Port Elizabeth independent school Ed-U-College will learn its fate on Monday, 22 December, when the Port Elizabeth High Court is expected to make an order in its urgent application to prevent its eviction from two Transnet- owned buildings.
By Lee-Anne Butler 19 Dec 2014 15:00
AFDA, the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance, is opening its fourth campus in Port Elizabeth in 2015. Its other campuses are in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
19 Dec 2014 12:30
Digital citizenship is a term that's commonly used in today's educational system. When students use the internet regularly and effectively, they can develop multiple skills and improve their base of knowledge. Not all professors are keen on implementing digital strategies, but even the most obstinate educators must admit that the level of student engagement is positively affected when technology becomes an integrated part of their learning habits.
By Robert Morris 18 Dec 2014 11:00
The Sunday Times and Pick n Pay (PnP) are opening a competition where they will be giving away R1 million worth of school fee prizes.
18 Dec 2014 10:00
NEWSWATCH: SABC chair Ellen Tshabalala, found guilty of misconduct and lying, has finally resigned from her position... (videos)
18 Dec 2014 06:31
Graça Machel, Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, has called on graduates in the School of Education, capped on Reconciliation Day, to address the many problems within the national education system and to help equip the younger generation to prepare for the complex challenges of the 20th century. She also called on graduates in the Social Development Department to help bridge the divisions in our society.
17 Dec 2014 13:00
As companies transform themselves to remain locally and globally relevant in a tough economic climate, the workplace has grown into a pressurised and competitive environment where continuous learning is important to guarantee future career opportunities. Within these conditions, leadership becomes a vital quality that enables people to not only differentiate themselves from others but to add value to their work contributions, says Dr Renosi Mokate, Executive Director and CEO of the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL).
Issued by UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 15 Dec 2014 10:49
"When people are more educated and feel that they have more sense of self-worth and more value in terms of what's inside them, they just naturally treat each other better. I think that kind of self-worth does lead to happiness, I don't think it's the only thing that creates happiness, but it definitely is a factor in societal happiness, on all metrics." - Taddy Blecher.
15 Dec 2014 10:28
Gavin Davis, the DA's Shadow Minister of Communications, says Jacob Zuma needs to suspend Ellen Tshabalala immediately...
15 Dec 2014 09:07