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How to become an Mechanical Engineer: 15 steps

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Mechanical engineers will find their skills in demand in a variety of fields and industries including medical, scientific research, construction, aerospace, acoustics, combustion, and automotive engineering. If a device requires movement or manufacturing, design, testing, or packaging, a mechanical engineer will most likely be involved. View [+]
Jacob Zuma wishes matric students well for their final exams

President Zuma wishes matric students well as they start their final exams on Monday

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President Jacob Zuma sent good wishes on Sunday to matric students about to start writing their final exams. "We are happy with the gradual improvement in the outcomes each year," Zuma said in a statement. View [+]
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New College degrees acknowledge technological gaps in skills

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College Campus has launched three new bachelor degrees to fill the technological gap in skills in South Africa. These are Bachelor of Commerce in Digital Marketing (B.Com DM), Bachelor of Information Technology in Business Systems (B.IT) and Bachelor of Business Administration (B.BA). View [+]
Bursaries and Scholarships

South Africa: Applications for PPS Bursaries and Scholarships Are Open

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Applications for the PPS 2013 scholarship and bursaries, worth a total of R1 million, are now open. A recent study by the Council for Higher Education revealed that 40% of students who enrol at higher education institutions will never receive a qualification, often for financial reasons. View [+]
Makhosini High School Matriculant

"Matric camp was hard but it was worth it"

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PRECIOUS Matinise was in an intensive examination camp in Kameeldrift, north of Pretoria, for more than two days last week and missed her mother badly. The department was targeting pupils with a pass rate between levels one and four - one being the lowest pass rate. They were pupils who were struggling with certain subjects. They were taught by the best performing teachers in Tshwane View [+]
ACE Matric Guide 2012

ACE Matric Guide 2012

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Download the latest version of ACE Matric Guide 2012 here. ACE offers life skills, lists of bursaries, courses and institutions essential to equip you with what you need to succeed. View [+]
How to choose what to study after matric

How To Choose What to Study After Matric?

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There are so many courses and institutions out there and one can understand why you might feel somewhat baffled by what to study. With a bit of direction and assistance by the Courses Search Tool, we can surely narrow your options and help you make a decision on your future. View [+]
Online Students vs. Traditional Students

Online Students vs. Traditional Students

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Online education is gradually gaining popularity as students look at ways to combat the high costs of living during study, and workers look to further their existing education while still maintaining a full time job. View [+]
Matric Final Examinations 2012 set for take off

Matric Final Examinations 2012 set for take off

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Preparations are on track for this year’s matric final examinations in most parts of the country according to provincial education departments. View [+]
Mechanical Engineering at Mangosuthu University of Technology

Our Mechanical Engineering student changes the face of engineering profession

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When he left his small and humble town of Ermelo in Mpumalanga province three years ago to study Mechanical Engineering at Mangosuthu University of Technology, little did Isaia Khosonke Mlangeni, know that he was on a journey that would change his life, and the engineering profession. Mlangeni has created a machine that loosens and tightens bolts. This machine is the first of its kind. Mr Jay Naidu, the owner of JD Hydraulics, who financed the project, which lasted from April to September 2012, said the estimated R20 000 cost for building the brand new machine will be recovered within a year, and thereafter it will generate profit for the next 20 years or more. View [+]

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