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National Treasury CFO reflects on MBL value

Dalu Majeke, Chief Financial Officer at National Treasury and SBL alumnus, addressed the first-year MBL group on the role of government Treasury and also how the MBL qualification has influenced his leadership style...

Issued by Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 25 May 2015 15:30

Universities catching on to the sleeping pod

Students' complaints of lack of sleep has led to the installation in libraries at some universities overseas of sleeping pods in which they can nap between study periods...

25 May 2015 11:00

Students protest over inefficient shuttle service

DASO-aligned students at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University want the institution to pump R5-million more into shuttle services, claiming that students often missed tests due to inefficient transport...

25 May 2015 10:35

NMMU students extend a helping hand

A group of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) students raised R5000 for the Human Dignity Centre, a facility for vulnerable children in Walmer township...

22 May 2015 08:30

Maimane praises Daso anti-corruption fight

University of Fort Hare management was "crying" because the DA Student Organisation (Daso) would expose corruption at the facility...

22 May 2015 08:25

Office workers raise funds for needy student

A group of kind-hearted employees from a Port Elizabeth communications company are furiously raising funds to help a young student continue studying towards becoming a teacher...

By Devon Koen 22 May 2015 08:15

First step at varsity trips up students

A new centre is being set up to put a halt to the high university dropout rate...

22 May 2015 08:05

ACSA and Prof Boateng donate resource books to UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership

As part of a Pan-African quasi-academic and industrial social responsibility initiative currently underway in South Africa, Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) Professor Douglas Boateng presented a free and open public lecture at the SBL campus in Midrand on Monday, 18 May...

20 May 2015 12:15

SU most influential institution for agriscience in SA - QS Rankings

Stellenbosch University's Faculty of AgriSciences is the most sought after and influential institution in South Africa, and ranks among the top 100 institutions worldwide, in agriculture and forestry research, according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015...

20 May 2015 09:00

Open Window Institute Open Day

Open Window, specialising in tertiary education in the fields of design studies, film arts and interaction arts, will be having an Open Day on 23 May from 9am to 2pm...

Issued by Open Window 19 May 2015 11:42

ACSA and Prof Boateng donate strategic sourcing resource books to the Unisa SBL

As part of a pan-African quasi-academic and industrial social responsibility initiative, Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership Professor Douglas Boateng presented an open public lecture at the SBL campus in Midrand...

Issued by Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 18 May 2015 12:20

Blown away by books

In March, False Bay College in collaboration with the Fish Hoek, Masiphumelele, Simonstown and Ocean View libraries held the first of its kind South Peninsula Book Festival...

By Colleen Brennon, Issued by False Bay College 18 May 2015 11:36

Amazon Web Services launches AWS Educate

Amazon Web Services has announced the launch of AWS Educate, a programme that helps teachers and students use real-world cloud technology in the classroom to graduate students ready to enter the cloud workforce...

18 May 2015 10:40

Giving livestock to world's poor, training improves life: study

MIAMI: Giving the poor goats, chickens or cows and offering regular training in how to make a living has helped improve conditions in five countries around the world, researchers said on Thursday...

15 May 2015 13:00

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