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Oxbridge Academy responds to false claims about its accreditation
Oxbridge Academy responds to false claims about its accreditation

This article is Oxbridge Academy's response to an article titled Oxbridge Academy in Stellenbosch not accredited - HPCSA that was published on Bizcommunity during January.

1 Oct 2014 08:20

SAE4D comments on the proposed Social Inclusion Policy Framework
SAE4D comments on the proposed Social Inclusion Policy Framework

South African Employers for Disability (SAE4D) has commented on the proposed draft Social Inclusion Policy Framework for higher education and training institutions.

30 Sep 2014 08:00

Addressing the root cause of unemployment in SA
Addressing the root cause of unemployment in SA

The educational structure is failing the South African youth as they continue to battle against unemployment, skills acquisition and career growth.

18 Sep 2014 10:00

T-Systems interns head to Germany
T-Systems interns head to Germany

Three T-Systems interns, recruited from various tertiary education institutions as well as the ICT Academy, will be heading off to Darmstadt, in the Bundesland of Hesse in Germany, as part of the Konrad Reiss International Exchange Programme.

18 Sep 2014 09:37

Youth employment review now available
Youth employment review now available

Statistician-General Pali Lehohla says while the number of black youth in employment has grown over the last 20 years, the acquisition of skills has not grown at the same rate within this group.

16 Sep 2014 08:45

UNISA alleviates impact of academic conference on environment
UNISA alleviates impact of academic conference on environment

When organising its HELTASA 2013 Conference, UNISA committed to reducing its effects on the environment by incorporating a R100 donation into the registration fee per delegate which has been donated to Food & Trees for Africa.

11 Sep 2014 10:00

Disability levels rise to 7.5% of the population
Disability levels rise to 7.5% of the population

According to Statistics South Africa (Stats SA), 7.5% of South Africans have a disability.

10 Sep 2014 08:40

Women are the engineers of the future, says Vallabh
Women are the engineers of the future, says Vallabh

As part of Africa Engineering Week, a couple hundred girls from schools around Johannesburg donned pink hard hats, at UJ earlier this week, to get the feel of what it is like to be an engineer.

5 Sep 2014 08:00

Attract youth to academia says Zuma
Attract youth to academia says Zuma

With an ageing lecturing workforce at higher education institutions, President Jacob Zuma says there is a need to make academia more exciting for South Africa's youth.

5 Sep 2014 07:32

Tiso Foundation partners with Cambridge University - Tiso Foundation
Tiso Foundation partners with Cambridge University

The Tiso Foundation - a public benefit organisation (PBO) established in 2001 by the founders of the Tiso Group - is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership with the University of Cambridge through its Global Leaders Programme (GLP).

Issued by Tiso Foundation 4 Sep 2014 14:30

State-of-the-art medical simulation lab in aid of clinical education
State-of-the-art medical simulation lab in aid of clinical education

Philips has installed a high-tech medical training simulation lab on the UJ's premises during a stopover in Johannesburg on its fifth consecutive pan-African Cairo to Cape Town roadshow.

4 Sep 2014 08:20

Africa Engineering Week aims to change lives
Africa Engineering Week aims to change lives

Africa Engineering Week is currently underway at the University of Johannesburg's Doornfontein Campus from 1-4 September.

1 Sep 2014 10:48

Ian Henderson
Bilingual universities the only way to promote diversity

The language debate rages on in tertiary education. The latest from the desk of the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, is the pronouncement that South Africa no longer has (or should have) Afrikaans, Zulu or Tswana universities - only South African ones.

By Ian Henderson 28 Aug 2014 14:33

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