Whether it be further study, graduating or looking for a career there are always questions that come to mind: What to do? Where to apply? How to prepare? When is the right time?
>>SABC Education and MyCareerMyLife have established a long-term partnership focused on subject choice and career guidance targeting the youth segment in our country.>
Find all the Khetha updates in this page - Khetha focuses on informing young people about post school options and the importance of applying early for these opportunities. It is important for learners in grade 9 to 12, parents, adult learners, teachers and the unemployed. Learning at a university provides young people with an expansive overview and theoretical grounding in the field of study. University study is more about developing research, problem solving skills and relevant theory equipping graduates with the right skills to create new knowledge.
SABC Education in partnership with the Department of Basic Education (DBE) is calling all South African matric students to register and receive their matric results through SMS and USSD lines.
This September, the Nal’ibali reading-for-enjoyment campaign is launching a nationwide storytelling competition to find South Africa’s first ‘Story Bosso’. Aimed at reawakening a love of storytelling among South Africans of all ages, the competition will connect the public to ideas and inspiration both on how to tell stories and read aloud to others; showcase a range of local stories (in all South African languages) as well as identify undiscovered storytellers in communities across the country.
Geneva, 8 December 2015 – The second annual GEM-TECH Awards, which recognize outstanding work to leverage the potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to promote the empowerment of women and girls, highlight the urgent need to bridge the persistent gender digital divide.