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 South Africans rely on Sassa grants for monthly support. Sassa has confirmed the exact dates for July 2024 Sassa grant payment dates for Older Persons, Disability, and Children's grants. 

The importance of NSFAS funding cannot be understated as more than one million students rely on allowances from the government bursary scheme to purchase food, stationery and pay for rent or transport. Challenges at NSFAS are threatening to undermine the objectives of the government bursary scheme. 

Millions of people have applied for the Social Relief of Distress grant. Sassa has just confirmed how much approved grant applicants will be paid. 

As the new school year approaches, the Limpopo Department of Education (LDoE) is preparing to manage the 2025 admissions process for learners. The department is committed to ensuring that every learner in the province is placed in a school.

More than 10 million people have submitted applications for the R370 grant. Sassa has confirmed when approved SRD grant applicants will be paid in June 2024. 

Over a million students depend on NSFAS allowances to cover essential costs while they study. An important announcement was made by the financial aid scheme. 

NSFAS has just confirmed another change in its leadership structure. The scheme has agreed to a "mutual termination" of its Chief Financial Officer's contract 

Did you submit a R370 grant appeal because you were initially rejected? Here's how to check your R370 Sassa grant appeal status. 

More than 9 million people are eligible for the R370 grant. Here's how to submit an appeal if you applications for the grant was rejected. 

Thousands of students rely on funding from NSFAS to cover essential costs related to their studies including rent. The financial aid scheme has confirmed the payment of allowances. 

As South Africa marks Youth Month, the country grapples with a staggering youth unemployment rate, with approximately 45% of individuals aged between 15 and 34 jobless. Amidst these challenge, all eyes will be on the new administration and its plans to tackle youth unemployment. 

Thousands of students could potentially miss out on their June 2024 NSFAS allowances. They are urged to upload their banking details to prevent allowance payment delays. 

You can now apply for a Sassa grant online. Here's all you need to know about Sassa online grant applications. 

Eskom does not expect loadshedding to exceed stage 2 according to its predictions. This is in stark contrast to the severely strained electricity supply provided to South Africans twelve months ago. 

Thousands of students are eligible for the NSFAS transport allowance. However, challenges with the payment of these allowances could prevent students from attending classes regularly.

The UIF pays benefits to individuals who require short-term financial relief. Here's how to secure are quick UIF benefits payment by preventing unnecessary delays. 

The 2024 tax season is less than one month away. SARS is calling on taxpayers to prepare their information and documents to ensure a smooth tax season. 

There will finally be relief for motorists in the sixth month of 2024 after months of consecutive increases. The petrol price has been revealed for June 2024. 

More than 18 million people will receive grant payments this week. Sassa has begun paying June 2024 grants. 

The Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) was introduced to help employers pay their workers during the national lockdowns, which caused many businesses to lose income. However, several individuals improperly received these relief funds. 




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