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eLearning Africa 2015 calls leaders to "leapfrog the shackles of convention"
eLearning Africa 2015 calls leaders to "leapfrog the shackles of convention"

eLearning Africa will celebrate its tenth anniversary next month in Addis Ababa with a typically diverse and challenging agenda focusing on how technology and learning are changing the African continent...

24 Apr 2015 13:40

Investec hands over youth centre to Westbury community
Investec hands over youth centre to Westbury community

In partnership with NGO Khulisa Social Solutions, Investec handed over Westbury Youth Centre to the Johannesburg community on Wednesday...

24 Apr 2015 12:00

UCT offers first mid-year intake of students through GetSmarter
UCT offers first mid-year intake of students through GetSmarter

The University of Cape Town, through its "Across Africa" partnership with GetSmarter, today announced the launch of a mid-year intake of students for its Advanced Diploma in Business Project Management, starting June 2015...

23 Apr 2015 14:00

The Barn Khayelitsha launches e-commerce course
The Barn Khayelitsha launches e-commerce course

The Barn Khayelitsha supports local entrepreneurs through its community-based incubator and aims to address the community-specific challenges that entrepreneurs are facing by providing business development skills tailor-made for them.

23 Apr 2015 08:02

Computer students hit right keys to kindness
Computer students hit right keys to kindness

A video showing a group of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University students performing acts of kindness to make other students' days has taken social media by storm, with people challenged to do the same in their areas...

By Deneesha Pillay 22 Apr 2015 14:25

1965Ride raises funds for disadvantaged learners
1965Ride raises funds for disadvantaged learners

The 1965Ride culminated in Queenstown after seventeen cyclists left Heidelberg, Gauteng on 8 April and covered a distance spanning some 850 kilometres in nine days...

22 Apr 2015 12:00

Black studies for UCT
Black studies for UCT

Curricular change could prove the most contentious element of UCT's transformation in the wake of recent protests on the campus...

22 Apr 2015 09:30

Registration opens for 2016 academic year
Registration opens for 2016 academic year

PRETORIA: Hundreds of parents braved the chilly morning to be the first in line at schools around Gauteng to book a space for their children at schools close to their residential areas and places of work for the 2016 academic year...

By More Matshediso 22 Apr 2015 08:50

Learners warned against attacking foreign nationals

The Department of Basic Education has warned learners not to involve themselves in looting and attacking of foreign nationals...

22 Apr 2015 07:24

Education Dialogue SA follows up on proposals to upgrade basic education
Education Dialogue SA follows up on proposals to upgrade basic education

The Education Dialogue SA has come up with several concrete proposals to upgrade basic education and is currently seeking ministerial and cabinet approval...

21 Apr 2015 16:00

Student wellness programme launched in Ulundi
Student wellness programme launched in Ulundi

PRETORIA: Over 4,000 students at Mthashana Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College in Ulundi are set to benefit from a general health and wellness programme...

21 Apr 2015 12:40

National Youth Development Agency invests in skills development and legal compliance in the workplace - Continuing Education - University of Pretoria
National Youth Development Agency invests in skills development and legal compliance in the workplace

"As a result of a management meeting [of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA)], as a collective we realised the need to have some sort of training in disciplinary enquiries. Our HR department did the necessary research and found [the course in Disciplinary Enquiries at the Workplace] to be the most relevant."

Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 21 Apr 2015 10:52

Unique skills programme jumpstarts careers for unemployed youth - TSiBA Education
Unique skills programme jumpstarts careers for unemployed youth

So many highly qualified South African youth struggle to get jobs after graduation, or move up the corporate ladder. This is often due to a lack of the vital soft skills key to survival in today's competitive marketplace - attributes which may be neglected by South African universities.

Issued by TSiBA Education 21 Apr 2015 10:19