Applications open for MEST class of 2020

The Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) has opened applications for its next one-year, fully-sponsored entrepreneurial training programme in Accra, Ghana.

By Tom Jackson 3 days ago

R22m boost for skills training of the unemployed

The Department of Labour is today set to unveil training programmes, to the value of R22 million, aimed at creating jobs in the aviation, maritime commercial diving and agricultural sectors...

3 days ago

OMNI HR Consulting gets accredited with the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations

The core focus of Omni HR Consulting is to provide customers with innovative, relevant and industry-related training and development solutions, which will meet the skills development needs of their human capital and talent pipeline...

Issued by OMNI HR Consulting 14 Sep 2018

Hire a teen, before they know everything...

An effective way for businesses to stay ahead of the technology curve in today's digital age is growth from within - a strategy that requires savvy management who can spot talent...

14 Sep 2018

Why we need to take a lifelong approach to learning

As technological advancements continue to drive the global economy, linking the two aspects of learning - literacy and skills development - has become essential...

By Jackie Carroll 14 Sep 2018

Upcoming jobs summit to attract investment, tackle poverty

Deputy President David Mabuza says the up and coming jobs summit will ensure that South Africa continues to address the country's poverty and income inequality...

13 Sep 2018

Calling women entrepreneurs: applications open for Future Females Business School

Future Females has opened its applications for the Future Females Business School...

13 Sep 2018

Rising Stars Career Expo to explore new heights

The 8th Annual Rising Stars Career Expo aims to be bigger and better this year as it settles at a larger outdoor venue - the Imfume Sports Ground, south of Durban...

13 Sep 2018

How are South Africans planning to future-proof their careers?

Only 23.8% of working South Africans believe their current skills will keep them employed in 10 years' time, according to a research report released by MasterStart this week...

13 Sep 2018

Bringing 1956 empowerment to today's disadvantaged women

In commemoration of the 1956 Women's March to the Union Buildings, the Southern African Institute of Learning (SAIL) will launch their 1956 Women's Business Empowerment Programme...

11 Sep 2018

How a TES can bridge the artisanal skills gap

For a country that contributes to highly technical and specialist industries of mining, oil and gas, South Africa has a dearth of many of the artisanal skills required within these sectors...

By Tebogo Moalusi 11 Sep 2018

#YouthReport2018: The SA jobseeker's catch-22, micro-privileges and the rise of 'adulting'

The third session of the UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing's Youth Report 2018 release was presented by Martin Neethling, director of groceries at Pioneer Foods, and was all about the 18- to 24-year-old market, the changing definition of teenagers and the game-changers in this regard...

By Leigh Andrews 10 Sep 2018

Leaders need to get socially schooled

In an age of rage, social signalling and online justice, leaders need to be schooled in the reputational ramifications of social media...

By Laura Kirsten 5 Sep 2018

Careers24 releases job application and recruitment stats per sector for the last year

The South African employment landscape has shown some promising signs of growth in the last year...

Issued by Careers24 4 Sep 2018

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