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Should You Apply For A Student Loan Or A Personal Loan?

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Struggling to find financial aid? Can’t seem to find a bursary or scholarship? Well, why not consider a loan. Financial institutions are able to provide you with two kinds of loans to help solve you tuition problem. The First is a personal loan. View [+]
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Thutong

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Through the Thutong Portal, the South African Department of Basic Education aims to lead the drive to improve learning in the country through appropriate use of technology. View [+]
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Vote For Your 2012 Future Stars Winners Now!

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Our judges have selected the 15 finalists for 2012 Future Stars competition. View [+]
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How to Edit an Academic Essay for Free

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The problem with writing is that there is always room for improvement. Teachers love to see students take their first draft and rework it until the final. That means that even though you could delete your first draft and create a magnificent Shakespearian final essay, you’re better off editing what you already have. Teachers live to see improvement, so before you delete the paper written down, edit it first! View [+]
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What to Expect at Splashy Fen This Year

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The tranquil Underberg farm on which the annual Splashy Fen Music Festival is held, will soon transform into a colourful tent town when thousands of people from around the country descend on the southern Drakensberg this Easter (April 5 to 9) for four days of great live music in a spectacular mountain setting. View [+]
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Rhodes: Croc Fat Puts Oomph Into Diesel

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Bio-technology students using a pure crocodile fat brew had much more horsepower than those using a cow mix blend. The unusual experiment began several months ago when 20kg of crocodile fat from Mozambique was flown to Grahamstown alternative energy guru Dr Garth Cambray to turn into bio-diesel. View [+]
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From Student to Startups, A Success Story and How You Can do the Same

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Allison Lami Sawyer was born to be an entrepreneur. The Rice University MBA student always knew she wanted to start her own business, and armed with a master's degree in nanotechnology, she hit the pavement in Houston in search of the right product. After a year and half, she met her co-founder, and before the ink on their diplomas was dry, Rebellion Photonics was born. View [+]
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Social Media Crackdown: How NOT to Tweet

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Two or three years ago my friends and I would use twitter almost like a group message. You could “name drop”, vent about fights with friends, talk about cute boys who texted you, etc. Times have changed, and the twitter phenomenon has noticeably inclined over the past year. In the past, Twitter was considered a website devoted to "Facebook statuses" used strictly by women and celebrities. However, now every guy around has a twitter and suddenly it’s gone from being "totally lame and just for chicks" to cool. Now that the demographic has changed and your ex-boyfriend is following you its time to update the way you use twitter. I’ll admit most of these come from personal experience, but #youliveandyoulearn, right? View [+]
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New Varsity Play Issue Now Out. Read FREE Online Here

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Varsity Play Issue 1.2 hits campus this week brining you everything in and around the glorious game. View [+]
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The Beginner's Guide to Roommates in Res or in a Digs

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When I was 20, I moved into a student house. There were 15 of us, spread out over three floors and a patchy backyard. We shared one kitchen, scrambling between four fridges stocked with an abundance of leafy greens and bricks of cheese. The freezers overflowed with frozen pizzas and popsicles (hey, we were students). There was one TV, one DVD player, and one old-school Nintendo system. The end of each term brought a new crop of housemates -- foreign exchange students drawn to the short-term lease, city kids who had outgrown their parents' houses, and kids like me, who can moved to the city for school, but ended up learning way more about human nature by living with dozens of housemates through the years. View [+]

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