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If you didn't get a place at the university or college you had hoped for, don't panic! There is still a chance to get into a different higher education institution, thanks to the Central Application Clearing House (CACH). 

 

If when you first applied at a university or college you weren't accepted, you have another oppurtunity! CACH will help place you at a university or college. 

 

20% of applicants who applied for the SRD grant were rejected by SASSA because they were IRP5 registered. To find out what this means you can read below. 

 

If you've been stressed about finding out your SASSA application status, you don't need to anymore! You can read here to find out how to track your application status online. 

 

The grants that SASSA administers include the following:

It is always said that having your matric certificate is a ticket to university education, as well as a key that can open many other doors. You can read below to read why a matric certificate is so important. 

 

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has been providing citizens with social grants on behalf of the Department of Social Development. There are many different grants that SASSA provides, you can keep reading to find out what they are. 

 

There is good news and bad news regarding social grants. Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, has announced that social grants will be increased. They will increase between 1.0% and 3.4%. But sadly, the social relief of distress grant is due to come to an end in April.

SASSA has just announced the dates when beneficiaries will get paid in March. 

 

These dates are as follows:

Understanding the matric pass rates can be confusing so in this article, we break it down for you. 

 

In order to pass you will need to pass six of your matric subjects.

Higher Certificate Pass

Pass six of your seven subjects.

If you have just received your matric certificate you may be wondering what the different NSC pass rates are. You can read below to find out more about the details. 

 

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