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Friends of Design Academy calls for applications for 2019 scholarship

The Friends of Design Academy of Digital Arts has announced that its Distinguished Talent Scholarship is open for applications for the 2019 academic year...

20 Sep 2018

Student safety becomes a top priority
Student safety becomes a top priority

Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor will soon meet the Council on Higher Education and Universities South Africa to discuss steps to be taken to deal with the violence at higher education and training institutions countrywide...

19 Sep 2018

2019 applications open - BA Honours in Visual Communication
2019 applications open - BA Honours in Visual Communication

Applications are currently open for the 2019 intake for the BA Honours in Visual Communication program. The year-long degree is designed to produce industry-ready innovative critical thinkers...

Issued by Stellenbosch Academy of Design & Photography 18 Sep 2018

Education, excursion and experience at the Shanghai Business Study Tour 2018
Education, excursion and experience at the Shanghai Business Study Tour 2018

A group of 11 students and alumni from Regent Business School jets off to China as part of the Shanghai Business Study Tour 2018...

Issued by Regent Business School 17 Sep 2018

Young leaders - do you want to be a Mandela Washington Fellow?
Young leaders - do you want to be a Mandela Washington Fellow?

The 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders is open for entry, inviting young South African leaders to apply for the chance to go to the US...

17 Sep 2018

MBA Tour journeys to Joburg
MBA Tour journeys to Joburg

The Johannesburg MBA Conference is open to all prospective candidates wanting to embark on the MBA journey to stand out from the crowd and take the next step up the career ladder...

14 Sep 2018

Why we need to take a lifelong approach to learning
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

Rising Stars Career Expo to explore new heights
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

NSFAS beneficiaries urged to sign SOPs
NSFAS beneficiaries urged to sign SOPs

Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor has appealed to confirmed National Student Financial Aid Scheme beneficiaries to come forward and sign their Schedule of Particulars...

12 Sep 2018

ADvTech on the education acquisition trail with MSA
ADvTech on the education acquisition trail with MSA

ADvTech, one of Africa's largest private education groups, is further expanding its tertiary education portfolio with the acquisition of Monash South Africa...

11 Sep 2018

Financial constraints scupper DMV's education support plans
Financial constraints scupper DMV's education support plans

The Department of Military Veterans (DMV) says no new applications for education support for the 2019 academic year will be accepted due to financial constraints...

10 Sep 2018

Women in maritime - the focus at career fair
Women in maritime - the focus at career fair

Women in the South African maritime sector were the focus of an inaugural career fair hosted by the South African International Maritime Institute...

10 Sep 2018

SAPICS tackles supply chain skills gap
SAPICS tackles supply chain skills gap

SAPICS recently hosted its 4th annual Young Professional and Student Conference to address the critical skills gap in the supply chain profession...

7 Sep 2018

CUT Solar Project gets an upgrade
CUT Solar Project gets an upgrade

In 2013, Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) embarked on its first project to harness the power of the sun. This year, they decided to upscale the project with the installation of a Solar Plant...

6 Sep 2018

AI in Africa to be advanced at Deep Learning Indaba
AI in Africa to be advanced at Deep Learning Indaba

The Deep Learning Indaba, an annual gathering of the African Artificial Intelligence community, will be hosted by Stellenbosch University, South Africa, from 9 - 14 September 2018....

6 Sep 2018

Incidence of qualification fraud remains high
Incidence of qualification fraud remains high

According to Managed Integrity Evaluation (MIE) research, misrepresentation and fraud of qualifications remains high and that a candidate's qualification(s) is the most likely aspect to contain discrepancies...

4 Sep 2018

Thinking about studying at AFDA? Don't miss our open day 13 October 2018
Thinking about studying at AFDA? Don't miss our open day 13 October 2018

Learn about the creative economy and what your future career may look like...

By Earle Holmes, Issued by AFDA 3 Sep 2018

GESS entrepreneurship programme puts focus on global consumption crisis
GESS entrepreneurship programme puts focus on global consumption crisis

Thirty-five university post and undergraduate students have been selected to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summer School from 9-15 September 2018 in Cape Town to develop entrepreneurial solutions to the global consumption challenge...

3 Sep 2018

7 ways to save SA's STEM education before the 4th Industrial Revolutions hits
7 ways to save SA's STEM education before the 4th Industrial Revolutions hits

With the Fourth Industrial Revolution looming, a solid STEM is imperative to bring about the ability to problem-solve...

By Sharanjeet Shan 31 Aug 2018

SA case study takes story of township entrepreneurial success to the world
SA case study takes story of township entrepreneurial success to the world

A UCT GSB teaching case study on how an entrepreneurial township business is uplifting communities around South Africa has been shortlisted in the 2018 CEEMAN Case Writing Competition...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 30 Aug 2018

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South Africa's university students face a crisis: nearly a third go hungry

There is a common perception that students represent the elite, and so cannot possibly suffer from hunger...

By Stephen Devereux 30 Aug 2018

A new generation of code breakers
A new generation of code breakers

Government is considering introducing coding in South African schools...

29 Aug 2018

QR codes are providing innovative learning solutions for learners in SA
QR codes are providing innovative learning solutions for learners in SA

The QR code - known as Bubbles - makes it possible to link to short, interactive modules that help learners gain a deeper understanding of the material through audio-visual snippets...

28 Aug 2018

SAPICS to celebrate supply chain education in Southern Africa
SAPICS to celebrate supply chain education in Southern Africa

SAPICS - The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management - will be hosting its annual Supply Chain Management Education Excellence Awards in Johannesburg on the 8 November 2018. These awards recognise and reward excellence in supply chain management education...

27 Aug 2018

SU female scientists outperform at 2018 WISA
SU female scientists outperform at 2018 WISA

This year's South African Women in Science Awards (WISA) has recognised three female scientists from Stellenbosch University (SU) for their contribution to science and technology research, profiling them as role models for younger women...

27 Aug 2018

Scooler calls learners to enter entrepreneurial business ideas
Scooler calls learners to enter entrepreneurial business ideas

Students in Grade 8 to Grade 12 can enter their existing money-making venture, hobby or business...

24 Aug 2018

Uber Innovation Masterclass steers SA disadvantaged youth into leadership
Uber Innovation Masterclass steers SA disadvantaged youth into leadership

The Masterclasses aimed at connecting the youth to career advice and opportunities and with this year's theme solely focusing on Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field...

23 Aug 2018

Kathryn Main, founder of Money Savvy Kids and Mainmultimedia.
#WomensMonth: Be brave, be bold, don't let anyone push you around

Kathryn Main is a single mom of three boys, former sales manager of Sawubona magazine, and founder of Mainmultimedia and Money Savvy Kids (MSK). She explains why working for herself was not an option but a necessity, her personal financial education journey and why she doesn't want the next generation to go through what she went through...

By Leigh Andrews 23 Aug 2018

Stellenbosch University launches student-inspired #Move4Food drive
Stellenbosch University launches student-inspired #Move4Food drive

Stellenbosch University (SU) launched its student-inspired #Move4Food drive on Monday, 20 August, with the aim of raising R10m in 100 days to create sustainable food banks...

23 Aug 2018

New database puts African education research at the heart of policy and practice
New database puts African education research at the heart of policy and practice

There is growing recognition of the quality of research in developing countries and its importance for policy and practice...

By Rafael Mitchell, Pauline Rose, Samuel Asare 23 Aug 2018

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