Win a Kia Picanto: Entrance is Free

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Win a Kia Picanto: Entrance is Free

We have been promoting this competition for the rest of 2018, now it is your time to take it home. This car is for grabs and one lucky person will take it home.

Take this beauty home, enter for free

Do you believe that it could be you taking this car home? Well there is nothing to loose in trying your luck. This Kia Picanto is worth R200 000 and justplay is giving it out for free.

All you need to do is go and play by logging in or registering free. You register only once but you can play as many as you can to increase your chance of winning.

Draw date 18 January 2019

Win R20 000 Cash by 19 December

Other competitions includes a R20 000 cash. The R20 000 cash competition ends on the 19th of December. So your Christmas can be so marvelous if you win this. All competitions are free to enter. Invite friends to play to increase your entrances.

Draw date 19 December 2018

All I can say now to you is good luck and happy holidays.

Here is more details about the car competition
Win a Kia Picanto with Justplay


The big wait is over! We couldn’t keep it in any longer. This year, it’s all about the Kia Picanto at Justplay. Come January, Justplay is giving away this super cute little car but don’t let its tiny looks deceive you, this little bottle packs a big punch and was one of the WesBank Car of the year finalists this year. In fact, the only car that could beat it was a Porsche. Figures.


Anyway, the moral of the story is you still have 10 months to play for this epic prize so make sure you sign up to Justplay now and play, play, play! You could be driving around in this super sexy number come 2019!


Yours in schweet wheels
The Justplay Team


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GSK Traineeships

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GSK Traineeships

Location: Cape Town

Job Requirements:

  • Tests compliance of products (including routine Stability products) and materials as per documented Specifications and Analytical Methods.
  • Performs analysis using wet chemical techniques and instrumental methods of analysis (HPLC, GC) as applicable.
  • Ensures that applicable SOPs are followed and required records are completed.

GSK Traineeships

  • Examines samples critically.
  • Records results as per GLP requirements.
  • Reviews results for accuracy and reports any anomalies to Supervisor or Manager.
  • Samples and test compliance of Site systems (Purified water etc.) as per documented procedures.
  • Ensures cleanliness of working and surrounding area.
  • Ensures that documentation is performed in the demarcated areas and that chemical analysis is performed on the workbenches.
  • Ensures preparation and storage of reagents as per SOPs.1.11
  • Ensures that SOPs in use are current and notifies the Manager of any out-of-date procedures.
  • Verifies the calibration status of equipment as required by the Manager.
  • Completes appropriate equipment logs after usage, verification and maintenance.
  • Performs system monitoring (e.g. Fridge temperatures, fume cupboard pressures) and completion of appropriate logs as required by the Manager.
  • Complies with EHS standards and guidelines and Site EHS SOPs.
  • Complies with SOPs wrt safe use of chemicals/reagents, glassware, analytical procedures and the use of PPE.
  • Participates in, projects to continually improve processes.
  • Participates in Manufacturing Technology projects e.g. NIR.

Why You?


  • Matric:
  • Theory in National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry (minimum).
  • Proficiency in use of wet chemical and instrumental analytical techniques.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the GSK Analytical Chemistry Traineeship Programme

Find similar traineeship positions here

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Places To Go Study Next Year

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Places To Go Study Next Year

Wondering where you can study? Don’t worry – we’ll give you a hand! Check out all the institutions available here.

Places To Go Study Next Year

When it comes to furthering your education, you have several options available to you. You could go and study at any of the following places:

  • Universities
  • Universities of Technology
  • Private Higher Education Institutes
  • Colleges
    • TVET
    • Private

For short-term education and training, you would want to look into a training provider. Check out the Skills Portal – one of SA’s leading directories of training providers and courses HERE. But, when it comes to tertiary education, the above are your options. So ask yourself: where do you want to study?

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NSFAS receives over 400 000 applications for 2019

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NSFAS receives over 400 000 applications for 2019

Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor says the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has received more than 400 000 funding applications for the 2019 financial year.

NSFAS receives over 400 000 applications for 2019

Pandor said this when she briefed the media in Cape Town.

The briefing comes after applications for funding for the 2019 academic year closed on 3 December following a two day extension from the 30 November 2018 deadline.

“As we prepare for next year, the 2019 application cycle has proceeded relatively smoothly with more than 400 000 applications received between the opening of applications on the 3rd September and the closing of applications on the 3rd of December,” she said.

Pandor said on average, NSFAS received more than 3 200 applications a day over the period from September to December, with the number reaching as high as 30 000 on one of the days.

Out of all the applications, 63% were females while males made up 37% of the applications.

A total of 34 413 applications were received from social grant beneficiaries. Students who are beneficiaries of the South Africa Social Security Agency automatically qualify in terms of the financial qualification criteria and will be funded if admitted and registered at a TVET college or university.

“However, it is a concern that only 24% of the applications are from learners who wish to enroll at TVET colleges, with the balance of 88% being applications for universities,” the Minister said.

Pandor said of all the applications, the highest number, 95 523, was received from the KwaZulu-Natal province. The number represents 45% of the total number of learners that wrote their National Senior Certificate in the province, while the lowest number was from the Northern Cape with 2 573 applications.

She said the success of the current application process can be attributed to a number of factors – including the revised and easy-to-complete online application system, which allowed applicants to complete an application within five minutes; the simplicity of the on-line and manual form with fewer fields to fill; and the accessibility of NSFAS where applicants have been able to apply at the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) as a result of the scheme’s long-standing partnership with the agency.

NSFAS reaches out to prospective applicants

Pandor said, meanwhile, that NSFAS went on the road and reached out to learners across the country to encourage them to apply for the bursary scheme for next year.

This included visits to community centres, shopping malls, high schools, clinics, churches, door-to-door campaigns and taxi ranks. She said this was also an opportunity for NSFAS to engage with parents and working youth who commute daily in the early hours to drive the application message home to their children and siblings.

“Through this campaign, NSFAS accessed as many people across as wide an area as possible, to ensure that everyone who may have wanted to apply for NSFAS was able to do so.

“NSFAS has informed me that feedback from applications has been positive, especially the fact that applications can be made on-line with a cellphone, and progress can be tracked on the cellphone. Nevertheless manual applications are still accepted and have been made in significant numbers in instances where access to technology remains a challenges.

Requirements for qualification

Pandor said the scheme was in the process of evaluating all applications received. The evaluations process checks whether applicants are eligible for funding by verifying all data received by students with third parties like the SA Revenue Service and Home Affairs.

“To qualify for funding a student must meet the financial eligibility criteria and register at an institution for an approved programme. Successful students will received bursary funding to cover their tuition fee for their registered programme and an allowance for learning materials. They may also qualify for subsidized accommodation and transport allowances where applicable,” she said.

She said NSFAS will communicate to students who meet the financial eligibility criteria and have received an academic offer via SMS and email at the beginning of January, and once academic results have been made available to NSFAS.

“Funding is only confirmed once a student has met the financial eligibility criteria and is formally registered at a public TVET college or university for an approved funded programme.

“During this process, NSFAS will work closely with institutions to ensure that integration of data is quick and seamless to allow the timeous release of funds to students and to avoid any repetition of the delays of 2018, where some qualifying students were left frustrated, homeless, hungry and without confirmation of their funding,” she said. –

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Free Coding Sorftware Training for Youth under 35 Years

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Free Coding Sorftware Training for Youth under 35 Years

Do you love solving problems? Are you passionate about technology? Do you need experience to land your dream job in IT?

Free Coding Sorftware Training for Youth under 35 Years

Are you Born To Code? Learn how to solve problems using coding as a tool in a peer-to-peer learning environment.

Tuition-free, our two-year course is sponsored by companies looking to support the development of local tech talent in the digital economy.

At WeThinkCode_ there are no teachers, no classes, and students learn through a peer-to-peer problem solving environment.

WeThinkCode_ democratises education by making it open and accessible to all talented young people.


  • No matric required.
  • Youth must be between the ages of 17 to 35.
  • Application must completed online
  • Aptitude test you will need to complete a test of 3 online games once registered (note the test just starts, you will need to adapt and problem solve)

This free training certificate will be recognised internationally.

How to Apply

Once you pass those test you will selected for a boot camp, which will kick off in January for 3 and half weeks.



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