Have you got an interest in people and the workings of the human mind? Well, the study of psychology could be for you. Best part: it’s not too late to apply for studies next year.
One of the most common things we all struggle with during exam and test time is procrastinate. We’ve all done it and still do it. Here’s how to avoid it.
Truth be told: failing is rough. It can even feel like the end of the world. Good news: it’s only the beginning. The people who fail are the most successful people.
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?
Let’s take a look at the job searching process as well as some tips on how you can prepare yourself to jump into the job market.
South Africa is an original country. We have eleven official languages, provinces full of natural beauty and multi-cultural people. This is quite an achievement and definitely a reason to celebrate: hello National Heritage Day!
There is talk about a shift in the education system. What is it? And how will it affect the curriculum and the way in which History is taught?
The thought of women being barred from getting an education seems ridiculous. On National Women’s Day, let’s reflect on how far we’ve come.
The road to successful adulthood is bumpy but the more skills you gain, the smoother the ride. Here are 4 very important and underestimated skills any young adult can learn right now.
The government has finally agreed to provide free tertiary level education, but what is the practical effect of this move?
Mandela Day is a global event which takes place on Mandela’s birthday every year; the 18th of July. It celebrates and honours the legacy of South Africa’s late president Nelson Mandela who was committed to the betterment of the lives of others. Madiba fought for justice for 67 years of his life. Now the call […]
Movies to get you motivated, anyone? Yes please. School holidays are the perfect time to kick back with an inspirational movie.