If you are visiting the beautiful City of Tshwane, you will no doubt need to get around. Whether for business or pleasure, there are many great ways to travel in and out of Tshwane.
The Tshwane Bus service offers scheduled trips around Tshwane on weekdays. You will need to purchase a Connector Card and load credit to be able to make use of this service.
The City of Tshwane has a plethora of NGOs in various sectors of the healthcare system. This provides residents with the opportunity to choose from a list of registered healthcare services right on their doorstep.
In today’s world of internet, Google and social media, many people have forgotten the worth of having a library subscription. You don’t need to be a bookworm to want to be a member, there are so many other services that the Tshwane library has to offer. Study programmes, business facilities (such as photocopying, certification and lamination among other services), holiday programmes, internet and tape aids are just some of the wonderful options you as a resident will have when joining the library.
At the moment, there are more unemployed people than there are vacancies. Ensuring that your CV lands up on the top of the pile, getting that interview and knowing what you are up against can be difficult if you don’t know where to start. The South African Government website gives you realistic guidelines to compiling your CV, where to start the search as well as useful information for when you start your dream job.
If you are looking for a job in the City of Tshwane, look no further than the City’s very own website. There you will be able to register and apply for vacancies at the municipality . Another great site to peruse is the Department of Employment and Labour site. The ESSA (Employee Services of South Africa) is a portal for job-seekers as well as recruiters looking for opportunities in the workplace.
The Khan Academy is a non-profit organisation aimed at providing quality, free education to all – students, teachers and parents alike. This Academy gives teachers the tools to be able to provide tailored, personalised educational content to learners as they grow at their own pace.
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EduBlush is an online academy offering students from Grade 4 to Grade 12 quality education by qualified teachers with over 10 years experience. In these unfortunate and unforeseen circumstances, education cannot be overlooked and is still as important as ever before. Giving students access to the best learning experience is at the forefront of EduBLush’s core offering.
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IBM Digital Nation Africa is a platform that allows technology students the opportunity to learn and explore various skills such as AI, IoT, Blockchain and many other skills. Not only do registered students get lifetime access to the course material, but they are able to find a job by setting up a profile relevant to their skills
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One of the biggest reasons why businesses either fail to launch or don’t stick around for long enough is access to finance. Regardless of the size of one’s company, there are costs that just cannot be avoided and are absolutely necessary to success.
SEFA (Small Enterprise Finance Agency) assists businesses with the loans required to open up and stay afloat.
The SEDA (Small Business Development Agency) offers information to those looking to start a business. From advice and information, to small enterprise training and even business registration, starting up has never been safer and easier.
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