Grade 10 & 11 are coming back and opening school next week, Monday 24th August 2020.
Grade 9 will start on Tuesday, 25th August 2020.
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Nyameko High School
Nyameko High School is situated in Mdantsane Township, the second biggest Township in South Africa.
The page is about Nyameko High School, a township high school in Mdantsane Township.
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Our brand new Banner! And we also finish 2018 with a New website: www.nyameko-highschool.org.za
We are going to have a great 2019 with so much development!
2018 has been a great year for our school. We are looking forward to a great set of matric results early in January 2019. We wish our learners and their families a relaxed and safe festive season. We look forward to welcoming our new Grade 8 learners in 2019. Happy holidays. God bless. FROM: Principal and Staff.
Dear current Matriculants. This is the LINK you can use to apply online at the Walter Sisulu University.
You can view the different programmes they offer across their different campuses. Their B.Com Chartered Accounting studies are offered at the Mthatha Campus. They have 100% funding for the majority (85%) of their students who are intending to be Chartered Accountants.
WSU Application Package 2019 Coming Soon!!! - Walter Sisulu University IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE APPLICATION Application Closing dates: Faculty of Health Sciences: 28 September 2018 Other Faculties: 31 October 2018 It is very important to determine first what you want to study before you start the online application process. The other most important thing you ...
Sitembele James wrote:
I don’t know who told DBE districts more in the Ciskei area that the teaching of Agricultural Science in high schools should be ignored. What puzzles me more on this is that the University of Fort Hare has one of the best (if not thee best) BSc Agriculture, followed by the Diploma in Agriculture and Forestry at Fort Cox College, Diploma & Advanced Diploma in Agricultural Management at NMMU, BSc Agriculture at the new Mpumalanga University….these universities and colleges need students who are well versed in this scarce scientific field of study.
There are teachers roaming around, who can teach these studies.
Food is from the land that God has blessed us with, meat comes from the Cattles that we ought to be breeding as the Black nation, especially in the Eastern Cape yet we have become too modernised that our surrounding rural areas have turned into suburban areas with no interest in farming and agriculture. No wonder food prices and meat prices keep on going up due to the unparalleled demand from lazy consumers who battle to even have a backyard garden in their RDP houses in Mdantsane. Wonke umntu uxhomekeke kuRhulumente!
Our local schools can be the beacon of hope and explore avenues less travelled. I say, consider the introduction of this stream!
Unless young people start paying attention to their own future and well being, there is no automatic help that the South African government will give to them. You are responsible for your own destiny, not government officials. You were born for a purpose - do not sit around waiting for the unknown to help you but Arise and Shine!!! In you there is a Seed of Greatness!!!
Types of B.Coms offered at the University of Free State (UFS): BCom General; BCom with specialisation in Economics;
BCom with specialisation in Investment Management and Banking; BCom with specialisation in Marketing;
BCom with specialisation in Entrepreneurship;
BCom with specialisation in Human Resource Management ;
BCom (Law) and the BCom Extended Curriculum Programme
Apply to the University of Free State (UFS) now!!!
To those still studying in High Schools: Consider doing Maritime Studies at CPUT, NMMU, UKZN and others This sector of the economy has a bright future. South Africa’s oceans are estimated have the potential to contribute up to R177-billion to the country’s GDP and create up to a million new jobs by 2033. This is the key aim of the national government’s Operation Phakisa, Binning said.
At the 22nd session of the AU in Addis Ababa in January 2014, the years from 2015 to 2025 were declared the Decade of African Seas and Oceans.
Thirty-eight African countries are either coastal or island states and over 100 port facilities handle containers and other forms of cargo.
Binning said the government’s promotion of marine business and job creation represented a “significant opportunity for school-leavers”.
“There is a need to develop the skills required by this growth and to also accelerate growth, the potential of which is enormous.”
Leading SA maritime educational institutions: Maritime School of Excellence, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Nelson Mandela Metro University (NMMU), East Cape Midlands College and the SA International Maritime Institute.
The maritime industry involves activities of all vessels used at sea and any land-based services needed to sustain them, such as marine protection, pollution, repairs, tourism and transport.
Back in 2003, a young Lesley Lehodi Nkoana took the R1200 his parents gave him to go and train as a security guard and went to the University of Venda (Univen) instead.
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"Immediately after matric my father, who was not working at that time, and my mother, who was still a domestic worker, gave me the money to train as a security guard.
"I took the money and took a different route altogether," 34-year-old Nkoana said.
He set off from Botlokwa, a rural area north of Polokwane in Limpopo and enrolled for a bachelor of arts degree at Univen, where he says he found university life quite hard.
"It was very tough. My parents gave me R1200. With that money I had to buy food and pay for accommodation.
"At one point I worked at a bakery during the night and attended lectures during the day. I had to do this to survive."
But all that is history. Nkoana is now an attorney based in Pretoria and runs his own firm, Lehodi Nkoana Attorneys.
After a year at Univen, Nkoana switched to the University of Pretoria and enrolled for an LLB degree.
"I got accommodation at the university and started working at McDonald's until I completed my degree."
Nkoana specialises in medical negligence, road accidents and civil matters.
He practised as an advocate from 2011 to 2015 before choosing to proceed as an attorney.
Nkoana said attorneys enjoy a broader reach of clientele than advocates.
"When you're an advocate you become limited. I decided to become an attorney because I wanted to engage with a large number of people on the ground.
"As an advocate, you only get briefs from attorneys. Attorneys become your clients. So, it depends on the matters that they give you.
"But, as an attorney you have an upper hand because you're able to deal with a lot of different matters."
Lehodi goes against popular belief that being an advocate is "more a badge of honour" than being an attorney.
"This perception is wrong because an attorney may also get a right to appear in the high court, just like an advocate, if he so wishes.
"The only reason we have advocates is because they specialise. They become experts in a particular field," he said.
But what Nkoana would like to see happen less in society is "the perception that only people with money can access law and the courts".
"There are a number of institutions where they assist people for free. But those institutions are undermined by the very same people who think lawyers are expensive.
"I think the government must do more to educate our people about how important lawyers are and how they could access the law," he said.
Nkoana has been active in politics since his university days as a member of the South African Students Congress and ANC Youth League.
He believes his political involvement has played a significant role in his career.
"Being in politics actually sharpened my mind," Nkoana said.
"It helped me interface, deliberate issues and articulate my views [in court]. It would not have been this way if I did not involve myself actively in politics."
Describing himself as spiritual, Nkoana established the Limpopo Gospel Choristers this year. Acclaimed musicians Selaelo Selota and Thembisile Ntaka ran auditions for membership to the choir.
What does an Accountant do?
Accountants use their numerical, analytical, statistical and management skills to maintain reliable accounting and financial systems and to advise businesses on a variety of financial matters.
An accountant analyses and evaluates the financial information of a business and communicates the findings to management so that management can make informed business decisions. Typically, accountants are required to prepare company budgets and financial statements, monitor cash flow and operational costs, and oversee financial investments, risk management and debt collection. Accountants also ensure that companies comply with industry and legal requirements in financial reporting. Accountants often specialise in a particular field of accountancy such as pure accounting, financial accounting, taxation, internal auditing, and cost and management accounting.
Accountants in the insurance industry report on premium income, claims expenditure paid, taxation and company expenditure so that management may keep track of the company’s financial position. Accountants with higher level qualifications are often members of the senior management team while other accountants oversee the work of accounting technicians and accounting officers.
What employment opportunities are available as an Accountant?
Accountants are employed in all sectors of the economy and fulfil critical roles in most businesses. Many are also self-employed or work for specialised accounting firms that provide advice and financial management services to clients.
Accountants in the insurance sector:
Within the insurance industry, accountants are employed across all the sub-sectors and in organisations such as life insurers, short-term insurers and health insurance companies, brokerages and intermediary firms, pension funds and pension fund administrators, collective investment institutions and health insurance administrators.
Accountants enjoy good employment opportunities in South Africa as the demand for their skills often exceeds the supply.
What qualifications does an Accountant need?
Requirements for all undergraduate programs in accounting are set by each of the different universities or private training institutions. As a rule, students require a Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption and English and mathematics, preferably at the higher grade. Accounting, economics and business economics at Grade 12 level is recommended.
Does an Accountant need to belong to a professional body?
Professional body membership is not a legal requirement to practice as an accountant. However, the professional designations listed below are linked to membership of the various professional bodies. Some employers may also require professional body membership.
Chartered Accountant – CA (SA)
How do I become a Chartered Accountant – CA (SA)?
Undergraduate: You will need a B.Com Accounting degree or an equivalent CA(SA) undergraduate qualification. You must also ensure that the university is accredited by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA)
Post-graduate: You will need a Certificate in the Theory of Accounting (CTA) or honours qualifications at a university that is accredited by SAICA. The course takes a minimum of one year and must be completed at a SAICA accredited university.
Workplace experience: Candidates can now choose to specialise in auditing or in financial management. If you want to specialise in auditing you have to enter into a three year training contract (learnership) with an auditing firm that is a Registered Training Office of SAICA.
If you want to specialise in financial management you can enter into a three year training contract (learnership) with a firm in commerce and industry which is an Accredited Training Office of SAICA.
Professional examinations: All candidates can enter the first Qualifying Examination (QE1) set by SAICA once they have completed the CTA or honours qualifications. The second Qualifying Examination is written after passing QE1 (normally towards the end of the learnership).
Learners in the audit specialisation stream write the qualifying examination (QE2) set by the Independent Registration Board for Auditors (IRBA) while learners who specialise in financial management write the QE2 in financial management set by SAICA.
Professional bodies: South African Institute for Chartered Accountants (SAICA)
Chartered Certified Accountant
How do I become a Chartered Certified Accountant?
The Association of Chartered certified accountants (ACCA) offers the Certified Diploma: Accounting and Finance.
Theoretical training: Theoretical training can be done through an accredited training institution or through distance education.
Workplace experience: Learners must complete a threeyear learnership with an accredited workplace
Professional examinations: Professional examinations are set by ACCA. All the prescribed subjects have to be passed.
Professional bodies: Association of Chartered certified accountants (ACCA)
Professional Accountant (SA)
How do I become a Professional Accountant (SA)?
Undergraduate: A three-year degree in accounting from a South African institute of professional accountants (SAIPA) accredited university or a National Diploma University of Technology. You degree can be in progress when you start your three-year learnership but it needs to be complete by the end of the three-year leanership.
The degree must include the following core subjects:
Financial Accounting 3; Taxation 1;
Auditing 1 or Internal Auditing 2 or Internal Control & Code of Ethics 1;
Corporate law 1 or Commercial Law 2
You must complete a three-year learnership with a SAIPA accredited workplace
Professional examinations: The SAIPA Professional Evaluation (PE) has to be passed.
Professional bodies: South African institute of professional accountants (SAIPA)
Registered Public Sector Financial Officer/ Registered Public Sector Financial Accountant
How do I become a Registered Public Sector Financial Officer/ Registered Public Sector Financial Accountant?
Institute for Public Finance and Administration (IPFA) offers the Postgraduate Certificate: Financial Management and the Postgraduate Diploma: Financial Management.
Learners need to complete a learnership with an accredited workplace provider.
Professional bodies: Institute for Public Finance and Administration (IPFA)
Accountant (no professional designation)
How do I become an Accountant (no professional designation)?
You will need a three-year Degree in accounting at any South African university or university of technology or a National Diploma in accounting from any South African university of technology.
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