Recruiters judge you by the information provided on your resume and can make their decision whether it is worth meeting you. Your CV is a potential employer’s very first impression
According to research, the number of job applications reaches a high every year around October. This means even more competition out there for those jobs you are applying for. If
Today, November 7, The Department of Labour announced that the minimum wage for the domestic worker sector has been adjusted upward with effect from December 1, 2016. The new wages
Mcebo Dlamini, one of the students arrested during the FeesMustFall protests, could face having his funding cut. Dlamini was arrested on Sunday and charged with assaulting a police officer‚ theft‚
You know what the best part of baking is? (Besides the eating, of course). The most incredible thing about baking is that unlike cooking, you begin with ingredients that don’t
Even without the use of anti-retroviral medication, a group of South African Teens has developed resistance against the effects of HIV, according to CNN. HIV is a deadly virus that
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu on Sunday said the country must shut down until South Africans have free education. “Let’s shut down South Africa to have free education because it’s
The ongoing protests at South Africa’s universities have hit the global headlines. Here’s a selection of what some international publications are saying. As violence continues to escalate at universities across
Grade 2 learner at Sacred Heart College, Michelle Nkamankeng, recently made history when she became the youngest published author on the continent and also the 10th youngest in the world.
One of the most important things that every student learns is that they part of a greater community, and that this community also needs to constantly grow, change and improve.