Month: October 2016

Impossible is nothing

Dr S’thembile Ngidi made history when she graduated from the College of Medicine South Africa as KwaZulu-Natal’s first-ever black female oncologist.

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Have Wings, Will Travel

SA’s first black female pilot proves the sky’s the limit.
Twenty years ago, Asnath Mahapa had never even set foot in an aeroplane. But she was determined to beat the odds and today, as South Africa’s first black woman commercial pilot, she flies for SAA and has established her own aviation school east of Johannesburg.

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Lecturers teach and carry out research in universities and higher education establishments. They teach academic and vocational subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate level to students over the age of 18.

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Animators bring drawings or computer generated characters to life on screen. They produce multiple images called frames, which when sequenced together create an illusion of movement known as animation.

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