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The Basic Education Department has announced that it will be delaying the reopening of schools. The department said it made this decision in an effort to save lives. 

Schools will now reopen on the 15th of February. The department said it will work on persuading private schools to also delay reopening. 

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The sudden pandemic pushed business operations, and the ability to continuously develop their human capital’s skills, into the 4th Industrial Revolution much earlier than was anticipated.

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South Africans can expect to be without electricity for some time as Eskom has announced that Stage 2 loadshedding is back once again.

Loadshedding will start at 12:00 on Thursday and end at 23:00 on Sunday night. 

In a statement released Thursday morning, Eskom said “The load-shedding is necessary due to loss of generation capacity overnight,”

Matshidiso Khalimatshi was one of many South African youth unable to find work in their chosen field after graduation. After weeks of sending one email application after another without response, she realised that she would have to change job-hunting tactics.

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COVID-19 Vaccine

Schools will be opening soon which means that teachers will be in close contact with their learners once again. This is the reason why NAPTOSA believes that the government should include teachers in the first group that will receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Organisations and individuals are being forced to think differently about the concept of employment.

Terms like employee, manager and work are evolving to incorporate the changes happening across the globe.

According to the video "The 5 trends shaping the world of work" there are five major factors that are causing this evolution to happen.

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Do you want to know where the money is? Check out the five highest paying jobs in South Africa.

If you are deciding on a career path, it might help you to learn more about your job prospects after you graduate or qualify to work in your chosen field.

The period between the last exam paper and the release of Matric results are some of the most anxiety-inducing, nail-biting weeks of school-leavers’ lives.

What should be a period of rest and relaxation as young people make the transition between school and further studies, is often marred by questions about “what if”.

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Matric can be a tough year and not everyone who writes the final paper passes matric on their first try. This is why the Second Chance programme exists. 

Matric is a very important year and most government opportunities often require applicants to have a matric qualification. 

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Schools are expected to open on the 27th of January, but there are fears that the Department of Basic Education has not done enough to prepare schools.  

Cynthia Barnes, General Secretary of the National Teachers Union (Natu) said Natu is not happy with the fact that schools are scheduled to reopen soon. 



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Covid-19 has added a new element to the workspace, as employers and employees now have more responsibilities. With the vaccine set to be rolled out as early as this month, questions remain about whether employers can force employees to take the vaccine. 

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Data & Internet Connectivity has been researched to be the largest factor in Africa that has inhibited real progress and growth on the continent. It seemed impossible to overcome.
 

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During his address to the nation on Monday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed that the country will remain on lockdown level 3. The President also announced new adjustments that will be in place while the country remains on adjusted level 3. 

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The President has spoken to the country again about the Covid-19 pandemic as it reaches it's tenth month in the country.

There are now more than 15 000 people in South African hospitals because of Covid-19.

He confirmed that the large increase in cases is largely driven by the variant V501.02. The variant tends to be much more transmissable.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will be addressing the nation tonight. The President is expected to speak about a way forward for the country, following the move to updated level 3 on 28 December.

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Current international developments are moving the world of business into uncharted territories in ways that are unprecedented in the modern era. At this point, it is easy to say that we have never been here before. As such, the need to be able to accurately predict the market is greater than it has ever been before.

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You have read or heard a million times that a company’s competitive advantage in today’s current economic climate depends on its people’s skills and talents.  You have also heard platitudes like ‘people are our most important asset’ but when times are tough the first line item that gets yanked from the budget or put on hold funnily enough is always training.

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2020 has not only been an uncertain year but a testing one with various organisations making drastic decisions, the safety and compliance of each company must be taken into consideration.

Well-crafted and delivered continuing professional development is important because it delivers benefits to the individual, their profession and the public.

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Do you want to know where the money is? Check out the five highest paying jobs in South Africa.

If you are deciding on a career path, it might help you to learn more about your job prospects after you graduate or qualify to work in your chosen field.

If you’re looking for funding for your studies, you probably know you need to go through NSFAS if you qualify.

You may be a little confused as to how to apply though, so here’s a quick guide on how to apply for NSFAS online.

Thinking of studying at Unisa? Now is the time to apply for the academic programme of your choice.

According to Unisa's Website, "Everyone wanting to start a new qualification must apply for admission. This includes first-time Unisa applicants and Unisa students changing to a new qualification."