We all have that friend on Facebook – the one who clogs up your news feed with pictures of cats/their children/themselves pouting. Annoying, right?
Unfriending may seem like the simple solution – Facebook won’t notify them, after all. But what happens when they suddenly wonder why you…Continue
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Fasset invites registered members to join us in a full day workshop entitled Valuing Diversity in the Workplace.
You will learn to understand and handle diversity effectively, help contribute to an inclusive and welcoming work environment and a more productive…Continue
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What you need to succeed
At Eduloan we aim to unlock your potential, so we have compiled a list of things that you can keep in mind while getting ready for your matric exams:
Study Tip One
Focus on time management! Compile a…Continue
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The key is to keep them both in perspective in an effort to ensure one doesn’t wreck the other. Here are some tips:
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The long anticipated Protection from Harassment Act is due to come into operation on 27 April 2013.
This Act is a great advancement in the protection of victims of harassment (including sexual harassment), in order to enforce the right of all people in South…Continue
|The deadline date for submission of the Mandatory Grant is 30 June 2013.
As the 30th of June is a Sunday, Fasset offices will be closed on the weekend. We therefore encourage all employers who wish to handdeliver their documents to do so before 16h00 on Friday 28…
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Johannesburg - Two South African athletes were injured in the Boston Marathon blasts in the United States, it was reported on Tuesday.
"So far, we've been alerted to two South Africans that have been injured. Our information is that they are being treated and we are…Continue
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The bombs that went off near the finish line at this year’s Boston Marathon have so far taken the lives of three people, one of them, reportedly, an eight-year-old boy. More than a hundred and thirty-two people were wounded. CNN offered a count of lost limbs: ten. More than seventeen thousand runners had already crossed the finish line by the time the first bomb exploded; another forty-five hundred runners were stopped: the race was called off. Most everything else has been called off, too,…Continue
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Popular supermarkets including PicknPay, Shoprite, Fruit and Veg City, Woolworths and Spar have been identified as stocking incorrectly labelled meat…Continue
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Durban - A university official has been suspended after allegedly trying to solicit sex from a first-year student in exchange for…Continue
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I was not aware I was velocitized until i read this article below. Real eye-opener.
If you get off the highway and barely slow down, you've been velocitized. Can the rapid pace of technology have the same effect on you?
There are undoubtedly moments when advanced technologies…Continue
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[CAIRO] A Yemeni scientist who has been working to establish a network of women scientists in the Arab world is among five researchers to receive the first Elsevier Foundation Awards for Early Career Women Scientists in the Developing World.
Huda Omer Ba Saleem, a researcher at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Aden University, Yemen, was recognised for her work on cancer, and on the…
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I recently received this email and found it so uplifting. We often find ourselves moaning, grumbling and groaning about the system, people, traffic, banks, trains the list goes on.
What this powerpoint has shown me, was so refreshing and reminded me why i love this country, with all it is flaws and got me thinking of a quote from a movie "Love, is never having to say you sorry". Our country does not have to say sorry for the small inconvenience we experience in our daily…Continue
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) FROM TRAINING PROVIDERS TO DELIVER SERVICES SETA FUNDED LEARNING PROGRAMMES…
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State of the Nation Address By His Excellency Jacob G Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa on the occasion of the Joint Sitting Of Parliament Cape Town
14 Feb 2013
Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly,
Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP);
Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly and Deputy Chairperson of the NCOP;
Deputy President of the Republic, Honourable Kgalema Motlanthe;…
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Responding to recent horrors - the mass killing of schoolchildren in Newtown CT and the brutal rape and murder of a young woman in Delhi India - the International Federation for Parenting Education (FIEP), based in Paris, has issued a call for universal parenting education.
Who raised the young men who perpetrated these atrocious crimes?
"The questions we ask," say the authors of the call, "is not only, Who raised the young men who perpetrated these…
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