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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...

23 hours ago

Millennials demand a new approach in pharmaceutical training

For a sustainable patient-based healthcare system, the approach to pharmaceutical education needs to change to meet the thinking and behavioural patterns of the millennial generation...

19 hours ago

Universities and students are the biggest winners in Pravin Gordhan's medium-term budget

Universities and students will receive an additional R17bn over the next three years, making them the biggest winner in Wednesday's medium-term budget policy statement...

By Carol Paton 15 hours ago

'Bloated education system too expensive'

South Africa is not prioritising education, resulting in the university crisis that has seen disruptions on campuses across the country for more than a month, Statistician-General Pali Lehohla said...

18 hours ago

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...

1 day ago

Somerset Lakes to offer free private schooling

Somerset Lakes lifestyle estate, located in Somerset West, Cape Town, plans to offer free private schooling at Reddam House Somerset with each property purchased from the developer from October 2016...

1 day ago

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...

2 days ago

Who are SA's Top 100 graduates?

South Africa's Top 100 university students have been chosen in the 2016 GradStar Awards...

21 Oct 2016

#FeesMustFall: Business calls for a good, hard look at the skills the country really needs

Can we justify free tertiary education, when there's a greater need for a robust social security system? Does SA need more poets and politicians, when artisans are what will grow the economy?...

By Ryan Ravens 21 Oct 2016

Hortgro invests millions in budding agriculturalists

Hortgro invested R2.5m in bursaries and the development of students for 2016. Over the past 10 years, Hortgro has spent R20m on bursaries as an investment in budding agriculturalists...

21 Oct 2016

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

CityVarsity Braamfontein students to feature 'In Reel Life'

Zoom in on the action as CityVarsity Braamfontein hosts its first annual film festival on 22 October at the Bioscope Independent Cinema at Maboneng Precinct...

Issued by CityVarsity 21 Oct 2016

UWC closes its doors for the year

The University of the Western Cape became the first university in the country to close its doors for the rest of the year...

By Aron Hyman and Shenaaz Jamal 20 Oct 2016

'Free education impossible for now'

The state was not a "free for all", said MPs arguing against free higher education. They said it was not practical, too costly and would eat up at least a quarter of the country's gross domestic product if it were implemented.

By Babalo Ndenze, Aron Hyman and Neo Goba 20 Oct 2016

Innovative Maths and Science school programme launches in EC

The Zenex Foundation, in partnership with the Eastern Cape Department of Education, launched an innovative Maths and Science project on Tuesday, 18 October 2016...

20 Oct 2016

Stephen Hawking opens British artificial intelligence hub

CAMBRIDGE, UK: Professor Stephen Hawking on Wednesday opened a new artificial intelligence research centre at Britain's Cambridge University...

20 Oct 2016

iKhusi Project bags Curro interschool entrepreneurship competition

To foster an entrepreneurial spirit among their learners, Curro held the final round of their inaugural national interschool Entrepreneurship Competition in Kempton Park last week...

19 Oct 2016

Could MOOCs be the answer to free education?

In a world where technology is changing every aspect of our lives, would it not be viable to experiment with the use of Massive Open Online Courses in achieving universal low cost tertiary education...?

By Mauritz Venter 18 Oct 2016

GIBS climbs 13 places in UK Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking

The UK Financial Times has again placed University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) in pole position...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 18 Oct 2016

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