As someone who relishes a challenge, Carla Oberholzer is in the right frame of mind to make a charge for the title at the first major national classic of the South African road cycling season early next month.

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Gourmet toast you have to try

However you slice it, there are times when buttered toast just doesn’t cut it – take your toast to gourmet status with outside-the-box toppings to get you through the January slump.

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Cape Town – Cape Town’s latest addition to the trendy gastropub scene, Nomad Bistro & Bar, located on 33 Waterkant Street in the heart of Cape Town’s CBD is set to launch a series of weekly events from the 26th of January that will take place every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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By Fiona Peake, Communications Manager at Vega School, an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE)

Come results day, school-leavers separate into three groups of matriculants; the thrilled high-fiving students who passed matric with university exemption; their bitter counterparts who perhaps just missed university entry; and those who unfortunately didn’t make it.

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University of Johannesburg coach Richard Das Neves will be aiming to instil in his squad the lessons learnt from last year when the Varsity Cricket tournament takes place at the end of the month.

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Schools out! It is time to move on to what you really want to do with your life. If you’re looking for an exciting, creative, professional field where you can put your creativity to daily use – then design work may be what you’ve had on the tip of your tongue.

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Make a great first impression with a professional CV and cover letter

Whether you are searching for a new job, a first job or a better job, the reality is that South Africa’s job market is a highly competitive environment with thousands of job seekers competing for opportunities. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to make oneself more marketable for a better chance of landing that dream job.

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Companies wanting to attract and retain the best talent will need to get more creative when it comes to crafting reward policies.

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The final fields for the inaguaral 2017 Sun Met celebrated with Mumm was announced at Grandwest Casino last night. The 126th edition of the prestigious event promises to be an event not to be missed with exilhilerating horseracing, glamour, style and South Africa’s hottest entertainment.

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By Dr Carla Enslin, a founding member of the Vega School and National Head of Academics

Careers during the lifetimes of today’s matriculants may not be the same as it was for previous generations. The accelerating speed of technological advancements has led to estimates that today’s graduates can expect to change their careers as many as seven times throughout their lives. In this environment, is there scope for people to acquire a four-year degree of theoretical knowledge? Won’t it be obsolete by the time you finally don your graduation gown?

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