Preparing for a job interview can be quite unnerving, let alone for a young person who will be in the hot seat for the first time in their life.
I am Tembela Goda, a 28-year-old female awarded the PPS Foundation bursary from the third year of my MBChB degree at Walter Sisulu University. I am currently in the sixth year of my degree.
With the world still facing the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the NWU and its loyal donors came together to make life a little easier for a group of talented, hard-working students.
With the mid-year break on the horizon for university students, many employers are offering short-term internship jobs.
Internationally acclaimed management guru Stephen Covey, the author of The seven habits of highly effective people, says it is vital to always “Begin with the end in m
You recently received your graduate certificate and placed yourself in the job market, wanting to pursue a career opportunity in an organisation that will provide growth and mo
South Africa’s unemployment rate is at 30.8% for the third quarter of 2020, reaching the highest rate in 17 years. As a new graduate looking to enter the job market, this type of news can be highly emotional and stressful.
What is going to be the “new normal” post covid-19 for society and business?
The one thing about lockdown is that it has exposed people to several options and activities to stimulate their minds and keep connected to the rest of the world.