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Toyota donation equips young entrepreneurs
Toyota donation equips young entrepreneurs

A donation by Toyota South Africa has enabled the Afrikaans Institute of Commerce (AHi) to train approximately 350 students as part of their entrepreneurial development course.

29 Aug 2014 09:10

MEC claims a "school a week" will be opened in Gauteng
MEC claims a "school a week" will be opened in Gauteng

Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, has announced that from next month his department will open a new school every week, until the end of the year.

29 Aug 2014 08:08

Ian Henderson
Bilingual universities the only way to promote diversity

The language debate rages on in tertiary education. The latest from the desk of the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, is the pronouncement that South Africa no longer has (or should have) Afrikaans, Zulu or Tswana universities - only South African ones.

By Ian Henderson 28 Aug 2014 14:33

UCT to develop future leaders with multi-million rand MasterCard project
UCT to develop future leaders with multi-million rand MasterCard project

The University of Cape Town has entered a R252-million partnership with the MasterCard Foundation to help counteract the effects of 'brain drain' by developing 300 committed next-generation leaders from economically disadvantaged communities across sub-Saharan Africa.

28 Aug 2014 13:30

Fundza Literacy Trust nominated for Tech Awards
Fundza Literacy Trust nominated for Tech Awards

The Tech Awards has nominated the FunDza Literacy Trust as one of five international finalists for the 'Microsoft Education Award', for providing 50,000 young South Africans with access to reading material on their cellphones.

27 Aug 2014 15:00

AAT(SA) uplifts accounting standards
AAT(SA) uplifts accounting standards

The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) has partnered with the international AAT body to develop AAT(SA), a new locally-based professional body aimed an vastly improving the standards of accounting where the rubber hits the road - at the mid- and junior-tiers of both government and private enterprise.

27 Aug 2014 10:50

Emirates to hold assessment day for potential cabin crew
Emirates to hold assessment day for potential cabin crew

Emirates will be holding its Cabin Crew Assessment Day on 27 September 2014 in Cape Town.

26 Aug 2014 17:10

BYM summit to bring Africa's 100 brightest young minds together
BYM summit to bring Africa's 100 brightest young minds together

Recognised as an official World Design Capital (WDC) Cape Town project, the 14th annual Brightest Young Minds (BYM) summit sponsored by Barclays Africa is playing host to 100 of Africa's most innovative 20 to 32 year olds in Johannesburg from 29 August till 2 September. This year's theme is Impact by Design.

26 Aug 2014 13:45

IT company helps graduates to become productive employees
IT company helps graduates to become productive employees

Durban-based IT company, 2Cana Solutions has a high demand for talented IT professionals and has a unique formula to deliver results and assist graduates to cross the bridge between graduation and productive employee.

25 Aug 2014 12:44

Foreign teachers to help with maths, science education
Foreign teachers to help with maths, science education

Foreign teachers who specialise in crucial subjects such as mathematics are helping alleviate the critical skills shortage in South Africa.

25 Aug 2014 11:58

FSDEA launches scholarship programme
FSDEA launches scholarship programme

The Fundo Soberano de Angola (FSDEA) recently announced the launch of its scholarship programme, 'Future Leaders of Angola' - an initiative to empower young people to lead development in building up the economic empowerment and capacity of a new workforce in Angola and Africa.

25 Aug 2014 11:30

Mud schools: SAHRC report dismissed as "misleading"
Mud schools: SAHRC report dismissed as "misleading"

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has dismissed a report that says it will take at least nine years to eradicate mud schools in the country as 'inaccurate, misleading and unhelpful".

25 Aug 2014 07:19