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Damelin Part Time makes dreams come true
Damelin Part Time makes dreams come true

With the help of Damelin Part Time, two disadvantaged individuals will now be able to study for a degree and change their lives...

Issued by Damelin 2 days ago

Five reasons why South Africa should not follow the world leaders in renewable energy
Five reasons why South Africa should not follow the world leaders in renewable energy

Germany, France and the Scandinavian countries are world leaders in the production and implementation of renewable energy systems, so we should try follow their lead, right? Not so fast. Here are five reasons why South African training institutions should be cautious when following the European model...

Issued by Pert Industrials 2 days ago

AFDA scholarships open for application
AFDA scholarships open for application

AFDA, the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance, is offering bursaries in its fully accredited Bachelor of Commerce (Business innovation) or the Bachelor of Computer Technology degrees at its Durban, Cape Town or Johannesburg campuses...

3 days ago

EduWeek focuses on 'Sustainable Development in Education'
EduWeek focuses on 'Sustainable Development in Education'

'Sustainable Development in Education' is the theme of this year's EduWeek with SABC Education powered by Intel being held at Gallagher Convention Centre Midrand from 29-30 June 2016...

21 Jun 2016

The University of California: Davis' West Village - the largest planned zero-net energy project in the United States.
#YouthMonth: Young energy advocates committed to lighting up Africa

The 25 young Africans participating in the first energy-themed institute offered through the Mandela Washington Fellowship are all committed to empowering the continent...

By Julia Ann Easley 20 Jun 2016

- Students and Career Guidance Teachers from 10 local schools attended the GIBS Career Expo thanks to De Beers
GIBS youth survey reveals political interests of SA youth

The GIBS youth survey of high school students revealed that, despite what the older generation may think, youth are following political issues rather than specific politicians...

16 Jun 2016

What you need to know about the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Scholarship
What you need to know about the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Scholarship

The scholarship will provide the brightest Grade 6 learners across South Africa with the opportunity to map their future...

16 Jun 2016

Transforming the MAC industry through education
Transforming the MAC industry through education

On Thursday 9 June in Cape Town and on 13 June in Johannesburg, the Red & Yellow School hosted information sessions to address the changes and updates to the B-BBEE Sector Code for the South African MAC industry...

By Beverley Klein 15 Jun 2016

The value of intercultural fluency
The value of intercultural fluency

Many students face their final year of studies, be it in matric or tertiary education. The question on many minds is what the South African job market holds for them when they enter it...?

15 Jun 2016

RLabsU launching 12 campuses across Cape Town
RLabsU launching 12 campuses across Cape Town

Cape Town-based social impact incubator RLabs is rolling out 12 RLabsU campuses across Cape Town, offering free programmes aimed at developing digital entrepreneurs...

By Tom Jackson 15 Jun 2016

Educor launches the first Academic Advising Centre in the country
Educor launches the first Academic Advising Centre in the country

Over 100 stakeholders, press and regulatory bodies descended at Educor House in Pinetown to witness the launch of the first-ever Academic Advising Centre (AAC) in the country...

Issued by Educor 15 Jun 2016

School of mining and metallurgy opens in Gabon
School of mining and metallurgy opens in Gabon

An educational facility that provides training for mining engineers and technicians was recently inaugurated in the Haut-Ogooué province of Gabon...

15 Jun 2016

TSiBA business scholarships ignite the light at the end of the tunnel
TSiBA business scholarships ignite the light at the end of the tunnel

It is an unfortunate reality that South African youth are once again protesting in order to create a better future. The good news is that there is light at the end of the tunnel...

Issued by TSiBA Education 15 Jun 2016

Damelin proudly supports the world's ultimate human race
Damelin proudly supports the world's ultimate human race

On 29 May, Damelin once again hosted a watering station for the Comrades Marathon in support of the world's greatest ultramarathon.

Issued by Damelin 15 Jun 2016

Chantell Ilbury
There is still hope for SA to play in the premier league

Chantell Ilbury uses a sports analogy to discuss South Africa's competitiveness and highlights factors South Africa must take note of if it wants to be part of the global playing field...

By Derick van der Walt 14 Jun 2016

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MI-Ashanti to pilot course aimed at boosting success of entrepreneurs

Given MI-Ashanti vision to reduce the failure rate of startup entrepreneurs in the market, the company will be piloting an eight-week short course at Vega School...

14 Jun 2016

Sphere, Pearson deal to develop classrooms of the future
Sphere, Pearson deal to develop classrooms of the future

Sphere will acquire a 22.5% stake in Pearson South Africa...

13 Jun 2016

Five questions to ask before choosing an online college
Five questions to ask before choosing an online college

Before you invest your time and money into your career, you should learn how to recognise and find online degree programmes that are valuable and useful...

By Charles Mburugu 13 Jun 2016

Bruce Dube
#YouthMonth: Building a Youth Village with Bruce Dube

28-year-old Bruce Dube owns and co-owns many digital media platforms through which he shares his passion for youth development and plays a significant role in...

By Cari Van Wyk 10 Jun 2016

Back row (from left to right): Andre Fielies, Kirshen Aploon, Alletta Jonas, Joseph Aploon, Hermanus Koppies, Dimitri Jacobs, Jakobus Hansen. Front row: Andrea Fielies, Juané Koppies, Elru Hansen, Annemie Hansen.
Two-A-Day Education Trust opens further learning opportunities

Grower-owned Grabouw fruit packhouse, Two-A-Day and the Two-A-Day Education Trust is making 30 tertiary education bursaries available to family of staff...

10 Jun 2016

First of a kind hotel school opens in Ekurhuleni
First of a kind hotel school opens in Ekurhuleni

The Peermont Hotel School offers skills-based training that gives young individuals the necessary platform and opportunity to start a career in the hospitality industry...

9 Jun 2016

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Research programme to focus on responsible wildlife management of African buffalo

Kwantu Private Game Reserve launched the Nyathi research scholarship programme which seeks to promote responsible wildlife conservation...

8 Jun 2016

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Entrepreneurship skills - learned in school or inborn?

With growing preference for self-employment over formal work, many people from different backgrounds are thriving in business today...

By Solomon Asaba 8 Jun 2016

Mike-Prins via  - Administrative building University of Pretoria
Brave new varsity world

A proposal to develop Pedi as an academic language, and the introduction of African studies as a major subject next year, are just two ways in which universities are...

7 Jun 2016

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UJ 'Missing Middle' campaign reaches milestone

The University of Johannesburg has reached its year-end target of R60 million to support 3,500 academically deserving 'Missing Middle' students in just three months...

6 Jun 2016

SA on track to hit annual target of 30, 000 artisans - minister
SA on track to hit annual target of 30, 000 artisans - minister

The government remains confident of meeting its target of producing 30,000 artisans per year in line with the National Development Plan, despite the challenges faced by some training institutions...

By Bekezela Phakathi 3 Jun 2016

Entries for FEDHASA Cape Youth Bursary Fund open
Entries for FEDHASA Cape Youth Bursary Fund open

In celebrating and recognising the efforts of young South Africans, FEDHASA CAPE has announced that applications for the FEDHASA Cape Youth Bursary is now open...

3 Jun 2016

Building a nation through education
Building a nation through education

Curro Holdings is a sponsor of the "Education" breakaway session on 8 June during the course of the Vision 2030 Summit. Speaking, as a panelist, is the CEO of Curro Holdings, Dr Chris van der Merwe...

Issued by Topco Media 2 Jun 2016

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