Reapplication for SRD Grant

Sassa Confirms Reapplication for SRD Grant

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) confirmed reapplication for SRD R350 grant. This means that those who previously applied must log their applications to be considered for the new grant extended earlier this year. Why Reapplication for the R350 Grant Speaking on SABC News last week, Sassa Spokesperson, Paseka Letsatsi indicated that the new […]

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How to Reapply for R350 Grant

How to Reapply for R350 Grant

How to Reapply for R350 Grant Sassa SRD applications for the extended R350 grant have opened on the 23rd of April 2022. Applicants are now able to send applications to Sassa via the website. Application Channels Social Development Department said that “Applications can be lodged on the SASSA website at https://srd.sassa.gov.za. Further communication will be issued […]

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UNISA UPDATES False Information Concern

Unisa Updates: ‘Not in my Name’ – Unisa is Concerned About False Advertising

Unisa Updates: The University of South Africa (Unisa) has released a cautionary message for students on false advertising and misleading information. They said that there are companies and social media pages falsely advertising Unisa information. Unisa Concerm “It has come to our attention that some companies and social media pages have been falsely advertising Unisa […]

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Examination Assistants Roles and Recruitment

Education Career | Examination Assistants Roles and Recruitment Drive 2022

Some provinces have started recruiting examination assistants for the 2022 academic year. With the May/June examinations just around the corner, you may find yourself being one of the recruits if you have matric. We look at the roles of examination assistants and the Limpopo Province recruitment.     Limpopo Education Department Recruitment The Limpopo Department of […]

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Unisa News Five Staff Members Suspended

Unisa Updates | Unisa Suspends Five Staff Members Following Illegal Protest

Unisa Updates | Unisa Suspends Five Staff Members Following Illegal Protest The University of South Africa (Unisa) has issued a statement about the new developments following the graduation ceremony disruptions caused by protesting workers. In the statement, the University indicated that the facility management has met and discussed about the recent acts of ‘lawlessness’ by […]

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