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Gizelle McIntyre
The importance of educated training choices

Building a career path isn't quite as easy as enrolling at university, completing a course and seeking employment. Before applying to university, college or enrolling in a short course there are many decisions that need to be made and circumstances to consider. This can be an overwhelming experience, and the confusion about what education really is exacerbates the situation.

By Gizelle McIntyre 28 Nov 2014 15:05

Academy for African Filmmakers to mentor young African talent
Academy for African Filmmakers to mentor young African talent

The Academy for African Filmmakers (AAF) is a new initiative by Unilever and MOFILM to help young African talent develop their storytelling and pitching skills while working on real live Unilever briefs with the possibility of having their work broadcast.

27 Nov 2014 16:15

Val Bourdos Nichas
Leadership skills should remain fine-tuned

Educating management or leadership is an ongoing process that requires formal interventions as well as valuable development through mere experience and years of trial and error.

By Val Bourdos Nichas 27 Nov 2014 14:09

Wits partners with major international MOOC provider
Wits partners with major international MOOC provider

The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) has announced its partnership with edX, a non-profit online learning platform founded by Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to offer massive open online courses (MOOCs), marking the first collaboration between a major international MOOC provider and an African university.

26 Nov 2014 15:00

Nedbank's Talks4Success wins Biggest Social Conscience Award
Nedbank's Talks4Success wins Biggest Social Conscience Award

The Biggest Social Conscience Award went to Nedbank's Talks4Success initiative at the 5th Annual Student Village Makoya Youth Awards earlier this month in Illovo, Johannesburg.

26 Nov 2014 11:45

Graduates entering SA workforce are optimistic
Graduates entering SA workforce are optimistic

A recent study has revealed an optimistic outlook by South African students about to enter the workforce after completing their studies.

25 Nov 2014 15:10

Deputy Minister and Dignity Dreams #unite4mandela in support of schoolgirls' education
Deputy Minister and Dignity Dreams #unite4mandela in support of schoolgirls' education

Many young girls stay away from school during their menstrual cycle as they are unable to afford sanitary towels. Hence, the office of the Deputy Minister has partnered with Dignity Dreams, an NGO that's making a huge difference in the day-to-day lives of South Africa's schoolgirls by providing reusable sanitary towels that can be used for four years.

24 Nov 2014 11:15