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Raigan Cloete


Last week, the DBE announced that the reopening of schools would take place on 15 February 2021, which is two weeks later than the initial date. This decision has caused some to be concerned about how it will affect the academic year.


Calls are growing for the Temporary Disability Grants to be extended as these social grants help many people provide for their families while they are unable to work.


Are you interested in applying for the Funza Lushaka Bursary? Well, be sure to find out the closing date for these applications.


On Monday, it was announced that all Temporary Disability Grants which were extended from February to December 2020 have lapsed. For more on this keep reading…


Due to the country experiencing the second wave of COVID-19, the reopening of schools has been delayed until 15 February 2021. Cosas has announced that they are satisfied with the postponement.


Are you interested in studying an online short course from home or while you work? Keep reading to find out how you can apply. 


Deciding how to fund your studies can be tricky, which is why we have cleared up the difference between NSFAS and Fundi for you.


To see hundreds of people, many of whom are elderly, sleeping outside SASSA offices over the past few days has angered many South Africans. Which is why Black Sash believes that SASSA should do more so that this does not happen again.


Due to the second wave of the pandemic, the DBE has decided to plan for the opening of online schools to reduce the pressure on school admissions. 


Since Tuesday night, many grant beneficiaries have found themselves sleeping outside SASSA offices to ensure that they were the first in line when the offices opened in the morning.

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