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Unisa's Graduate School of Business Leadership to urge entrepreneur-driven innovation at Research and Innovation Day 2015 - UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership   (SBL)
Unisa's Graduate School of Business Leadership to urge entrepreneur-driven innovation at Research and Innovation Day 2015

The Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) will produce an innovation hat-trick as it hosts its third Research and Innovation Day as part of the University of South Africa's (Unisa) fourth annual Research and Innovation Week.

Issued by UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 3 Mar 2015 10:03

Strike at Eastcape Midlands College: union calls in the big guns
Strike at Eastcape Midlands College: union calls in the big guns

Eastcape Midlands College's striking workers are bringing in the big guns in a last-ditch attempt to put an end to the six-week strike that has turned ugly, with the homes of non-striking staff damaged.

3 Mar 2015 09:45

Turned away from university? Here are your options - Oxbridge Academy
Turned away from university? Here are your options

"The future of our youth does not only lie in going to university, or in going to university the first time you finish matric." - Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande

Issued by Oxbridge Academy 2 Mar 2015 14:13

Construction Economics Certificate Ceremony - Continuing Education - University of Pretoria
Construction Economics Certificate Ceremony

Delegates who successfully completed the course in Construction Economics attended their Certificate Ceremony at the Musaion on the University of Pretoria's Hatfield Campus on 2 February 2015. The delegates were received by CE at UP staff and congratulated with a formal certificate handover that was attended by the CEO as well as General Manager of CE at UP, respectively, Deon Herbst and Hermien Dorfling.

Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 2 Mar 2015 13:45

Development cycling: 171 learners get a push start
Development cycling: 171 learners get a push start

Earlier today, The Sports Trust in association with Nedbank and the Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS) handed over cycling equipment and kit to the schools participating in this year's Cape Argus PnP Momentum Cycle Tour...

27 Feb 2015 15:40

First-year commerce students invest in an early start to their careers - Continuing Education - University of Pretoria
First-year commerce students invest in an early start to their careers

Shortly after receiving their matric results only a week before, more than 100 first-year students at the University of Pretoria kicked-off their BCom degrees with an early start on 12 January 2015.

Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 27 Feb 2015 14:22

Mysmartkid donates Smart-Kids books to Khayelitsha tutoring project
Mysmartkid donates Smart-Kids books to Khayelitsha tutoring project

Mysmartkid has donated a selection of Pearson Smart-Kids books to Home from Home in support of its pilot one-on-one tutoring project in Khayelitsha.

27 Feb 2015 12:17

Suzuki Auto SA funds building of two classrooms at Bulugha Primary
Suzuki Auto SA funds building of two classrooms at Bulugha Primary

In recognising the plight of Bulugha Primary School, Suzuki Auto SA has funded the construction of two additional classrooms in conjunction with its advertising agency Penquin and Bottles 2 Build Schools, an initiative aimed at addressing the shortage of classrooms on a national level.

27 Feb 2015 12:00

Education ignites opportunity for young South Africans - TSiBA Education
Education ignites opportunity for young South Africans

The harsh reality is that in South Africa not everyone can afford tertiary study due to socio-economic constraints as well as low standards of basic education.

Issued by TSiBA Education 26 Feb 2015 14:35

Turnkey operations key to empowerment of entrepreneurs and SMMEs in South Africa - Regent Business School
Turnkey operations key to empowerment of entrepreneurs and SMMEs in South Africa

The South African economy is facing some very difficult times, both locally and internationally. This statement distils widespread concerns for the future of the country and all those who live in it. The process of globalisation has unleashed changes that have affected almost every country in the world and the recent financial crisis of 2008 has further exacerbated the situation.

Issued by Regent Business School 26 Feb 2015 14:14

Basic education to receive over R600bn
Basic education to receive over R600bn

Over R600 billion will be allocated to basic education over the course of the next three years, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said on Wednesday...

26 Feb 2015 10:20

Universities get bulk of higher education spending
Universities get bulk of higher education spending

Transfers to universities for subsidies and infrastructure make up 42% of the R200bn allocated to post-school education and training in the medium term‚ said the Treasury in its 2015-16 Budget Review.

By Paul Vecchiatto 26 Feb 2015 09:30

Rhodes' vice-chancellor to lead by example
Rhodes' vice-chancellor to lead by example

Rhodes University is counting the days until Friday's historic inauguration of its first black African vice-chancellor since its doors opened 110 years ago.

26 Feb 2015 09:15