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State welches on Wits

Wits University has increased its fees by 8% because it had been left in the lurch by the government, which had short-changed it by R54-million...

By Jan Bornman and Shenaaz Jamal 1 hour ago

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 hour ago

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 3 days ago

Seeking solutions on medical aid requirements for foreign students

Stakeholders met to discuss a solution to the visa restrictions on foreign students, which requires them to be members of a South African medical aid...

2 Dec 2016

Educor goes online!

In an exciting new announcement by Educor Holdings, CityVarsity, the renowned school of media and creative arts, has taken learning online and is available to anyone around the globe with computer and internet access...

Issued by CityVarsity 2 Dec 2016

AfriForum, varsity wait for ruling

Afrikaner rights group AfriForum has been accused of ignoring the rights of others in its charge to stop the resolution of the University of Pretoria to drop Afrikaans as a medium of instruction...

3 days ago

No certificates for unaccredited schools

Umalusi has taken a decision not to issue certificates to learners who are enrolled at independent schools that are not accredited by the council...

3 days ago

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

What's trending in BizTrends2017?

Not only are Bizcommunity's BizTrends reports a respected resource for local and global audiences on par with leading research organisations, but they also enjoy above-average engagement...

Issued by 1 Dec 2016

Too few female profs

The dearth of senior women academics is forcing universities to poach from each other, leading to some of them becoming inadequately resourced...

1 Dec 2016

Inscape scholarship beneficiaries for 2017 announced

The Inscape Scholarship programme was established in 2014 and to date the institution has awarded scholarships to the value of R4.6m and currently assists 36 students who are active in the programme...

Issued by Inscape Education Group 1 Dec 2016

Systems in place to ensure smooth 2017 varsity registration

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande says a lot of ground work has been done to ensure a seamless registration period for the 2017 academic year...

1 Dec 2016

Teen girls' satellite to the rescue

Fourteen Western Cape schoolgirls are reaching for the stars by designing and building a satellite...

30 Nov 2016

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

Learners travel around the world with Skype-a-Thon

Educators around the world are invited to participate in Microsoft's annual two-day Skype-a-Thon, where thousands of students will attempt to travel around 4.8 million virtual kilometers...

29 Nov 2016

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

Oxford University, FirstRand Foundation partner in postgrad scholarship opportunity

The FirstRand Foundation, in partnership with the African Studies Centre at Oxford University, will enable an outstanding South African student to undertake postgraduate study at the prestigious university...

28 Nov 2016

Winners of 2017 Maskew Miller Longman Literature Awards

Now in its 10th year, the annual Maskew Miller Longman (MML) Literature Awards rewards authors who have submitted original unpublished works in mother-tongue languages...

28 Nov 2016

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

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