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Four things you should achieve before you graduate

If you’re about to graduate at the end of this year, there are some things you should have sorted by now. And that’s aside from your academics. You don’t need to have your life planned out or a job waiting for on the other side. But there are some things you should achieve to make […]

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MATRICS: THERE ARE ALWAYS OPTIONS – EVEN AFTER BAD RESULTS

Many thousands of Grade 12 learners from the Class of 2015 will this week have to face the reality that things have not worked out the way they wanted them to in terms of their results.  With this disappointment will come the disarray of having to review their plans for 2016, an education expert says. […]

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Mile-high multi-taskers

Assumptions can be misleading, perhaps no more so than when the seatbelt signs go out and you settle back, accept a glass of chilled champagne and wonder how long it will take for dinner to be served. “Many customers regard airline cabin crew as waiters, albeit slightly glamourous ones who ply their trade at 35 […]

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Oxford Centenary Commemorative stamp competition themed ‘My Education my Future’ involves South African schools

Leading South African educational publisher, Oxford University Press Southern Africa (OUPSA) in partnership with the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS), the Department of Basic Education (DBE) and the South African Post Office (SAPO) has released their “My Education my Future” stamp competition as part of Oxford’s centenary celebrations. Oxford University Press wanted to […]

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DStv customers get their very own DStv agency in Alexandra Township

MultiChoice is bringing its service to your doorstep – a DStv agency opened on the 27th November, Shop no. 12 Alexandra Plaza, 3rd Street Wynberg in Alexandra. What makes this agency truly unique is that MultiChoice has empowered a member of this community to own and operate this business. Zacharia Makhwedzha of Makhwedzha Satellite Solution […]

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Get your Driver’s License the First Time

Learning to drive is stressful, but not nearly as stressful as taking that dreaded test. If you think it’s going to be easy because you’re an expert behind the wheel, well, you’re wrong. You may be calm when you’re sitting in the car with your parents or driving instructor, but it’s completely different when you’re […]

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10 signs your child needs a tutor

Signs your child needs a tutor  Their teacher recommended a tutor The teacher might see that the student needs a bit of extra help, motivation or support when it comes to school or homework. You are concerned with your child’s confidence and self esteem They are hard on themselves when they get poor grades, they […]

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Why you should move to Gauteng after studying

Students nearing the end of their courses are faced with questions of what to do next. Should you stay close to home and try to find work? Or should you move elsewhere for better opportunities? For many people the solution lies in Gauteng. Home to the two largest cities in South Africa, Johannesburg and Pretoria, […]

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10 top tips for students holidaying in Jozi

Exams are done and the holidays are here! If you’re stuck in Joburg over the winter holidays, rest assured that there’s loads to do in the city, whether you’re looking for a new place to party, a new hotspot for great food, or a place to give some of your time to a good cause, […]

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Bad habits

It is always great when some other person tells us that we can be whatever we set our minds to Well I think people act as a gazebo, a white pill that doctors use to make the patient use belief to self-hill The exact thing happens when some great speaker (I am only saying great, […]

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