Education Ambassadors SA

WHAT IS RIGHT RIGHT NOW?

Writer: Simon Rakei Year after year you read the same patriotic articles about this day. I will admit, they are quite lovely. But today I’ve decided to take you on another journey, one completely unorthodox. Instead of writing about the...

10 Study Tips and Skills

Make studying a part of your everyday school routine and don’t be limited to ‘cramming’ for exams and tests. Here’s a list of top ten study tips: Establish a routine Set aside a particular time each day for study and...

Stay in your LANE

I was jogging one day and I noticed a person in front of me, about 1/4 of mile. I could tell he was running a little slower than me and I thought, good, I shall try to catch him. I had about a mile to go before I needed to turn off. So I...

Challenges can make you a better person

Writer: Nokuthula Mathibe Growing up in the informal settlements of Winterverld I had a pretty great childhood. That was until my mother passed away in 2008 while I was in grade 10. The positive outcome about her death was that she left my...

GRADUATE TAX: AN UNNECESSARY BURDEN

Writer: Xolile Charles Mphokela It was with dismay and disappointment to learn about the announcement of a proposed graduate tax. The ANC’s Mangaung conference suggested five areas of future taxation, including “progressive and...

A way of life

Writer: Mosala Caesar Tsamaesi It hurts to love someone and not be loved in return but what is more painful is to love someone and never find the courage to let that person know how you feel. Maybe God wants us to meet a few wrong people before...

Nothing can stop YOU from getting want YOU...

Writer: Ntombifuthi Mtshali I remember when I grew up I always had this feeling that I’m going to be a fashion designer since I was studying Home Economics in High school until my father showed me that I have passion for Journalism more than...

Untitled Unique Me

  Writer: Nontobeko Gabisile Matshikiza I often wonder what people think of me, but I learned that we are not the same, I am unique. I’m a brain child of the great Matshikiza clen, I am the soul child of the African...

LAST NIGHT I FORGOT TO PRAY

Writer: Sazi iBhele Elihle Last night i forgot to pray, It took me 2 hours before my sleep, thinking deep, When I finally closed my eyes, I caught my sleep. There I was trapped in a darkroom, pitch black. I started sweating, stopped breathing...

WAGING WAR ON MATERIALISM

Writer: Xolile Charles Mphokela The youth of today are entrapped in the luxurious prison of fame; they often feel that lacking material things makes them subservient beings. Their idea of happiness is to become visual corporate commodities...