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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:

Matric Exam results

In ten days time, matriculants will receive their final results after weeks of waiting. 

impact of grade 11 on matric results

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has left scars on every part of our lives, and the loss of crucial teaching time has had an impact on the Grade 12 class of 2021.

SASSA R350 Grant payments start today

As the new year and a new month begins, social grant recipients will now be eligible to collect their grants at post offices around the country.

School children not placed in Gauteng schools

A teachers union is calling on the Education Department to allow learners to return to school at full time learning to ensure that no further teaching time is lost. 

Why The Matric Standardisation Meeting Is Important

In two weeks time, the Grade 12 class of 2021 will receive their final examination results. However, there is a lot of work that has to be done before matriculants can get their results.

updating you registed details on SARS

The Covid-19 pandemic impacted every part of our lives. It also accelerated the use of digital tools and technology to change the way we complete tasks. 

SASSA cards stacked

Before applications for the second round of SRD grants opened, Chief Executive Officer of SASSA, Busisiwe Memela said the post office was looking at different channels which can be used to distribute the grants.

SASSA card

In 2021/2021 South Africa’s social wage grew to R1.1 trillion in 2021/22 from R860 billion in 2018/19.

Municipailty has not paid workers salaries

Just months after the 2021 Local Government Elections (LGE) , a Northern Cape Municipality is being accused of not paying workers salaries.

Nsfas applications extended

The South African government wants to ensure that no student is turned away from achieving their academic goals at institutions of higher learning due to financial challenges.

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