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Ed-U-College to know fate on Monday
Ed-U-College to know fate on Monday

Port Elizabeth independent school Ed-U-College will learn its fate on Monday, 22 December, when the Port Elizabeth High Court is expected to make an order in its urgent application to prevent its eviction from two Transnet- owned buildings...

By Lee-Anne Butler 19 Dec 2014 15:00

Tshabalala out, at last
Tshabalala out, at last

NEWSWATCH: SABC chair Ellen Tshabalala, found guilty of misconduct and lying, has finally resigned from her position... (videos)

18 Dec 2014 06:31

Robert Morris
Online resources that promote students' digital citizenship

Not all professors are keen on implementing digital strategies, but even the most obstinate educators must admit that the level of student engagement is positively affected when technology becomes an integrated part of their learning habits...

By Robert Morris 18 Dec 2014 11:00

Sunday Times and PnP to give away R1m in school fees
Sunday Times and PnP to give away R1m in school fees

The Sunday Times and Pick n Pay are opening a competition where they will be giving away R1 million worth of school fee prizes...

18 Dec 2014 10:00

Machel addresses UCT graduands, says education system needs their help
Machel addresses UCT graduands, says education system needs their help

UCT Chancellor Graça Machel has called on graduates in the School of Education, capped on Reconciliation Day, to address the many problems within the national education system and to help equip the younger generation to prepare for the complex challenges of the 20th century...

17 Dec 2014 13:00

DA: Zuma must suspend Ellen Tshabalala now
DA: Zuma must suspend Ellen Tshabalala now

Gavin Davis, the DA's Shadow Minister of Communications, says Jacob Zuma needs to suspend Ellen Tshabalala immediately...

15 Dec 2014 09:07

[21 Icons - Season 2] Taddy Blecher
[21 Icons - Season 2] Taddy Blecher

The acclaimed series 21 ICONS South Africa will feature the twentieth icon of its second season: Dr Taddy Blecher, a pioneer of the free tertiary education movement in South Africa...

15 Dec 2014 10:28

The value of leadership in business today - UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership   (SBL)
The value of leadership in business today

The Master of Business Leadership (MBL) is a highly professional, three-year postgraduate management development programme which is offered on a distance-learning platform...

Issued by UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 15 Dec 2014 10:49

The emergence of the accidental project manager - UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership   (SBL)
The emergence of the accidental project manager

Project management has developed into a strategic and integral function of companies. Although firmly in its ascendancy, the project management office is faced with a number of challenges that can inhibit effective implementation...

Issued by UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 12 Dec 2014 15:56

Scholarship paves road for achiever
Scholarship paves road for achiever

Jason Field, 23, was awarded the R50,000-a-year premier's top achievers scholarship by Noxolo Kiviet for his outstanding academic performance in the special needs pupils' category five years ago...

11 Dec 2014 09:05

Strikes drive officials back to school
Strikes drive officials back to school

Violent and costly strike action, a lack of discipline in the public education sector and the effectiveness of minimum service agreements for public servants were the topics of choice for three prominent office bearers who graduated from NMMU...

10 Dec 2014 13:30

TGRC awards winning schools of glass recycling competition
TGRC awards winning schools of glass recycling competition

The Glass Recycling Company has awarded the winning schools in South Africa that collected the highest quantities of glass during TGRC's Annual Schools' Glass Recycling Competition...

10 Dec 2014 11:40

How social media is changing the face of distance learning - Oxbridge Academy
How social media is changing the face of distance learning

With social media rapidly transforming every facet of our modern lives, the 'distance' in distance learning has become less and less - all to the advantage of the student...

Issued by Oxbridge Academy 9 Dec 2014 11:58

English for Professional Development Certificate Ceremony 2014 - Wits Language School
English for Professional Development Certificate Ceremony 2014

On Friday, 31 October, the English for Professional Development (EPD) unit hosted its annual certificate ceremony...

By Gwendolynn De Jager, Issued by Wits Language School 9 Dec 2014 11:35

giveITback donates solar PC lab to KZN school
giveITback donates solar PC lab to KZN school

Africa's first commercially available solar powered container (PC) lab built within a shipping container, will improve access to information and communication technologies (ICT) in non-affluent, rural and remote communities...

9 Dec 2014 08:26

Unisa adamant: NO degree to SABC's Tshabalala
Unisa adamant: NO degree to SABC's Tshabalala

UNISA released a statement on Friday, 5 December 2014, confirming SABC chair Ellen Tshabalala did not earn a degree from the institution...

8 Dec 2014 10:46

Gender stereotyping starts in the toy aisles
Gender stereotyping starts in the toy aisles

Could the reason why worryingly few women graduate in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths be found in the toy aisles?

8 Dec 2014 14:40

SAMF releases research on feasibility of National Examination for Grade 9 maths
SAMF releases research on feasibility of National Examination for Grade 9 maths

The South African Mathematics Foundation has released a report on some issues surrounding learner performance in the Grade 9 Annual National Assessment for mathematics in South Africa...

8 Dec 2014 09:30

Air Traffic and Navigation Services donates libraries to rural schools
Air Traffic and Navigation Services donates libraries to rural schools

Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) recently donated a library to Ineeleng Primary School in the Northern Cape, including a trained librarian and approximately 1,000 books...

8 Dec 2014 08:20

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