Ryan Cloete


ryan cloeteRyan Cloete is a journalist based in Cape Town who writes for The Careers Portal and The Skills Portal. He received an Advanced Diploma in Journalism at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 2021. Ryan has also previously worked as an on-air contributor at One FM.

As a journalist, Ryan's ultimate goal is to work for a publication that makes a difference in the lives of people. Working at Portal Publishing has provided him with an opportunity to do this and kick start his hopefully long career in news. He also enjoys reading, having a good laugh with friends and watching sporting events.

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Ryan's Articles:

Millions of people rely on social grants monthly to purchase basic goods and access services monthly. Here's how much grant beneficiaries will receive in May 2024. 

Matric learners around the country are preparing for their midyear exams. For some leaners, they will be writing their final NSC exams in May. 

Knowing which jobs have vacancy rates and competitive salaries can guide graduates to a fulfilling and lucrative career. The Higher Education Department has published the most in demand jobs in South Africa. 

Finding out that the programme you are currently enrolled in is being phased out can be distressing for students. South Africa's largest university has revealed the way forward for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work Programme.

Stakeholders in the higher education sector have welcomed Minister Nzimande's decision to dissolve the NSFAS board and place the scheme under administration. Several challenges have led the minister to make this decision. 

SARS has sent a warning to taxpayers living in South Africa. This comes after the revenue service found a high number of tax advisors who were not compliant. 

Education is crucial for both individual and societal progress. The amount of individuals pursuing bachelor's degrees in South Africa has increased since the dawn of democracy, however, questions are being raised about whether undergraduate degrees are enough for people.

Millions of people receive SRD Grant payments every month. The value of the grant has increased to R370 and many more people are expected to apply for the grant. 

The relief provided by the UIF assists individuals who require financial support, helping them fill the gaps while they are unable to earn money. Individuals requiring relief must fill out UIF forms. 

Nearly two million students submitted applications for NSFAS bursaries. However, thousands of these applicants were denied access to the comprehensive financial assistance offered by NSFAS.

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education wants to ensure a smooth start for the 2025 school year and have opened their 2025 school admission applications. Here's all you need to know. 

South Africa's Revenue Service smashed its tax collection targets last year. Trillions of rands were collected by SARS. 

The price of electricity is going up again. While an increase was just implemented, experts warn that prices could soar again. 

Social grant ensure that millions of vulnerable people in South Africa can purchase basic goods and access basic services every month. These grants are now being distributed to beneficiaries. 

Millions of people have welcomed the extension of the SRD Grant. However, the people who rely on the grant don't yet know when they will be paid. 

Do you want to go to university? Registering for the National Benchmark Test may be your next step. NBT registrations for 2024 are now open.

The Chartered Institute for Procurement & Supply has submitted a series of detailed recommendations for South Africa’s Public Procurement Bill with the intention of advancing the principles of ethical procurement practices within the Southern Africa region.

Surely not again? This is the reaction from motorists who will have to dig deeper into their pockets when paying for petrol in April. The latest fuel increases have been revealed. 

Millions of people will receive Sassa grants in April 2024. The grant payment agency has confirmed that all grants to be distributed in April will be increased. 

South Africa's job market showed some mixed signals in the final quarter of 2023, with total employment declining but wages and earnings increasing. This was detailed in Statistics South Africa's latest release.




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