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Facebook, Twitter, Google and Mxit on TOMz Monday 3 September @ 17h00 on SABC1

Facebook, Twitter, Google and Mxit… ever wondered how these platforms work. Thami and Dee take a step into a virtual world where they explore the science of communication, the internet and social media.  Dee and Thami discover that communication ‘back in the day’ was not nearly as simple as it is now.

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Educated and unemployed: Why? (Unemployed Graduates) – Watch Shift on Tuesday 4 September 13h30 to 14h30 on SABC1.

shiftThe unemployment rate in South Africa was last reported at 24.9% in the second quarter of 2012. Historically, from 2000 until 2012, South Africa’s unemployment rate averaged 25.5% reaching an all-time high of 31.2% in March 2003 and a record low of 21.9% in December 2008.

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Academics to resume at TUT

Academic activities at the Tshwane University of Technology will resume on Monday. Violent student protests brought the institution to a standstill last week. The university closed all its campuses leaving hundreds of students stranded.

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You Snooze, You lose! Don’t hide yourself in the corner...

An opportunity to reveal your financial genius in the banking & microfinance sector is within your reach! Do you have Maths/Accounting and English with a C-symbol aggregate? Apply Now! For BANKSETA’s 2013 Letsema post-matric programme.

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Changing Weather Patterns and the Impact on Agriculture

Much talk about global warming and changing weather patterns has been on the fore of agricultural discussions over the last decade or two, however, we now seem to be experiencing much of these long anticipated problems. Despite efforts around the world to curb the practices that encourage these changes in weather, the drive of progress continues to create conditions that exacerbate the problem states Advanced Nutrients MD Frank Winder.

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Matrics Uploaded heading to Eastern Cape as part of their Nationwide Mzansi Tour!

The next stop of the Matrics Uploaded nationwide tour of Mzansi is the Eastern Cape.  The Class of 2012 will get the chance to meet the Matrics Uploaded team at the Umtata Youth Centre on 1 September where visitors will learn how to become Citizen Journalists.  Visit the Youth Centre to learn all about Citizen Journalism. Tell us what’s news in your school, or just give us ‘shout outs’ and stand a chance to feature on the live show.  Lucky visitors will also win awesome prizes.

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