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Career choice is a powerful decision and every school learner, school leaver, student, unemployed and employed person has to make informed career decisions throughout their lives.

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With the aim to educate electricity users of the importance of energy efficiency, Eskom has developed educator guides and learner activity sheets for Grade R to Grade 9 pupils and teachers.

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MINING

South Africa’s mining industry has plenty of opportunities that young people from diverse backgrounds and educational qualifications can access.

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SANEWS

When Nteseng Mogorosi finished matric in 2004, he always knew that he wanted to be in business because he believed it would give him the freedom to own his life.

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SCAMALERT

The Department of Public Works has warned learners, including graduates seeking employment, about a scam promising 700 learnerships at the department.

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The Department of Basic Education says the 2016 National Senior Certificate (NSC) Supplementary Examinations proceeded extremely well, with very few reported irregularities.

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Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges provide education and training opportunities that are responsive to the human resource requirements of a diversified economy.

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BASAGRADUATEPROGRAMME

Eight Coega Development Corporation (CDC) young professionals graduated from the University of Cape Town (UCT) with a Post-Graduate Diploma qualification in Business Analysis and Systems Analysis (BASA) on the 13th June 2016.

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HIPPO

Are you a fresher feeling a bit insecure about your educational career after matric? You're not alone - many first years find university to be a huge adjustment. Even if you're financially prepared, the first few months can present a great deal of disorientation and anxiety if you’re not mentally prepared.

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GRAHAMSTOWNNATIONALARTSFESTIVAL

The university town of Grahamstown will once again play host to the National Arts Festival.

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ESKOM

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has told Eskom’s aspiring nuclear plant operators that they are capable of helping their families break out of the cycle of poverty.

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To mark its 13th birthday, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is giving away one of the most important gifts anyone can give: an education.

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MATHSANDSCIENCE

Kutlwanong is a non profit initiative that offers maths and science tutoring to township students.

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DRAKE

Canadian Hip Hop Star, Drake, has encouraged young South Africans to do everything they can to realise a brighter future and make their country proud.

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SAPS

The South African Police Service (SAPS) is currently recruiting former officers back into the service.

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BLACKCOFFEE

"DJ Black Coffee continues to inspire our youth with this achievement and has now become our prime international export in the music industry, as an example of the South African youth talent.

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CHILDPROTECTION

President Jacob Zuma says employers must check the National Child Protection Register before hiring people to work with children.

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CAREER

Number-crunchers estimate that a person will change careers about 5-7 times during their lifetime. Often, these changes will occur within the same discipline, meaning the issues that forced a person to re-assess their life path may simply transfer to the next phase.

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PPS

The latest PPS Student Confidence Index (SCI), conducted among over 1500 South African students, has revealed that 54% of the respondents plan to move abroad for work purposes in the next five years following their graduation.

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In today’s challenging economy, many parents are taking on further studies, often in an effort to better provide for their families after graduating.

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NSFAS

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has opened online applications for selected institutions for students who only need to register for second semester or trimester season to complete or continue their studies.

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