Ryan Cloete

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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:


NSFAS provides comprehensive funding to deserving students which includes several allowances. The government bursary scheme has confirmed how allowances will be paid to students 


Thousands of students benefit from the comprehensive funding provided by NSFAS. The bursary scheme have confirmed August 2024 NSFAS allowance payments.


There are millions of unemployed people living in South Africa. The president has unveiled ambitious plans to create jobs through streamlining bureaucracy and cutting red tape,


Millions of people submitted SRD grant applications for July 2024. Here's how they can check if they will receive an SRD grant payment this month. 


Many ineligible students received NSFAS bursaries. The Special Investigating Unit is actively working to recover these funds.
 


Online applications for public school admission in Gauteng opened last week, and over half a million applications have been submitted to the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) within the past seven days.

 


Millions of individuals rely on social grants distributed by Sassa. Several measures are set to be taken by the agency to improve grant administration in South Africa. 


SARS tax season is well underway in South Africa with thousands of tax payers submitting tax returns. Many of these individuals are set to receive tax refunds. 


For many students, NSFAS allowances are crucial for affording living expenses during their studies. The funding scheme recently clarified who will handle allowance payments for the remainder of 2024. 


Thousands of students are enrolled at Unisa. The university has made a major announcement that will impact all students. 


There are thousands of parents who already submitted 2025 Gauteng school admission applications for their children. The Gauteng Department of Education has revealed when parents will receive placement offers. 


There are thousands of school learners in Gauteng who will start 2025 at a new school. The Gauteng Education Department is now taking 2025 school applications.


Thousands of learners will participate in the 2024 matric exams. The Department of Education has now released the official exam timetable to assist learners with their preparation. 


With a diverse team of MECs, Gauteng's seventh administration is set to begin their work in the province. Here's what Premier Panyaza Lesufi wants the administration to focus on. 


Parents can now submit school admission applications for their children in Gauteng. The application period will remain open for just over a month. 


NSFAS Bursaries ensure that thousands of poor students can obtain tertiary education qualifications. However, proposals from South Africa's official opposition party could see the funding model deployed by the scheme change. 


With just over one hundred days remaining before the 2024 final matric exams, the Education Department has announced a change to the timetable.


Understanding the eligibility criteria and application process for Sassa grants is crucial for accessing the support you need. Here’s a comprehensive guide to applying for Sassa grants in August 2024. 


Thousands of students will embark on higher education studies at TVET Colleges for semester 2. These students can now apply for funding from NSFAS. 


Thousands of students are set to register in academic programmes at Unisa. Here's how to check if your registration was successful. 

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