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JOY Itumeleng Molefi’s enthusiasm for science is infectious
JOY Itumeleng Molefi’s enthusiasm for science is infectious

Johannesburg - Obtaining a tertiary qualification in mathematics or science is no small feat and opens doors to a variety of careers.

Given South Africa’s apartheid past, such a qualification is particularly life-changing for black graduates, making it sought after in today’s highly competitive job market.

High-paying jobs, overseas teaching careers, or even securing funding to conduct research for postgraduate studies are possible ... the world is your oyster.

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