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Ryan Cloete

My name is Ryan Cloete. I'm a rookie journalist based in Cape Town. I'm currently studying towards an Advanced Diploma in Journalism at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

I am very much a work in progress with the goal of being better than I was yesterday. As a journalist, my ultimate goal is to work for a publication that makes a difference in the lives of people.

Working at Portal Publishing has provided me with an opportunity to do this and kick start my hopefully long career in news. I also enjoy reading, having a good laugh with friends and watching sporting events. “No duty is more urgent than that of returning thanks.” – James Allen

RYAN'S ARTICLES:

Unisa fake news on social media

As the 2022 academic year gets underway, many students are scrambling to ensure their place at a tertiary institution.

department of education and homeschooling

New regulations introduced by the Department of Basic Education could effectively end home schooling in South Africa should they determine it not beneficial to the child. 

understanding debt rescue services

Being over-indebted can be extremely stressful. This is when you find yourself not having enough money to meet your needs whilst trying to pay off existing debt.

Matric Results Won't Be Published In Newspapers

The annual tradition of purchasing a newspaper to see who passed matric will not take place as the education department has decided against publishing matric results on public platforms. 

Motshekga Wants Parents To Encourage Vaccination Among Children

The Covid-19 pandemic impacted upon many aspects of our lives, including the way children and teachers interact at schools.

Schools sports to alllow spectators

Fans of school sport will celebrate after an announcement that amendments will be made which will allow spectators at school sport activities.

Motshekga Says History Curriculum Overhaul Report Due Soon

In 2024, if all goes as planned, South African schools will be teaching a new history curriculum to millions of students.

President Cyril Ramaphosa

The president of South Africa has endorsed the implementation of a Basic Income Grant (BIG) as time runs out of the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant. 

Angie Motshegka media briefing

In preparation of the upcoming 2022 school year, Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga has briefed the media and clarified a number of issues in the education sector.

Post Office: Wait For An SMS Before Collecting SASSA R350 Grant

The distribution of the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant began on Monday which could see as many as 10 million grant recipients visiting post office branches around the country to collect their money.

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