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Matric Results 2020 South Africa

Matric result date After a consultative meeting with education MECs, the minister of basic education Angie Motshekga announced that the Matric results of the 2020 class will be released on 22nd February 2021. The Maths paper for Grade 12 was reported to have been leaked and the education department is yet to determine the person

How To Unlock NSFAS Wallet Account

For the 2021 academic year, NSFAS will be migrating students from all TVET colleges, who receive their allowances through NSFAS Wallet and institutional disbursement services, to a direct payment system which will see students receive allowances directly into their bank accounts. If you planning to enroll at a public TVET college in 2021, it is

How to Check NSFAS Status Online

  The National Student Financial Aid Scheme or the “NSFAS” was founded with the objective of providing financial assistance to students who want to further their tertiary education but don’t have the financial capacity to do so.  For the academic school year 2021, the NSFAS is currently closed for applications. For the students who meet

Share Your Bursary Experience

Have you received a Bursary in South Africa? We want to hear about your experience so we can help educate others in similar positions and show them how they can benefit too! Learning from other people’s experiences can provide huge amounts of inspiration and encouragement for others that were once in your position and are

Register Now for 2019 Matric Results

The 2019 Matriculates results will be available on 7 January 2020 and those registered will receive their results message via SMS and will then be able to view their results by subject by dialing *120*35658# on their phone. The deadline for registering for your 2019 matric results is 31 January 2020, and the registration period officially opened

The Ultimate Bursary Application Tracking Tool

If you haven’t already discovered, bursaries have A LOT of competition. If you’re looking for a bursary, hang in there and be patient, remember your chances increase significantly just by putting in a good application!  After running for a number of years, it has been easy to see just how many bursary applications get