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Careers: LGSETA Bursary
The Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA) invites students/undergraduates who are interested in joining the local government sector to apply for their bursary opportunity. The LGSETA will only fund a course which falls within the scarce and critical skills areas in Local Government.
Learner Support: How to search for information online
The internet is a very big and open virtual space, filled with information, tips and videos. It can also be very daunting when searching for the information you really want, especially if it is for a project. A lot of the information you find might not be accurate...
Lifestyle: Now Showing at Cinemas Near You!
The following movies have been released in South African Cinemas from 20 May 2016.
Health: City Health Resources

​Community Health Services that deal directly with people and their problems are provided by clinics, day hospitals (known as Community Health Centre's) and Midwife Obstetric Units (birthing units or MOUs) include...

Women: Osteoporosis
​​Osteoporosis is an illness characterised by a decrease in the density of bone and loss of bone tissue, decreasing its strength and resulting in fragile bones. Osteoporosis makes your bones weak and more likely to break.
People of note
Sibongile Sambo
Sibongile Sambo is the founder and managing director of SRS Aviation, South Africa. She was born in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga in 1974. She is the first black woman in South Africa to own an aviation company.
Time Management
Do you find yourself overwhelmed by the number and complexity of projects that need to be completed each day? As the day goes by, do you often feel as if you haven’t paid enough attention...
Parents, operators and schools must take note of regulations applicable to scholar transport
​The City’s 220 councillors will, over the next three months, engage with schools and crèches in their wards about the regulations for those who are paid to transport children.
Benefits of Olives
Olives are the fruit product of the olive tree. The olive fruit becomes blackish-purple when fully ripe. However, some olive varieties are green when ripe and some are copper brown. Raw olives taste bitter because they contain an alkaloid.
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