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South Africa's oldest business short course celebrates its 100th intake
South Africa's oldest business short course celebrates its 100th intake

The Programme for Management Development at the UCT Graduate School of Business is the longest continuously running business short course in South Africa and this September it celebrates its 100th intake...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 1 day ago

How to bring the teaching profession back to the forefront
How to bring the teaching profession back to the forefront

Education is central to development and to the improvement of the lives of young people, reiterating the importance of teachers in our country...

By Mampho Langa 1 day ago

Professor Jimmy Volmink
Rethinking health sciences education

A new study addresses the full value chain in health sciences education...

1 day ago

1 in 5 work in professions that are shrinking globally - study
1 in 5 work in professions that are shrinking globally - study

A recent study by Pearson, titled The Future of Skills: Employment in 2030, has forecast that one in five workers are in professions today that will shrink worldwide...

13 Jun 2018

Certificate in Labour Law registrations are now open!
Certificate in Labour Law registrations are now open!

The Certificate in Labour Law aims to equip delegates with the necessary labour legislation and procedures to ensure that accurate and ethical procedures are installed on returning to the workplace...

Issued by UKZN Extended Learning 11 Jun 2018

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ACA sells AAA School of Advertising stake to Richfield

The Association for Communication and Advertising NPC (ACA) has announced that it is selling its shareholding in the AAA School of Advertising (AAA) to Richfield Holdings...

11 Jun 2018

A day at Enterprises UP gives young learners hope for the future
A day at Enterprises UP gives young learners hope for the future

Enterprises University of Pretoria recently hosted 10 Grade 10 to 12 girl learners from Phelindaba High School in Atteridgeville as part of the annual Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work Day initiative...

Issued by Enterprises University of Pretoria 8 Jun 2018

Rhodes University Centre of Biological Control wins R68m contract
Rhodes University Centre of Biological Control wins R68m contract

The Department of Environmental Affairs has awarded Rhodes University's newly established Centre for Biological Control (CBC) a R68m contract for the research and implementation of biological control for 54 weed species in South Africa...

7 Jun 2018

The AFDA Experimental Festival 2018
The AFDA Experimental Festival 2018

The upcoming annual AFDA Experimental Festival promises to be a jaw-dropping, eye-popping and mind-boggling experience across all the AFDA campuses...

By Eare Holmes, Issued by AFDA 6 Jun 2018

Breaking the mould on traditional CA job options
Breaking the mould on traditional CA job options

With the spotliglight on the ethics and integrity of the major players in the auditing sector, landing an opportunity to do your training as a chartered accountant (CA) at a Big Four firms may no longer be all its cracked up to be...

5 Jun 2018

Applications open for NAC funding for the arts
Applications open for NAC funding for the arts

The National Arts Council (NAC) is inviting artists across all disciplines of the arts, culture and heritage (ACH) sector to submit their project proposals and applications for bursaries and funding...

4 Jun 2018

Register for the Trade, Investment Promotions and Economic Development Programme in Johannesburg or Durban!
Register for the Trade, Investment Promotions and Economic Development Programme in Johannesburg or Durban!

TIPED is a programme 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 1 Jun 2018

Collaboration sees the birth of the STEM Academy at CUT
Collaboration sees the birth of the STEM Academy at CUT

The STEM Academy launched at Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) on 30 May 2018...

1 Jun 2018

Lindiwe Miyambu, African Bank’s group executive: human capital
Current digital skills training doesn't cut it in the financial sector

When it comes to digital skills and the future skills needed for the workplace, the current training of potential employees for the financial sector in the higher institutions of learning is lacking...

31 May 2018

The skill of time management
The skill of time management

As a student, you don't have to be super smart to achieve great marks. The trick is mapping out your day and allocating time to each activity that you are doing to stay focused and goal-driven...

By Nana Zuke, Issued by Damelin 31 May 2018

SAB Foundation, Bertha Centre launch $119k UCT student fund
SAB Foundation, Bertha Centre launch $119k UCT student fund

The SAB Foundation has pledged R1.5 million ($119,000) to the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the UCT GSB, which will be invested in student-run social innovations...

By Tom Jackson 31 May 2018

New TEC programme launches at Sedibeng TVET College
New TEC programme launches at Sedibeng TVET College

Cummins Africa Middle East, in conjunction with Komatsu Africa Holdings have introduced a new Technical Education for Communities (TEC) programme at the Sedibeng TVET College...

30 May 2018

Highest graduate numbers revealed
Highest graduate numbers revealed

False Bay TVET College hosted its annual awards and diploma ceremony to acknowledge students who excel in their respective programmes and celebrate those who have graduated...

Issued by False Bay College 30 May 2018

Part-time learning is key for the 'worker bee'
Part-time learning is key for the 'worker bee'

A sense of becoming the best version of yourself is what has motivated many to register for their dream course in the hopes of finding their dream job one day or getting that promotion they have had their eyes on...

By Ashmika Chottu, Issued by Damelin 30 May 2018

SA Chefs training programme a positive for youth in hospitality
SA Chefs training programme a positive for youth in hospitality

"Youth employability is a priority for us as it not only builds the hospitality talent for the future, but it gives us the opportunity to invest in future leaders that will contribute to the South African economy..."

30 May 2018

A business lens for learning and development
A business lens for learning and development

Organisational learning and development must guard against being ineffective, incompetent, costly, value-sapping and fearful of quantitative, measureable results...

By Michelle Wolfswinkel, Issued by Wits Language School 29 May 2018

From South Africa to Saudi Arabia - Former Damelin student soars to great heights
From South Africa to Saudi Arabia - Former Damelin student soars to great heights

Growing up in Phake, a small rural area just a few kilometres outside of Hammanskraal, Damelin alumnus and top accounting graduate Theo Baloyi never thought that his dreams would one day take him overseas...

By Ashmika Chottu, Issued by Damelin 29 May 2018

New innovative school program from Acer
New innovative school program from Acer

Acer is launching an innovative school program to select and support schools that have embraced the brand's technology to try out and implement new teaching and learning environments...

29 May 2018

Last chance to apply for SAIPA Project Achiever programme
Last chance to apply for SAIPA Project Achiever programme

Aspiring accountants who will be writing SAIPA's Professional Evaluation examination in November 2018, only have until 30 May to apply for the Project Achiever programme...

28 May 2018

New partnership to develop SA's tech talent
New partnership to develop SA's tech talent

A new partnership between MultiChoice SA and the University of Pretoria aims to develop and sustain scarce Artificial Intelligence, and specifically Machine Learning technology skills...

28 May 2018

#NewBiz: The Odd Number to launch Stadio's Multiversity concept
#NewBiz: The Odd Number to launch Stadio's Multiversity concept

Stadio Holdings has created a 'Multiversity' and after a three-way pitch chose The Odd Number as its creative partner to help launch the concept...

28 May 2018

UCT law student wins Yale University Fellowship
UCT law student wins Yale University Fellowship

Elkanah Babatunde, Law PhD candidate from UCT has been awarded the prestigious Yale Fox International Fellowship by Yale University in the United States...

28 May 2018

#AfricaMonth: Profound appointment of Honorary Professor at UCT
#AfricaMonth: Profound appointment of Honorary Professor at UCT

In celebration of Africa Day, the University of Cape Town's Centre for African Studies announced the appointment of esteemed Ugandan Professor Mahmood Mamdani as Honorary Professor...

25 May 2018

MoU seeks to combine and improve transnational education
MoU seeks to combine and improve transnational education

Private pan-African higher education network, Honoris United Universities has signed an MoU with ESCP Europe to further its transnational network of leading academic centres of excellence...

24 May 2018

A perfect storm: Business, creativity and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
A perfect storm: Business, creativity and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The World Economic Forum predicts that creativity will be one of the top skills valued in 2020 and that creative industries are on the rise...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 23 May 2018

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