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The new demerit system issued by the (RTIA) Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences is about to steer South Africans off the road.

The new demerit system issued by the (RTIA) Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences is about to steer South Africans off the road.

Guests: Mr Jeff Chuwe - Registrar Chief Executive Officer: (RTIA) Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences

Rudie Heyneke, Transport Portfolio Manager: OUTA



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Guest: Guest: Peter Der Manuelian - Barbara Bell Professor of Egyptology Director, Harvard Semitic Museum 

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Some even go so far as to rely on the pre-printed will forms you can buy at your local stationery shop or download.

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Growing numbers of South African parents are looking at international education opportunities for their children, but this does not come cheap.
While some parents are no strangers to putting aside money for schooling, with top private schools costing over R250 000 per year, the leap to an R800 000 annual price tag for tuition and living costs at the likes of Harvard is sizeable.
“While the cost of studying abroad is high, the return on investment is much higher. Just as top schools carry prestige and sway for employment in South Africa, so too do globally top-ranked universities. The average starting salary for a Harvard graduate is around R70 000 per month.

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Literacy Month (September) (25:29)

17 September 2019 10:21 PM

The last Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) in 2016 found that 78% of Grade 4 learners in South Africa can't read for meaning in any language. 
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Guest: Masennya Dikotla, CEO of the Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy

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