OfficialSASSA) May 27, 2021

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Student Debt Crisis Continues To Plague South African Youth

Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 13:23 Author Lerato Botha

With the March 2021 protests against university student debts, it has become clear that few changes have been made to correct the ongoing issue around tertiary education funding. 

 

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At the beginning of the 2021 academic year, university students all across the country were faced with the inconvenience of unpaid loans and uncleared debts. This resulted in their inability to re-register at universities despite having met the academic requirements.The debt crisis is a common issue amongst South African youth and it continues to afflict students each year.

The year of 2021 was no different, with protests across the country having erupted in March against the problem of academic exclusion due to unpaid historical debts. The Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande had announced a plan in early March to decrease the amount of government resources that would go towards NSFAS funding. From thereon, the fire that once ignited the #FeesMustFall movement of 2015 manifested into the #WitsAsinamali campaign.

The protests then spread to universities all across the country, with students urging institutions to clear all historical debt for academically eligible students, and for national student funding to be increased.

The resurrection of these protests forced students to recognise the lack of institutional change in the area of tertiary education funding. This was not the first time that protests around the student debt crisis had arisen. The #FeesMustFall movement of 2015 is an earlier example of a call for more affordable education.

Six years later, the issue of affordable education still stands, with many institutions still charging full tuition despite the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many to work through online learning.

The 2021 protests ended with registration dates being extended, and students being granted the opportunity to register regardless of historical debt. However, the core issue for students remains that tertiary education is still not affordable for the average South African youth.

Therefore, the potential for even more protest in future remains likely, as institutions have only managed to provide a temporary solution to an ongoing problem.

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Department Launches Anti-Bullying Drive

Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 12:32 Author Simbongile Makanda

The passing of 15 year old Lufuno Mavhunga has given government a wake up call about bullying at schools. 

 

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The Department of Basic Education has launched a new nationwide anti-bullying drive to raise awareness about bullying and its effects on learners. 

The late Lufuno took her life after footage of her bullying attack went viral on social media. The video and Lufuno's passing caused public outcry, as the public took to social media to call on the Department of Basic Education to step in and address bullying. 

A 14 year old learner, accused of bullying Lufuno, was then arrested and appeared in court on charges of assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm. 

Regional Communication Manager at the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), Mashudu Malabi-Dzangi confirmed that the 14 year old learner will appear in court in June,

“The child in conflict with the law has appeared at the Thohoyandou Magistrates Court on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The bail was extended and the case was postponed to June 29 for further investigations,”

Members of Parliament have come forward with comments calling for more action to be taken to put an end to bullying at schools.

DA Shadow Minister for Social Development said bullying affects 3.2 million young South Africans every year.

Dr Suzan Thembekwayo of the EFF and Mthokozisi Nxumalo of the IFP shared their thoughts about bullying at schools. 

"There must be a dedicated social programme to remove drugs and alcohol in schools and discourage them as a youth culture."

"The threat of criminal sanction and a permanent criminal record must serve as a wakeup call to the other pupils. One incident can change their entire lives"

The Department of Basic Education said it is working with its social partners to collaborate and have an effective anti-bullying strategy going forward. 

"We are rolling out a programme geared towards school safety, violence and bullying prevention initiatives. This programme is envisaged to be rolled out annually to raise awareness." said Basic Education Deputy Minister, Reginah Mhaule.

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Will TVET College Students Get Laptops From NSFAS?

Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 11:02 Author Lerato Botha

TVET College students funded by NSFAS will be eligible to receive loan laptops from NSFAS by ordering them through their Online Order portal.

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April of 2021 saw the first batch of loan laptops being received by NSFAS after they had announced in January that they were expecting the laptop rollout to begin in March. Laptop distribution, however, only began making its way to public institutions all over the country after their initial receipt in April.

It is common knowledge that public university students supported by NSFAS funding are eligible for the receipt of NSFAS loan laptops. With TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) Colleges also falling under the public institution sphere, they too are supported by NSFAS funding, and hence, students at TVET Colleges are also granted the opportunity to order laptops through NSFAS.

Just as is done in public universities, students at TVET colleges are afforded the possibility to order laptops through the online application option. NSFAS funded students receive a once-off annual learning material allowance of about R5 200 dedicated to the purchase of textbooks, learning supplies, and laptops. 

NSFAS students are also granted the option to not request a loan laptop if they do not require one. However, if a student does request a laptop through the online portal, an amount from around R3 000 onwards can be deducted from this allowance to go towards the laptop loan payment.

TVET College and public university students alike can follow the same instructions to order a laptop on loan from NSFAS. Registered students that have already been approved for funding are simply required to go to the NSFAS website, then from there, go to myNSFAS and without logging in, they will see a prompt that allows them to place an order for a laptop. Thereafter, the student can follow the instructions for making an order.

The only requirements to make an order includes; the student's ID number, a student number, the student's contact details, the name of the institution where the student is completing their studies, the name of the student's campus, and the student's home address. The option to order laptops online remains open as of May 2021.

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Learnership Opportunities for People With Disabilities

Simbongile Makanda Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 11:01

Are you living with a disability? All you need is a grade 10! 

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Opportunity Details

Earn an income and gain an accredited qualification NOW! Tusanang, a diverse and inclusive employer is offering a Business Admin Learnership to 90 deserving youth in Limpopo.

You will have the chance to gain paid work experience as well as an NQF 2 in Business Administration. The start date is on the 7th of June, so hurry before applications close! Apply now

Click here to apply Opportunity Closing Date Monday, 7 June, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Tusanang Article Categories Article Category Learnerships 2021 Tags Tags

Do You Want To Transfer To FEDISA Fashion School? Now You Can

Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 10:21 Author Terrique Faro

Students that will successfully complete their first year fashion studies and wish to transfer to FEDISA Fashion School may now apply for second year transfer consideration.
 

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SECOND YEAR TRANSFERS WELCOME 

Want to transfer to FEDISA Fashion School? Now you can.

Mail [email protected] for your second year application pack or visit the FEDISA campus nearest to you to discuss your transfer options, today!

Find out more here.

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Transport Planning And Management International Scholarship

Bronwyn Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 09:11

The Lund University in Sweden is inviting applications from suitable candidates for the Public Sector Innovation Programme - Innovation for Change in Public Transport funded by the Swedish Institute. 

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Opportunity Details SWEDEN: Innovation for Change in Public Transport 2021-2022

The programme aims to empower individuals representing the actors in public as well as private organisations so that they can work together for a renewal of public transport systems and thereby contribute to sustainable cities and communities.

The programme also seeks to contribute to innovation in the public sector and supports the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.

The programme is mainly online with one week in Sweden during spring 2022 and participation is free of charge.

Degree level
  • Capacity building programme.

Deadlines

  • The deadline for applications is 10 June 2021.

 

Fields of Study
  • Transport planning and management.
  • The programme consists of five thematic modules; each module giving the participants knowledge about leadership, innovation, innovation work and its contexts. 
  HOW TO APPLY

Applicants must:

  • Be public servants and decision-makers at central, regional or local level, professionals in leading positions, working with transport planning and management, mobility, accessibility issues in the public sector.
  • Have at least 2 years of professional experience in the relevant area of the programme.
  • Be between 30-55 years of age.
  • Be from South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria and Uganda.
  • Be proficient in English.
  • Have the time to dedicate to the programme.
  • Women are encouraged to apply.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW AND APPLY

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Fund Your Degree In Fashion With FEDISA Fashion School

Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 09:10 Author Terrique Faro

FEDISA Fashion School has partnered with Student Hero and now offers a wide range of funding options for students who wish to pursue their dreams.

Student Hero is a single point of contact to multiple Educational Funding Options. Let Student Hero make your funding trouble-free, worry-free, for free.

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IMAGINE A BA DEGREE IN FASHION

FEDISA has proven that the days of fashion schools training glorified seamstresses are over. The modern fashion institute must prepare its graduates for the enormous diversity of career opportunities that are available in today’s dynamic world of fashion. Herein FEDISA has been shown to be remarkably successful as the list of FEDISA graduates in the global industry keeps growing.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

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Club Magazine Is Giving Away Bursaries Worth 2 Million Rand

Club Magazine Is Giving Away Bursaries Worth 2 Million Rand Terrique Faro Fri, 28/05/2021 - 08:27

Every year, Club Magazine subscribers stand a chance to receive R2 million worth of bursaries, courtesy of Club Magazine and the Educor group.

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Bursary Opportunity At Tshipi e Ntle Manganese

Bronwyn Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 08:23

Tshipi e Ntle Manganese mine wants to award bursaries to students that are currently studying towards a mining industry related qualification at any of the SA universities or University of Technologies.

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Opportunity Details

Students from JTD District Municipal area and dependents of Tshipi e Ntle Manganese mine employees.

Requirements

  • South African Citizen
  • Senior Certificate with acceptance at a tertiary institution.
  • Second year student with an aggregate of 60% for major subjects in the first year
  • Matric certificate 
  HOW TO APPLY
  • Copy of ID
  • A short motivation and attach a proof if available
  • An abbreviated CV
  • Proof of residence
  • Proof of acceptance at a tertiary institution
  • A statement of first year results from the institution.
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