Fifteen inflated balloons and only one held the key to changing someone's life. Mercia Abramch was that lucky person whose balloon was popped; declaring her the winner of a brand new volcanic orange MINI Cooper as part of Damelin's national MINI Cooper Tier One car giveaway.
Issued by Damelin 23 Mar 2015 13:33
At Unisa's Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL), an energising and challenging forum was held on 5 March to mark the university's Research and Innovation Day. The event centred on how innovation and entrepreneurship talent could power South Africa towards a knowledge economy.
Issued by Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 16 Mar 2015 13:46
Whether you use it to print documents, write notes, draw pictures or fold paper aeroplanes... South Africans are avid users of Sappi's Typek office paper. This year, the Typek team is eager to grow the brand's support base even further by focusing on schools across the country.
Issued by Sappi 13 Mar 2015 10:05
Recently, at a Journal Club meeting, we had occasion to read and critically analyse an excerpt from William Dalrymple's new book, The Anarchy: How a Corporation Replaced the Mughal Empire, 1756-1803. The book apparently is expected to be published next year (company-original-corporate-raiders). While the article provided a critical overview of the brutal British exploitative history in India, it alerted the reader to the fact that it was not the British Government per se that was responsible for 'looting' the riches of India, but a corporate named the "East India Company". This does not in any way suggest that Britain can deny its complicity in the 'raiding' of India. Dalrymple poignantly and eloquently reminds the reader of the 'hurt' that is still felt in India when the 'loot' is displayed in the form of artworks or artifacts in a foreign land that was for all intentions and purposes a 'right royal marauder'.
Issued by Regent Business School 10 Mar 2015 11:46
The Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) hosted an energising and thought-provoking Research and Innovation Day on March 5. The theme was "Developing Innovation and Entrepreneurship Talent", challenging academia, business and public sector alike to consider entrepreneurs as a mainspring to driving innovation in South Africa.
Issued by Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 10 Mar 2015 10:24
The Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) will produce an innovation hat-trick as it hosts its third Research and Innovation Day as part of the University of South Africa's (Unisa) fourth annual Research and Innovation Week.
Issued by Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 3 Mar 2015 10:03
"The future of our youth does not only lie in going to university, or in going to university the first time you finish matric." - Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande
Issued by Oxbridge Academy 2 Mar 2015 14:13
Delegates who successfully completed the course in Construction Economics attended their Certificate Ceremony at the Musaion on the University of Pretoria's Hatfield Campus on 2 February 2015. The delegates were received by CE at UP staff and congratulated with a formal certificate handover that was attended by the CEO as well as General Manager of CE at UP, respectively, Deon Herbst and Hermien Dorfling.
Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 2 Mar 2015 13:45
Shortly after receiving their matric results only a week before, more than 100 first-year students at the University of Pretoria kicked-off their BCom degrees with an early start on 12 January 2015.
Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 27 Feb 2015 14:22
The harsh reality is that in South Africa not everyone can afford tertiary study due to socio-economic constraints as well as low standards of basic education.
Issued by TSiBA Education 26 Feb 2015 14:35
The South African economy is facing some very difficult times, both locally and internationally. This statement distils widespread concerns for the future of the country and all those who live in it. The process of globalisation has unleashed changes that have affected almost every country in the world and the recent financial crisis of 2008 has further exacerbated the situation.
Issued by Regent Business School 26 Feb 2015 14:14
Members of the media are invited to the launch of the Centre for Entrepreneurship (CfE) that will be hosted by the Department of Small Business Development and False Bay TVET College.
Issued by False Bay College 25 Feb 2015 14:08
At an official handover ceremony held on Monday 16 February 2015 at its Muizenberg campus, False Bay College received the National Disability Award Prize for its contribution to inclusivity and access for students with disabilities.
Issued by False Bay College 20 Feb 2015 16:20
The Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust (CRET), with the support of Shanduka Foundation, recently hosted its second annual CRET Awards ceremony to honour students in its bursary programme for excellence in academics, leadership and service.
Issued by Shanduka Foundation 17 Feb 2015 12:47
As of January 2015, Oxbridge Academy has become the only distance learning college in South Africa to offer ABMA-accredited courses. These courses, though college-level qualifications, are recognised by a number of UK universities as credit-bearing, even allowing ABMA students to enrol at Master's degree level in certain fields of study.
Issued by Oxbridge Academy 17 Feb 2015 12:15
University becomes first African institution to implement OCLC's cloud-based library management services
Issued by Sabinet 17 Feb 2015 11:29
Over 30 schools vied for their share in R250,000 worth of bursaries at the launch of Damelin's 2015 Principals' Breakfast, held on Tuesday, 10 February 2015, at the Benvenuto Conference Centre in Randburg.
Issued by Damelin 16 Feb 2015 14:33