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As from today, 18-34 years olds are eligible to receive the covid-19 vaccine as part of South Africa’s vaccine rollout plan. This comes 11 days before it was originally planned for this age category to receive their life saving jabs.


The Department of Transport has warned motorists that the grace period for the renewal of driver's licenses will end on 31 August 2021. The grace period was initially instituted to combat the large backlog that was created by the Covid-19 lockdown and problems with the department's online system.
 


Government has decided to fast track the vaccine rollout by allowing people in the 18-35 age group to register and be vaccinated. 


The Department of Basic Education is considering scrapping the October school holidays to make up for lost teaching days due to disruptions to the school calendar. The proposal by the Department of Basic Education comes after consultations with various role players in the education sector. 


The South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) and the National Immunisation Safety Expert Committee have reassured the public that both the Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccines are safe to use.


If you've submitted your R350 grant application, you may be wondering just how soon you can expect to receive your first payment. 


If you missed your chance to apply for NSFAS funding in 2020, you now have another chance.


As we explain in our soft skills training course, “Business Skills for South African Women”, women bring something different to organisations. They’ve got multipurpose life and work experiences and through this offer more versatility than their male counterparts.


Applying for SASSA's R350 grant is the first step, but there are a few more steps you'll need to take in order to qualify every month. 


We have had report after report revealing disheartening information regarding job losses and economic downturns following the pandemic and subsequent lockdown. Over 1.4 million jobs were lost in 2020, and only a fraction of this was expected to be recovered in 2021. Similar events have occurred on a global scale. Is there any good news? Read on and see how you should be pivoting your career, and adjusting expectations with regards to work and studies.


SASSA has been pleading with previous beneficiaries of the R350 grant to collect their payments before the end of the month. 


Cheyenne Ferndale is a model of perseverance whose motto might as well be, ‘if at first you don’t succeed, bang on that door until it opens’.


Now that applications for SASSA's R350 grant are open, millions have been rushing to apply on the application platforms. 


The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF)has released details about how it will help businesses affected by the looting incidents that took place in July. 


SASSA has received a record number of applications since opening applications for the new R350 grant. 


After announcing that South Africans will be able to withdraw their retirement funds, the National Treasury has left many wondering just how soon this will happen. 


South Africa has been rolling out the Covid-19 vaccine for 6 months and millions have been vaccinated to date. 


The Gauteng Education Department has opened applications for 2022 online school admissions. The admissions process will be done in two phases, with phase 1 being the first to open.  


Applications for the R350 grant are open, but before applying, you need to make sure you have the right information ready for SASSA. All applicants are required to provide their details, which are then uploaded onto SASSA's database.  

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