It’s easy to feel apathetic about politics when, as a young person, it all seems a little out of reach. What bearing does something like the State of the Nation Address (SONA) actually have on our day-to-day lives? While it may not seem like it, SONA plays an integral role in a larger system that […]
While the exam period often means stress, stress and more stress, this can easily be avoided. Take a look at our 5 exam tips for the night before!
The topic of #FeesMustFall dominated news headlines until 2017. This year the movement appears to have lost momentum. So what does this mean for students?
Are you currently a NSFAS-funded student? Or do you want to register with NSFAS for the 2019 academic year? We have some important news for you!
Making the transition into your tertiary studies is undoubtedly exciting. New people, a new scene, a ton of new opportunities and, often, a new city all contribute to this being the most inspiring and thrilling time of your life.
Do you prefer the sports field to the classroom? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. We’ve found that there is a way to balance sport and academics.
There are many paths you can take to get a place at your institution of choice. A sport scholarship is one such path that could help you secure a spot.
Do you want to study in 2019? Well, in order to apply to universities in South Africa, it is necessary to write the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs).
Past papers. They’re useful, right? Put simply, yes – they are. As long as you do them properly. Don’t sweat it, we are here to tell you how.
South Africans love public holidays. Seriously. We REALLY love them. What could be better than a four-day week and a longer weekend? To be honest, not much.