Across the majority of South Africa three industries rise as mega players in our countries economy and well being of our land… In Mining, Farming, and Tourism.
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For some matrics, putting college on hold could be just the right thing. Also known as a “Gap” year, the break between high school and college/University, might include travel, work, research or volunteering before continuing academic studies.
The key to becoming an effective student is learning how to study smarter, not harder. This becomes more and more true as you advance in your education. An hour or two of studying a day is usually sufficient to make it through high school with satisfactory grades, but when college arrives, there aren’t enough hours in the day to get all your studying in if you don’t know how to study smarter. Read More: https://issuu.com/eastwood84/docs/sacglmn_2017/38
Just because you have limited funds, doesn’t mean you should have to sacrifice your health.
Keep in mind that portion control is important (too much of a good thing is possible). These snacks are great on-the-go and students on a budget.
The shootings in US Schools at the beginning of 2018, while highlighting terrible faults in the school and social systems, have also shown some wonderful examples of students rising up to protect and lead their fellow students.
“Make sure you have some kind of secretarial studies behind you” “doing a typing course is always a benefit in the job market” Those were the words said to hundreds and hundreds of girls 40 years ago. Today things have changed and, male or female, the smart thing to do is to have some kind of IT skills behind you.
Guys….yes you! This article is for you as well as the girls out there. Teen pregnancy is not just about the girl who is pregnant but it is also about the father of the baby. While we know that the mom has options relating to her body, this article is just looking at how to cope with school and being young parents. Read More: https://issuu.com/eastwood84/docs/sacg_kzn_2018/56