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IT Internship Opportunity At Icebolethu Group

Bronwyn Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 08:14

Are you an IT Boffin? Icebolethu is looking for a motivated , ambitious and hardworking Intern who is looking for a footstep into cyber security space.

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Opportunity Details

Cyber security Personal

  • Basic principles of cyber security management
  • Risk management
  • Corporate governance, policies and the regulatory environment
  • Cyber security culture
  • Cyber security architecture
  • Compliance management
  • Incident management

2. Designer

  • Development software
  • Webpage design
  • System software
  • Information systems
  • Technical Programming

Minimum qualification

National Diploma or Degree in IT

  HOW TO APPLY

Ensure you meet the minimum requirements as described above
It will always be expected for the individual to conduct themselves in a professional manner
The closing date is Friday, 31 May 2021 at 17:00 pm.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW CONTACT EMAIL AND APPLY Opportunity Closing Date Monday, 31 May, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Icebolethu Group Article Categories Article Category Internships 2021 Tags Tags

Marketing Internship Opportunity At MyBroadBand

Bronwyn Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 08:07

MyBroadband is looking for a recent graduate or person with junior-level experience to join the company's marketing and account management department.

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Opportunity Details

This is an excellent opportunity for somebody interested in client and campaign management, and online marketing. MyBroadband offers a great work environment and awesome perks, and all the training you need to grow your career.

This position also offers you an excellent opportunity to enter the exciting field of online media.

Requirements
  • University degree
  HOW TO APPLY

Broad Media is home to South Africa’s leading news websites, including MyBroadband, BusinessTech, and TopAuto.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW AND APPLY ONLINE

 

Opportunity Closing Date Monday, 31 May, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity MyBroadBand Article Categories Article Category Internships 2021 Tags Tags

Where To Study Electrical Engineering In South Africa

Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 07:49 Author Terrique Faro

Electrical engineering in simple terms focuses mainly on electronic circuitry. Electrical engineering dates back to the 19th century and has since evolved into a number of specialised categories, which includes power generation and transmission systems, motors, transistors and control systems.

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What exactly does an electrical engineer do?

Engineers work with both technology and electricity. They work on a wide range of components, devices and systems that vary from tiny microchips to huge machinery.

Is Electrical Engineering a good career?

The answer is yes! An electrical engineer is someone that designs and develops new electrical systems, resolves problems and tests the equipment. Engineers work with a diverse range of technological devices which includes: household appliances, lighting, wiring, telecommunication systems, electrical power stations and satellite communications.

Students learn by applying their knowledge through practical application. They learn how to identify and analyse problems and create innovative solutions to these problems. This allows them to visualise the overall concept and then apply their ideas in various real-life situations or scenarios. 

What Skills Do You Need To Become An Engineer?
  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Problem solving skills 
  • Strong analytical skills 
  • Design skills and knowledge
  • Technological knowledge
Skills needed to become an Electrical Engineer:
  • Mining, minerals and engineering industry
  • System engineering
  • Software development
  • Advanced control systems
  • IT departments in banks
  • Insurance companies
List Of Institutions Where Students Can Study Electrical Engineering In South Africa:
  • Stellenbosch University
  • Cape Peninsula University Of Technology
  • UNISA
  • College SA
  • College of Cape Town
  • False Bay College TVET
  • Northlink College
  • South African Business & Technology Institute
  • WITS University
  • Vaal University Of Technology

 

In order to study electrical engineering, you need to have an eye for detail, critical skills and an  in-depth understanding of electrical and electronic theory. Having this knowledge and skills set allows engineers to design and perform specific functions that meet the requirements of safety and reliability before the process is implemented. 

Click here to find a complete list of institutions that offer Electrical Engineering.

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Is Living @Mpumelelo Student Accommodation In Johannesburg NSFAS Accredited?

Friday, 28 May, 2021 - 06:52 Author Terrique Alie

Living @Mpumelelo is a newly constructed student accommodation situated in Doornfontein. The student accommodation is also in short walking distance to University of Johannesburg and Doornfontein Campus. It is a modernised space that offers a wonderful living experience with learning aids, comfortable and premium living and the convenience that every student deserves. 
 

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About Living @ Mpumelelo

This student accommodation has 15 floors and the first newly constructed building in the inner city in several decades. Students can choose from single rooms to sharing a room with a roommate. 

Is mpumelelo student accommodation Nsfas accredited?

What is included in the room packages?

  • Free water & electricity (T’s & C’s apply)
  • Unlimited wifi (T’s & C’s apply)
  • Furnished bedrooms
  • Own bathroom
  • Parking and 24/7 security access
  • Access to indoor gym , recreational and braai area

Rates are as follows:

  • Single from R4855 pm
  • Sharing from R4287 pm

 

Get in touch for more details about affordable student apartments to rent at Living @ Mpumelelo student accommodation via:
 

Contact number: 087 075 0860
Whatsapp: 076 174 3017
Email address: [email protected] 

Students need to be aware that Living @ Mpumelelo is NSFAS accredited, so be the first to apply for your new home for the upcoming academic year ahead. 

Click here to find out more.
 

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Graduate Internship Opportunity AT OPSC

Bronwyn Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 21:02

The Office of the Public Service Commission is currently seeking graduates to participate in their internship programme.

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Opportunity Details

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

REF NO: IT/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Information Technology.
  • The candidate should have basic understanding of the following: Computer Networks, Hardware and software configuration, Computer Literacy, IT Helpdesk first line support
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

REF NO: PMP/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) Human Resource Management/Development
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

REF NO: SCM/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Supply Chain Management/Logistics/Financial Management / Accounting / Public Administration
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

REF NO: FM/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Accounting / Financial Accounting / Cost Accounting / Management Accounting/Auditing
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: MONITORING AND EVALUATION RESEARCH SUPPORT: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION RESEARCH X2

REF NO: ME/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Public Administration
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRIEVANCE INVESTIGATIONS AND LABOUR RELATIONS

REF NO: LMP/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in in Law with Labour Law or Labour Relations as major subject; Labour Law
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: ADMINISTRATION, DATA MANAGEMENT, DATA-BASE MANAGEMENT AND DATA ANALYSIS

REF NO: DATA/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) with specialisation or modules in data management, database management and data analysis) or any qualification (degree/diploma and work experience in data management, data-base management and data analysis)
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problemsolving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: INTEGRITY AND ANTICORRUPTION, (INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS, CONDUCTING RESEARCH ON ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE AND DATA ANALYSIS ON REPORTED CASES) X2

REF NO: IAC/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HOUSE, PRETORIA

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) Law, Public Administration, Forensic Investigation and Data Analysis
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problemsolving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRIEVANCE AND COMPLAINTS INVESTIGATIONS

REF NO: GPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION GAUTENG PROVINCIAL OFFICE, JOHANNESBURG

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) Law or Labour Relations
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRIEVANCE AND COMPLAINTS INVESTIGATIONS

REF NO: LPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION LIMPOPO PROVINCIAL OFFICE, POLOKWANE

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) Law or Labour Relations
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: ADMINISTRATION /RESEARCH, MONITORING AND EVALUATION

REF NO: NCPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCIAL OFFICE, KIMBERLEY

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Public Management/Administration/ Research, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: ADMINISTRATION /RESEARCH, MONITORING AND EVALUATION

REF NO: FSPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION FREE STATE PROVINCIAL OFFICE, BLOEMFONTEIN

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Public Management/Administration/ Research, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRIEVANCE AND COMPLAINTS INVESTIGATIONS

REF NO: NWPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION NORTH WEST PROVINCIAL OFFICE, MMABATHO

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) Law or Labour Relations
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRIEVANCES AND COMPLAINTS INVESTIGATIONS; PROFESSIONAL ETHICS RESEARCH, AND MONITORING AND EVALUATION

REF NO: WCPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION WESTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL OFFICE, CAPE TOWN

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Law or Labour Relations or Diploma/Degree in Public Management/Administration/ Research, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRIEVANCE AND COMPLAINTS INVESTIGATIONS

REF NO: MPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION MPUMALANGA PROVINCIAL OFFICE, NELSPRUIT (MBOMBELA)

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in National Diploma/Degree in Law or Labour Relations
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRIEVANCE AND COMPLAINTS INVESTIGATIONS

REF NO: ECPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION EASTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL OFFICE, KING WILLIAM’S TOWN

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Law or Labour Relations
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: PUBLIC MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION/ RESEARCH, MONITORING AND EVALUATION

REF NO: KZNPO/05/2021 (24 MONTHS CONTRACT)

SALARY: STIPEND: R7 510.15 per month

CENTRE: PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION KWAZULU-NATAL PROVINCIAL OFFICE, PIETERMARITZBURG

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) /Degree (NQF 7) in Public Management/Administration/ Research, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Unemployed youth aged between 18 and 35
  • Good Interpersonal relations, organising, problem-solving and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • No criminal record.
  HOW TO APPLY

The Office of the Public Service Commission is an equal opportunity, representative employer.

It is the intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service through the filling of positions.

Candidates whose appointment/transfer/promotion will promote representivity will therefore receive preference.

Persons with disability are especially encouraged to apply.

An indication of representivity profile by applicants will expedite the processing of applications.

APPLICATIONS APPLICATIONS:

Forward your application, stating the relevant reference number to: The Director-General, Office of the Public Service Commission, Private Bag X121, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-deliver at Commission House, Office Park Block B, 536 Francis Baard Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, for attention Mr M Mabuza or you can email your application to [email protected].

CLOSING DATE: 11 June 2021, 15h30

Applications must be submitted on Form Z.83 obtainable from any Public Service department and should be accompanied by a recent updated comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications, Identity Document and driver’s license.

Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification(s), it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

The successful candidate will be required to obtain a confidential security clearance issued by the State Security Agency.

The OPSC will verify the qualifications and conduct reference checking on short-listed candidates.

Candidates will be subjected to Competency Assessment to determine their suitability for the post. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.

If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Please take note that late applications will not be accepted. All shortlisted candidates for SMS post will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test the relevant technical elements of the job, logistics of which will be communicated by the office of the Public Service Commission.

Applicants are advised that the old Z83 which was valid until 31 December 2020 will not be accepted.

Should an individual wish to apply for a post, he/she will be required to submit the new application for employment (Z83) form which became effective on 1 January 2021 and can be downloaded at www.dpsa.gov.za-vacancies. From 1 January 2021 should an application be received using incorrect applications for employment (Z83) form, it will not be considered. 

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Where To Study Teaching In South Africa

Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 13:14 Author Sakinah Samuels

There is always a need for teachers in the world. If you're interested in becoming a teacher, South Africa has many places for you to go to become qualified. Here is where you can study to become a teacher in South Africa.

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Wanting to become a teacher? Studying teaching is definitely worth it as you can teach future leaders and innovators.

South Africa has many places for you to go to become qualified. Here is where you can study to become a teacher in South Africa.

Unisa

The University of South Africa, or what we all call Unisa offers Teaching qualifications to study through their open distance learning method, which is a combination of online and self study. If you're thinking of studying teaching at Unisa, you are then going to be opened to a world of possibilities.

Unisa offers a wide range of Teaching courses ranging from Higher Certificates to Postgraduate courses.

If you want to know more about studying Teaching at Unisa, visit the Unisa website here.

University of the Western Cape

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) offers teaching as part of the Faculty of Education as well as their Faculty of Arts. 

Through their Faculty of Education, you can get a Bachelor of Education which will take you four years to complete. Through the Faculty of Arts, you will get a normal Bachelor of Arts degree and following that, you would need to do a Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) to be qualified to teach.

To know more about studying Teaching at UWC, click here to go the UWC website.

University of the Witwatersrand

Wits, or as it's formally known, the University of the Witwatersrand has a School of Education where you can study towards the following qualifications: Bachelor of Education, Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE), Postgraduate Diploma in Deaf Education (PGDip) and postgraduate Education degrees as well.

From its early years, a feature of tuition at Wits is the close integration of formal studies with practical teaching experience. This ensures that teaching theory was always fully informed by classroom praxis.

If you're interested in studying Teaching at Wits, visit the Wits website here.

University of Johannesburg

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) is another place in South Africa where you can study teaching. Their teaching courses are offered through their Faculty of Education.

UJ offers Bachelor of Education, Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) as well as postgraduate education degrees. They offer Initial Professional Education of Teachers Programmes, Continuous Professional Development of Teachers Programmes as well as Masters and Doctoral Programmes in the Faculty. 

Visit the UJ website to learn more about studying teaching at UJ.

Tshwane University of Technology

Another option to study teaching at is Tshwane University of Technology (TUT). They offer the following courses: Bachelor in Education, Advanced Diploma in Technical and Vocational Teaching, Advanced Certificate in Education as well as other postgraduate qualifications. 

TUT's School of Education provides studies in aspects of education that are implicated in the Education, Training and Development through its four Departments, namely Educational Foundation, with focus on the fundamentals of education, training and development of theories related to educational studies.

Should you want to know more about studying teaching at TUT, head to the TUT website here.

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) has their Faculty of Education which offers a four-year Bachelor of Education qualification. They also offer a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, Postgraduate Diploma in Education, the Advanced Certificate in Education, and Honours, Master’s and doctoral degrees.

CPUT's Faculty is said to be the biggest teacher education provider in the Western Cape, with students from all over the country. 

To know more about studying Teaching at CPUT, click here to go to the CPUT website.

University of Cape Town

The University of Cape Town (UCT) offers various teaching qualifications: Advanced Certificate in Education, Postgraduate Certificate in Education, Higher Education Studies Programmes, PGDip in Educational Technology and a Bachelor in Education Honours.

UCT only offers postgraduate teaching qualifications through their School of Education. The School is committed to being an inclusive department and fosters a community of practice for both students are staff. 

To learn more about studying teaching at UCT, visit the UCT website here.

Stellenbosch University

At Stellenbosch University (SU), you will find their Faculty of Education to be worthwhile. 

The Education Faculty offers both Undergraduate and Postgraduate qualifications such as the Bachelor of Education and the Bachelor of Education Honours. They also offer Master's and Doctoral degrees.

If you want to know more about studying Teaching at Stellenbosch, visit the Stellenbosch University website here.

Rhodes University

If you're located in Eastern Cape and you want to study Teaching, Rhodes University (RU) might be where you end up. RU offers teaching through their Faculty of Education.

Within this faculty, they offer teaching programmes such as BEd, PGCE and a Postgraduate Diploma in Higher Education, as well as other postgrad degrees.

For more information on studying Teaching at Rhodes, visit the Rhodes website here.

Central University of Technology

Several different types of Education-related qualifications are offered at the Central University of Technology (CUT) in their Faculty of Humanities.

Through their Educational and Professional Studies Department, you can study their Bachelor of Education. Under their Department of Postgraduate Studies in Education, they offer the following courses: PGCE, Doctor in Education, Master of Education and Educational Management.

To learn more about studying teaching at CUT, visit the CUT website here.

Vaal University of Technology

Vaal University of Technology (VUT) is one of the many places you can study in South Africa to become a teacher. VUT's The Department of Education falls under it's Faculty of Human Sciences.

They offer the following programmes: Bachelor of Education (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) and the Postgraduate Diploma in Higher Education (PG Dip HE).

Should you be interested and want to know more about studying Teaching at VUT, visit the VUT website here.

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When Will Applications for Funza Lushaka Open?

Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 11:18 Author Saarah Richards

Future teachers, the Funza Lushaka Bursary application will be opening soon for new applicants and returning students better get applying before the deadline comes. We have all you need to know on when and how to apply, right here. 

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The Funza Lushaka Bursary, is a bursary scheme that is directed towards students who are studying teaching. The aim of Funza is to promote teaching as a profession. 

For first time applicants the bursary applications open on the 1st of October 2021 and close on the 28th of February 2022. This may be subject to change so keep an eye out for any updates.

For returning applicants, the applications close on the 29th of November 2021.

All returning students who require funding is expected to reapply even if you have received the bursary before. With the Funza bursary student are expected to reapply every year

How to apply 
  1. Open the e-Gov portal at www.eservices.gov.za
  2. Register by providing personal information
  3. Login to the system using user name and password created when registering
  4. On the e-Services Menu select Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme
  5. Enter the OTP received on the preferred channel
  6. Accept the Terms and Conditions
  7. On the dashboard menu click on the 2021 application button
  8. Follow the steps to complete the required field with your information
  9. Accept the declaration to confirm the information captured

NOTE: All first time applicants must be 30 or under to qualify for the bursary. 

The steps above are used for both new applicants and returning applicants. 

Recipients of these bursaries will be required to teach at a public school for the same number of years that they received the bursary. Once qualified, bursary recipients are placed by a provincial education department. 

For more information on the Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme, click here 

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Does NSFAS Cover Law Courses?

Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 10:19 Author Saarah Richards

Studying law and need funding? NSFAS might be able to help. If you are unsure whether or not NSFAS fund your law degree, was have the answers for you. 

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NSFAS is the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, it is a funding organisation that aims to assist poor student follow their academic dreams. 

Student who can't afford to fund their own tertiary education rely on NSFAS to help fund them. 

NSFAS funds all 26 South African universities and most public TVET colleges. They also fund a wide variety of degrees and courses. 

Do they fund anything law related though? 

Yes they do, NSFAS funds law courses at all the universities that have law faculties. 

However they only fund your undergraduate law degree, if you wish to continue to postgraduate it is advised that you seek a other form of funding. 

NSFAS has a a set of requirement that need to be met in order for you to receive funding. These requirements are: 

  • Only South African citizens
  • All SASSA grant recipients qualifies for funding
  • Applicants whose combined household income is not more than R350 000 per annum
  • Person with disability: Combined household income must not be more than R600 000 per annum
  • Students who started studying before 2018 whose household income is not more than R122 000 per annum.

The following is who would not qualify for NSFAS: 

  • Students that have completed a previous qualification.
  • Students with a combined household income of more than R350 000 per annum.
  • Students who have already applied, qualified and received funding. They are automatically funded for the duration of their studies provided they pass their modules and meet the academic requirements.
  • Foreign students (any student who is not a South African citizen).

If you are a law student and fit into the NSFAS requirement, you will be able to receive funding for your degree or diploma. 

For more information on NSFAS, click here

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What's the Difference Between Pure Math and Technical Math?

Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 09:23 Author Saarah Richards

Technical Math or Pure Math? Who knows. If you are getting ready to choose your subjects and you have no idea what the difference between pure math and technical math is, we got you covered. 

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High school mathematic is not fun, and when you get to Grade 10 you have to face the uneasy choice of deciding which kind of maths it is that you wish to do. 

There are three kind of math; pure math, math literacy and then one more that we don't hear of too often called technical math. For now we are going to forget math lit and focus on pure math and technical math. 

The big question is, "what is the difference between the two anyway?". Let's find out. 

Pure Math 

Pure Maths is mostly seen as the less practical decision when it comes to the two, it is not the kind of math you would use in everyday like, it seems to be more problem-solving  

When we think of pure math we think of, trigonometry, algebra and basic calculus. 

The pro to pure math is that it teaches you problem-solving skills. Another upside is you are more likely to get accepted into a mathematics based or even non-mathematic based tertiary institution with pure maths. 

The con to pure math is that it can be very difficult. Many students find themselves having to take extra classes and putting in extra hours in order to pass. To get into most tertiary institutions you would need at least 50% for pure math, depending on what you choose to study. 

Pure math is a subject you would need if you intended on going into a career in physics, engineering and most science based careers.

Technical Math  

Technical Math is math for a tradesman. This form of maths is an applied maths. You learn how to calculate things like peak current flow in an alternating current network as well as integration and differentiation – this means also knowing how to apply partial fractions. In simple terms it is just pure maths in a practical way. 

Many know it a Applied Math because, you use it to apply real life solutions 

The con of technical math is that once you have chosen it as a subject, you will only be able to study at a technical college after high school. Many universities don't recognize technical math. 

The pro is that there is a high demand for technical skills in the South African job market. 

If you are looking for a career in plumbing, fitting or something electrical, technical math is the way to go. 

Maths in general is not the easiest of subjects and having to choose which one to take is not an easy decision. It is advices that you do you research and consider your post-schooling options before finalizing anything as it could impact you long-term goals and future decisions. 

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Road Traffic Management Learnership

Bronwyn Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 09:15

The Department of Community Safety & Transport Management is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer which seeks to capacitate unemployed youth with knowledge and skills in Road Traffic Management Learnership. NB: Female, Coloureds, Indians and Whites candidates are encouraged to apply

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Opportunity Details Road Traffic Management Learnership Programme (2021/22 Learnership)

It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the placement of Unemployed Youth on the said programme. An indication in this regard will facilitate the processing of applications.
 
REF: 01/2021
DURATION: 12 Months
SALARY: R 3000.00 PM
CENTRE: MAHIKENG

Requirements

  • Grade 12 (Matric Certificate)/ NCV L4 Certificate,
  • South African Identity Document,
  • Age must be between 18-35 years,
  • Valid Driver's License,
  • SAPS Clearance Certificate,
  • Recent Medical Report Certificate that proves that applicant can do strenuous exercise,
  • Proof of residence from Traditional Authority or Municipality.
  HOW TO APPLY

Applications must be submitted on the improved Z83 (Employment application form) which must be fully completed and compulsory to be signed and dated.

Please note that is compulsory to complete all fields on the prescribedZ83 form for the application to be considered.

Should the applicant/s use incorrect application form for employment (Z83) approved to be utilized with effect 01 January 2021, the application/s will not be considered for selection purposes (disqualified). The employment application for (Z83) is obtainable at any National or Provincial Department, and it is accessible on the DPSA web-site, www.dpsa.gov.za.

The Employment application form (Z83) must be accompanied by a recent updated comprehensive CV with at least names of three (3) referees with current contact details. Originally certified copies of all Qualifications, ID document, and other required documents. Failure to submit the requested documents will result in the application not being considered.

• All qualifications will be verified. Persons in possession of a foreign qualification must furnish this Department with an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

• Candidates must indicate the number of the post/reference number and the centre in their applications.

• Candidates requiring additional information regarding an advertised post must direct their queries to the person reflected as enquiries below the post applied for.
 
Applications should be forwarded in time to the department since applications received after the closing date and time indicated below will as a rule not be accepted. Faxed and emailed applications are not accepted.

• It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the department.

• The Department reserves the right not to make appointments, and correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.

• All appointments will be subjected to a positive qualifications verifications as well as security clearance and vetting.

• NB. Learners who have previously been in a Learnership programme in the Public Service will not be considered. 
 
Please direct all enquiries to Mr GM Malotane, Tel. Nr (018) 200 8279/8247/8264/8263
 
All applications must be forwarded to the Director: Human Resource Management, Department of Community Safety & Transport Management, Private Bag x19, MMABATHO 2735 Office No. 138/110/111/113,152 1st Floor, Tirelo Building, Albert Luthuli Drive Mafikeng
 
CLOSING DATE: 11/06/2021

CLICK HERE TO VIEW, SELECT AND APPLY

Opportunity Closing Date Friday, 11 June, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Department of Community Safety & Transport Management Article Categories Article Category Learnerships 2021

SASSA: What Happens After You Send In A R350 Grant Appeal

Thursday, 27 May, 2021 - 08:07 Author Saarah Richards

If you have applied for an appeal for the SASSA R350 SRD grant and are not sure what to do from there, we're here to help. Here is what happens after you appeal and how to track you application.

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The President declared a National State of Disaster as a result of the Covid-19 global pandemic. Because of this he implemented a special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD) of R350 per month to be paid to individuals who are currently unemployed, do not receive any form of income, social grant, NSFAS or UIF payment. 

The grant was meant to assist poor individuals cover their needs during the pandemic. 

There has been many cases by which people applied for this SRD grant and been rejected but, SASSA allows these people to appeal. 

The question is however, what happens after you appeal? 

SASSA says that applicant who have successfully appealed will be reconsiders and and be notified of the outcome of their application soon. 

Applications that are successful will be paid for their applicable months. 

The applicant will receive an SMS notification from SASSA directing the applicant on what to do next. 

Until you receive the SMS here is how to track your 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 information

You can also call the SASSA Call Centre at 0800 601 011.

If you've already lodged an appeal, you will then not need to send another or contact the SASSA office. 

Special Covid-19 SRD grant appeals @The_DSD @nda_rsa @PostofficeSa @GovernmentZA @GCISMedia pic.twitter.com/lQzPcy85pH

— SASSA (@OfficialSASSA) May 26, 2021

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What's the Difference Between Pure Math and Math Lit?

Wednesday, 26 May, 2021 - 17:16 Author Saarah Richards

Math is general is not the easiest of subjects, and when you get to Grade 10 you are stuck with the decision between Pure Math and Math Lit, but what's the difference? Here we have the difference and the pros and cons of the two subjects.

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In South Africa Mathematics is one of the four compulsory subjects that we have to take. The only question is Maths Literacy or Pure Maths. 

High School itself can be a rollercoaster but, on top of that we still have to face the dreaded question of "what do I want to be one day?" 

The answer to this question will impact the decision you make when choosing which subject you will be taking. 

When it come to choosing between Pure Maths and Maths Lit, the decision can either be easy or difficult, but it helps to know what the difference between the two is. 

Pure Maths

Pure Maths is mostly seen as the less practical decision when it comes to the two, as it is not everyday math that you will be dealing with but, it seems to be more problem-solving  

When we think of pure math we think of, trigonometry, algebra and basic calculus. 

The down side to pure math is that is difficult. Many students find themselves having to take extra classes and putting in extra hour in order to pass.

The up side to pure math is that it teachers you problem-solving skills. Another upside is you are more likely to get accepted into a mathematic based or even non-mathematic based tertiary institution with pure maths. 

Pure math is a subject you would need if you intended on going into a career in physics, engineering and most science based careers. 

Math Lit

You'll find that maths lit is more of an everyday type of math. 

Calculating budgets, investments and other commonplace problems are all a part of math lit. 

Now the down side to math lit is that it is slightly harder to get into university. Taking math lit can automatic limit your career choices. You are less likely to be able to study things like accounting, medicine, engineering, physics, chemistry and IT at most institutions.

The pro to maths lit however is that is far easier and you are likely to receive higher marks (that does however depend on you). The best part of maths lit is that you actually might use it everyday. 

If you are interested in a career in psychology, marketing, music or anything in the arts, maths lit is the way to go. 

The decision might not be the easiest, you really need to consider the kinds of limits both subjects put on you before making your final decision. 

Maths in general can be difficult but, the choice between Math lit and Pure math can make a big impact on your life so choose wisely 

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How To Apply For Jobs At Mr Price

How To Apply For Jobs At Mr Price Terrique Faro Wed, 26/05/2021 - 13:55

The Mr Price Group is a company made up of free-thinkers, doers, makers, creators, crafters, art lovers, tech heads, planners, disruptors, wordsmiths, number crunchers, pun enthusiasts, engineers, left and right-brainers, award winners and more. The Mr Price Group consists on Mr Price, Mr Price Home and Mr Price Sport. 

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Possible Phase Two of the Teaching Assistant Initiative?

Wednesday, 26 May, 2021 - 12:53 Author Saarah Richards

The Department of Education discusses all the important matters that took place over this last week. There are talks of new school programmes, a possible phase two of the teaching assistants initiative, and school netball being broadcasted on live TV. We have all you need to know on the education sector, right here.

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Over the last week many things have been taking place in the education sector of South Africa.

Stories of new governing body selections, new curriculums, school Netball leagues and much more are being discussed by the Department of Education. 

Presidential Youth Employment Initiative 

The Presidential Youth Employment Initiative was implemented to address the countries economic state over the pandemic.

The programme was so successful that even though it was only meant to run from December 2020 to March 2021 it go extended to end of April.

There was over 300 000 young people across South Africa, that were employed as teaching assistants or general assistants.

The programme did not only provide jobs to the youth of South Africa but, also training that will assist them in the long run.

There were issues of assistants not being paid for their hard work but, the Department of Education ensured that it was a short lived issue.

When asked if there would be a second phase to the initiative,  Tsekere Maponya, BEEI Project Management Officer said: 

With regards to phase two, it is something we would like to see happening at the basic education sector... we have put together a proposal to the National Treasury but, we have not receive any feedback just as yet.

So it seems that there could possibly be a second phase if all goes well for the various Departments involved. 

School Governing Body

Recently the induction of the new School Governing Body (SGB) members has been underway.

This takes place every three years and is not just made up of group of parent but, a group of stakeholders. There are various components involved, such as learners, parents, teachers and financial stakeholders. 

The SGB is the parliament of school, it's the highest decision-making body in the school.

Says, James Ndlebe the Director for Education, Management and Governance Development.

He says that being on the SGB requires members to be patient and come with open minds, as that is what the learners need for their success. 

The members are urged to work together and agree to things as a collective in order everything to result in the best possible outcome. 

Coding and Robotics Pilot Programme 

The Department of Basic Education is excite to introduce coding and robotics into the school curriculum. 

The decision was made to implement these two new programmes into the school curriculum in aims to prepare and upskill leaners for future job opportunities. 

The Department ensures that regardless of where in South Africa you are situated, you will have this opportunity, they said:

The selection of school that are going to pilot come from, cities, townships, villages, so it is all inclusive because, to test the curriculum you must test it with the entire space.

Soon schools will be offering robotics and coding programmes to its learners. 

School Netball to be showcased on TV 

A new school netball competition has been launched for netball players across South Africa.

Working with, Multichoice, DSTV, Super Sport and my other departments, they will be broadcasting the new netball competition on various sports channels across the country.

The new league includes schools with netball teams all across South Africa. 

Many have expressed concern over the Covid-19 regulations in place, but the parties involved ensure that there will be strict Covid-19 protocols in place to prevent any kind of infection spread. 

Soon we will be watching our youth participate in netball games that could potentially change their lives. 

Schools would like to emphasize that in many cases sports is just as important as academics in schools.

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Rhodes SRC Calls For Pause To Academic Commitments

Wednesday, 26 May, 2021 - 11:30 Author Saarah Richards

Rhodes University protest action continues as the Student Representative Council presents the students demands and they are not met. In the recent meeting with the Deputy Vice Chancellor they discussed the students issues and made decisions on how they will be going about these issues. 

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Rhodes University Student Representative Council (SRC) has released a statement saying that they will be proceeding to protest after having met Deputy Vice Chancellor (VC). 

Despite the meeting being held, the SRC were still not happy with the final decision that was made as their demands were not fully met.

In the meeting with the Deputy VC, the SRC members highlighted what issues were mentioned in the meeting and the following was discussed: 

  1. Supplying food for residence students - In the meeting the SRC requested student in the residences are supplied with food. The University agreed to distribute food to the student and are currently look for suppliers of dry foods. The SRC says that the outlets outside of the Makhanda area re reluctant to deliver in the area. 
  2. Academic commitments - The SRC requested that the University put a halt to all academic activities until the decision is made on whether or not the protest continues. The University rejected their request says that all academic commitments will remain in order as learning is taking place online and not all student will be affected by the protest. 
  3. Health care services - Counselling services will continue remotely and health care services will still remain available to students. The SRC says that should students have medical emergencies they should contact the relevant wardening structure or hospital.  

Rhodes SRC states that the communication between the university and its students regarding the above issues are disheartening. They then proceed to advice the University to make use of its communication division to keep students updated on any plan or emergencies that they need to be informed of. 

The protects are seeming to continue as the students demands are still not being dealt with accordingly.  

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Does NSFAS Cover Teaching Courses?

Wednesday, 26 May, 2021 - 10:47 Author Saarah Richards

Students who are studying teaching or prospective education students who require funding, this one is for you. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) could possibly be able to assist you with your funding needs. If not, we have another option too. 

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The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), is an South African funding organisation that assists poor student by funding their tertiary education.

There are many different courses, TVET colleges and universities that are funded by NSFAS. 

Teaching and education are both courses that NSFAS funds, this includes Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degrees at all public universities and teaching courses that are offered at TVET colleges.

NSFAS, however, does not cover Postgraduate Education courses like PGCE. If you require funding for PGCE, it is recommended that you apply for the Funza Lushaka Bursary, that is specifically meant for teaching courses. 

For more information on the Funza bursary, visit their website here 

Here is a list of a few other TVET courses that NSFAS funds:

  • Engineering Studies - (National Certificate -Vocational) NQF levels 2-4 & Engineering studies - Report 191 N1-N6
  • Engineering and Related Design; Electrical Infrastructure; Civil Engineering Construction and Information Technology & Computer Science
  • Business & Utility Studies (National Certificate – Vocational) NQF levels 2-4 & Report 191 N1-N6
  • Management; Marketing; Finance; Office Administration; Economics & Accounting; Education & Development; Hospitality; Tourism; Safety in Society and Transport & Logistics
  • Pre-Learning Programme (PLP) funding through NSFAS

NSFAS also does not only supply students with tuition but also a number of other allowances. 

University allowances:

  • Accommodation
    As per the actual costs charged by the university (costs for private accommodation must not exceed costs for university residence)
  • Transport (up to 40 km from institution) R7 500  per annum
  • Living allowance R15, 000  per annum
  • Book allowances R5200 per annum
  • Incidental/personal care allowance R2900 per annum for students in catered residences

TVET allowances:

  • Accommodation in an urban area R24,000 per annum
  • Accommodation in an peri-urban area R18,900 per annum
  • Accommodation in an rural area R15,750 per annum
  • Transport (up to 40 km from institution) R7,350  per annum
  • Transport R7000 per annum
  • Incidental/personal care allowance R2900 per annum

 For more information on NSFAS, visit their website here.

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No Application Fee Needed at These Universities

Wednesday, 26 May, 2021 - 10:24 Author Sakinah Samuels

Applications season has begun! Usually, you will need to budget for application fees. Luckily, there are some Universities who don't ask for one. Keep reading to find out which Universities don't require an application fee.

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Universities who don't ask for an application fee? Yes, they exist. University application fees can leave quite a hole in your pocket so here are the Universities that don't ask for one.

University of Johannesburg

If you wish to become a part of UJ, apply now as 2022 applications are now open. With no application fee, applying is simple at UJ.

They offer a very wide range of course from diplomas to degrees to postgraduate courses. UJ also offers a wide range of online courses. These range from short courses to full certificates, continuing education programmes, degrees and postgraduate courses. 

RELATED: University of Johannesburg 2022 Applications Are Open

North West University

North West University has opened their applications for 2022 and no application fee is needed. Become more and apply at North West University now! Not only are you receiving an education, but you'll also be receiving a place in the world.

They offer Undergrate studies, Postgrad studies, Distance Learning and Short Courses. NWU has three campuses, namely: Mafikeng Campus, Potchefstroom Campus and the Vaal Triangle Campus.

RELATED: North West University Applications Are Open

University of the Free State

The University of the Free State has opened it's 2022 applications so apply now. The University does not need an application fee to be paid to apply.

UFS has nine faculties for prospective students to choose from. Along with these faculties, they also offer Open Distance Learning and Business School. Students can also participate in more than 22 different sport disciplines.

RELATED: 2022 University of the Free State Applications Are Open

Sol Plaatje University

Sol Plaatje University doesn't need an application fee to apply. The University is yet to open their 2022 applications.

SPU has only one campus located in the Civic Centre in Kimberly. They offer courses in Economic and Management Sciences, Education, Humanities and Natural & Applied Sciences.

Central University of Technology

The Central University of Technology (CUT) will open their applications for 2022 in June but no worries, you won't be asked to pay an application fee.

CUT offers a variety of departments at their campuses. Courses are offered for the following faculties: Engineering,Built Environment and Information Technology, Health and Environmental Sciences, Humanities and Management Sciences.

Nelson Mandela University

Prospective students who wish to study at Nelson Mandela University in 2022 are invited to apply for a certificate, diploma or degree qualification using NMU's online application system.

A bonus? No application fee!

RELATED: Applications For 2022 Are Now Open At Nelson Mandela University

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) does not require an application fee as part of the applying process. CPUT applications usually open in June every year. 

CPUT has six campuses: Athlone, Belville, District Six, Granger Bay, Mowbray and Wellington. They offer courses in various faculties such as Applied Sciences, Business and Management Sciences, Education, Engineering and the Built Environment, Health and Wellness Sciences and Informatics and Design.

Walter Sisulu University

Walter Sisulu University (WSU) applications will open in June. WSU accepts online applications only with no application fee.

At WSU, they provide you with affordable, appropriate, career-focused and professional programmes that address rural development and urban renewal with primary emphasis on science, technology and development studies.

University of Limpopo

The University of Limpopo (UL) will open their applications in June and you will not need an application fee to apply. Online application is free and you will need a valid email address and an internet connection.

UL courses fall under the following faculties: Health Sciences , Science & Agriculture, Humanities and Management & Law.

University of the Western Cape

The University of the Western Cape welcomes prospective students to apply for undergraduate and postgraduate courses for the 2022 academic year and they don't require an application fee.

Students must apply online via the university's online application portal. Applications opened on 15 May and students are urged to apply as soon as possible. 

RELATED: University of the Western Cape 2022 Applications Are Open

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Department Sets Record Straight on School Closures

Wednesday, 26 May, 2021 - 10:05 Author Sakinah Samuels

As the third wave approaches, many are wondering whether schools will close down again. Recently, a fake message has been floating around concerning school closures which the Department of Basic Education has now clarified.

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No, schools will not be closing until 28 June. That's what an image which circulated was declaring and the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has clarified that schools will not be closing, yet.

A picture showing Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, with the headline reading 'School will be closing tomorrow until 28 June' was circulating but DBE has said that this was fake news.

Public notice: Please beware of fake news: pic.twitter.com/B1n7S03xpw

— Dep. Basic Education (@DBE_SA) May 25, 2021

The Department then released a statement which read:

The Department wishes to dismiss this image as FAKE NEWS and continues to urge members of the public to be vigilant and verify sources of information they read before sharing it on social media.

They then continue to say that this is the type of malicious content which is created with the intention to cause confusion and mislead anyone who views it.

"We condemn such actions in the strongest possible terms," DBE emphasised.

Various schools have temporarily closed in the country due to outbreaks in schools.

The Educators Union of South Africa (EUSA) has called for Government to close schools as they feel that, "schools are not adequately prepared for another wave and over 2000 teachers died in the previous wave so we just feel that, especially your poorer schools, are not adequately prepared to have another wave."

Other Unions are said to share this opinion.

Andre de Bruyn from EUSA said:

It's possible for schools to curb child-to-child infection as well as child-to-adult infection so we just feel that in especially in areas where you have high infection rates, we need to close the schools now ... it does not need to be for a lengthy period, it just needs to be until we've just made a dent in the upward curve of this infection rate.

There has been no official statement which says that all schools will be closing due to the rise in infections, as DBE says they would "use credible media platforms to communicate should there be developments in the sector".

[MEDIA STATEMENT] The Department condemns fake news on School closure@HubertMweli @ElijahMhlanga pic.twitter.com/KL7qgrdCYT

— Dep. Basic Education (@DBE_SA) May 25, 2021

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SAPOA Bursary Fund Opportunity

Bronwyn Wednesday, 26 May, 2021 - 09:47

The South African Property Owners Association is committed to searching for the most talented people who will add value to its members and the industry by providing tertiary educational support through the SAPOA Bursary Fund.

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Opportunity Details

SAPOA offers bursaries for full-time South African university and university of technology studies in the following disciplines:

  • BSc Property Studies
  • BSc Urban and Regional Planning
  • BSc Construction Studies
  • BCom Finance with Property Valuation and Management as a major
  • BSc Quantity Surveying
  • BCom Property Valuation and Management
  • BSc Town and Regional Planning
  • BSc Real Estate
  • BSc Property Management

 

  HOW TO APPLY

Click here for the Career Day Booklet

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW AND APPLY

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Latest Bursaries

Flywire aims to award a total of seven scholarships of $5,000 USD each. These scholarships will be awarded across different themes. 

These are the themes:

  1. Social justice
  2. Global citizenship
  3. Global health

Closing date: 21 June 2021

Sanlam is offering bursaries to scholars who have enrolled to study actuarial science.

If you are a whiz at maths, enjoy a good challenge by solving difficult problems and are willing to remain focused and disciplined through years of studying and training, then you are just who Sanlam is looking for.

Closing Date: 31 July 2021

Jakes Gerwel Fellowship is a full university scholarship that provides extensive mentoring and leadership development for graduate students with a passion for teaching and education.

The Old Mutual Education Trust (OMET) applications are open to all participating union members and their dependents. The funding from this scholarship will allow for the pursuit of any tertiary qualification at one of South Africa’s public higher education institutions.

The Oppenheimer Memorial Trust (OMT) awards a limited number of scholarships annually. These scholarships are for postgraduate study at public Higher Education Institutions in South Africa at Master’s, Doctoral and Postdoctoral level.

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