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How genre writing plays a role in your success as a writer
How genre writing plays a role in your success as a writer

As a writer, you can enjoy success when you give the world your best in different genres. Find out more about the dynamics of genre writing...

By Khanyie Dlamini, Issued by CityVarsity 8 May 2018

How part-time study benefits the life of a working woman
How part-time study benefits the life of a working woman

Working women often have to balance career and lifestyle demands very carefully. Part-time study is a way to create change and career progress when much needed...

By Laeeka Khan, Issued by Damelin 8 May 2018

Five quotes to reactivate your goals and dreams
Five quotes to reactivate your goals and dreams

Do you have goals and dreams that require action? Here are a few thoughts and quotes to inspire you and help you get ahead...

By Laeeka Khan, Issued by Damelin Correspondence College 8 May 2018

New MathU Teaching Emporium app offers reward-based learning
New MathU Teaching Emporium app offers reward-based learning

Tracker, in partnership with MathU Teaching Emporium, recently launched a maths and science learning curriculum app at the Magaliesburg State School...

8 May 2018

Applications open for Fedhasa Cape's Youth Bursary programme
Applications open for Fedhasa Cape's Youth Bursary programme

Students studying towards a hospitality qualification are invited to apply for Fedhasa Cape's 2018 Youth Bursary programme...

8 May 2018

#AfricaMonth: The digital life expectancy of Africa's youth
#AfricaMonth: The digital life expectancy of Africa's youth

Africa's new digitised youth population, Generation Z, will define Africa's digital future and these are the skills they will need to do it...

By Louise Marsland 8 May 2018

#AfricaMonth: The power of smart technology in Africa
#AfricaMonth: The power of smart technology in Africa

People across Africa face considerable challenges - many of them existential. But, without the right devices, connectivity, and skills, those who badly need their problems solved often can't access available solutions...

By Greg Morris 8 May 2018

Red & Yellow opens early bursary applications for 2019
Red & Yellow opens early bursary applications for 2019

Effective immediately, a limited number of bursary opportunities for South African citizens has just been released for all 2019 programmes at the Red & Yellow Creative School of Business...

Issued by Red & Yellow 7 May 2018

MBAWC transforms lives through cadet programme
MBAWC transforms lives through cadet programme

Irwil Adonis, Gabaitsiwe Medupe and Arthur Mills were three unskilled South Africans before embarking on...

7 May 2018

Magome Masike, North West health MEC
NW health tables plan to boost workforce

In a bid to increase its health workforce, the North West health department says more than 700 medical students will be leaving Cuba to come and do their final 6th year of their medical degree course in South Africa...

4 May 2018

What happens when you put African philosophies at the centre of learning
What happens when you put African philosophies at the centre of learning

What happens when African philosophies and practices are placed at the centre of learning? How can teachers and students on the continent use the concepts of ubuntu (human interdependence) and ukama (relationality) to come up with homegrown solutions for societal and educational concerns?

By Yusef Waghid, Faiq Waghid and Zayd Waghid 4 May 2018

How this unfunded ed-tech startup quietly conquered Nigeria
How this unfunded ed-tech startup quietly conquered Nigeria

The ed-tech space across Africa is one of great potential, and we regularly hear about innovative startups building solutions tackling educational issues across a variety of countries on the continent...

By Tom Jackson 4 May 2018

SEED workshop applications open for entrepreneurs in sustainability sector
SEED workshop applications open for entrepreneurs in sustainability sector

Global non-profit organisation SEED will host its Replicator Connect Workshops in Polokwane, 17-18 May, and in Pretoria, 23-24 May...

4 May 2018

Bursaries up for grabs from Printing SA
Bursaries up for grabs from Printing SA

Printing SA is offering two passionate individuals the chance to open the door to the world of print by winning a bursary for a Screen Printing Workshop valued at over R3000 each...

3 May 2018

French university acquires licence for Simplified plain language course
French university acquires licence for Simplified plain language course

SA training and consultancy firm, Simplified has licensed its plain language business writing course to France's University of Strasbourg for use in its online master's programme in Technical Communication and Localisation (TCLoc)...

3 May 2018

16 unemployed youth complete Synthesis learnership programme
16 unemployed youth complete Synthesis learnership programme

Sixteen unemployed youth have been awarded certificates after successfully completing Synthesis Software Technologies' learnership programme...

2 May 2018

New online resource helps companies meet the need to read
New online resource helps companies meet the need to read

A free knowledge hub aims to improve corporate social investment (CSI) in functional literacy during the school foundation phase...

Issued by Trialogue 30 Apr 2018

MDP registrations for July 2018 are now open!
MDP registrations for July 2018 are now open!

The Management Development Programme (MDP) is uniquely designed to build your capacity to lead your organisation into the future...

Issued by UKZN Extended Learning 30 Apr 2018

Importance of digital skills training for your organisation
Importance of digital skills training for your organisation

Digital is fast-changing how consumers interact with brands. We, as consumers, are more empowered than ever before by search engines and social media...

By Senzo Dhlomo 30 Apr 2018

How to choose a career if you have no idea what you want to do
How to choose a career if you have no idea what you want to do

Some young people know from an early age what they want to be when they grow up. The vast majority, however, have no such certainty...

Issued by Oxbridge Academy 26 Apr 2018

Why STEM is nothing without a flower...
Why STEM is nothing without a flower...

A major emphasis has been placed on the education of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in recent years, while creativity and the Arts have been all but completely forgotten. Curro Holdings is looking to change that with CurroCreate - an initiative launched in partnership with Wordsmith's Theatre Factory...

By Shan Radcliffe 26 Apr 2018

UKZN launches the Trade, Investment Promotions and Economic Development Programme in Durban and Johannesburg!
UKZN launches the Trade, Investment Promotions and Economic Development Programme in Durban and Johannesburg!

The Trade, Investment Promotion and Economic Development Programme (TIPED) is designed to provide a seamless pipeline to build South Africa's capacity to lead and manage strategic and sustainable investment...

Issued by UKZN Extended Learning 26 Apr 2018

2019 bursaries for aspiring chartered accountants up for grabs
2019 bursaries for aspiring chartered accountants up for grabs

Applications for one of 300 Thuthuka bursaries are open for those matriculants looking to start their university studies in 2019 to become a chartered accountant [CA(SA)]...

26 Apr 2018

Call for applications: Google Deep Learning Indaba
Call for applications: Google Deep Learning Indaba

Applications are now open for the second Deep Learning Indaba which aims to strengthen the foundations of African machine learning and to increase the participation of African researchers in the field...

26 Apr 2018

Emilar Gandhi, public policy manager for the SADC region for Facebook | Photo: Jessica Tennant
Facebook Africa, Digify Africa launch online safety programme for SA youth

Facebook Africa and Digify Africa have partnered to launch an online safety programme called Ilizwe Lam, Xhosa for my world...

By Jessica Tennant 25 Apr 2018

Boost for W Cape skills development
Boost for W Cape skills development

The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) has launched the Lesedi Skills Development Academy in Atlantis in the Western Cape to give youth from the area a better chance in the job market...

25 Apr 2018

How to cut through the clutter to create new digital learning paths
How to cut through the clutter to create new digital learning paths

How do organisations motivate their employees to make time for learning, and encourage them to engage with knowledge that's essential for career success - when they're already overwhelmed with information and short of time...?

By Anton Cabral 25 Apr 2018

CHS, Ocean Basket partners to boost hospitality industry skills
CHS, Ocean Basket partners to boost hospitality industry skills

With an induction programme starting late last year, the training courses have continued with the Ocean Basket management team and has steadily filtered down to delivering skills to restaurant managers and staff...

25 Apr 2018

Mpumalanga students receive R30m in bursaries
Mpumalanga students receive R30m in bursaries

Sixty students from Mpumalanga have received bursaries worth R30 million to cover tuition, accommodation costs, books and a living stipend for four years from GE's Steam Power, in collaboration with Eskom...

24 Apr 2018

Mobile library donation to improve literacy levels this World Book Day
Mobile library donation to improve literacy levels this World Book Day

South African celebrity, Maps Maponyane, wants learners across South Africa to know that reading for fun can ignite potential and open a door of endless possibilities...

23 Apr 2018

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