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2021 Matric Examination And Results In South Africa

2021 Matric Examination updates Changes for South Africa’s matric exam timetable to accommodate elections The Department of Basic Education has shifted the end-of-year exam timetable for matrics to accommodate the local government elections on 1 November. In a notice published on Wednesday (15 September), the department said that the exams are now scheduled to start on 27 October… Read More »

How To Get An Importer Number In South Africa

What is an importer? Any person (local or foreign) who import goods into South Africa must register as an importer including the importation of continuous transmission commodities (CTC). Any foreigner importer (e.g. individual or juristic person) who wishes to import goods into South Africa must register as an importer and nominate a registered agent located in South Africa… Read More »

How To Get Adderall In South Africa

What is Adderall? Adderall and Mydayis are trade names for a combination drug called mixed amphetamine salts containing four salts of amphetamine. Did you know that Adderall is almost chemically identical to amphetamine and methamphetamine? Their similarities go beyond their chemical compositions; these powerful stimulants share some of the same side effects and are seen as equally dangerous.… Read More »

UJ Botany Department Plants Vegetables with Grade 10/11 Learners

As part of the Botany and Plant Biotechnology departmental community outreach, Dr Estherna Pretorius invited the grade 10/11 Life Sciences learners of the UJ Metropolitan Academy to participate in a vegetable garden project at their school. This project is aligned with the National sustainable development goals in that the project aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and to promote lifelong… Read More »

Young UJ graduate making strides in the cybersecurity sector

How do young women break into a fiercely competitive, high-skill industry and build a fulfilling and globally competitive career? For one young professional, a supportive culture and the opportunity to make a real impact has proved to be the perfect mix as she makes inroads in what remains a male-dominated industry. “As a young, unexperienced woman starting out… Read More »

Anna Nnenna Abengowe appointed as Deputy Director of the UJ Graduate School of Architecture

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Anna Nnenna Abengowe (Nigeria/UK/US) as the Deputy Director of the Graduate School of Architecture (GSA). Anna Abengowe holds a Bachelor in Art History from Boston University and a Master’s in Architecture from Princeton University.  After extensive experience working in corporate architecture (The Rockwell Group, AECOM and… Read More »

UNISA Undergraduate & Honours Qualifications

UNISA Undergraduate & Honours Qualifications Official UNISA Undergraduate & Honours Qualifications  We are pleased to inform you about UNISA Undergraduate & Honours Qualifications UNISA Undergraduate & Honours Qualifications Registration process starts here Step 1 Find your qualification & choose your modules Step 2 Calculate your study & other fees Step 3 Complete & submit your registration Step 4 Pay your study fees Step 5 After registration Applicants (new applicants… Read More »

UWC – Among the Greatest in the World

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) has done it again. It has been ranked in the top 800 universities globally by Times Higher Education (THE) for the sixth year running. Udubs placed seventh in South Africa and 13th on the African continent. The THE Global Impact Rankings help universities worldwide through analysis and benchmarking. THE prides itself… Read More »

Ndebele assumes role of Deputy Chairperson of Rhodes University Council

Rhodes University Council has elected the Executive Director at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls (OWLAG), Ms Gugu Ndebele, its new deputy chairperson. Ms Ndebele succeeds Reverend Canon Dr Vicentia Kgabe, who became the first woman deputy chairperson of Rhodes University Council in 2020. Dr Kgabe was, in 2021, elected the Bishop for the Diocese of Lesotho.… Read More »

Recognition of Prior Learning Unit Wins International Award For UWC

Meet Dr Rekha Rambharose – one of the University of the Western Cape’s (UWC) finest. She is a Nano biotechnology scientist, but the one area she is most proud of is her role as chair of the Implementation, Assessment and Articulation of Recognition of Prior Learning (IAARPL) practitioners committee and the principal investigator of the Technology Enhanced RPL… Read More »

Wits Chancellor Dr Judy Dlamini graduates again

Respect for the profession created the need to do this qualification, says Dlamini. A medical doctor, successful businesswoman, and the Wits Chancellor, Dr Judy Dlamini graduated today, 26 April 2022, at Wits University with a teaching qualification. She received a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) and was amongst teachers, across a range of educational qualifications, capped during the… Read More »