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The Department of Basic Education has condemned a violent act by a male learner, who is seen in a video assaulting a female learner.

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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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Overseas donors play a key role in funding South African universities, and it is vital that more local individuals, companies and philanthropists come on board to support them financially for long-term sustainability.

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Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has welcomed the decision to fire the educator found guilty of three serious charges including racism at St John’s College in Johannesburg.

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MAZARS

A total of 28 participants, 20 from Gauteng and 8 from Durban, have officially graduated from the Mazars Job Readiness Programme called, “Access”, an accredited youth development programme run in conjunction with Ucademy, an accredited business process outsourcing (BPO) learning institution.

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Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande will soon present a National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Amendment Bill to Parliament for approval.

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Clever Trevor and his Mitchells Plain Bursary and Role Model Trust team handed over bursaries worth R1.35 million to 54 students from Mitchells Plain and surrounding areas at Beacon Hill High School.

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The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has officially opened applications for funding for the second semester. Please note that this call for applications applies only to students at public TVET colleges.

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EDUCATION

Are you struggling to find an affordable way to do your matric? Feeling a bit lost? Not knowing how to complete your matric? Careers Portal have compiled all the contact information for you.

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The graduate employability strategy of The Independent Institute of Education (IIE), as implemented on Rosebank College campuses throughout South Africa, has been recognised as the top programme of its kind by International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank Group.

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If you missed out on Unisa funding, worry not! Unisa has re-opened applications for Unisa Council funding.

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As the Class of 2017 return to their desks for arguably the most important few months of their school careers, it is time for them to eliminate all distractions, and budget their time to ensure they stay in control of their revision and ultimate success, an education expert says.

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The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has urged students, who received funding, to sign their Loan Agreement Forms (LAFs) to avoid funding retraction.

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The first half of the year is over and that means vacation time. But let us not forget that the second semester is yet to come and you still need to get through that. So let's take a brief look at how to survive the start of the second semester.

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The online admission for Grades 1 and 8 for the 2018 academic year in Gauteng have officially started today, says the Gauteng Department of Education.

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Careers Portal understands the stumbling blocks you face when completing your studies and seeking job placements. Therefore we have made it our mission and purpose to give you the weekly opportunities in one breakdown.

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Earlier this week we published an opinion piece titled "Crisis Point: Tertiary Education is Broken", about some of the problems facing universities in South Africa.

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Careers Portal understands the stumbling blocks you face when completing your studies and seeking job placements. Therefore we have made it our mission and purpose to give you the weekly opportunities in one breakdown.

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A young student from Umlazi who overcame great hardship to be accepted into Harvard on a full scholarship, will return to South Africa to launch an ambitious initiative to assist underprivileged learners throughout the country.

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The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has rebuffed media reports on the minimum promotion requirements in school, labelling these claims as misleading.

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Tertiary education is broken. Universities as they currently exist and function cannot last much longer and nor should they. The dropout rate in South Africa's universities is high, while our graduation rate is low, far lower than the "ideal" rate of 25% set in the National Plan for Higher Education (Department of Education, 2001).

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