Raigan Cloete


raigan cloeteRaigan is a Writer at Portal Publishing where she writes for the Careers Portal website and loves the work she does.

She enjoys creating content that is easy to read and useful to readers of all ages. Writing content for Careers Portal allows her a creative outlet from her busy studies at the University of the Western Cape, where she is working towards getting her Bachelor in Dental Surgery.

Articles by Raigan:

The National Professional Teachers' Association of South Africa (NAPTOSA) feels that the government should have included teachers in the first group that will receive the COVID-19 vaccine since schools are reopening and teachers will be the ones on the frontline of the pandemic along with healthcare workers.

On Monday, 28 December 2020, the President announced that there would a ban on alcohol to not only save lives but to also reduce people's reckless behaviour. The Beer Association of South Africa believes that this decision will negatively impact South Africa's economy.

South Africa is currently on the waiting list for the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines, however, the question all South Africans are asking is who will receive the vaccine first.

Due to the recently discovered COVID-19 variant in the country, other countries in the world have banned all South African types of transportation from entering, in an effort to protect their citizens. Currently, the South African government is engaging with those countries to have the ban lifted.

Last night the President had a sit down with the nation and proceeded to tell all South Africans that the country would enter lockdown Level 3. Which means stricter regulations and protocols to follow in an effort to decrease the country's COVID-19 cases.

SASSA's spokesperson, Paseka Lestatsi, has updated the nation on SASSA's plans for the festive season. He drew attention to payment dates and how they intend on keeping beneficiaries safe on collection days.

Many people are wondering what IRP5 registered means and here are a few details to help makes things clearer.

Unfortunately, South Africa has breached the one million mark of COVID-19 cases. Which is why the National Coronavirus Command Council is discussing ways to stop the spread of the virus.

In an effort to slow down the spread of the virus, SARS offices will close temporarily beginning on Christmas Eve.

Beneficiaries of the temporary COVID-19 SRD grant are asked to use the SRD website for services such as correction of names, cancellation of the grant, appeal outcome of the declined application, and changing of bank details.

On Tuesday the Gauteng Department of Education announced that the late online registration admissions for Grade 1 and 8 learners were open.

A new strain of the coronavirus was discovered in South Africa, which is not only scary for citizens of the country but also for other countries since people are constantly travelling all over the world.

Since 2018 NSFAS has been helping students further their education by providing them with bursaries to study at public tertiary institutions. To find out if you qualify for an NSFAS bursary even though you are currently employed, keep on reading.

The Free State government partners with the private sector to address the unemployment issue in their province.

The Matric Class of 2020 has been through so many challenges this year, which is why they deserve for the marking of their exams to run smoothly.

SASSA has announced the Social Grant payment dates for January 2021. Approved beneficiaries will receive their payments on the following dates...

The question many South Africans have been asking has been when the country will receive the COVID-19 vaccine since many other countries have started distribution of these vaccines.

The country is expected to distribute COVID-19 vaccines in 2021, which is a relief for many South Africans. However, some citizens are still on the fence about these vaccines, which is why health experts are doing their best to help them see the light.

New daily COVID-19 cases have gone over the 10 000 mark. Which is very concerning.

Yesterday was the first public holiday since President Cyril Ramaphosa implemented the tighter level 1 restrictions. And to enjoy their off day, many Capetonians decided to go to the beach to have some fun in the sun. However, it seems that the restrictions were not obeyed.