The Wavescape Festival in Cape Town, an ocean-minded event, included film screenings, art exhibitions, ocean talks, filmmaking workshops and a charity auction. A record R328,000 was raised and will be making its way to four important ocean causes.
FutureMe held their first World of Work (WoW) festival on 25 November at Christel House School in Cape Town. The social enterprise, aimed at addressing the youth unemployment crisis in South Africa, introduced the festival as an interactive event for learners and employers to gain first-hand exposure to a vast array of careers and employers.
Pioneering tech institution, WeThinkCode, officially opened their campus doors on 4 May 2016 to students eager to become software engineers and announced the 120 coders from across South Africa that have been enlisted to complete their two-year course.
Award-winning brand experience agency VWV Group, known for its ability to deliver highly impactful events and campaigns that change perceptions and inspire action, recently launched an innovative CSI programme aimed at developing vital on-the-job skills to empower young women entering the marketing sector workplace.
Northlink College, one of the biggest public FET Colleges in the country, continued with its 10th anniversary celebrations by inviting local businesses, which have supported them over the past decade, to a business breakfast during October 2012.
During September the celebrations of Northlink College's 10th anniversary continued with a special VIP function, which was held at the Bellville Civic Theatre for a selected group of industry and other stakeholders to say "thank you" for their support during the past decade.
On day two of the Cavendish Square LIFTED school arts project in association with Plascon, Grade 7 Learners from Bishops and Rustenburg worked alongside one another to create highly individual artworks.
More than 12,800 entries were received from over 350 schools for the second round of the Computer Applications Olympiad, an initiative that seeks to nurture and reward computer application skills in High School students.