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The Curtis Nkondo School of Specialization Class of 2020 exits Matric in style with Life After Matric, a reinforcement stratagem developed to help Matriculants from all walks of life navigate the tricky waters of life outside school. In a year struck with adversity, they worked hard and emerged victoriously. A 95% pass rate is a feat worth celebrating! Congratulations, and welcome to the real world!

At SchoolActive, we strongly believe that learners who do not pass Matric at the first attempt deserve the same support as those that do. They should be commended for going the whole hog and be encouraged to try one more time. Life After Matric helps them realise that it is not the end of the road, and thus, they should not despair! And for those that pass, Life After Matric gives them a sneak preview of what lies ahead.

So, whether you are planning to get into the job market straight after Matric, or wish to study further at university or college, or you would like to upgrade your Matric results, Life After Matric ensures you are well-prepared with a treasure trove of cutting-edge information. Do not miss out on this great innovation, get a copy at or WhatsApp us at 084 566 5298.


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Wishing you all a great start to the 2021 academic year🤜


Great News: The Department of Basic Education has published the amended calendar for the 2021 academic year with the new school terms. Share and tag your friends 😊


Our sincere wish is that the Matric class of 2020 performs well and all learners pass exams. However, that has never occurred before. There will always be a few amongst us that never make it to the finish line for one reason or the other. At SchoolActive, we strongly believe that learners that do not pass Matric at the first attempt deserve the same support as those that do. Should things not go according to plan, do not despair. We have got your back! Get a copy of Life After Matric at or WhatsApp 084 566 5298 to explore your options.


The reopening of schools has been postponed to the 15th of February 2021. For the time being, subscribe to SchoolActive Magazine at to keep your mind functioning optimally. Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body!


Life After Matric, a special edition for the Class of 2020, brought to you by SchoolActive, serves as both the exit plan for those that will pass Matric and a reinforcement stratagem for those that may have to repeat Grade 12 or write supplementary exams. It is a treasure trove of crucial information such as finance and study avenues, the hallmark of a credible private education provider, and much more. Get yours at or WhatsApp 084 566 5298


Life After Matric, a special edition for the Class of 2020, brought to you by SchoolActive, serves as both the exit plan for those that will pass Matric and a reinforcement stratagem for those that may have to repeat Grade 12 or write supplementary exams. It is a treasure trove of crucial information such as finance and study avenues, the hallmark of a credible private education provider, and much more. Get yours at or WhatsApp 084 566 5298


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National Women's Day is a South African public holiday celebrated on the 9th of August every year. The day commemorates the 1956 march of more than 20,000 women of all races who took to the Union Buildings in protest against pass laws that restricted Africans' freedom of movement under apartheid. The march was led by Lillian Ngoyi, Helen Joseph, Rahima Moosa, Sophia Williams and Frances Baard. The courageous and fearless women left petitions bearing more than 100,000 signatures at prime minister J.G. Strijdom's office door. They stood silently outside his door for 30 minutes and then started singing "Wathint'Abafazi Wathint'imbokodo!" (You strike a woman, you strike a rock), a song that was composed to reflect the courage and power that women possess. As in the words of Seth Godin, " you are more powerful than you think you are, act accordingly." Happy women's day!

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REMINDER: Positivity begets positivity. Think positively, always!


June 16, which remains etched in the minds and hearts of South Africans, honours young people who lost their lives in the struggle against the use of Afrikaans as the official medium of construction in schools back in 1976. Hector Peterson, who was only 12-years-old at the time, was the first victim of police brutality on that day. The Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum was later opened in Soweto, Orlando West, to honour him and those who lost their lives during the June 16 1976 uprising. Mbuyisa Makhubu, the man holding Hector Pieterson on the world-famous picture attached, left the country after being the most wanted person after the riots. And to date, it is not clear what happened to him. The horrific events of that fateful winter day had dire consequences for the Apartheid government when images of police firing on peacefully demonstrating students hit international headlines, thus leading to an international revulsion against the South African government as its viciousness was exposed to the world. The Class of '76 effectively played a pivotal role in paving a way to a new South Africa filled with a multitude of opportunities for young people. Do not take these opportunities for granted.

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Positive reframing is a psychological technique to reconsider things in a positive light, rather than seeing every problem as complete mayhem or disaster. Positive-thinking is not only beneficial to our mental and emotional health, but it is also the engine that propels us to identify opportunities out of the challenges we encounter. Positivity begets positivity!


International Workers’ Day, previously known as May Day, is a public holiday observed on the 1st of May every year, not only in South Africa but across the globe. The history of Workers’ Day dates back to the 1886 Haymarket Affair in Chicago, where police tried to disperse a large crowd of striking workers who were protesting for a shorter workday of eight hours. In South Africa, Workers' Day further celebrates the role played by Trade Unions, the Communist Party, and other labour movements in the struggle against Apartheid. After the first democratic elections in South Africa in 1994, May 1st was inaugurated as an official national public holiday and is used to observe the rights of the working class and to emphasise the need to establish fair labour practices across all sectors.


Freedom Day, celebrated on the 27th of April every year, honours the anniversary of South Africa’s first non-racial election of 1994. Moreover, South Africa celebrates Freedom Day to mark the liberation of its people from years and years of colonialism and Apartheid.

So, what does Freedom Day mean to a young person born into a democratic South Africa?
It means you have the voice and power to make South Africa a better place for you and its people. Realise your potential and do better! Happy Freedom Day.

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“ The pessimist complains about the wind, the optimist expects it to change, and the realist adjusts the sails.”-William Author Ward. During these challenging times, we urge every learner to develop a mindset of a realist. Learning from home is challenging, but let’s make it work. Instead of seeing this as a deterrent, see it as an opportunity to learn and master the art of working independently.

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True success starts with how much you are willing to do to achieve it. Much as it may be challenging to learn from home, keep going.

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Getting schoolwork done from home requires high levels of planning, discipline and time management. Excellent time management skills will help you get your work done on time and reduce stress and anxiety. Here are a few tips on how you can manage your time effectively and boost productivity:
1.Go through your assignments and accurately judge the amount of time needed to complete them before the due date.
2.Create a schedule/timetable and allocate time to each project. Ensure to record each project/assignment due date.
3.Break down your assignments into smaller chunks. Ensure this in line with each project’s due date.
4.Stick to your schedule, do not procrastinate! Procrastination is the enemy of success. Waiting until the last minute to do your work will yield poor results and unnecessary stress.
5.Start working on your assignments early in the day. Waiting until late in the evening means less energy will be expended towards your schoolwork
6.Eliminate distractions i.e cellphone, social media, friends, TV, etc. The time allocated towards schoolwork must not be spent on social media, cellphones, etc.

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“A man who does not read has no advantage over a man who cannot read”- Mark Twain. Always make time for reading! If you do not read frequently, your mind will struggle to absorb and keep information. Read more, think better with SchoolActive magazine 😊👌

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Always believe in your abilities, put in effort, and never give up even when the odds seem to be against you!

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It is believed that a new habit is formed by completing a task for 21 days in a row. Therefore, national lockdown is an opportunity for us to develop and practice new habits. Challenge yourself by trying out something new.

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SHARE and TAG your friends and classmates: SchoolActive magazine is your ultimate treasure trove of career guide information, and if you are a budding entrepreneur, it ensures you gain substantial knowledge in the practice and science of entrepreneurship. We urge you to research careers while in Grade 8. Waiting until you are in Matric is risky because, at that point, you will be forced to choose a career that is in line with the subjects you chose in Grade 10. Such negligence is the major cause of tertiary dropouts . Plan ahead with SchoolActive Magazine 🤜

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TAG A TEACHER 😄. Teachers have the most important job in the world. They should never question their worth, for the world is nothing without them.

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Share with us what you are reading this weekend. Among others, we hope you are reading a copy of SchoolActive magazine😃

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Human Rights Day is one of the most important days in the history of South Africa as it pays tribute to the events that took place in Sharpville, 60 years ago. Under the leadership of Robert Sobukwe, thousands of people took to the streets to protest against pass laws, which forced Africans to carry a pass at all times. These laws were further used to control the movement of Africans, restricting where they could work or live. It is important to note that lives were lost, and families were torn apart for the attainment of our basic human rights.
But what are human rights? Human rights are moral principles inherent to all human beings, regardless of their race, s*x, religion, nationality, etc. Examples include a right to education, human dignity, equality, a right to life, freedom of movement, freedom of expression, etc. Happy Human Rights Day.

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REMINDER: Schools closed early because crowded places i.e malls, cinemas, public play areas, etc are a major point of risk to our health. Stay home to reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19. Share and tag your friends.

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