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Nearly 150 learners have graduated from the Department of Tourism’s Hospitality Youth Training Programme in Gauteng.

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South African students from different universities are set to represent the country at the International Student Cluster Competition hosted at the 2018 International Supercomputing Conference in Germany.

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President Jacob Zuma says he will soon make an announcement on the funding for higher education. The President said this when he made his annual address to the National Council of Provinces.

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Cabinet has approved the Public Service Graduate Recruitment Scheme Framework. The framework forms part of the development programme within the public service to attract talented graduates.

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The University of Cape Town revealed their plans for a proposed 8% increase in tuition fees for next year.

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Schools will issue report cards to learners across the province this week when the academic year of 2017 ends for learners.

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Fees won't fall any time soon, according to the leaked Heher Commission's report. Here are 5 things you should know about the report!

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GDE

The Gauteng Department of Education has now moved to four buildings in the Johannesburg city centre after a 20 year stint with 111 Commissioner Street as its home.

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Job seekers in Cape Town will soon be able to ride on the city's MyCiTi bus routes for free! This according to a statement from the City's Mayoral Committee Member for Transport and Urban Development, Councillor Brett Herron, released on 23 October 2017.

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Let's talk about HIV. More specifically, PrEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, a medication that can significantly lower the risk of HIV infection.

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In a statement issued via their social media accounts and email, the University of Cape Town today denied reports that had been circulating on social media.

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New Zealand is facing a skills and talent shortage in the construction industry, and they are turning to South Africa for help.

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MATRIC

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has wished all matriculants all the best for their final exams, which get underway.

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And we think 16 Days is enough?

South Africa, we have failed our womxn and children.

This Saturday, 25 November, marks the start of 16 Days of Activism on No Violence against Women and Children, a campaign South Africa has participated in many times before this.

And what, frankly, has it done for us?

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South Africa has a problem and its name is men. It seems as though we can't go a day without seeing some new piece of news that a man has assaulted or murdered a womxn and yet, despite the celebration of Womxn's Day, Womxn's Month, the commitment of government to fight abuse, nothing seems to be changing. And we have to ask why.

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World Children’s Day saw young people take over roles in government, media and even at the United Nations, to raise awareness about issues important to them.

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Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande has encouraged learners and students needing financial aid to submit their applications early.

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We were all sitting on the edge of our seats, constantly refreshing the Presidency website, just waiting for them to release the Fees Commission report. And, finally, there it was. The Fees Commission report, months in the making.

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Weekly Open Opportunities in Bursaries, Internships, Scholarships, Graduates, Learnerships, Jobs Vacancies and Latest MATRIC Education News. Once you have found your opportunity 'Click on the Title'

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After months of waiting, President Jacob Zuma has released the Report of the Commission into the Feasibility of Fee-Free Higher Education and Training in South Africa.

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Three young scientists have been granted the opportunity to study engineering at South African universities of their choice after receiving bursaries worth over R1.3 million from Eskom.

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