The Youngest BSc Student at University of Pretoria is Just 14 Years Old

14-year-old Hjalmar Rall‚ who starts studying for his bachelor’s degree‚ only has thoughts of science.

The boy from Riebeek Kasteel in the Western Cape will be studying towards a BSc Physics degree at the University of Pretoria (UP)‚ which he believes is the “best there is”.

Hjalmar is excited to start his new journey and cannot wait to be among his new study mates.

“I want to ask even bigger questions and find out what else there is to do‚ particularly in theoretical physics and astrophysics‚” he said.

 

The teenager‚ who was home-schooled by his father‚ Heinrich‚ started the high school curriculum three years early and was elated to pass his A-levels — the UK equivalent of matric — last year. Quoting a character from Alice in Wonderland he said it was an “oh frubjous day‚ caloo‚ calay”.

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He told TMG Digital his curiosity had always been piqued by the world of science. “Our family discussed the universe at home since I can remember. I was fortunate in that I grew up in a place where we could see the stars at night. A BSc will help me answer all the questions that were raised by staring into space.”

 

Hjalmar said that he was overwhelmed by his strong academic performance but was also excited at the prospect of moving to Pretoria with his family. When he is not hitting the books‚ Hjalmar enjoys drawing‚ photography‚ writing haikus and trawling the internet just like any other teen. “I have a passion for researching useless information‚” he added.

This whiz-kid’s mantra in life is to always enjoy what you are doing for it to not be a chore. “As long as it’s not boring‚ I do it‚” said Hjalmar.

 

Source: TMG Digital

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10 Reasons to Become a Nurse in South Africa

1. The Nursing Profession is Always in Demand
Nursing is one of the fastest growing careers world-wide. This only could be a valid reason for you to enter the health care industry since you will not be jobless as there is a demand for nurses.
2. Population Growth versus the Demand
As the population grows, there will be more and more demand for health care workers, so if you prepare yourself for the industry, you might stand a good chance to grab the available opportunities.
3. Retirement of the Current Health Care Workers
As the current health care workers reach their retirement ages, you have to be on standby to take over. Their retirement opens an opportunity for you to be absorbed in the industry.
4. Specializations give Nurses a Variety of Choices
Nursing is not just one general profession; there are divisions in the nursing career. Ranging from auxiliary workers, midwifery to other specialities. So, you have a choice to specialise in your nursing field or just do a general programme. Some of the more unique specialisations include travel nurses, plastic surgery nurses and even cruise ship nurses.
5. Continue Your Education
The government and private companies offers some opportunities in education and training assistance for their employees. You can complete your education at your local college or university while working as a nurse. The sky is the only limit. Take advantage of the internal trainings that the government offers their employees.
You can also apply for internal bursaries and scholarships that are designed for employees of the institutions that has employed you.


6. Flexibility of Working area and Schedule
It’s a commonly-known fact that nurses have a lot of flexibility in their schedule.
Flexibility in location is another reason to pursue a career as a nurse. Nurses can work anywhere from traditional locations such as hospitals and doctor’s offices to less-obvious locations such as home health care, schools and even in the air as an emergency flight nurse.
7. The Nursing Profession is Well-Respected
Nursing is a career that you can be proud of, maybe it’s even a career where others will look up to you. People entrust nurses with some of the most significant moments in their lives. In addition, nursing provides unlimited opportunity for personal growth.
8. Get the Benefits Package
The total package of government pay, health and child-care benefits, and retirement savings plans are competitive with those offered in the private sector.
9. Give a Smile to Someone’s Face
People go to health care centres not only to get physical help but also to get back the smile back on their faces. Feel happy when you see that smile on your clients.
10. Land a Helping Hand
A nurse will not only province for physical care, but can also impact on people’s lives through health education and wellness programmes. This will impact on their emotional well-being and might contribute in future health care choices.
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Top 5 Youngest Chinese Billionaires Under 35 Years: Se What They Do to Become Billionaires

1. Wang Han (28 years old): $1.3 billion

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At just 28 years, Wang Han became one of the world’s youngest billionaires – he is number 7 in the international top 10. Wang became a billionaire after inheriting shares in regional airline Juneyao Air  from his late father Wang Junyao , who was the founder.

According to Forbes, Wang Han owns 27% of the airline and 14% of department store Wuxi Commercial Mansion Grand Orient . The Juneyao Group also has businesses in the education and food sector. They are also active on social media; Juneyao also has a rather large fanbase on its Weibo account.

2. Wang Yue (32 years old): $1.1 billion

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Wang Yue is a newcomer to the list of the world’s youngest billionaires, according to Forbes 2016. He is called China’s “web game billionaire”. Wang earned a fortune being an online and mobile game entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Shanghai Kingnet Technology, better known as Kingnet.

3. Cheng Wei (33 years old): $1 billion

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Cheng Wei is CEO of China’s Uber rival Didi Kuaidi, a transportation company which was formed in early 2015 as a merge of Cheng’s company Didi Dache and Alibaba’s Kuaidi Dache. Previous to starting his own company, Cheng worked for Alibaba for 8 years and became vice president for Alibaba’s online payment service Alipay. Cheng has a verified Weibo account, but he has not posted much since his rise to fame.

4. Yang Huiyan (34 years old): $4.9 billion

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Born in 1981, Yang Huiyan from Guangdong’s Foshan is one of the world’s richest women. She became the largest shareholder of real estate developer Country Garden Holdings  after her father transferred his holdings to her when she was just 25 years old (also see the featured image). According to its official website, Country Gardens is “a company constantly fighting for the development of a harmonious society.”

5. Frank Wang Tao (35 years old): $3.6 billion

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Wang Tao, also known in English as Frank Tao or Frank Wang, is the founder and CEO of Shenzhen-based DJI, the world’s largest supplier of civilian drones. Forbes describes him as “the world’s first drone billionaire”. Headquartered in China’s “Silicon Valley” Shenzhen, DJI started as a single small office in 2006, and has now turned into to a global workforce of over 3,000.

Source: Business Insider

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She Became a Millionaire at The Age of 25: An Inspiration for a Lot of Young Women in South Africa

Born in Limpopo and raised in the East Rand in Johannesburg, the consumer studies and international businesses graduate’s ability to identify business opportunities has seen her successfully run six business in various countries.

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Go big or go home

With the support of her father who is also an entrepreneur, Mukwevho founded her first business M&M Logistics shortly after graduating in 2009, when she was just 18 years.

Within seven years in business, Mukwevho, who is now a multimillionaire, has managed to achieve the kind of business success unheard of by most 25-year-olds. She has successfully launched businesses in South Africa, Lesotho and the USA.

Her business interests range from transportation and logistics to property and events. Her logistics company, MMS Logistics, transports cargo and furniture across a number of African countries including Zimbabwe, Lesotho and Botswana. She also has businesses in printing, construction and hospitality.

Mukwevho has two guest houses and conference venues; Phomolong Guest and Lapheng Guest House. Phomolong Guest House is based in Thohoyandou while Lapheng Guest House is in Maseru, Lesotho.

How He Managed to Be a Millionaire at The Age of 24: He also Bought a Ferrari at 25

International breakthrough

Her venture into the US may be her biggest success yet. In 2011, Mukwevho together with her father launched an international heavy goods delivery company, Mukwevho Enterprises.

The company is based in Johannesburg. The opportunity came about when a friend of her father’s, who is based in Chicago in the US, approached her in order to launch a franchise of the logistics business last year.

 

Word of advice

Because of her past experiences Mukwevho says she is eager to uplift others. “My advice to every aspiring entrepreneur, especially women, is that they must stop this mentality that I want to be rich. Any entrepreneur who wants to get into the business space must a bigger vision than just accumulating money” says Mukwevho

Besides running her businesses, Mukwevho runs a foundation that mentors and financially supports 15 tertiary students. Some of which have just recently graduated.

Source: SMESouthAfrica.co.za

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