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Higher Education Dept Finally Open NSFAS Applications 2021

Filed in Latest News by on August 3, 2020 0 Comments

Higher Education Dept Finally Open NSFAS Applications 2021 We(zainfo.co.za team) gladly inform you that Higher Education Dept Finally Open NSFAS Applications 2021 The NSFAS application season for 2021 will run from 3 August to 30 November. Due to Covid-19, students will not need to submit an uploaded consent form but can accept and submit an […]

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NSFAS FUNDING APPLICATIONS OFFICIALLY OPENED

Filed in Latest News by on August 3, 2020 0 Comments

NSFAS FUNDING APPLICATIONS OFFICIALLY OPENED 2021 We(https://zainfo.co.za team) are pleased to inform you about NSFAS FUNDING APPLICATIONS OFFICIALLY OPENED 2021 JOHANNESBURG – Applications for the National Student Financial Aid SchemeĀ (NSFAS) have been officially opened for students from poor and working-class backgrounds who wish to further their studies at any public TVET college or university. The […]

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Hereā€™s why Microsoft upgrades its Outlook apps

Filed in Latest News by on July 23, 2020 0 Comments

Do you that Microsoft upgrades its Outlook apps? Hereā€™s why… We(zainfo.co.za team) gladly inform you about why Microsoft upgrades its Outlook apps-read full details below Microsoft has placed emphasis on its iOS and Android apps in its recent round of Outlook updates. This is as a result of a 52% jump in the number of […]

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SASSA R350 grants: Why some beneficiaries have been paid double

Filed in Latest News by on July 23, 2020 0 Comments

Good news grant beneficiaries! The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA), announced on Wednesday 22 July, that it would be making double payments of the R350 grant this week. Weā€™ve broken it down for you so at the end of this piece, you should know why SASSA is issuing double payments and on what basis […]

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South Africa secures R5 billion loan from African Development Bank

Filed in Latest News by on July 23, 2020 0 Comments

President Cyril Ramaphosa / Image via GCIS The African Development Bank on Wednesday approved a $288 million (R5 billion) loan to South Africa to help fight coronavirus and mitigate the economic fallout of the pandemic. South Africa is theĀ hardest-hit country on the continent, with over 380,000 cases and at least 5 368 fatalities recorded to […]

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The Bachelorette SA calls for bachelors for Qiniso van Damme

Filed in Latest News by on July 23, 2020 0 Comments

The tables are turned on the past two seasons and the search is ON for bachelors forĀ Quiniso van DammeĀ who’s been announced as South Africa’s first Bachelorette. Applications are open to South African citizens and permanent residents over the age of 21. With a sense of humour. ThisĀ is how to score yourself street cred when it […]

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Calling all aspiring voice over artists

Filed in Latest News by on July 23, 2020 1 Comment

Calling all aspiring voice over artists A heads-up that the South African Guild of Actors will be hosting a cool-sounding Zoom workshop this Saturday (25 July) for those who are interested in becoming voice over artists. It’s facilitated by Jack Devnarain (Isidingo, Imbewu) and it’s going to explore tips of the trade from experienced voice […]

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SAA staff severance packages -how much money they will Get

Filed in Latest News by on July 10, 2020 0 Comments

SAA staff severance packages -how much money they will Get Almost all of South African Airwaysā€™ (SAA)Ā labour unions have agreed to the terms of a company-wide severance package deal, which will ensure that thousands of workers get a fair financial payout once the airline goes out of business. The Department of Public Enterprises confirmed that […]

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Blade Nzimande Says Academic year likely to spill over into 2021 |

Filed in Latest News by on July 10, 2020 0 Comments

About University reopening-Blade Nzimande Says Academic year likely to spill over into 2021 |Ā  Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has provided an update on the return of South Africaā€™s students to universities, community colleges and other institutions of higher learning, conceding that the 2020 academic year is likely to only conclude in 2021. This will […]

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SASSA says some monthly payments ā€˜could be splitā€™-R350 grant latest

Filed in Latest News by on July 10, 2020 0 Comments

Another day, another baffling update with regards to the R350 grant payments. SASSAā€™s Relief of Distress FundĀ has been littered with technical and administrative issues since its introduction in May, leaving a high proportion of the six million eligible applicants out of pocket and in a tough financial spot. R350 GRANT PAYMENTS ā€˜MAY BE SPLITā€™ FOR […]

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