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Educating for good governance
Educating for good governance

Research indicates that there is a strong correlation between education and governance. There are multiple relationships between education and good governance and they are cyclical and mutually reinforcing...

By Ridwaan Asvat, Issued by Regent Business School 12 hours ago

What is really the most important part of a training system?
What is really the most important part of a training system?

If your equipment is used badly or not at all, then it doesn't matter how good it is. Here are five reasons why the course material is really the most important part of a training system...

By Peter Horszowski, Issued by Pert Industrials 1 day ago

Graduates sail into new careers
Graduates sail into new careers

It is plain sailing into a maritime career for 81 students who graduated from freight and logistics parastatal Transnet's Maritime School of Excellence in Port Elizabeth...

By Shaun Gillham 2 Dec 2016

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What does it take to become a commercial airline pilot in SA?

Being a commercial airline pilot is considered a top job with pilots earning premium salaries...

1 Dec 2016

Mungo Park
Can international certifications stimulate local success?

Developed countries can consider innovative approaches to supply chain efficiency such as drone delivery or logistics driven by Artificial Intelligence. Countries like South Africa however...

By Mungo Park 30 Nov 2016

Is diversity really so scary?
Is diversity really so scary?

I know we have our messy diversity down here. But, whatever the results from the Brexit and US Presidential election might suggest, I believe that diversity presents a real advantage...

By Peter Horszowski, Issued by Pert Industrials 29 Nov 2016

Seda launches False Bay Rapid Incubation/Centre for Entrepreneurship
Seda launches False Bay Rapid Incubation/Centre for Entrepreneurship

The Small Enterprise Development Agency has launched a Rapid Incubator and Centre for Entrepreneurship at False Bay TVET College, Westlake Campus, in Cape Town, to provide graduates with tools and techniques to create their own SMMEs...

Issued by False Bay College 28 Nov 2016

Tech meets sport as drone racing takes flight in SA
Tech meets sport as drone racing takes flight in SA

Drone racing, a thrilling new sport that sees pilots fly high-speed drones also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), is now set to become...

28 Nov 2016

Employment opportunities for young trainees
Employment opportunities for young trainees

Communications Deputy Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams says with SABC set to have 16 television channels as a result of the digital migration process, young people will be encouraged to take up careers in the media space...

By Lutando Ndamase 27 Nov 2016

SETA funding to train deaf adults
SETA funding to train deaf adults

Fifty adults will partake in a six month Deaf Mentor Training course, courtesy of the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA)...

23 Nov 2016

Degree in interior design now available through Vega
Degree in interior design now available through Vega

The Independent Institute of Education's Vega School is, for the first time, offering the IIE degree course in interior design...

18 Nov 2016

KZN specialists benefit from advanced cardiac training
KZN specialists benefit from advanced cardiac training

Local cardiac specialists underwent training in advanced minimally invasive catheter-based percutaneous coronary interventional (PCI) procedures in Pietermaritzburg recently...

18 Nov 2016

KZN youth development programme beneficiaries thrive
KZN youth development programme beneficiaries thrive

Amid reports that KwaZulu-Natal is lagging behind other provinces in the development of small, medium and micro-enterprises (SMMEs), the tide is set to change as greater numbers of people get onto the entrepreneurial ladder.

Issued by Ithala Development Finance Corporation 16 Nov 2016

Digital Talent Bursary worth $10k up for grabs
Digital Talent Bursary worth $10k up for grabs

The international Digital Skills Academy, in partnership with Brainstorm magazine, is offering a $10,000 Digital Talent Bursary in a competition open to working professionals...

15 Nov 2016

UCT, RLabs offer free course on social innovation
UCT, RLabs offer free course on social innovation

The Bertha Centre has partnered with Reconstructed Living Labs (RLabs) to run a free programme in Cape Town for people aiming to become changemakers and social entrepreneurs and/or innovators in their communities...

15 Nov 2016

Thousands qualify through SETA opportunities
Thousands qualify through SETA opportunities

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) play an important role in identifying the skills needs of every economic sector in the country...

10 Nov 2016

How travelling can help youth find a career path
How travelling can help youth find a career path

Choosing a career path after matric or entering the workplace after studying can be intimidating, and many people are not necessarily sure of exactly what they want to do...

9 Nov 2016

Cape Town woman brings coding skills to marginalised communities
Cape Town woman brings coding skills to marginalised communities

A local woman who launched a project in partnership with SAP and Google, trained over 1,000 young people in basic coding skills...

9 Nov 2016

Education gap looms in event industry
Education gap looms in event industry

The events industry in South Africa is heading for a knowledge gap within five years. Here's how the sector helps those studying the subject realise just what is required when they start out...

By Glenn van Eck 7 Nov 2016

Tackling employee education, one bite at a time
Tackling employee education, one bite at a time

Single-concept, or bite-sized, learning is taking the global online education industry by storm...

By Dennis Lamberti 3 Nov 2016

Specialist Tony Atwood to host autism workshops in SA this January
Specialist Tony Atwood to host autism workshops in SA this January

The Education Resource Centre of Bellavista School is hosting Professor Tony Attwood, a leader in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder, in January 2017...

2 Nov 2016

On-boarding in AR - how gamification is inspiring internal training
On-boarding in AR - how gamification is inspiring internal training

In SA, a major financial institution recently turned to gamification and augmented reality in order to bolster internal training and development programmes...

2 Nov 2016

Ten MBA students are CEO for a Day
Ten MBA students are CEO for a Day

For the third year, Odgers Berndtson Sub-Saharan Africa ran its CEO for a Day Initiative, as a way for South Africa's top CEOs from the private sector to engage with some of the top MBA students from leading business schools...

27 Oct 2016

Preparing girls for a bright future in STEM
Preparing girls for a bright future in STEM

It is said that over 50% of the fastest-growing jobs are related to science, technology, engineering or maths, aka STEM...

26 Oct 2016

SAICA now responsible for AATSA training
SAICA now responsible for AATSA training

Every business requires people with both the skills and practical work experience to look after its finances confidently and competently...

25 Oct 2016

Winners of 2016 FEDHASA Youth Bursary Fund
Winners of 2016 FEDHASA Youth Bursary Fund

The Cape chapter of the Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (FEDHASA) has announced the three winners of its annual Youth Bursary Fund...

24 Oct 2016

GrandWest CSI School Cook-Off winners
GrandWest CSI School Cook-Off winners

Nine Consumer Studies learners from five Western Cape schools recently turned up the heat as they vied for for first place at the GrandWest CSI School Cook-Off...

21 Oct 2016

10 MSA LEAD fellows announced
10 MSA LEAD fellows announced

Monash South Africa (MSA) recently announced its 2016 intake of 10 MSA LEAD fellows...

18 Oct 2016

Henley Africa to host international Creativity and Innovation conference
Henley Africa to host international Creativity and Innovation conference

Henley Business School Africa's inaugural Creativity and Innovation Conference is to be held at Henley in Sandton on 15-16 October, which is a first in terms of hosting a line-up of international speakers...

Issued by Henley SA 14 Oct 2016

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