The University of the Witwatersrand has approved the plan of the School of Law to discontinue the undergraduate Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) and to introduce the LLB postgraduate programme.
18 Apr 2014 14:42
The South African offices of global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright have been accredited as solicitor training establishments by the English Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). The appointment allows the three national offices to train English law graduates to become English qualified solicitors in South Africa.
17 Apr 2014 11:25
With tourism and hospitality one of the fastest growing sectors in South Africa, contributing billions annually to the economy, young people are increasingly attracted to the idea of living the dream by choosing a career in the industry, believing that it will be a life filled with travel and glamour, with only an occasional interruption in the way of "real work".
17 Apr 2014 10:48
Kate Liquorish and Tony Bonani Miyambo clinched the 2014 Brett Goldin Bursary awards at an event held at the Market Theatre, Johannesburg, recently - days before the eighth anniversary of the young actor's brutal murder over the Easter weekend in 2006.
17 Apr 2014 10:36
If you are in charge of planning an important corporate conference, you want to make sure that your company shines in all its glory. Whether the event lasts for just several hours, a standard business day, or spans several days, you want it to go smoothly.
By Peter Davidson 17 Apr 2014 10:06
The four-year under-graduate law degree aimed at transforming the legal profession is to be scrapped at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits).
17 Apr 2014 08:44
Many South Africans have the ambitions to improve their lives through a tertiary education, yet for many the financial means to do so often results in those dreams never being realised. Two students from the City of Gold, were given a golden opportunity to bring their ambitions to life after being awarded a R38,000 study bursary each.
16 Apr 2014 13:58
In 2013, one year after the appointment of a new director for research and innovation, Regent Business School's management and academic staff were bombarded with robust argument regarding the integrity and relevance of the institution's academic curriculum, specific to the issue of sustainability.
By Ahmed Shaikh and Mark Hay 15 Apr 2014 15:14
The first intake of provincial government-launched commercial jewellery design programme Design @ 50 have recently received their certificates. Design @ 50 is for candidates with a background in jewellery design and manufacturing, and is aimed at improving the commercial jewellery design capacity within Gauteng. It forms a cornerstone of the Jewellery Manufacturing Precinct Industrial Development Zone (IDZ), an initiative of the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA).
15 Apr 2014 13:54
Jay Naidoo, former cabinet minister and current chairperson of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (Gain) will deliver the annual Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert honorary lecture in Stellenbosch on 16 April 2014 at 5:45pm.
15 Apr 2014 13:43
In an effort to alleviate the skills shortage in the building industry and engineering fields, Labori High School, the only school in Paarl and one of very few in the country to offer the full technical as well as academic portfolio, is working together with the private sector to prepare its learners for the world of work.
15 Apr 2014 13:20
Pinnacle Holdings, the ICT Group, has launched a skills programme for its staff earlier this year. The skills programme aims to develop specific skills within Pinnacle Holdings' subsidiaries AxizWorkgroup and Pinnacle Africa.
15 Apr 2014 11:06
Johnny Clegg and the Henley Business School are offering a scholarship in the business school's recently launched MBA in the Music & Creative Industries.
14 Apr 2014 13:45
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